When you stay at the Palms of Treasure Island 101, you can watch the sun rise over the Intracoastal Waterway while sipping coffee on your private balcony. Later you can stroll just a block to Treasure Island Beach to see the sunset reflected in the Gulf of Mexico. In between, because the condo complex is less than a half-hour from St. Petersburg, you can take in a game at Tropicana Field, explore the Sunken Gardens, or visit the Dalí Museum or the Chihuly Collection. And of course, when you’re not swimming in the condo complex’s pool, you can fish, canoe, kayak, paddleboard, parasail, and relish all the other activities that make a Florida vacation so memorable.
The Palms of Treasure Island 101 is a 2-bedroom, 2 bathroom corner unit with a huge covered balcony. It’s furnished with not one but 2 patio tables, one of which offers views of the Intracoastal and Paradise Island just beyond. Either table is an inviting spot for enjoying a meal, catching up with friends, or simply daydreaming while the salt-fresh breeze rustles through the palm trees.
Both the living/dining area and the master bedroom include sliding glass doors that open onto the balcony as well as let in plenty of sunshine. The master suite also boasts a luxe king-size bed, flanked by lamps so that one of you can stay up reading while the other goes to sleep. There’s a flat-screen TV with cable as well and, most pampering of it, a combination jetted tub/shower in the en-suite bathroom. When you return exhausted from a day on the go, a restorative soak amid the bubbly waters of the tub will soon have you ready for a night on the town.
The 2nd bedroom has its own bathroom, along with a queen-size bed and a TV. This makes the Palms of Treasure Island 101 as well suited for 2 couples as it is for a family. Expecting more guests? One of the living area sofas opens into a bed for 2.
With 2 couches and a bucket armchair (perfect for curling up in with a good book), the living area can accommodate the whole gang for movie night. Like the bedrooms, this room has its own flat-screen TV with cable, and the entire condo has free WiFi. The neutral color palette will ease you into relaxation mode—great if you’re traveling with little ones who can quickly become overstimulated from all that fun in the sun.
Behind one of the sofas is a dining table that seats 6 with room to spare. There’s also a breakfast bar with 4 stools. The kitchen, on the opposite side of the breakfast bar, comes with a full array of appliances, gadgets, cookware, and tableware, plus an impressive amount of counter space. You can easily prepare a Thanksgiving feast in here, let alone sandwiches, coffee, or smoothies. The dishwasher, as well as the washer and dryer by the bedrooms, will leave you more time for luxuriating on the beach or by the pool.
Speaking of the pool, it’s a beauty, with broad steps for easy access. From the swimming pool and the surrounding sundeck, which is furnished with chaises, you can watch as boats sail by on the Intracoastal. The Palms of Treasure Island has its own dock on the waterway. Even if you don’t boat or fish you’ll enjoy watching the playful dolphins and manatees that frequent the area.
On the other side of the Palms of Treasure Island complex, across the street and a few yards past is Treasure Island Beach. You can walk there from your condo in less than 5 minutes. When you’re not frolicking in the Gulf of Mexico you can gather seashells or play volleyball at one of the nets; there’s even a play area for the kids.
There’s so much to love about the Palms of Treasure Island 101, much more than we can describe here. You’ll just have to experience it for yourself! Book your stay today, and get ready for the Florida vacation you’ve dreamed of.