A weekend away from home gives your house some much needed alone time to rekindle its strained relationship with the lawn and decompress from the pressures of sheltering a family. Give your hardworking habitation a break with today's Groupon: for $89, you get a one-night stay for two at Plaza Beach Resorts in St. Petersburg. You have a choice of the Plaza Beach Hotel Beachfront Resort (up to a $241 value), the Bayview Plaza Waterfront Resort (up to a $229 value), or the Bay Palms Waterfront Resort (up to a $229 value). Additional guests can be accommodated for an extra-persons fee of $10.
With three luxurious, newly renovated locations, lodgers at any Plaza Beach Resorts are within flip-flopping distance to a host of restful luxuries and one-of-a-kind activities set in the sublime barrier island of St. Pete Beach. The Key West–style Plaza Beach Hotel Beachfront Resort, the largest of the trio, envelops guests in spacious rooms that include full kitchens, a heated pool overlooking a white sand beach, and facilitating amusements such as mini-golf, a daily social hour with free wine and beer, and human-sized chess for resolving giant-sized disputes.
Boasting more intimate lodgings, Bayview Plaza and Bay Palms Waterfront Resorts share a courtyard and vistas of the radiant Boca Ciega Bay. Between the two resorts, lapsed relaxers can renew their devotion to diversion by enjoying the beach cabanas, barbecue grill, large private fishing pier, fitness room, and a bay view perfect for watching manatees and dolphins reenact an aquatic rendition of West Side Story.
Guests staying at any of the three hotels will also enjoy full-access to the amenities offered at the other two, as well as the luxury of staying within walking distance to St. Pete's dining and shopping areas.
More than 200 TripAdvisors give the Plaza Beach Hotel Beachfront Resort location an average of 4.5 owl eyes and more than 130 award the Bay Palms Waterfront Resort location a 4.5-owl eye average. TripAdvisors also give the give the Bayview Plaza Waterfront Resort an average of four owl eyes.