A 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo that sleeps 6, the Palms of Treasure Island 407 makes it easy to savor everything that Florida has to offer. Just steps from the beach and the Gulf of Mexico, it overlooks the famed Intracoastal Waterway and is less than a half-hour by car from the many attractions of St. Petersburg. Swimming, fishing, museum hopping, lazing by a pool: When you stay here, you can do all that and more.
From your 4th-floor condo you’ll have a glorious view of the complex’s pool, the Intracoastal, and Paradise Island on the other side of the waterway. A large covered bay-front balcony is accessible via the living area and one of the master suites. Furnished with a dining table and chairs, the balcony is a wonderful spot for starting your day with coffee and toast while relishing the sunrise. It’s also ideal for ending your evening with drinks while marveling at the star-studded sky.
You can gaze out at the seabirds soaring over the water even as you kick back on the living room sofa, thanks to the large glass doors that connect the balcony to the room. There’s a flat-screen TV with cable, plus free WiFi so you can stream movies or catch up on email. Just behind the living area is a breakfast bar that seats 4, for those rare occasions when you don’t want to dine on the balcony. Other dining options include the complex’s barbecue area. If you reel in any trout or mackerel while sailing along the Intracoastal (the complex has its own fishing pier!) or on one of the myriad gulf charters, you can cook it up on a charcoal grill and dine alfresco at a picnic table among the beautifully manicured grounds.
Of course, there are myriad restaurants nearby as well, if your ideal vacation entails no cooking at all. But whether you plan to prepare nightly feasts or make nightly reservations, you’re sure to appreciate having a kitchen at your disposal. The kitchen of the Palms of Treasure Island 407 includes a full array of appliances, gadgets, cookware, and tableware, so you can brew coffee, mix margaritas, or heat up restaurant leftovers whenever you want.
Each of unit 407’s bedrooms could be considered a master suite, with its own bathroom, a flat-screen TV, and ample storage among its amenities. One bedroom includes a king-size bed and, in its bathroom, a jetted tub as well as a shower. The 2nd bedroom has a queen-size bed and direct access to the balcony. If you stay in here, you can step outside to watch the sunrise over the Intracoastal without waking the others—or you can admire it from the cozy comfort of bed. Should you have additional guests, you can put them up in the living area; the sofa opens into another bed for 2.
The Palms of Treasure Island has its own solar-heated swimming pool, surrounded by a patio outfitted with chaises for lounging among the palm trees rustling in the breeze. And then there’s pristine Treasure Island Beach, renowned for its sugary sands, paved walkway, and volleyball nets. You can walk from your condo to the beach, and the Gulf of Mexico, in less than 5 minutes!
Not only is the Palms of Treasure Island close to the beach, but it’s also just a few blocks from the Treasure Island Causeway, which connects to the mainland. That means you can easily drive to the Dalí Museum, the Sunken Gardens, the Chihuly Collection, and scores of other St. Petersburg attractions.
Whether you prefer activities that will get your adrenaline pumping (parasailing, anyone?), sightseeing and other urbane activities or lazing in the sunshine, you’ll love staying at the Palms of Treasure Island 407. Don’t miss out; make your reservation today!