Beach Breakdown: The American Migration East

May 28, 2015

When it comes to fun in the sun this summer, those searching for beach accommodation on prefer the sandy shores of the East Coast. From frolicking in Florida’s waves to boardwalk games in New Jersey and Maryland, eastern getaways are clearly top of mind with 2015’s summer travelers.

#1 Myrtle Beach

Price:  $207/night* 

Downloadable Images: Pier, Scenic
© Myrtle Beach Area CVB

#2 Virginia Beach

Price:  $213/night* 

Downloadable Images: Beach, Coastline
© Virginia Beach CVB

#3 Ocean City

Price:  $269/night*

Downloadable Images: Beach, Strip
© Town of Ocean City

#4 Miami Beach

Price:  $279/night*

Downloadable Images: Beach, Aerial
© Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau

#5 Panama City Beach

Price:  $186/night*

Downloadable Images: Beach, Sunset
© Panama City Beach CVB

#6 Key West

Price:  $292/night*

Downloadable Images: Beach, Harbor
©  VISIT FLORIDA, Florida Keys & Key West

#7 Honolulu

Price:  $268/night*

Downloadable Images: Waikiki, Duke Kahanamo
© Hawaii Tourism Authority – Tor Johnson, Oahu Visitors Bureau

#8 Destin

Price:  $217/night*

Downloadable Images: Harbor, Commons
© Emerald Coast Convention & Visitors Bureau

#9 Atlantic City

Price:  $212/night*

Downloadable Images: Beach, Skyline
© Atlantic City CVA

#10 Daytona Beach

Price:  $112/night*

Downloadable Images: Main Pier, Beach Strip
© Daytona Beach Area CVB

*Average nightly rate of a standard double room from July-August 2015 on, based on searches February 1-May 11, 2015 for a travel period of July 1-August 31, 2015.

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