If you want to take a beach vacation but don’t have the money to stay at a five-star resort, don’t worry; there is a lengthy list of affordable options available. View our recommended low-cost beach hotels in different locations around the USA.
Hallmark Resort & Spa – Cannon Beach, Oregon
Hallmark Resort & Spa, a leading Oregon spa, is the nearest resort to Haystack Rock, a popular landmark and one of the state’s most photographed landmarks. The state protects this marine park, and its tidal pools are teeming with intriguing sea life, including hermit crabs and starfish. Tufted puffins and other seabirds may be breeding nearby. Check out all the amazing animals, and then use your free sand bucket to build a castle. Going for a walk or flying a kite on the beach is also a lot of fun. Each room has a balcony with a view of the Pacific Ocean, a fireplace (gas or wood), and a jacuzzi tub (for two). You may also relax in one of the spas or the heated saltwater pools.
Blue Lantern Inn – Dana Point, California
Located just south of L.A., Blue Lantern Inn is consistently rated as one of the nation’s best cheap beach resorts. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast each morning, relax with a spa treatment, and explore the stunning coastline on one of the hotel’s bicycles, all while taking advantage of the hotel’s unbeatable pricing. Spacious rooms with views of the Pacific have a fireplace, a sitting area, a bathroom with a jetted spa tub, and a refrigerator filled with free soft drinks. Sailing from Dana Point Harbor on a dolphin and whale-watching expedition is the way to go if you want to spend a little.
La Quinta Inn & Suites – South Padre Beach, Texas
South Padre Island is a popular spring break destination, but if you can wait until the summer, you may enjoy the beach with fewer crowds and a better rate on a riverfront accommodation. Located on a quiet beach, each accommodation has a flat-screen T.V., free Wi-Fi, a microwave, and a mini-fridge. Some rooms also include stunning views of the Gulf. There is a lovely outdoor pool and Jacuzzi where you can relax while not at the beach. In addition to basking in the sun’s rays, you can partake in kiteboarding, sailing, visiting adjacent water parks, or even going on a dolphin-watching tour.
Captain’s Quarters Resort – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Myrtle Beach is well recognized as a top beach destination and is home to a wide range of high-quality, reasonably priced hotels. There are more than a hundred golf courses here, making it a golfer’s heaven, and the area also has a good 60 miles of beachfront. The Captain’s Quarters Resort has affordable prices, a prime beachfront location, an indoor lazy river pool, a children’s pool with a pirate ship, various outdoor pools, a Jacuzzi, a pool bar, an arcade, and a bowling alley. Suites include a complete kitchen and a separate living space, while efficiency units sleep up to two people. All rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen T.V.s, and many have ocean views.
Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel – Oahu, Hawaii
The Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel is a wonderful bargain considering its prime beachfront location and the fact that accommodations start at less than $200 per night. In addition to the convenient location, patrons love Tiki’s Bar & Grill’s vibrant, tropical decor and fruity beverages. Lei-making, hula dancing, and Ukulele playing are everyday cultural activities.
Maui Coast Hotel – Maui, Hawaii
The Maui Coast Hotel is your best bet for a vacation on the island at a price that won’t break the bank. You’ll be right in the middle of Kihei on the southern coast of Maui, steps from the town’s greatest and biggest beach, Kamaole Beach Park I, as well as a wide variety of stores, entertainment options, and inexpensive dining options. All rooms have a private lanai, a microwave, and a flat-screen television. In addition to complimentary laundry services, the lively poolside bar has nightly live music.
Cavalier Oceanfront Resort – San Simeon, California
Located on the Big Sur coast, this stunning hotel was fashioned out of a former motel built in the 1960s. The hotel has a kind and pleasant staff that considers guests’ needs and wants, including their need for quiet time alone. Located along Hearst Drive, just three miles south of Hearst Castle on Highway 1, widely considered to be one of the most beautiful roads in the world, visitors can swim in the ocean, explore tide pools, watch wildlife such as elephant seals, sea otters, and migrating grey whales, and enjoy a bonfire at sunset. Most rooms have a wood-burning fireplace and are decorated in a Mission-meets-lodge style.