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$85 for a One-Night Stay with Happy Hour, Wine, and Breakfast at The Pier Hotel in St. Petersburg, FL (Up to $237 Value)

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A Roaring Twenties–era boutique hotel located in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg features complimentary breakfast and an outdoor verand

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Expires Dec 7th, 2012. Must book by 12/7/12 or promotional value expires. Must complete travel by 4/30/13. Not valid 11/9/12-11/11/12, 12/31/12, 1/31/13, 3/21/13-3/24/13, 4/12/13-4/14/13, or 4/26/13-4/29/13. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Reservation required, subject to availability. 48hr cancellation notice required or fee of applicable one-night's stay up to the amount paid for Groupon applies. Must be 21 or older to check in and consume alcohol. 12.35% tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

1920s-Era Boutique Hotel with Elegant Furnishings

In the Roaring Twenties, the Hotel Scott served as a posh retreat for silent-movie stars en route to their estates in New Port Richey. In the decades since, this stately neoclassical-revival building has changed hands several times and undergone an extensive renovation to restore it to its former close-up-ready posture. Today, it's billed as The Pier Hotel and still serves as an elegant base for travelers to browse the upscale boutiques at BayWalk, tour St. Petersburg's high-end art galleries, or bask in the sunshine at St. Petersburg Pier—all just steps away.

Spanish-villa-style arches surround the sunny veranda, where white wicker furniture sits amid tropical foliage. Inside, the deluxe rooms pair modern amenities with antique furnishings, including claw-foot tubs in many rooms. Guests can unwind with optional in-room massages or shared bottles of wine atop pillowy double-, queen-, or king-size beds trimmed with vermillion and gold accents.

In the evening, the lobby hosts a happy hour—a grand soiree where guests sip beer and wine gratis. The morning after, an extended continental breakfast helps to refuel patrons before they head out to explore St. Petersburg's waterfront or autograph every stop sign in town.

St. Petersburg, Florida: Cultural Hub with Sunny Seaside Parks

St. Petersburg is located on a peninsula on the gulf side of central Florida, a laid-back, trendy alternative to Tampa, its buttoned-up neighbor across the bay. St. Petersburg receives an average of 361 days of sunshine per year, a statistic that bodes well for a town known for its outdoor parks. At the 400-acre Sawgrass Lake Park, a mile-long boardwalk traverses one of Florida’s largest maple swamps; keep an eye out for native birds, turtles, and one of the area’s earliest residents, the alligator. On a peninsula that juts out into Tampa Bay, you can paddle a kayak through the brackish waterways and mangrove tunnels of Weedon Island Preserve.

St. Petersburg is also known for its culture. The newly revitalized downtown pulses with activity thanks to an urban-redevelopment plan that brought in shops, art galleries, and restaurants. Tour the Dali Museum, whose exhibits showcase 96 oil paintings, drawings, photographs, and transcribed raps by the surrealist artist.

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The Pier Hotel

In the Roaring '20s, the Hotel Scott served as a posh retreat for silent-movie stars en route to their estates in New Port Richey. In the decades since, this stately neoclassical revival building has changed hands several times and undergone an extensive renovation to restore it to its former close-up-ready posture. Today, it's billed as The Pier Hotel and still serves as an elegant base for travelers to browse the upscale boutiques at BayWalk, tour St. Petersburg's high-end art galleries, or bask in the sunshine at St. Petersburg Pier—all just steps away.

Spanish-villa-style arches surround the sunny veranda, where white wicker furniture sits amid tropical foliage. Inside, the deluxe rooms pair modern amenities with antique furnishings, including a claw-foot tub in many rooms. Guests can unwind with an optional in-room massage or share a bottle of wine atop a pillowy double-, queen-, or king-size bed trimmed with vermillion and gold accents.

In the evening, the lobby hosts a happy hour—a grand soiree where guests sip beer and wine gratis. There, a grand piano twinkles alongside mahogany furniture that recalls the decadence of the 1920s. The morning after, an extended continental breakfast helps to refuel patrons before they head out to explore St. Petersburg's waterfront or autograph every stop sign in town.


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  • “good location, good service.”

  • “I had a wonderful stay there. Staff very welcoming, warm and friendly. Added a night due to the convenience and schedule, very accomodating...”

  • “Wonderful time every time we go. Very clean. Helpful staff.”

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    St. Petersburg, FL

    253 2nd Ave. N

    St. Petersburg, Florida 33701

    800-735-6607

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