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Located in Daytona Beach (Seabreeze Park), Cove Motel Oceanfront is steps from Beach at Daytona Beach and a 3-minute drive from Daytona Beach Bandshell. This beach motel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Daytona Beach Boardwalk and 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Ocean Center. Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. Additional amenities at this motel include complimentary wireless Internet access, a picnic area, and barbecue grills. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry faciliti...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilitiesOutdoor Pool
Reviewed 24 november, 2021
desk clerk was not helpful after check in no heat given a small space heater heat not available unless 50 degrees or below used oven to heat bathroom to take showers was going to leave tip for room cleaner key didnt work to get back in ask day manager about it, "she wasnt maid so didnt matter. only saw maid 1 time in 4 days. not going to this place again do not recommend. will be getting in touch with booking.com booked oceanview room view was of 2 parking lots.
Great Views and Great Beach Access for a Great Price !!!
Reviewed 8 august, 2021
Great place to stay for an affordable price and wonderful beach view and access. It’s an older motel, but they do their best to keep it clean and I was more impressed than I expected given it’s age. I’d definitely stay here again !!! There is a Publix, Dollar Tree, Seafood restaurant and Bealls all in a shopping plaza about a mile down the strip. We cooked twice and that really saved us money especially with COVID we are trying to cut down on eating out. Y’all have to try Bethune Grill .. honey wings are out of sight. It was quiet at night everyone rested since a lot of family’s were there with kids so it was peaceful and quiet for a Saturday night.
CUTE & COZY
Reviewed 2 june, 2021
Perfect location directly on the beach. Kevin at the front desk was always super helpful up to and during my stay. He gave wonderful suggestions for places to eat. We would've had NO idea that we could walk right next door to the other hotel and eat breakfast or lunch in their little cafe for a very reasonable price. The Cove doesn't provide breakfast but has a full kitchen set up with everything except the food to prepare meals. The pool was so relaxing - there is no hot tub - but that's ok. There's 2 charcoal grills for anyone's use also. I will definitely stay here again.
Reviewed 7 april, 2021
This hotel is nestled is great location right on the beach with easy access. The road entrance next to the parking lot takes you right down to the beach (no public vehicle access at that point, you have enter vehicles a mile down the road). The motel itself is old and dingy which is what you would expect from budget friendly lodging in Daytona. But none the less we were there to for the beach not the motel. My friend and I took a mom and kids trip. No dads around as they were off with more important rolls ( military and engineer medic) but we didn’t have to worry as the ever so heroic manager/owner stood over our shoulders and took on the masculine roll. He was sure to point out every wrong breath we took as us moms didn’t seem to know how to watch over the kids who were ever so excited about a beach trip for spring break. When you are dealing with kids 1-11 who doesn’t LOVE a micromanager, right? Anyway, it’s was an eye roll but again beaches not motel. Our room was “pool view)” but it was more like parking lot view but easy pool access just a few feet away. We did have a full room with the kids but the rooms were large enough and accommodating. However, upon evening we were shocked to find that we weren’t the only tenants who had access to our room! As a native Floridian I am never less that terrified when I come across a palmetto bug, you know those giant cockroaches that cause mass hysteria and make people want to burn their house down? Don’t worry, I didn’t burn down the hotel, it’s still standing. But we did have to go on a mass hunt throughout our room as they crept down the walls and on ceilings at bedtime. One was squashed into the pillow with its guts splattered but it was still moving. I had no choose but to through the entire pillow outside (this is important for later). One was hovering the freshly opened Oreos that were placed on top of the fridge but with my swift moves I was able to smash him with a sandal before he contaminated our cookies. Finally got the kids settled but the hunt wasn’t over. I took first watch that night and scanned the room often to find more. Eventually my exhaustion caught up and I dozed off. Morning came and it was a new day. I was excited about the kitchenette which means we can cook, right? Except 2 if the 4 burners didn’t work at all, one would shock you every time you turned it on (that’s one way to wake up) electric currently zap right though your body as you making eggs. Anyhow, one burner actually did work correctly. I wouldn’t recommend using the stove as I’m sure it’s a wiring issue and a fire hazard. But we were in survival mode as we had hungry kids to feed. Also note that although there is an ice bucket in the room, the hotel does not have ice. But Publix is close by so bring your own! Just don’t bring food you have to cook.... and for future reference papa John’s is quick to deliver and restaurants are near by. At last though, day 2 was spend nearly entirely in the beach so no micromanager, no roaches, and thus no problems. Night 2 wasn’t as eventful as night one mostly because of the mixture of sun and the couple of beers I had, I was too tired to chase off the roaches and just wanted the night to hurry by so we could check out in the morning. After packing, cleaning up, bagging trash, wiping down the table and kitchenette, gathering towels in a pile, we remembered the pillow, we did remove the pillow cause and used it to wipe up a spill on the floor. I mean it had roach guts on it so what did matter about a beverage spill. Anyhow we didn’t pay attention much but the room over all looked good. Even after a last scan under the beds we did notice a couple dead roaches, ekk!Couple of spots on the bed from food but nothing unwashable. Finally putting our hotel experience behind up when we were slapped with a $150 charge for destruction of property. Why you ask? Apparently they don’t know how to wash sheets. I would expect being a hotel they would have access and knowledge of proper washing techniques and especially in a time of Covid. If you can’t wash out food/beverage then I can’t imagine your washing out germs properly. It’s insane to be that a hotel cannot offer cleaning services during your stay (Covid-understandable) but refuses to offer cleaning supplies then charges you for making it dirty. Mind you they also had a notice at the front desk that they are short staffed for cleaning soooo there was our warning. Attached are the pictures of our destruction
Everything you need at a good price
Reviewed 30 september, 2020
We had a wonderful time. The Cove offers easy access to the beach, a heated pool, and there was hardly anyone around during our stay. We had the beach to ourselves! We made 1 quick trip to the Publix right down the road to grab some groceries and cooked in the room to save money. We had a wonderful time!