A Virtual Tour of the Sights and Sounds of Daytona Beach
Home to world-famous beaches, the iconic spectacle of the Daytona 500, and a myriad of popular attractions, Daytona Beach is the ideal destination for an unforgettable getaway to Florida's Atlantic coast. While traveling might not be on your mind at the moment, we're pretty sure a break from the routine would be more than welcome while you're staying at home and practicing social distancing. Even if you can't visit right now, making plans for your next trip can be a fun experience too! And if you're looking for some inspiration, here's a virtual experience that's sure to keep you entertained as you check out the sights and sounds of Daytona Beach from the comfort of your couch.
McCoy's Rum Room
Home to the largest rum collection in Volusia County paying homage to native rumrunner Bill McCoy, McCoy's Rum Room has a lively tropical atmosphere with live entertainment that will transport you to the ultimate island lifestyle.
Coquina Ballroom & Coquina Foyer
View the Atlantic from Coquina Foyer and make your grand entrance into the ballroom. Picture your next event in this stunning ballroom with 20 foot ceilings and chic chandeliers.
See the vivid colors of the Atlantic Ocean from overhead and explore over 23 miles of pristine beaches.
Start planning your next event in this intimate space surrounded by panoramic views of the Atlantic.
Don Rico's Sports Bar & Grill
Stop by for a fresh margarita and housemade tacos in this casual dining room or catch your favorite game on one of our large screen TVs.
Atlantic Deli & Marketplace
Rise and grind with freshly brewed Starbuck's coffee, breakfast & lunch favorites and local pastries.
Doc Bales' Grill
All-you-can-eat shrimp and prime rib brunch, washed down with ocean views. It's no wonder Doc Bales' Grill is one of Southern Living's best Florida restaurants with a water view.
Daytona International Speedway
With a storied past going all the way back to 1953, the Daytona International Speedway is one of the most iconic motorsports venues in the world. Every year, the race track hosts the Daytona 500, the most prestigious race in the NASCAR season. Imagine getting a front-row seat for this spectacle of speed and nail-biting action with a virtual visit to the starting line.
Ponce Inlet Lighthouse
Enjoy a bird's-eye view of the city from atop the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse. Located a few short miles south of Daytona Beach, this historic landmark is known for its place in the early days of automobile and motorcycle racing on the nearby beach. Get a unique perspective with a virtual tour of the lighthouse and museum, and catch a glimpse of yesteryear.
Daytona Beach Bandshell
Built in 1937, this charming amphitheater overlooks the Atlantic Ocean from its prime location in Oceanfront Park on the north end of the Boardwalk amusement area. Every year, this popular event venue hosts live concerts that cover the entire spectrum of music, from jazz and folk to rhythm and blues, tribute bands, and contemporary music. Find yourself at this one-of-kind venue, with the city on one side and the ocean on the other.
Check out the picturesque fairways and lush surroundings of the LPGA International or zoom in for a closer look at the 18th green and clubhouse. With 36 holes of world-class golf designed by Arthur Hills and Rees Jones, this is the premier golf club of Daytona Beach and a favorite among golf enthusiasts of all skill levels.
If all the time spent indoors is starting to get a bit too mundane, maybe what you need is an escape to the great outdoors. Leave the confines of your room behind and immerse yourself in popular scenic spots near our oceanfront hotel, such as Blue Springs State Park and Tomoka State Park.
Let these virtual experiences provide a much-needed departure from the norm and keep the boredom at bay till the time is right for you to visit Daytona Beach.