Spring break costs in Florida 2024

Scholaroo ventures to discover the cost of accommodation in Florida during spring break and how the prices change compared to the low season.

Spring break is a quintessential American tradition, eagerly anticipated by students and families alike as a time to unwind, explore, and create lasting memories. For many, it marks an escape from the daily grind, offering a chance to bask in the sun, immerse oneself in new experiences, and indulge in leisure activities.

However, prices during this time of the year should increase significantly. Scholaroo has analyzed the costs of 2-star, 3-star, and 4-star hotels in the most popular destinations for spring break: Daytona Beach, Orlando, and Fort Lauderdale. Additionally, the data team compared the prices in the same places during the low season to observe changes in prices.

Check out to compare prices and discover the changes across the year!

Change prices in Daytona Beach

During Spring Break in Daytona Beach, the average cost of a 2-star accommodation can soar to 42% higher than the rates in the low season.

Change prices in Orlando

In Orlando, the average cost of 3-star accommodation during peak season can soar up to 47% higher than the rates in low season, making it the city with the most significant seasonal variation among those compared.

Change prices in Fort Lauderdale

In Fort Lauderdale, the biggest change for spring break is in 4-star accommodation, with an increase of 42.5%.


Scholaroo’s data team gathered information from publicly available data that displays the cost of accommodation (2, 3, and 4-star hotels) in Orlando, Daytona Beach, and Fort Lauderdale from March 6th to 14th and September 6th to 14th. This was done in order to compare and discover changes in prices throughout the year.