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Recent Treasure Island reviews

  • pleasant place to stay

    "Pieces of Eight was just what I was looking-for - an economical place to stay with the basic needs for home-style living. The motels in the under $100.00/day category are mostly dumps and you only get a bed(s) and a bathroom. I have visited this area many times over the years and places like this along the beach are pushing their prices too high. Our accommodations were small, but clean and we had everything we needed there,: a bed for two in a bedroom and a pull-out couch in the living/dining area. The fridge and stove worked and we had all the dishes, pots and pans we could use as well as small appliances. The TV was small but where you sit is so close it doesn't matter :-) and there was a working PVR there so that I could record any shows I wanted to watch later. The two air conditioners worked well and were more than enough to cool-off this there were three ceiling fans to help move the air. Water pressure was good. I liked the courtyard and the shade that the trees provided. There was a BBQ available in the second courtyard, along with a table and chairs....unfortunately it was so hot the week we were there that I couldn't bear to use them! The only thing that I suggest is that Steve have some ventilation installed in the bathroom, to pull-out all that moisture from people having a shower. That will help the a/c unit in the bedroom do its job without working 'over-time'. Owner Steve was around every day working around the place and always available for help or just a talk. If something like a light bulb needs replacing when Steve is not around and you don't mind doing it yourself, just go to the laundry room and get one; there are supplies in there. It was handy having the beach right across the street. There are few good restaurants within a reasonable walking distance or a less-than-five-minute drive, and two really good places for ice cream. So, if you don't require all-new hotel-style furniture and amenities or a large living space, Pieces of Eight is a good place to stay at a reasonable price."
    Guest: Ken W. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 12, 2016
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  • Great stay!

    "We just returned from a 3 night stay at Tropic Terrace in #29. From the initial booking, the owner, Barb Walch , was welcoming and helpful. Very easy to book and check in/out. The office and resort's staff were friendly as well. The condo was clean, well decorated, comfortable and had everything needed for our stay. All we had to do was get groceries and hit the beach! The owners even included 2 beach chairs, an umbrella, and some toys for the kids to use during our stay. This was so helpful, as we were packed tight for a long week in Florida having visited Universal Studios early in the week. Just knowing we didn't have to bring these items from home was a relief. The view from the dining table area was wonderful, and the walk to the beach was quick. King size bed in the bedroom and sofa bed in the living room were spacious an comfortable. The condo complex was clean, very cute and had a retro feel. Lawn and grassy area, as well as landscaping was well kept and pretty. Pool area is modern, clean, and the warm water was great. Pool 9am-9pm hours are perfect to avoid disturbing others, but the complex overall was quiet and peaceful our entire stay. We used the grill, and rec room for ping pong and ice, as well as the laundry area. Never has issues after hours using codes to unlock the doors to common areas. Felt very safe and quiet, also close to shopping and restaurants. Beautiful beach area was clean, not crowded at all, and while we didn't travel very far along the paved beach walkway it seems like a perfect way to get around the area. This was our first trip to Treasure Island. We really enjoyed our stay and can't wait to come back. I'd highly recommend TropicTerrace, and #29 specifically. It was a great value and perfect way to finish off our vacation in Florida!"
    Guest: Becky W. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 6, 2016
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  • Affordable and comfortable, great views!

    "My fiance and I stayed here recently from a Tuesday-Monday. The room itself is accurately described in the pictures, however I think there should also be a picture of the bathroom and sink area so future guests can see what it looks like. The room is small but comfortable for 2-3 people or a couple and their small child. I don't think it would be comfortable for groups over 3 people. The room is stocked with thoughtful items like extra beach towels, chairs, an iron, and binoculars. The kitchenette is rather small but has all the items you would need to cook at home versus spending more money on eating out. The only downside is, the unit does not have an oven. We knew this before arriving, so we brought our own toaster oven from home that's big enough to fit a pizza. The unit does have a small toaster oven for bread slices only. The bed was big but the pillows are very flat and uncomfortable. I suggest bringing your own from home. The balcony was fantastic and has great views of the sunsets! There is a tiki bar downstairs that was a hot spot but I found them to have overpriced drinks. The unit does have a blender if you like making frozen mixed drinks. We did have a problem with the A.C. unit one afternoon, it would not blow cold air out. We let Debra (the property manager) know and she helped us solve the problem efficiently! There is also a company that rents out beach chairs and umbrellas directly on the beach next to the hotel, $20 for chairs and umbrella for 3 hours. We did this several days in a row and really enjoyed it because it was HOT outside. There is limited parking at the hotel itself, but the hotel owns a parking lot right across the street in case you can't find a spot at the hotel itself. There were many recommendations to eat at Sloppy Joes, Ricky T's, and Caddy's on the Beach but unfortunately every time we drove by these restaurants they were always super packed! Our favorite restaurant by far was Thai Star (Thai & Sushi) that's a short drive over the John's Pass bridge near Madeira Beach. We also went to John's Pass to do a little shopping as well and they have lots of stores and restaurants. Overall, we had a pleasant stay and it was great to be SO close to the beach with a great balcony. Debra is very easy to work with and communicates quickly."
    Guest: Ashley H. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 27, 2016
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  • Cozy Getaway Near the Sun & Sand

    "The Nest in Sunset Cove had adorable decor that certainly gives you the feeling of staying in a beach retreat. Everything was clean, up-to-date and worth the price. All of the linens and kitchen equipment were available. The owners were very helpful in getting us setup and providing details on our arrangements. Access to the beach was a simple trek across the parking lot. The owners graciously supply renters with chairs, towels, fishing equipment, toys, and all the goodies you may need for spending days on the beach. If you're not a beachcomber, the pool area is welcoming and a great place to relax in the Florida sun. We've stayed in the complex before and have never had a bad experience. Few helpful hints to anyone staying at the Nest: *Be sure to visit the Ka'Tiki bar which is a short walk down the street *Take your own toilet paper, paper towels & trash bags for the apartment *Publix is a great food market that's a short drive away *Witnessing at least one sunset on the beach is a must!"
    Guest: Carrie M. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 21, 2016
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