|Space||1,000 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 - 5 nights|
--Nicely furnished and perfect for a family vacation. Two beachfront staterooms connected as one unit.
--Two full size balconies facing West to enjoy sunset watching, people watching, dolphin watching, or simply relaxing. Premium new tile throughout, for a clean and cool feel.
--Family area to rest after a long day at the beach with a beach view and flatscreen TV.
--Beautiful solid wood king size bed in the main room
--Second room features a queen size bed with a second queen size bed in the upgraded-mattress pull out sofa.
--The two full bathrooms are completed with plenty of upgraded bath and beach towels for your use. Enclosed bathroom and separate vanity for added privacy.
--The kitchenette includes a full-size refrigerator and two burner stove, and there are free gas-grills along the beach for your additional cooking needs. The kitchen is fully stocked with pots, pans, cooking utensils, flatware, coffee maker, toaster and blender.
--Laundry room available at resort. Just across the street, we have a private dock on the bay for guests where you can pull up to on your boat, or spend a few hours with your fishing pole. Free high-speed WiFi.
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Wonderfully clean accommodations steps from the beach, restaurants and shopping. We had a blast!
Stayed here for Thanksgiving weekend, my 5th time in Treasure Island. I love the area. Very chill and relaxing. Touristy, but not super touristy. The beach is amazing and the view from the condo... perfect. and unobstructed. I loved that there are two balconies off the unit and there is a Tiki Bar by the pool on the property. Walking distance to Caddy's on the Beach and Ka'Tiki and 7/11. The condo is decent, but if you're going to Florida hopefully you're not spending too much time inside. I have no complaints!
Our trip was not ruined by our room, it was ruined by Hermine , the room was pretty nice, could use a few more updates to make it better but over all a nice place to stay. The view is priceless , it's so close to the beach and the balcony is in a perfect position to enjoy it all. The beds are nice and linens are clean, the floor however isn't being cleaned properly , as it turned my feet black on day one. I'd give this place a rate of 8 out of 10
There is not better beach access from a hotel on Treasure Island. I feel the price was reasonable for our 2 room condo, but don't expect luxury. The couch was ripped, the towels and sheets not great quality, and our feet were black from the dirty tile floor. That said, we will stay there again. The location is fantastic and we weren't in the room that much to begin with. The pool was very nice too. I recommend this property as long as you understand it is not luxurious.
Condo was just as described. Kids enjoyed all the beach stuff provided. Easy to find and quiet at night. If you are just looking for a nice relaxing time on the beach without all the bustle of the more tourist heavy places this is it. Was a nice calm down coming from Disney.
My family and I decided it was time for a vacation, well actually our first ever family vacation. So at the last moment I googled places to stay with kids. Treasure Island popped up along with activities and walking destinations. But there was hardly anything available that wasn't over 2k for a whole week. And then I stumbled across this place. There were 4 of us so the extra space and 2 bedrooms/bathrooms was much needed!
Upon arriving we were checked in and the receptionist was very friendly. When we got to our room it looked beautiful! It's a renovated 2 studio apartment. The decor and furnishings fit the beach theme and everything looked nice. Its on floor 3 so you get an awesome view of the ocean from your room, dolphins included! The only drawback was that the ceiling light tube was broken as well as the lamp in the main room, so it was pretty dim at night. And the stove top is cracked so it took forever to heat anything up and smelled very hot. We had to ditch of frozen foods. We did email the owners and they apologized for the inconvenience. The laundry room is good and the services are as well. Also, the room is well stocked with goodies! There were fans, beach towels, sand toys, beach chairs, coolers, umbrellas, extra blankets, and cleaning supplies! This is so convenient!
You're right on beautiful white soft sand with tons of seashells. If you have a little one they will love this destination! We spent all 5 days at the beach enjoying the 88 degree weather (we're from Northern Michigan so this heat was much needed!)
I will most definitely be coming back to stay again. I loved the location! If you're looking for a great place to eat, go to the Floridian and super scoops ice cream! They were repeat stops for us!
Thank you so much for stay! Can't wait to come back!
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