This condo is located on the 3rd floor of a Caribbean style resort. The gulf front condominium has two bedrooms each with a private bath, plus bunk room with a 1/2 bath. It overlooks the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico, elegantly furnished and decorated. Also, this 3rd floor unit is conveniently accessible to walk the stairs instead of waiting for the elevator. You can park on the 3rd level covered parking deck for the short walk to this unit without taking stairs or elevators.
The living room has a 42 inch plasma HD flat screen TV on the wall and is beautifully furnished. Stand alone Craig system for IPOD. It has a large granite counter with bar stools for eating between the kitchen and living room. The kitchen is well stocked. I have large side by side refrigerator and a Kuerig coffee maker. The balcony has a table and 4 chairs.
The master bedroom has a king size bed with private bath, 32 inch television with DVD player, and a radio which allows you to use your own IPOD for music.
The first guest bedroom has a queen size bed with private bath, television with DVD player.
The bunk area has 2 beds with half bath connected. Located in semi private hall.
The Shores of Panama Resort is one of the most spectacular developments on Panama City Beach. A resort unlike any other with such beautiful exterior details and impressive modern architecture. It will be the ultimate vacation destination with its top-notch multi-million dollar planned amenities: Three million-dollar lagoon style pools includes waterfalls, fountains, 2 Tiki bars and exotic tropical landscaping, large indoor glassed heated pool, spa, sauna and steam rooms, fitness center, concierge service, electronic game room, video bank, party and media room, high speed internet and many more. The Conde Nast Travel Magazine Feb. 2006 issue honored Panama City Beach in its list of the best beaches in America.
You are 4 miles from Pier Park and SOP guest can play golf at Bay Point, or you can go to St Andrews' Bay Park to snorkel - all are 3-4 miles away.
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