The spectacular views of the Intracoastal Waterway are just one reason you’ll love the Palms of Treasure Island 107. Others include its proximity to Treasure Island Beach and the Gulf of Mexico (you can walk there in less than 5 minutes!), the complex’s solar-heated pool, and the condo’s 2 bedrooms, one of which has a jetted tub in its private bathroom.
Location is definitely a big part of the Palms of Treasure Island 107’s appeal. The complex not only overlooks the Intracoastal, but it has its fishing pier on the bay as well. You’ll enjoy walking along the waterway, watching the dolphins and manatees cavort among the cruising boats. The complex’s pool faces the Intracoastal; when you’re not swimming you can laze on the sundeck surrounding the pool and gaze out at the bay from your chaise as palm trees sway in the breeze.
Treasure Island Beach and the Gulf of Mexico are just a block away. Despite the sugary white sands, volleyball nets, play area, and paved walkway, this is one of the less frequented beaches in the area—and those who have discovered it are happy to keep it that way! When you’re not playing volleyball, flying kites, searching for seashells, or picnicking on the sand, you can swim, canoe, paddleboard, kayak, parasail, or race jet skis in the Gulf.
Should you want a change of pace from sun, sand, and sea, you can drive to St. Petersburg in less than a half-hour. That’s because the Palms of Treasure Island is only a few blocks from a causeway connecting the island to the mainland. The Dalí Museum, the Sunken Gardens, the Chihuly Collection, and more are only a short drive away.
As for the Palms of Treasure Island 107 itself, you’ll be delighted by how bright and comfortable it is. Stretching the width of the unit is a covered balcony overlooking the lushly landscaped grounds toward the Intracoastal. Furnished with a dining table and chairs, the balcony is an ideal spot for sipping coffee while watching the sunrise over the waterway and for lingering over drinks in the moonlight. Meals eaten out here, no matter how simple, will seem extra special thanks to the salt-kissed air.
The sliding glass doors that connect the balcony to the living area also allow you to admire the view even while you kick back on the sofa or armchair. When you’re not watching seabirds soar across the sky you can watch a movie on the flat-screen TV or surf the web via the free WiFi. The sofa, by the way, converts to a bed for 2, enabling the Palms of Treasure Island 107 to sleep 6 guests in all.
Just beyond the sitting area is a breakfast bar that seats 4 and, on the other side of that, the fully equipped kitchen. Appliances, gadgets, cookware, tableware: The kitchen has it all. Even if you eat most of your meals at one of the many nearby restaurants—or at the complex’s barbecue area, which offers charcoal grills and picnic tables—you’ll appreciate having a fridge to keep milk and juice cold, a blender to mix milkshakes or margaritas, and a coffeemaker for your morning wake-me-up cup. Alongside the kitchen is a convenient washer and dryer.
Each of the Palms of Treasure Island 107’s 2 bedrooms is a suite, with its own bathroom as well as a flat-screen TV. The master suite includes a sumptuous king-size bed and, in its bathroom, a pampering jetted tub along with a shower. The 2nd bedroom has a queen-size bed and sliding glass doors that open onto the balcony (perfect for a late-night rendezvous with your sweetheart under the stars).
The Palms of Treasure Island 107 makes it easy to relish everything the St. Petersburg area has to offer. See for yourself; book your stay today!