Resorts Boost Pay in Off-Peak Periods June 24, 1998 Share 1 -- DAYTONA BEACH -- The Palm Plaza Oceanfront Resort, Daytona Beach Shores, which does not pay commission during its peak periods, offers 15% commission during the equivalent of 11 months a year. Commissions are blacked out, however, during Race Week, around the second week of February; Bike Week, which occurs in early March; the July 4th period (five days) and Octoberfest (Oct. 22 to 25 this year). Palm Plaza Oceanfront Resort, Phone: (800) DAYTONA. Oceans 11 Resorts Inc. said it also has been paying 15%, for 22 years. Its properties include Bahama House, Acapulco Inn and Treasure Island Inn, all in Daytona Beach Shores; the Beachcomer Oceanfront Inn in Daytona Beach, and Casa Del Mar Beach Resort in Ormond Beach. Restrictions include Bike and Race Week, when 10% is offered. During peak times, the commission payments also may be subject to a minimum stay, said the spokesman. Phone: (800) 874-7420. Another property paying 15% for single or multinight stays is Perry's Ocean Edge Resort in Daytona Beach Shores. Although the higher commission is available during such peak periods as Race and Bike Week, minimum stays are usually required then. Perry's Ocean Edge Resort, Phone: (904) 255-0581.