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Recent St. Pete Beach reviews

  • Beats the Don Caesar

    "On our first trip to Pass-a-Grille, we stayed at the Don Caesar Hotel and thought it was wonderful, but this was better. The house has tons of charm with its bright beach décor, comfortable beds and chairs, all the necessities a person could ask for in a rental as well as many extras just to make the stay even better--chilled wine waiting, fresh fruit, and other niceties. It's convenient to everything, very quiet at night since the restaurant next door is closed after lunch, and it was just the perfect place to relax, walk, sight see, sleep and read, and let the rest of the world go by. We'll go back for sure. And, yes our little Maltese highly recommends it as well. Thanks for a wonderful week at PAG for all of us."
    Guest: Professor Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 10, 2014
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  • Great Stay!

    "My boyfriend and I stayed in this cute little studio for 2 nights. Dawn was great at answering questions in a timely manner and gave us all the info we needed. My top 3 criteria are CLEAN!, a comfortable bed, and a decent shower. This studio had all of that and more. The kitchen is a nice feature. The unit was decorated so nicely and looked just like the photos. The colored lights in the divider were such a fun surprise. Everything was as described and we didn't have a single issue. My only (teeny tiny) complaint was that I would have liked a full length mirror in the back of the closet door, this would have also provided a place to do my hair near an outlet too. Probably not even necessary for most beach vacations but we attended a wedding. But goes to show you how great everything else was that my only complaint is a mirror!"
    Guest: Kelly Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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  • The Best Ever Grannie Camp by the Sea

    "Each year we try to gather in all of our 6 offspring +a nephew & their crews for Grannie (that's me) Camp at our place in N.GA. Honestly, it's hard to accomplish w/ everyone's busy schedule. This year my oldest son wanted to take his crew to Disney World. So, okay. I'll find someplace in FL, Gulf side (because it is so beautiful). I needed a big place. WOW!!! Birds of Paradise (BoP) so exceeded the pics. 9 beds & 9 baths & plenty of space for littles (air mattresses & a pull out sofa in the middle house). NO, it is not as pristine as the photos. (the spa doesn't work: but who cares? the ocean calls!!) But, at its heart, it is SO very fantastic/magical. What memories we made! The 3 houses are in a line on the marina. Not in a U as the pics would lead you to think. Stuff we did:Hired a boat to pick up some us off the dock for cruising!!! BIG dock. Parasailing. Walking the beach bar crawling! BoP features multiple gathering places for late night owls and early morning larks. There is a great blue heron that visits every morning. Babies & Granddaddy could nap during the day:no problem. Others could party the sun up. Fishing off the dock. The pool is wonderful. Shallow enough for the littles and then the deep end for the tweens/teens. I swear I heard "Marco Polo" 12 zillion times!! A dozen+ poolside tables & umbrella! And when it comes to the ocean, the white sand beach is a short block walk away to the west and then a troop through the dunes. Sunset watching EVERY night. Our family likes to cook so the kitchen in the big house was a dream: double stove tops, double ovens, double microwaves, BIG subzero fridge & freezer PLUS a big-out-the-wazoo cooler & freezer off the kitchen w/ 2 double industrial sized washer & dryers. The big house is so spacious. We played bingo and Cranium and cards/coloring stuff strewn all over those wonderful rugs. And, yes, the piano was played, along w/ some guitar sing alongs. While I think BoP is more often used as a party site, it is the PERFECT place for a family party. It is so spread out w/ so many gathering places. The beds are comfy. There are grocery stores & bottle shops close by. The property manager set up us w/ a local photographer to take a group photo. Wonderful!! I brought an extra fold out table (there were a lot of us!) and I wish I had brought my favorite paring knife. Other than that, BoP provides paper towels, TP, garbage bags (pick up 2x a week) and a multitude of pots&pans in the big house. 5 stars"
    Guest: AndaO Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 28, 2014
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  • Janet and Bob Macfarlane

    "Just rented this house for vacation and couldn't be happier. Very cozy home with everything you could possible need. Everything is top quality in the kitchen, so you can cook anything you want. The pool area is so private! Very quiet neighborhood and a great location to the beach. We had a great time! Owners are wonderful to deal with also."
    Guest: Janet m. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 2, 2014
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St. Pete Beach Travel Tips

The coastal city of St. Pete Beach in Florida is a famous tourist destination. St. Pete Beach encompasses Long Key in its entirety and is a barrier island connected to Treasure Island, South Pasadena and the Bayway Isles. St. Pete is just outside St. Petersburg and west of Tampa Bay along the Gulf Coast.

There are more than 300 days of sunshine every year in St. Pete Beach. With a population of only 10,000 people, it never feels too crowded on one of the many beaches.

St. Pete Beach Attractions

You'll find award-winning beaches in St. Pete Beach. This desirable destination features white sand beaches along the Gulf of Mexico's clear waters. There are plenty of aquatic activities in St. Pete Beach including swimming, fishing, kiteboarding, surfing and kayaking. You can lay out on the beach and get a tan or build a sand castle with the kids.

The Florida Aquarium is just across the water in downtown Tampa Bay. There are more than 20,000 aquatic animals at the Florida Aquarium and it is regarded as one of the best in the U.S. There are sharks, alligators, stingrays and penguins as well as interactive programs including "Swim With The Fishes." The whole family will love a trip to the aquarium and a ride on the Wild Dolphin Ecotour's Bay Spirit II. There is also the Clearwater Marine Aquarium if you're up for the short trip to Clearwater.

If you're looking for outdoor fun, head to Adventure Island, the only outdoor water theme park in the Tampa Bay area. There are water slides, kiddie pools, a lazy river and pools that everyone can enjoy. Other popular attractions near St. Pete Beach include the David L. Mason Children's Art Museum, Florida Botanical Gardens, Heritage Village and Lowry Park Zoo.

Things to Do in St. Pete Beach

Corey Avenue: You'll love shopping on Corey Avenue. There are specialty shops, theaters, restaurants, galleries, clothing stores, gift shops and more. You can take just a few hours or spend the whole day on Corey Avenue meandering through each storefront. Corey Avenue has been the heart of St. Pete Beach for more than 60 years and visitors flock here from all over the world. There are also events and activities held on Corey Avenue every year including parades, wine tastings and festivals.

Pass-a-Grille Historic District: This historic district in St. Pete Beach is found at the southern end of the island. There are beautiful sunsets to highlight this part of St. Pete Beach as well as historic cottages that bring you back to Pass-a-Grille's past. As one of the largest historic districts on the Gulf Coast, there's a lot to learn since its first homestead was settled in 1886. The area is thought to be one of the oldest resorts on Central Florida's west coast. The Gulf Beaches Historical Museum is here and offers free admission for visitors.

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