The Palms of Treasure Island 307 has everything you need for a family vacation in Florida: a swimming pool alongside the Intracoastal Waterway; the beach and the Gulf of Mexico just a 2-minute walk away; a fully equipped kitchen; a jetted tub; free WiFi; a spacious balcony; and a location that allows you to drive to St. Petersburg in less than a half-hour. Why would you stay anywhere else?
As soon as you step into the Palms of Treasure Island 307, you might want to make a beeline to the covered balcony. The view is simply spectacular: palm trees swaying in the salt-kissed breeze and the gentle turquoise waters of the Intracoastal, with Paradise Island just beyond. The balcony is furnished with a dining table and chairs so that you can spend much of your stay out here. Wake up early to catch the sunrise; eat dinner while watching dolphins bob among the boats; enjoy a romantic nightcap beneath a canopy of stars.
Or you might want to make your first order of business a long, pampering soak in the master bathroom’s jetted tub. The massaging jets of water will revitalize you after a day of travel—as well as after a day of swimming, parasailing, fishing, or sightseeing.
In addition to the combination shower/jetted tub in its private bathroom, the master suite offers a luxurious king-size bed. The room invites you to turn in early and sleep late. So does the 2nd bedroom, which features a queen-size bed. Both bedrooms include a flat-screen TV with cable. And while the 2nd bedroom doesn’t have a private bathroom—though there is a 2nd bathroom right down the hall—it makes up for that with glass doors that open directly onto the balcony. You’ll be able to watch seabirds soar across the sky while remaining nestled under the covers.
The living area of the Palms of Treasure Island 307 also opens directly onto the balcony. The sofa is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the view—and if you have unexpected guests, it can open into a bed for 2, allowing the condo to sleep 6 people in all. Whether you’re looking onto the waterway, watching TV, reading to the little ones, or checking your emails and Facebook feed, you’ll feel right at home here.
Although dining out is often a vacation highlight, sometimes it’s more relaxing and budget-friendly to eat in. The condo’s kitchen is equipped with all the appliances, gadgets, cookware, and tableware you’ll need. If you don’t want to dine on the balcony, you can gather at the breakfast bar, which seats 4. Another dining option is to head to the Palms of Treasure Island’s barbecue area. Not only can you cook burgers, kabobs, or fish you reeled in yourself on a charcoal grill, but you can also savor your meal on a picnic table among the palm trees.
More palm trees can be found by the solar-heated pool. After your swim, dry off on one of the poolside chaises, then stroll along the Intracoastal for a close-up look at the dolphins and manatees that frequent the waters.
Or walk across the street and head to Treasure Island Beach and the Gulf of Mexico. Because your condo is so close, you can head to and from the beach anytime and as often as you like. At least once during your stay be sure to catch the sunset over the gulf—it’s a sight you’ll long remember.
The Palms of Treasure Island is just a few blocks from a causeway leading to the mainland. That means you can drive to Tropicana Field, the Dalí Museum, and other St. Petersburg attractions in a half-hour. And in only 5 minutes you can drive to John’s Pass Village, home to shops, restaurants, the Alligator Attraction, and docks where you can catch fishing charters and boat tours.
One thing’s for certain: When you stay at the Palms of Treasure Island 307, you’ll never be bored! Book your stay today and get ready to make memories that will last a lifetime.