Visitors to Vero Beach hotels come for card games, the beach, and vibrant history. Hotels in Vero Beach also offer celebrity hobnobbing, with residents like Emilio Estefan and Tommy Lee Jones living in the area. Ancient artifacts from the Pleistocene Era have been found near hotels in Vero Beach, including America's earliest known artwork ever. Howard Johnson Inn is a budget hotel in Vero Beach, while Spring Hill Suites by Marriott is a more decadent Vero Beach hotel.
Residents and visitors to Vero Beach hotels are famously charmed and delighted by the area of beach designated for sea turtle mating, a preserved piece of wildlife that thrives all summer.
Hotels in Vero Beach aren't far from Scampi Grill, a local favorite including Chef Alex's Chicken Mediterranean, Shrimp Scampi, and Linguini Alfredo. The Barefoot Cafe packs in patrons with their Pork and Spinach Cheese Sub, Panini Reuben, and frozen iced cappuccino with chilled coffee cubes.
The Vero Beach Museum of Art on Riverside Park Drive offers guests at hotels in Vero Beach a metropolitan experience. Featuring a sprawling sculpture garden, the VBMA also provides visitors with several rotating exhibits of photography, as well as oil and watercolor originals, and a quirky, one-of-a-kind gift shop.
Travelers at hotels in Vero Beach famously enjoy browsing the unique finds at Village Shops. El Prado displays a handmade selection of imported pottery at a wide variety of prices.
Guests at Vero Beach hotels typically go there to relax. Popular water sports include kayaking and beach volleyball.