Aku Tiki Inn
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Defunct tiki not included,
distances are as the crow flies.
Front of the Aku Tiki Inn in Daytona Beach
December 2005, photo by John Holley
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The Aku Tiki Inn features an imposing moai at the entrance, complete with glowing red eyes. Some nice Witco pieces can be seen in the lobby. Connected to the Aku Tiki Inn is the Traders Restaurant, and the Hawaiian Inn and Green Turtle Restaurant can be found just down the street.
In 2004, the oceanfront hotel sustained some damage from Hurricane Charley. The signature moai at the front of the hotel was damaged beyond repair. By 2005 the hotel had been repaired, with a new signature moai built with the help of Florida tiki artist Wayne Coombs.
How to find it:
Aku Tiki Inn is on the east (beach) side of the Highway 1A between Lindley Rd. and Bonner Ave., look for the giant moai atop the sign.
Aku Tiki Inn has its own parking lot.