Property ID: 5175
Address: 1601 S. Atlantic Ave. New Smyrna Beach FL 32169 USA
The resort features comfortably appointed studio and one-bedroom units, many with balconies overlooking miles of beaches along the Atlantic. Spend a day at the Daytona Raceway or enjoy the numerous other central Florida attractions located one and a half hours away. Return to relax with a swim in a year-round heated pool or enjoy the warm, bubbly spa.
Game room (Onsite)
Jacuzzi/Hot tub (Onsite)
Laundry facilities (Onsite)
Medical facility (2 Miles)
Onsite - Swimming pool - children's (Yes)
Swimming pool (Onsite)
Boating (2 Miles)
Golf (2 Miles)
Tennis (1 Miles)
Daytona Beach, FL - DAB (18 Miles)
The nearest major airport is 18 miles away in Daytona Beach. From the airport, go west to I-95, south 14 miles to Highway 44 and then east six miles to the resort. The Orlando International Airport is approximately 60 miles away. From the airport, follow the signs to 528 East/Beeline Expressway. Follow 528 East (toll road) to I-95 North. Follow I-95 North to Highway 44 East/New Smyrna Beach Exit. Take Highway 44 East to A1A. Turn south on A1A and follow to the resort.
Check In: 16:00
Check Out: 10:00
Weeks Check In Days: Saturday, Friday
Fee for all units (per stay): Housekeeping fee for all RCI points reservations: There may be a fee of 40.00 U.S. dollars for all units, per stay. Cash or Credit is accepted.
Minimum age check-in is 21.
No Pets. Please contact the resort directly regarding its ADA/general service animal policy.
Resort cannot honor unit upgrades or moves.
Prior to travel, RCI recommends contacting your host resort as well as local, state and federal websites for advisories that may impact your travel or vacation experience.
Occupancy limits are strictly enforced: Violations could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
Unit confirmed will be unit occupied. No Exceptions.
From May first of each year, blinds on the windows must be closed from sunset to sunrise for the protection of the nesting sea turtles. No lights are to be seen from the beach. This is to comply with the Federal Endangered Species Act.