Paddleboard in the turquoise Gulf of Mexico. Fish along the Intracoastal Waterway as dolphins and manatees frolic. Swim in a solar-heated pool or laze on the sugary sands of Treasure Island Beach. Drive to the museums of St. Petersburg in less than a half-hour. When you stay at the Palms of Treasure Island 104 you can do all that—and so much more.
The Palms of Treasure Island sits next to the Intracoastal; in fact, the condo complex has its own fishing pier on the waterway. You don‘t need to set sail, however, to appreciate the sunrises casting the water in a golden glow, to wave at the boats sailing past, or perhaps best of all, to watch the playful dolphins and manatees that make the waterway their home.
You can savor the view from the sundeck that surrounds the complex’s pool. The pool features broad steps for easy access, and the sundeck is furnished with chaises where you can dry off after your swim. The impeccably manicured grounds also boast a barbecue area with charcoal grills and picnic tables, so that you can cook and dine alfresco.
The balcony of your 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo is equally conducive to outdoor dining. Running the width of the Palms of Treasure Island 104 and covered to offer a respite from the midsummer heat, the balcony is furnished with a table and chairs. Before turning in for the night, relax out here among the salt-kissed breezes, the gently rustling palm trees, and the silvery moonlight. Quiet moments like these are often a vacation’s most magical.
The Palms of Treasure Island 104 has an indoor dining table as well, which seats 6, along with a breakfast bar with 4 well-cushioned leather stools. When you’re not snacking at the bar, it’s a handy place to set up your laptop and take advantage of the free WiFi. On one side of the breakfast bar is the living area, furnished with comfortable seating so that everyone can hang out together and watch a movie on the flat-screen TV. The sofa, by the way, opens into a bed for 2, should unexpected guests stop by.
On the other side of the breakfast bar is the fully outfitted kitchen. One of the key advantages to vacationing in a condo rather than a hotel is being able to prepare meals and snacks whenever you want, and unit 104’s kitchen has all the appliances, gadgets, cookware, and tableware you’ll need. There’s plenty of counter space too (nobody wants to prepare a holiday feast in cramped quarters) plus a dishwasher. Just beyond the kitchen is another timesaver: a washer and dryer.
Each of unit 104’s bedrooms include a queen-size bed, a flat-screen TV, ample storage, and restful decor. A great night’s sleep is almost guaranteed! There’s a full bathroom for each bedroom, so you can indulge in a lengthy primping session without a line forming in the hallway. The en-suite master bathroom includes a pampering bonus: a jetted tub. You’ll really appreciate its restorative waters after an action-packed day.
To reach Treasure Island Beach and the Gulf of Mexico, you simply have to cross the street and walk less than 5 minutes. Those in the know love this beach for its sparkling white sand, volleyball nets, play area, and paved walkway—and despite its beauty, it’s less crowded than most of the neighboring beaches.
Only a few miles away is John’s Pass Village, a former fishing village now home to shops and restaurants; it’s also a launching point for numerous fishing charters and boat tours. And because the Palms of Treasure Island is just a few blocks from a causeway to the mainland, you can drive to the Dalí Museum, Tropicana Field, and other attractions of St. Petersburg in less than a half-hour.
The Palms of Treasure Island 104 is an ideal home base for a Florida vacation you’ll long remember. Don’t miss out; book your stay today.