Property ID: 2855
Address: 2525 S. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach Shores FL 32118 USA
The beachfront location of the Perennial Vacation Club at Daytona Beach and its central location near the area's many attractions make this an ideal place to stay year round. There are plenty of chairs, barbeque grills and tables to enjoy a picnic near the beautiful pool and great background scenery. Expect loads of family fun in the sun with 23 miles of white sandy beach right outside your door. And even when the temperature goes down a notch or two, the heated pool can put you back in the swim of things.
Car Rental (8 Miles)
Laundry facilities (Onsite)
Medical facility (6 Miles)
Swimming pool (Onsite)
Boating (5 Miles)
Entertainment / Nightlife (1 Miles)
Fishing (5 Miles)
Golf (10 Miles)
Shopping (2 Miles)
Tennis (2 Miles)
The studio units sleep 4 people. The 2-bedroom unit sleeps 6 and the 3-bedroom unit sleeps 8. The units have been recently renovated and the staff work hard to keep them neat and clean. Even on the hottest days, the air-conditioned units are pleasant place to nap before going out on the town. The tropical dÃ©cor makes every day seem sunny and bright. All units have full kitchen and even if you choose not to cook while you're away, the microwave will come in handy for warming up leftovers or heating snacks.
Daytona Beach, FL - DAB (8 Miles)
The nearest major airport is Daytona International,8 miles away. Take Hwy 92 east to A1A. Turn right on A1A (South Atlantic Ave) and continue 3 miles to Perennial Vacation Club on the left. The Orlando International Airport is 53 miles away. Take the Beeline Expressway (Hwy 528) west to I-4. Travel east to Hwy 92. Turn right on A1A (South Atlantic Ave) and continue approximately 3 miles until you reach Perennial Vacation Club at Daytona on the left side. *FORMERLY WORLD CLASS RESORTS/DAYTONA*
Check In: 16:00
Check Out: 10:00
Weeks Check In Days: Saturday
Limited parking onsite
No smoking in units: could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
May first through November first Endangered Species Act requires all window blinds to be drawn sunset to sunrise, violations can result up to a $250 fine.