Based in Deland Florida, Stetson University doesn’t have a lot of hotel options. Which is exactly why we wrote this guide to the best hotels near Stetson University!
No matter your budget, our hotel experts will show you a great hotel with great facilities. Let’s jump right into it…
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We love Hampton Inn & Suites, and this is a great example as to why! Impeccably clean and boasting with a friendly staff, this hotel is perfect for families, solo travelers, and everyone in between!
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Located smack in downtown Deland, Artisan Downtown has an on-site restaurant AND a bar. But why stay in the hotel when you can just walk to the dozens of nearby restaurants?
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Not only is Comfort Inn a great budget hotel, but it’s so close to Stetson University that you could practically spit there! Guests love the big, cozy beds, and each room is fully equipped with an iron board and a hairdryer.
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If you are looking to splurge a bit – the Courtyard by Marriot is as good as it gets in Deland! The pool is lovely, the gym is big and clean, and the staff are very warm and welcoming. Unfortunately, though, breakfast is not included…
Another budget hotel near Stetson University, you’ll love the outdoor pool and the surprisingly fast Wifi connection. Feel like having a party? Throw one at the BBG area!
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Located in neighboring Orange City, this Holiday Inn Express has us thinking that it could be worth the drive… The work desk with the ergonomic chair and dry cleaning services make this a stellar hotel for anyone traveling on business.
Located 6 miles from Deland in Cassadaga, FL, the Ann Stevens house is a quaint bed and breakfast. The house is old and classic, and the hosts are extremely friendly and welcoming (and so are the cats!).
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Emma Johnson lives to travel! Born in Washington D.C., Emma is a hotel connoisseur and a staff writer at Hotel Jules. An army brat, Emma got the travel bug early and has never been able to stop. Now, she has proudly visited 70+ countries and plans to visit every country in the world! Passionate about her ukelele (obviously) and her family, Emma eventually wants to retire in Thailand and write a book about all of her travel experiences.