With Spanish colonial-influenced architecture, this newly renovated St. Petersburg hotel puts you close to Tampa Bay’s beaches and piers.
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Hotel at a Glance: 2.5-Star Saint Petersburg Hotel
The Tampa Bay area is rife with Spanish colonial architecture, and this 2.5-star hotel echoes that with a red-tiled roof, archways, and a fountain-and-garden entrance, which complements the hotel’s daffodil-yellow exterior. The newly renovated hotel is a welcoming setting for visitors in search of Tampa’s cultural and recreational treasures.
- Newly renovated rooms come with flat-screen TVs.
- Stay connected with the free WiFi.
- Hit the beach: You’ll find Gulf Coast beaches in nearby Clearwater and Treasure Island, or head south to the white-sand coastline of Fort De Soto Park (about 20 mi).
- Go fishing: Nearby Skyway Fishing Pier State Park—the world’s longest fishing pier—is a long strip of land in the middle of Tampa Bay, ideal for catching snook, mackerel, grouper, and more.
- Bring your pooch: One pet can be added at no additional charge.
- Catch a game: The Tampa Bay Rays play at Tropicana Field, only five miles away.
Treasure Island, Florida: Three Miles of White-Sand Beachfront
Treasure Island got its name after a group of enterprising hotel owners buried—and later “discovered”—a couple of fake treasure chests along the beach. In spite of their farce, the name stuck. So all right, you won’t find any buried treasure here, but surely you can console yourself with 3 miles of white sand along the Gulf of Mexico. Head to the middle of the island for extra-wide beaches lined with shops, restaurants, and bars. There’s also a walking pier that runs parallel to the shoreline between 104th and 119th Avenues.
A great way to explore Treasure Island and nearby beach communities is by taking the Suncoast Beach Trolley. It runs along the Gulf coast from St. Pete Beach to Clearwater, stopping at many popular beaches along the way. Just across the bridge, St. Petersburg’s charming waterfront downtown is also worth a visit. You’ll find art-deco buildings, broad streets lined with palm trees, and the Dali Museum, which displays many of the paintings, sculptures, and melted timepieces of surrealist master Salvador Dalí.