Daytona condo-hotels are an affordable alternative to expensive oceanfront vacation condos. It is usually a hotel room in a condominium building operated as a hotel. Size may vary from 200 to 800+ sf. Majority of Daytona condo-hotels are studios with a kitchenette, with or without cooktops.

What You Need to Know About Daytona Condo-Hotels

Important reading: What Condo-Hotels Are and What They Are Not

There are 2,448 condo-hotel units in 14 condo-hotel properties in Daytona Beach area.

What are Daytona Condo-Hotels?

Owners pay monthly Association Dues whether they rent their units or not. Association Dues for studios in Daytona Beach area range from $255 a month in Castaways to $633.33 a month in Plaza Resort & Spa. Besides paying monthly Association Dues, owners are responsible for annual Real Property taxes and Special Assessments.

Unit owners are members of the condo-owners Association. They elect The Board of Directors to run the Association. The Board may hire a Community Association Manager or a management company to help them in day-to-day operations. They can also have a rental management company handling rentals, or they may hire a Hotel manager to run the Front Desk.

If you can afford a residential condo, it might be wise to choose it over a condo-hotel.

How Condo-Hotels Operate?

Daytona condo-hotels usually have a rental management company or Association hires a manager, and they are renting the units and takes care of the Hotel part of the business. This is completely separate from the affairs of the Association.

Rental management company splits income from renting the unit according to the agreement they have with participating owners. Majority of condo-hotels in the area split 50/50. The owner is responsible for maintaining the unit in rentable condition.

Ownership

This is not timeshare. You own it. When you hear “condominium”, it means you own your unit PLUS the undivided interest in Common Areas.

How Can I Use a Condo-Hotel?

Daytona condo-hotels are for people, who plan to use the unit part of the time, and rent either themselves or through Front Desk when owners are not using their units.

Pay attention to the use. They are used as hotels, so this is how they are looked at. Condo-hotel units are for short-term rentals. As an owner, you may be limited in the way you can rent it or use it. Some may  prohibit you from renting on your own without utilizing the services of the Front Desk. Also, some may limit your stay to certain number of days a year.

How Can I Not Use a Condo-Hotel?

Daytona Condo-Hotel units with few exceptions can’t be used as primary residence. You can’t live there permanently, you can’t retire there. So, no matter how attractive the price might be, if you are looking for a place to live or even stay longer periods of time, condo-hotels are not for you.

How Much Money Can I Make?

Don’t bet on rental income. The rule of thumb is that in normal economy and normal year your rental income will probably cover your expenses (Association Dues and Taxes). Breaking even is already good, but not guaranteed. In bad economy you might end up being in the red.

And if there are Special Assessments, usually they will put you in the red.

What Are Special Assessments?

Every condo and condo-hotel has a budget. Every time there is an unavoidable expense, which was not budgeted, or the cost exceeds the budget, the shortage will be covered by levying the Special Assessment. It is a way of life in condos and condo-hotels.

If you skipped the info above, please, read about condo-hotels before you look at the listings or start your search, as they are not for everyone.

List of Daytona Area Condo-Hotels with detailed information and properties for sale in each building.

  • Castaways Beach Resort
    156-unit oceanfront condo-hotel in Daytona Beach Shores.
  • Daytona Inn Beach Resort
    152-unit oceanfront condo-hotel in Daytona Beach, offer mix of studios and 1-bdr small condos
  • Daytona Beach Club
    117-unit oceanfront condo-hotel in Daytona Beach, offers covered parking on first level
  • Daytona Beach Resort & Conference Center
    315-unit oceanfront condo-hotel in Daytona Beach, offers parking  in multi-level garage. 3 pools, one indoor pool, conference/convention rooms.
  • Fountain Beach Resort
    148-room condo-hotel in the heart of Daytona’s beachside, walking distance from Main Stree, Ocean Walk Village, all bars and restaurants.
  • Harbour Beach Resort
    141-unit oceanfront 8-story condo-hotel in Daytona Beach. Majority of units are oceanfront.
  • Hawaiian Inn
    208-unit oceanfront condo-hotel in Daytona Beach Shores. Excellent grounds.
  • Oceanside Inn
    128 units with 191-rooms oceanfront condo-hotel in Daytona Beach Shores.
  • Ocean Jewels Club
    201-unit oceanfront condo-hotel in Daytona Beach. 2 outdoor pools. Outside corridor system.
  • Ocean Walk Resort
    2 high-rise towers with 300 units each managed by Wyndham Resorts.
  • Pirate’s Cove
    164-unit oceanfront condo-hotel in Daytona Beach Shores.
  • Sea Dip
    134-unit oceanfront condo-hotel with city or ocean views is half mile south of International Speedway Blvd. Outdoor and indoor pool.
  • Symphony Beach Club
    32-unit oceanfront condo-hotel, the only condo-hotel in Ormond Beach.
  • The Plaza Resort & Spa
    323-unit oceanfront condo-hotel in the heart of Daytona Beachside. This is a flagship condo-hotel.

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Here are all current Daytona Area Condo-hotel listings: