DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 17, 2017 — As the city’s most popular motorcycle extravaganza rides into its 76th year, Courtyard Daytona Beach Speedway/Airport and Residence Inn Daytona Beach Speedway/Airport are shifting gears to accommodate avid bikers from around the globe.
Tabbed as the World’s Largest Motorcycle Event, Daytona Beach Bike Week invites travelers to experience 10 days of high-octane fun from March 10-19, 2017 at Daytona International Speedway. Attendees can enjoy an array of activities including concerts, bike shows, motorcycle races and manufacturer showcases.
Bike enthusiasts coming to Florida’s Atlantic coast for a brief jaunt will appreciate Courtyard’s perfect blend of thoughtful amenities and attentive services. Before or after a day at the speedway, hungry guests can make a pit stop at The Bistro, the hotel’s on-site restaurant serving delectable breakfast and dinner plates, as well as Starbucks coffee and evening cocktails.
For those planning to visit for a week or more, Residence Inn offers an ideal solution for extended-stay travelers. The hotel’s suites are outfitted with separate areas for sleeping, dining and lounging, so guests return to a relaxing, homelike ambiance after hours of full-throttle festivities. Available in all accommodations, fully equipped kitchens deliver a wiser alternative to greasy festival food and enable health-conscious visitors to prepare fresh, nutritious meals.
No matter which hotel vacationers choose, they will love avoiding congested parking lots by conveniently walking to the speedway. Both Courtyard and Residence Inn let motorcycle lovers stay connected to friends and family back home via free, property-wide Wi-Fi. Also, vacationers can expect an effortless arrival and departure with the hotels’ complimentary shuttle service to and from Daytona Beach International Airport.
To make the most out of Daytona Beach, visitors are encouraged to plan their adventures using Bike Week’s travel guide, which showcases a calendar of events, along with information on popular attractions and restaurants.