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Cancun, Mexico    -     Panama City, FL    -     S. Padre Island, Texas   -   Punta Cana, Dom R.

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South Beach, Miami

Panama City, FL

S. Padre Isl., Texas

Punta Cana, Dom. R

Dubbed by many as the "Spring Break Capital of the World," Panama City Beach hosts nearly half a million co-eds every spring and keeps them entertained with outdoor concerts and contests, sandy beaches, popular restaurants and bars with extended happy hours, and even an amusement park.
It is a less expensive alternative to Miami, Florida's other uber-popular spring break spot (more on that later).
Where to stay: Holiday Inn Resort Panama City Beach
Throughout the remainder of the year this oceanfront resort attracts equal parts families and students, but during spring break it is all about college-aged kids looking for a good time.
The Holiday Inn transforms itself for the droves of students by offering special beachside activities, giveaways, contests, and poolside concerts lasting till 2 a.m. during March.
Rooms are fairly typical for a Holiday Inn beach hotel, with fresh bedding, and convenient extras such as full-size fridges and microwaves; the balconies featuring gulf views are perhaps the biggest draw.
A thin, tiny island off the southeast tip of Texas, connected to the mainland by a highway, South Padre Island is a popular spring break destination among students who attend schools in the south.
Not only is it affordable and easy to reach, but every spring it is home to "Coca Cola Beach." Attended by tens of thousands of co-eds, this massive party features all-day concerts, contests, and games. South Padre Island's beaches also boast volleyball, banana boats, snorkeling, and parasailing.
Where to stay: Pearl South Padre
The Pearl South Padre is located on the southern tip of the island. This 251-room resort is flanked by a wide, sandy beach and offers a huge outdoor pool with plenty of lounge chairs.
Rooms are comfortable and spacious and some are renovated, while all offer private balconies and excellent views of the Gulf of Mexico or outdoor pool.
In-room amenities include flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and mini-fridges, perfect for refueling between parties.
Home to party-friendly Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic is one of the most popular islands in the Caribbean for spring break. Located on the D.R.'s easternmost tip, Punta Cana is characterized by near-perfect weather, as well as dozens of all-inclusive mega-resorts ranging from cheap to chic.
Spring breakers flock to these hotels, where highlights include unlimited booze, beachside games and contests, and swim-up bars.
Where to stay: Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa
All rooms at the Punta Cana, part of a multi-mega-resort complex, feature in-room whirlpools, but the real draws are the clean white-sand beach, access to four free-form pools, and eight reservation-free restaurants with some of the D.R.'s best all-inclusive fare -- a good value, if you don't mind scrounging for a rogue lounge chair.
With spontaneous dance parties and a disco that can stay bumping until the wee hours, it's a great place to party.
Miami's neon-lit South Beach (or "SoBe") might be the sexiest beach town in America. Chic clubs with discerning bouncers draw the fashion-industry elite, the occasional celebrity, and plenty of 20-somethings ready to party.
And fortunately for those on a budget, it's not all glitz -- cheap Cuban sandwich joints, fishbowl-size discount margaritas, and Bud Light-slinging dive bars peacefully coexist with the posh hotel lounges and famed fusion restaurants.
Where to stay: Catalina Hotel
Designed for randy 20-somethings who can rage until 4 a.m., the Catalina can be a godsend. It's moderately priced, across from the beach, and in the heart of the fashionista bar scene.
There are nice touches like Tempur-Pedic beds and a hip rooftop pool, but it's certainly a raucous party hotel at heart.

Daytona Beach, Fl

Key West, Fl

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Destin, Fl

With 23 miles of beaches, Daytona is an old-school spring break hot spot that has been hosting rowdy college students for generations. Rooms can easily be found for less than $100 a night at places like the Hawaiian Inn.
The Ultimate Party Card offers free beers and cover charges for bars like Ocean Deck, known for its bikini contests and live reggae, and Razzles.

