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Resale Posting R555677

Georgian Inn Beach Club

Ormond Beach, Florida

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  • Week: 12 (High Season) cal
  • Maintenance Fee: Maint. Fee: $455.00
  • Ownership Type: Deeded
  • Use: Annual
  • Bedrooms/Bathrooms: Beds/Baths: Studio/1
  • Kitchen: Yes
  • No. of Beds: 1 Queen, 2 Sleeper Sofas
  • View: Garden
  • Unit: 712
  • Occupancy: 6
  • Smoking: No
  • Pets: No


  • BBQ
  • DVD Player
  • Dishwasher
  • Internet Access
  • Jacuzzi Tub
  • Laundry - Dryer
  • Laundry - Washer
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator - Small
  • TV
  • Telephone
  • VCR
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  • Georgian Inn Beach Club

    Ormond Beach, Florida

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    Located just north of Daytona Beach directly on the ocean, The Georgian Inn Beach Club offers fun, sun, and plenty of activities for the entire family. This timeshare facility features studio and one-bedroom accommodations. The Sea Cabin studio units sleep four and feature a queen bed and full-size sleeper sofa. These units have a mini-kitchen with a two-burner stove top (no oven), full-size refrigerator, and microwave. The Stateroom one-bedroom units sleep four and feature a queen bed in the master bedroom, and a full-size sleeper sofa in the living area. These units are equipped with a full kitchen with a four-burner stove, oven, full-size refrigerator, and microwave.

    Begin your day at the Georgian Inn with a stroll along the white sands of the world's most famous beach. Pull up a lounge chair and relax by the pool, or spread your towel on the beach and catch some rays. The waters of the Atlantic Ocean are perfect in the summertime for playing in the waves. The Georgian Inn provides weekly activities from bingo to jewelry making, and the Activities Director can also assist you in arranging dinner cruises, deep sea fishing trips, or tee times.

    If you've never been to Daytona Beach, get the lay of the land with a Water Wheels tour. This amphibious river/street craft will give you a tour of the town both by land and by sea. Spend a mellow day out of the sun by touring the area's museums. The Museum of Arts and Sciences, Halifax Historical Museum, The Casements (former home of John D. Rockefeller), and Ormond Memorial Art Museum and Gardens, are a few locations worth visiting.

  • Reviews

    • Avatar for tinad69
      By: tinad69

      Never did we imagine that "Bike week in Daytona" would be so much fun! This is a fabulous location to observe without being stiffled by the crowds. Ended up owning two weeks here to make returning annually hassle free. All the proper ingredients for a great vacation.

      Aug 15, 2009
    • Avatar for lee1985
      By: lee1985

      Great nautical theme. Remodeling is complete, making it better than ever. Just steps from the beach. You can't get any closer. Nice views from all rooms.

      Mar 16, 2008
    • Avatar for chipr3
      By: chipr3

      My husband has been coming to this resort every year since he was 12 years old because his parents got in on the ground floor when it first became a timeshare property. We honeymooned here, and bought two of our own weeks shortly thereafter.

      Our daughter is four and now has memories that mirror her Dad's... playing in the sand on the beach, walking across A1A for ice cream, walking a block up to the miniature golf course...

      The upgrades they have done to the resort in the last two years are amazing!! We loved the old decor, but the changes modernized the look of the units, and added some luxury touches (like granite countertops in the bathrooms!) They also added an excercise room overlooking the pool deck which wasn't there before they redesigned the first floor.

      The staff here are wonderful, and the location is outstanding. While the resort is only a short walk from the Daytona Beach line, being in Ormond Beach means it's much quieter than a mile or two further South. We have the same ocean and sand that they do, with an atmophere that is much more family oriented.

      Dec 26, 2006
    • Avatar for dr1
      By: dr1

      We bought here three years ago. We were able to use it for the first time two years ago. We had a blast and the staff was great. There are activities for our children that they enjoyed. Last year we chose to go to Orlando instead. Mickey-type accomadations may be newer, but never as warm and inviting. Rooms are rather small, but a family with small children can manage.

      Jun 4, 2006 (Updated Jun 4, 2006)
    • Avatar for ljseptx
      By: ljseptx

      stayed here aug 16 to 23. older resort but still nice. some maint. needed. had unit 705. very nice view from balcony. watched dolphins play early in the morning. staff friendy and helpful. not a bad place to stay.


      Aug 26, 2003 (Updated Aug 26, 2003)
    • Avatar for rajidad
      By: rajidad

      New mgmt here making many improvements. Pleasant helpful staff. Basic resort, but right on the beach. Unfortunately, I had a unit 517. Those ending in 17 have no balcony. Avoid.

      May 6, 2003
    • Avatar for grandfourteen
      By: grandfourteen

      very relaxed vacation, really enjoyed staff and beach

      Feb 15, 2003
    • Avatar for flossycrews
      By: flossycrews


      Feb 3, 2003
    • Avatar for ron_hftb
      By: ron_hftb

      Older resort, but in very nice condition. I was told that rooms are being remodeled (and we stayed in one that was totally refurbished) ... it was great!

      Jan 24, 2003
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