|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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--Affordable Two Bedroom Beachfront Condo Nestled away along the pristine beaches of Sunset Beach in beautiful Treasure Island. Clean and Comfortable.
--Sunset Chateau condo has beachfront access with a heated pool, beachfront picnic areas, a spacious beachfront balcony with plenty of room to sit out and enjoy the free daily dolphin show or the incredible sunsets.
--Condo is complete set of bath towels, beach towels, linens, and kitchenware.
--The master bedroom has a king size bed and private bath.
--The second bedroom is furnished with two twin size beds.
--New kitchen with all new appliances, coffee maker and other small appliances.
--The spacious living room is well furnished with plenty of comfortable seating and cable TV with DVD player and includes a queen size sleep sofa.
Located within walking distance of some great restaurants, shopping, and just a short trolley ride up to John's Pass Village. Away from the main crowds and noise, the beach here is quiet, calm, and beautiful.
Free Fun Program Available for stays on and after May 1, 2017. Free Fun Program not eligible for stays over 28 days.
We had a wonderful stay at this lovely, gulf-front condo with outstanding views! We were lulled to sleep each night with the sounds of waves and soothing breezes. The condo was on the 5th floor and had a great balcony to sit on and watch the sunsets each night. The residents and guests were both friendly and quiet. We swam daily in the heated pool and walked for miles on the soft sand beach. Caddy's on the beach is a short walk to the north and had drinks and a variety of burgers, fish and salads. The condo was very clean and spacious and stocked well with all the items we needed. As other guests have noted, the decor is dated but the pictures showed this and we found everything comfortable and meeting our needs. This is a perfect place to go if you are looking to relax and to enjoy the Florida gulf. I would suggest you bring beach chairs but beach towels are provided. There is a Publix grocery store close by and several restaurants to choose from. We loved Sweet Sage for breakfast. The condo has nice picnic tables and grills on the beach. Our deposit was refunded promptly and the manager of this property was prompt in answering and questions. Perfect vacation! Pam
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Our family of 4 (2 kids - 9 & 12) stayed here just 4 days. We felt this place had some pros and some cons.
- right on the beach
- great view of sunsets
- beautiful and relatively quiet area
- good shell collecting
- plenty of sleeping space (and space in general) for our family of 4
- kids each had their own twin bed
- the place was reasonably clean
- Response for repairs was prompt*
- things were mostly clean
- The place is stocked with beach towels, chairs for the beach, 3 chairs for the balcony, lots of sand toys, books, etc.
- The place is dated (but it's still quaint)
- There was not enough places to hang towels and swim suits to dry in the master bath (didn't pay much attention to the kids bath)
- The airflow in the master bedroom/bathroom was not great (but it was still comfortable in there as long as we left the doors open).
- The fan in the bathroom, doesn't appear to suck out the steam and humidity, it only sucks the air through a filter and back into the room.
- The air conditioner broke down on Easter Sunday*
- The hair dryer only works on low
- The kitchen sink has a smell when you run the water.
- Screens are missing or have holes in them.
- Windows don't open well
- Windows don't lock!!!
- The vertical blinds on the windows in the master bedroom, don't really provide adequate privacy, and one of the blinds kept falling off (we noticed the end where it was supposed to attach had broke previously, and someone had created a hole on the other end to hang it from).
When we arrived (about an hour early), maintenance was fixing an issue with the screen door (which was resolved by later that evening or the next day - can't remember). The place was relatively clean, but just felt a bit dated and worn. There were some stains on the furniture. The kitchen sink drain smells when you run water. The one glass we pulled out to use was dirty. After that, we bought disposable plates, cups and plastic ware.
The people around us all seemed very friendly. We did have one instance of a man yelling in the middle of the night to let him into the elevator. This condo is on the 5th floor, but he was loud enough (where ever he was) to wake us up. We just ignored him.
We had been gone all afternoon to visit family on Easter. When we came back, the air conditioner had stopped cooling the air, so it was hot in the unit. It was evening. We called maintenance and someone came right over. Unfortunately, it needed a professional, and being Easter, we had to wait until the next day. Fortunately, it was cool enough in the evenings to open the windows and have it be a fairly comfortable temperature, but some of the windows wouldn't stay open, some didn't have any screens, and the screen in the kids room had big holes in it. We ended up having to close their window (which provided the cross-ventilation) due to noise from the places across the street from that room and bugs coming in through the holes. There were no ceiling fans, and maintenance didn't have any fans to provide to us.
Someone did come the next day, and fixed the air conditioner. Fortunately, we happened to stick around our place that day because no one from the management company had come to let this maintenance person in, and I just happened to see him when I looked up from the beach. However, then we had to give up part of our last vacation day to stick around while it was being fixed. They did get it fixed though, so that is the good news.
We didn't do any major meal prep. Just used the microwave a couple of times, and the fridge. The kitchen is pretty small, but seems fine (not a lot of counter space). We never all sat at the table at one time either. Not because we thought we couldn't, just because we didn't have any big meals there.
The beds felt comfortable. One of the twin beds was very noisy when you moved on it though.
All-in-all, it was a decent stay, but I feel like we were overcharged, especially given the issues we had.
Right on the beach
Why go to a hotel
Had a wonderful family vacation here. The owners were so nice and super quick to answer any questions we had. Nice and cozy condo and the beach was not crowded. Very pleased.
The condo was in a great location and I wasn't expecting a super nice place but was more interested in being right on the beach.
The master bedroom gets barely any airflow from the a/c unit but the rest of the condo was very comfortable.
I would stay again if the master bedroom wasn't a sauna, but everything else was fine.
Short walk to beach was nice. Beds & pillows were horrible. Shower mold was bad. They had to fix the leaky shower that kept me up the first night & replaced the horribly molded shower curtain. Master bedroom was hot & couldn't be fixed. Brought my own toiletries but didn't know to bring a hair dryer. Blinds in master wouldn't completely close which was awkward when it got dark. People were constantly walking past the room at night & in the morning when I was trying to sleep. After all the fees it came to $221 a night. Terrible value for the money except for proximity to beach. The manager told me he would discount the room because of all the problems we had but all we got was a $50 gift card. Will never come back & do not recommend at all. I do recommend the owners get rid of grandma's old blue recliner in the master. Would do wonders to update the place. Also, the beach isn't very kid friendly with the local older man in a g-string with a bikini top that comes by twice a day, among other things.
This place was wonderful! Views of the beach and dolphin watching priceless. We knew going in that the place needed updating so we did not have high expectations. We had a wonderful stay. Neighbours were very friendly. The sun umbrella did not work. Would definitely come again.
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Explore pristine Florida beaches in the St. Petersburg area, home to Madeira Beach and Treasure Island. Pick from houses, condos and cottages, and get ready to enjoy sugar white sand and warm breezes. Vacations in the St. Petersburg area offer abundant outdoor recreation – on and off the water – a lively arts scene, and award-winning restaurants.
Madeira Beach, located west of St. Petersburg is home to John's Pass Village and Boardwalk, a fun attraction for all ages. John's Pass, or the Pass to locals, offers top dining and nightlife options, family-friendly attractions, shopping and water sports. While walking the 1,100-foot boardwalk, see alligators at The Alligator Attraction and dolphins playing in the Gulf's waters. Walk into dozens of unique shops that sell everything from beachwear to shells to find the perfect souvenir or gift.
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