Hotels offer a respite from mundane daily tasks such as shopping for groceries or organizing professional stare-eyes tournaments. Put yourself in charge of rest with today's Groupon for a two-night stay in a studio suite at Barefoot Beach Hotel, located directly on Madeira Beach. Choose between two options:
- For $139, you get a two-night stay for two in a tropical poolside studio suite (up to a $318 value).
- For $159, you get a two-night stay for two in a beachfront studio suite (up to a $358 value).
All studios sleep up to four people, and up to two additional guests may join Groupon holders for an additional $10 per person per night. Perched at the edge of the Gulf of Mexico, the Barefoot Beach Hotel’s quaint seaside hideaway wraps guests in tranquility and coastal quiet mere minutes from the bustling boardwalk of historic John's Pass. The resort's 43 suites open into a copse of poolside palms, shining white sands, or a pathway leading to the sand-crab Walk of Fame. Couples and families lounge in tropical-tinged studios accented with wall-mounted HDTVs, head to private patios for games of _The Love Boat_–themed charades, or cook up comestibles with the kitchen area’s personal coffeemaker, microwave, and refrigerator. The resort quietly bustles with a mix of international travelers, romantic couples, and families looking for a low-key getaway sans sensory overload. Indulge in on-site amenities, such as a heated pool, or rent a scooter and venture to the nearby boardwalk of John's Pass, where vacationers hustle pirates between blouse-shopping rituals at one of the village's 40-plus boutiques.
Barefoot Beach also boasts a bevy of neighboring golf, boating, and spa retreats. Rise early for breakfast alfresco-style at nearby Lisa's Cafe, or savor a freshly caught meal alongside friends, strangers, or an extra from Summer Rental at Waltz Fish Shak in John’s Pass.
Barefoot Beach Hotel
Right off Madeira Beach's pristine, sandy shores, Barefoot Beach Hotel houses guests in swank suites, some of which overlook the Gulf of Mexico. White sand stretches from the hotel to the water so that guests can make their way to the waves without walking atop long stretches of foot-searing cement or mastering the art of levitation. Boat owners, meanwhile, can jaunt quickly across the street to rent a slip for their seafaring vessels. After a long day of lazing in the sun or swimming in the onsite outdoor pool, guests can use the in-room kitchenettes—replete with dishware, microwaves, and mini fridges—to prepare a pleasant end-of-the-day meal.