At the Palms of Treasure Island 308, you can make your dreams of waterfront living come true. From your private balcony you’ll have a front-row view of the Intracoastal Waterway; along with boats sailing past and seabirds flying above, you might see dolphins and manatees playing in the sparkling waters. What’s more, from the condo you can walk to pristine Treasure Island Beach and the Gulf of Mexico in less than 5 minutes. Swimming, surf-fishing, canoeing, kayaking, paddleboarding, bodysurfing, racing jet skis: They’re all just beyond your front door. And if that’s not enough aquatic fun for you, the Palms of Treasure Island has its own solar-heated pool. Broad steps provide easy access, and the surrounding patio is furnished with chaises so that you can luxuriate in the sunshine as palm trees rustle in the salt-kissed breeze. This is what a Florida vacation is all about!
The Palms of Treasure Island 308 includes 2 bedrooms, each with a queen-size bed, a flat-screen TV, and a private bathroom. As a result, the condo can accommodate 2 couples as comfortably as it can a family. What’s more, the living area sofa opens into another bed for 2, enabling the unit to sleep 6 people in all. One of the bathrooms, by the way, includes a jetted tub as well as a shower. When you return from a day of fishing, boating, or sightseeing, you’ll relish a long, restorative soak among its massaging waters.
Spacious and sunny, the living/dining area is designed for relaxation. The well-cushioned sofa and chairs provide enough seating for everyone to kick back and watch a movie on the flat-screen TV with cable, or you can sprawl out on the carpet and play Candyland with the kids. Because sliding glass doors connect the living area to the covered balcony, you can look out over the Intracoastal even while you’re inside.
The balcony is furnished with a dining table and chairs, so you can bring your meals outdoors and eat among the lush breezes. Another alfresco option is to cook and eat at the Palms of Treasure Island’s barbecue area. Along with charcoal grills, it is outfitted with picnic tables. If you reel in any fish while coasting along the Intracoastal or sailing the gulf on a charter, you can cook it up out here.
Prefer to eat indoors? The Palms of Treasure Island 308 has an indoor dining area with a table that seats 4 and an adjacent breakfast bar with stools for 4 more. The breakfast bar is also a handy spot to set up your laptop and take advantage of the complimentary WiFi or to help the chef prepare a meal. The kitchen, located on the other side of the breakfast bar, is equipped with all the major appliances and plenty of minor ones, including a blender, a toaster, and a coffeemaker. You’ll find a full array of gadgets, cookware, and tableware too, plus a dishwasher. After all, when the beach is practically across the street, you don’t want to waste time washing up. And speaking of time-savers, the unit has its own washer and dryer too.
You’ll be glad to have the extra time, because there’s so much to see and do. In addition to the pleasures of the beach, there’s John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk just a few miles away; it’s home to restaurants, shops, the Alligator Attraction, and every October, the must-visit Seafood Festival. Plenty of fishing charters leave from here too. Numerous golf courses—and mini-golf arcades—are just a short drive away, and in less than a half-hour you can drive to St. Petersburg, home to the Dalí Museum, the Chihuly Collection, the Sunken Gardens, and Weedon Island Preserve, among other attractions.
At the Palms of Treasure Island 308 you can enjoy sand, surf, sun, and easy access to plenty of activities and attractions. So what are you waiting for? Book your stay today!