Welcome to The Plaza Resort & Spa
Discover Your Ideal Beachfront Destination
Nestled along the ocean in Daytona Beach, Florida, The Plaza Resort & Spa provides an unforgettable setting for your next getaway. Our historic hotel effortlessly blends classic sophistication and contemporary comfort, with awe-inspiring views and a wide variety of family-friendly amenities.
Unwind in spacious rooms and suites with graceful design and thoughtful perks. Satisfy cravings with superb cuisine at our signature restaurant, lively pool bar and convenient grab-and-go market. Pamper yourself at Ocean Waters Spa. Gaze out at the Atlantic from our outdoor pool. And enjoy quality time with your family at our 600-foot traffic-free beach, on the basketball court or around the fire pit.
The Plaza is home to 40,000 square feet of elegant indoor and outdoor space, for everything from important meetings to joyful beach weddings. Looking to explore the area? Attractions including the Museum of Arts & Sciences, Marineland Dolphin Adventure and Daytona International Speedway are moments away.
Meet at the Beach, Safe in the Sand
The Plaza Resort & Spa is making the safety and wellness of our guests top priority. View our video to learn about the measures being taken, as we reimagine the hotel experience.
Meetings & Weddings
Host your next Daytona beach event with us
Connect, collaborate and celebrate at The Plaza Resort & Spa! With 40,000 square feet of flexible venue space, we’re one of the largest event destinations in Daytona Beach – the ideal destination for intimate board meetings, grand wedding receptions and everything in between.
Ocean Waters Spa
Unwind at our Daytona Beach Spa
Located right here within The Plaza, Ocean Waters Spa is the largest full-service spa in Daytona Beach, with 16 treatment rooms and 15,000 square feet of tranquil space.
Amazing place to stay
Beautiful, Clean, and Charming. I loved the classic look and few of this hotel. Amazing service and very clean rooms and tons of stuff to do. Convenient walk to the convention center. We stayed for a volleyball tournament and they took such good care of our girls.
The hotel staff were very friendly. The property is very serious about Mask wear and proper social distance while checking in.
Our view was amazing, the room service.. so fast and efficient.
The outside, music going, fun atmosphere, 10 min walk to the pier. Fire pit by the pool. Very accommodating.
Surprisingly Nice Hotel To Find Last Minute
The Plaza has been the best hotel we have stayed at in years. The reasons for that are simple. This is the kind of hotel that has and incredible staff that makes you feel at home. If there is a problem with anything you typically have to deal with rude hotel staff and an unwillingness to help. Here, it is complete opposite!
The Ocean Center hosts everything from national conventions to local social events.
Home to the Daytona Beach Symphony Society for many decades, this venue also hosts opera, drama and other performances.
Founded in 1904, Bethune-Cookman University is a private historically black university with a student population of just over 4,000. It's also home to the NCAA Division 1-FCS Wildcats. You can also find a National Historic Landmark on-site. The home of prominent civil rights leader and founder of the University, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune is open for guided tours.
This residential campus, which forms part of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, is home to over 6,000 students. It's also home the NCAA Division II Eagles.
The Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach is one of the region's largest museums, with interactive exhibits, a planetarium and an extensive art collection. This family-friendly attraction in Daytona Beach will keep you cool and keep the kids entertained.
Marine life in Volusia County is fascinating, and this informative center enables you to learn more about the ecosystems that make this region so unique.
Fulfill your need for speed at this iconic race track in Daytona Beach. The Daytona International Speedway hosts thrilling racing events from the world-famous Daytona 500 to the Coke Zero Sugar 400. Take a tour of the stadium to learn about the history of racing and visit the Motorsports Hall of Fame.
Visitors of all ages are in for a treat at Kennedy Space Center, where you can check out the space shuttle Atlantis, get an exclusive look behind NASA gates or even see a rocket launch!
Set on the Atlantic Ocean, this outdoor complex features dining, shopping and entertainment. It's definitely worth exploring during your stay in Daytona Beach.
Make a splash at this family-friendly water park and arcade - the perfect way to cool off on warm days.
The Jackie Robinson Ballpark is home to the Daytona Tortugas and the Bethune–Cookman Wildcats baseball team. Take a tour of the stadium or catch a game. In 1946 Jackie Robinson made history at the stadium as the first African American to play in a Major League Baseball spring training game.
Rising 175 feet, the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is the tallest lighthouse in the state, and is a National Historic Landmark. Be sure to visit the museum to learn more about the lighthouse's legacy.
This private college has a student population of roughly 4,300, and is home to the NCAA Division 1-FCS Hatters.
This outlet mall boasts a variety of brand-name and designer stores.
Marineland Dolphin Adventure is one of the first oceanariums of its kind, not only in Daytona but throughout the world. Swim with dolphins, visit the tortoises or check out one of the many workshops and events taking place in the park.
Receive 10% off any program or admission at Marineland when you mention the promo code THEPLAZA!
Listed as one of the top ten markets in the world by the Travel Channel, the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market features 600 vendors and over 1,000 booths.
This outdoor venue in Daytona Beach is known for the lively events hosted along the water. From the NCA & NDA Collegiate Championships to the highly anticipated summer concert series, the Daytona Beach Bandshell is sure to draw a crowd.