Key West is one of the wildest cities in the United States year round, but it’s during the Spring Break weeks that things really kick off.
Not only do you have all the bros and chicks who want to take advantage of the “not enforced” open container laws, but you also have the older adults who head to Key West for the lenient nudity laws.
If you’re making your way south to Key West this year, head to the infamous Garden of Eden bar which features a “clothing optional” dress code, and the eccentric group of people who flock to a place like that.

You don’t need to be an American Studies major to know that San Juan isn’t technically part of the US of A, but Puerto Rico is the closest thing we have to the 51st state.
The capital, San Juan, is also a haven for party people who are looking for a place that’s a step aboveCancun— better known as a sh*thole you only visit once.
San Juan offers more than enough rum and booby bars to give Spring Breakers what they’re looking for. And best of all, you don’t need to speak a lick of Spanish, so feel free to keep sleeping through those 8 AM 100-level classes.
Destin, Florida is one of the more popular destinations for Spring Breakers as of late, and we’re guessing it has something to do with the miles of white sandy beaches and beautiful water.
Or maybe it’s because students are finally learning how to trick property managers into renting out houses to large amounts of party animals.
Either way, Florida’s Emerald Coast is a new hotbed of Spring Break festivities and a perfect place to brushen up on your shotgunning technique.
If you are heading to Destin, we’ve got some great Spring Break tips on how to make it your best trip yet.

Cancun, Mexico

Cabo San Lucas, Mex

FT Meyers, Fl

Las Vegas, NV

Cancun -- with its beautiful sandy beaches and turquoise waters -- is one of the world’s top beach destinations, and it also one of the most-visited spring break destinations on the planet.
The Hotel Zone is where to go if you're looking for all the college spring break staples; dozens of megaresorts line miles and miles of postcard-perfect beaches where guests lounge in the sun margarita in hand.
Hotels here cater to spring breakers, hard partiers, young couples and rowdy groups with night-long parties, loud entertainment, cheap booze and all-inclusive plans.
Where to stay: Hotel Riu Cancun
In the heart of the Hotel Zone, Hotel Riu Cancun sits on a sprawling piece of beachfront that’s close to bars, nightclubs, restaurants, and shops.
The all-inclusive 569-room resort offers three swimming pools, a buffet-style restaurant, as well as three themed restaurants, and a range of on-site activities that includes nightly live shows, tennis, windsurfing, and a nightclub.
Rooms are a bit outdated, but most consider it a small tradeoff for the affordable prices.
If you've got a sugar daddy bankrolling your holiday, spring for Cabo San Lucas. This beach resort town is popular with West Coast universities and students looking for a more high-end spring break experience.
The Tesoro Los Cabos hotel is near the marina and a short walk to the popular bars. The ME by Melia Cabo is more exclusive with pricey suites, chic clubs, beachfront property and an over-21-only policy.
Spring breakers may recognize this hotel from televisions -- it's a favorite with the crowd from MTV's show The Hills.
Relax poolside by day because you'll need the energy at night for clubbing at the Giggling Marlin, Zoo Club and Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo.
Fort Myers Beach will always hold a special place in Spring Break history after essentially becoming the first place to host Spring Break as we know it.
While Spring Breakers are now swimming in something else entirely, Lani Kai is still the place to be in terms of Ft. Myers Beach parties, and features everything from amateur booty shaking contests to male firemen stripping down to their firehoses.
Las Vegas is one of the country's most infamous party spots, so it's no wonder it's a major spring break party destination -- even considering its lack of a beach. Instead of fun along the sand, Vegas provides poolside and late-night debauchery with hundreds of pool parties annually and some of the hottest nightclubs around.
Spring breakers can take their pick between classy and trashy, as the Strip offers everything from topless pools to quiet infinity pools, from packed, fist-pumping nightclubs to bottle service-only lounges.
Where to stay: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
The Hard Rock brand is synonymous with partying, and its Vegas resort may be the most party-centric of all.
Not only is it home to Rehab (considered by many to be Vegas's best pool party, and certainly its largest), but go-go dancers perform in the casino, live music plays nightly at The Joint (which boasts a 4,000-person capacity), and spring breakers can party 'til late at the popular on-site Vanity nightclub.