When you stay at the Palms of Treasure Island 106, the living is easy. There’s a swimming pool right on the condo complex’s grounds. Just beyond it is the famed Intracoastal Waterway, along with the complex’s private fishing pier; you’re likely to spy playful dolphins and manatees out here. Only a block away are Treasure Island Beach and the Gulf of Mexico; you can walk there in 2 minutes. And because the complex is just a few blocks from the causeway connecting the island to the mainland, you can drive to attractions-packed St. Petersburg in less than a half-hour.
The convenient location isn’t the only reason to love the Palms of Treasure Island 106, however. The 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo was designed with rest and relaxation in mind. The living/dining/kitchen area, for instance, is decorated in soothing neutrals that will put you right at ease, especially after a day on the go. Stretch out on the sofa and watch a movie on the flat-screen TV with cable, kick back in the recliner with a good book, gather around the dining table for a game with the kids: In other words, make yourself right at home.
Large windows let in plenty of sunshine. So do the sliding glass doors that connect the living area to the covered balcony, which is furnished with a table and chairs. Bring your morning coffee outside and watch herons soar across the sky; step outside at night and try to count the stars twinkling above. Perhaps best of all, dine out on the balcony amid the salt-kissed sea breezes—this is what a Florida getaway is all about. Another option for alfresco dining is the Palms of Treasure island’s barbecue area. Whether it’s fresh-caught grouper or steak from the supermarket a block away, it’ll taste even better cooked on one of the complex’s charcoal grills and savored at a picnic table on the beautifully manicured grounds.
Of course, you can dine inside as well. There’s the table that seats 6 people, plus a breakfast bar with room for 4 more. If you’re having friends over, all this seating will certainly come in handy. The breakfast bar is also a convenient spot for setting up your laptop and taking advantage of the free WiFi.
The kitchen is on the other side of the breakfast bar. Its stainless-steel appliances, wealth of cookware and tableware, and generous counter space might inspire you to new culinary heights. And if not, you’ll still appreciate having a coffeemaker to brew a cup anytime you want, a fridge to keep milk, juice, and restaurant leftovers cold, and a blender for mixing smoothies in the morning or daiquiris at night.
Both bedrooms showcase a sumptuous king-size bed and a flat-screen TV, making the Palms of Treasure Island 106 as well suited for 2 couples as it is for a family. Each bedroom has its own flat-screen TV as well as ample storage. The master suite benefits from sliding glass doors that open onto the balcony and from a private bathroom. What’s more, the en-suite bathroom includes a combination jetted tub/shower. A long soak among the bubbling waters is the perfect end to an action-packed day.
There’s a 2nd full bathroom as well, so you won’t have to wait on line to take a shower. In addition, the living area sofa converts into another bed for 2, enabling the Palms of Treasure Island 106 to sleep as many as 6 people. When you arrive, you’ll find the beds beautifully made up, plenty of clean towels for both bathrooms, and extra bedding ready and waiting; no need to load up your luggage with linens from home. In fact, because the unit has its own washer and dryer, you can pack lighter than usual.
As we said, the living is easy here at the Palms of Treasure Island 106. Experience its pleasures for yourself; book your stay today.