The Palms of Treasure Island 204 is located next to the Intracoastal Waterway and a block from Treasure Island Beach and the Gulf of Mexico. That alone is enough to make the 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo a hot commodity. Add to that a solar-heated pool, a private balcony, a jetted tub in one of the bathrooms, and easy access to St. Petersburg and the rest of the mainland, and you have the makings of a dream vacation come true.
The living/dining area of the Palms of Treasure Island 204 was furnished with relaxation in mind. Stretch out on the couch and watch a movie on the flat-screen TV; perch on one of the comfortably padded stools at the breakfast bar and surf the web via the free WiFi; curl up in an armchair with a book; sprawl out on the carpet with the kids and build a Lego fort. In other words, make yourself right at home.
In addition to the breakfast bar, which seats 4 people, there’s a dining table that also accommodates 4. When you’re not enjoying meals here, bring out your Monopoly board or a jigsaw puzzle. In fact, you’ll probably take most of your meals out on the spacious covered balcony, which has its own dining table and chairs. Even a simple meal of grilled cheese and tomato soup seems like a feast when savored outdoors among the fresh sea air.
Of course, you’re not limited to cooking simple meals at the Palms of Treasure Island 204. The kitchen is outfitted with a full array of appliances, cookware, and tableware, along with ample counter space and storage so that it can handle a Thanksgiving feast as easily as it can a batch of margaritas to sip on the balcony. The kitchen includes a dishwasher (after all, who wants to scrub plates when the beach is merely steps away), and off the kitchen, you'll find a washer and a dryer for added convenience.
Each of the condo’s 2 bedrooms includes a queen-size bed flanked by nightstands with lamps (perfect for reading in bed), a flat-screen TV, and plentiful storage. Just as important, there’s a full bathroom for each bedroom. The en-suite master bathroom has a luxurious bonus: a roomy jetted tub. Should extra guests come by, the living area’s sofa converts into a bed for 2.
Amenities aren’t limited to unit 204. The Palms of Treasure Island complex has a swimming pool with broad steps for easy access. Surrounding the pool is a sundeck furnished with chaises for lounging on after your swim. From the pool and patio you can look out at the Intracoastal and the boats sailing by. You’ll love strolling along the waterway, which is a popular spot for dolphins and manatees. (Be sure to have a camera handy!) The complex also has a barbecue area, outfitted with charcoal grills and picnic tables.
Just beyond the complex are Treasure Island Beach and the Gulf of Mexico. You can walk there in less than 5 minutes! While others are still loading up their cars, sitting in traffic, or hunting for parking, you’ll be staking out a prime spot on the sugary white sands, swimming, paddleboarding, canoeing, parasailing, racing jet skis, kayaking, playing volleyball, flying kites, gathering seashells, building sandcastles… You get the idea!
The Palms of Treasure Island 204 is just a few miles away from John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk, home to restaurants, shops, the Alligator Attraction, and every October, the must-visit Seafood Festival. What’s more, in less than a half-hour you can drive to St. Petersburg, home to the Dalí Museum, the Chihuly Collection, and Weedon Island Preserve, among other attractions.
Sounds perfect, doesn’t it? So book your stay at the Palms of Treasure Island 204 today—before someone else beats you to it!