Hyatt Place Daytona Beach-Oceanfront Opens
Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Avista Hotels & Resorts announce the opening of Hyatt Place Daytona Beach-Oceanfront, the first oceanfront Hyatt Place hotel.
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#1 Oct 17, 2013
Development with ideas of 10 to 15 story hotels from Granada Boulevard to Dunlawton Avenue would prove to be a good idea. It wouldn't center around how high a building has to be, it would only become based on -how-many the citie[s] have. If tax dollars -were- spent correctly it's idea that would create business alleviate concerns of changing the roads by having more control over the number of occupants at a given time. Set the pace for local hotel/motel owners who have already invested. Except for the idea that this will not change the tax base on a county level for the city of Daytona Beach. Small hotels with quaint surroundings and personal touch, with some bigger hotels would have been the right idea to promote tourism. that's why the city officials hate it.
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