We stayed in the towers which had a kitchenette. Great view, plenty of things to do. Maybe just a little too pricy but isn't that far off from other places. I thought the amenity fee was excessive seeing how we didn't use any of them should have been deductible. The beach is the widest I ever seen probably easy 100 yd jaunt. Great staff throughout!
Arriving on a Sunday there was a bit of a crowd near the Tiki bar most of the day and into the evening. The worry about a noisy evening did not come to be. All was quiet by 10:30. All staff were very friendly and accomodating. The housekeeping staff was very friendly, especially Christina. Things are close by to walk, grocery, souvenir shops, pharmacy and restaurants. We parked and had no need to drive for two days. The pool was very nice, especially for our young grandson. Beach/pool towels were plentiful. The on site Italian restuarant was ok. Food was very heavy on the garlic!! The wait staff were very attentive. A pack and play with linens, was provided free for my infant grandson. Microwave was on the small side, but served our needs. The fridge was a dorm size one, again ok for our two days stay. We had a second floor unit, which I would recommend to have less noise and foot traffic passing your window and door. We could sit outside our door in the provided chairs and see the pool and the beach. Small bathroom, but it worked.
Traveller from Madison, WI
Directly on the Gulf Beaches, our "Classic Courtyard Style Hotel" is a newly remodeled family favorite also catering to …More
If you want a comfy bed and all basic comforts of home, including a kitchen and BBQ grills then this is the hotel for you! My husband and I just spent a week here and stayed in one of the rooms with a king bed with kitchenette and dining table. We had large tropical bushes and plants to give the patio area in front of our room some privacy and enjoyed the quiet, neighborly feel of the property. One thing to mention is that this is not your typical hotel; the property office is only open limited hours and bed sheets and towels are not changed during your stay unless you ask for clean ones. When the staff is on-site, they are very helpful and friendly, but overall the place is run more like an apartment complex than a hotel (which we preferred). The best part of this property is that it has a private marina and almost every night my husband and I spent catching various fish from the docks!
Traveller from Dayton, OH
This budget-friendly Treasure Island hotel is across the street from the beach and about 25 miles from Tampa Airport. The …More
All the staff were so nice they made us feel welcomed and want to come back! Mornings they have free coffee in the lobby. There is a playground for kids nearby, and snowball and ice cream shops. This hotel had by far the lushest landscaping and greenest garden of all the inns I saw on treasure island beach. The pool stays open late so if you need quiet to sleep, choose the garden side and not a pool view. The best room in the place is #232 which has its own balcony facing the ocean and its own staircase. They have shuffleboard and bean bag toss games, a poolside bar, grills you can cook on and a stash of beach toys my toddler had a blast borrowing during our stay.
Traveller from chicago
Situated on Florida's west coast, Treasure Island is just that, a treasure for visitors and residents alike. A 300-foot white …More
Had a not so great experience on current trip, so called Expedia and reserved same day and moved to South Beach Condo Hotel. Karen was beyond wonderful and accommodating to us!. Everything was perfect and made up for the prior experience!
This Treasure Island beachfront hotel is a half-mile from Treasure Island Fun Center and 9 miles from Gulf Pier.All condos …More
The hotel is a 1950s style beach front efficiency motel--clean, modest, and dated. We enjoyed our courtyard 1-bedroom apartment with 3 girls under age 7 and two adults. The pool was crowded usually and in the middle of the poolside rooms. The hotel is ON the beach, but it is still a 5 minute walk to the shoreline. The waves were a bit rougher than I expected from a Gulf side beach. Restaurants were close but we brought food for the 5 of us and were able to eat all of our meals out of the kitchen (full frig, microwave, 4 place settings of mismatched stoneware, 2 pots w/lids, colander, baking sheet, toaster, can opener, 2 ice trays). The table only has 4 chairs, but we were able to use the footrest bench from the couch. Living room furniture is vinyl, a good option for wet, sandy beach bottoms. It's not an upscale hotel with lots of amenities, but it met our family's needs in price, comfort, and access to the beach.
Traveller from Orlando
Located directly on the Gulf Beaches of Tampa Bay's Treasure Island, the Tahitian Beach Resort is a family favorite featuring …More
With the Gulf of Mexico to the west and Boca Ciega Bay to the east, this island strip has no shortage of scenic water views. Located 8 miles from downtown St. Petersburg, Treasure Island has a thriving town center and miles of pristine white-sand beaches. Follow the Gulf Coast Highway north to Madeira Beach’s John's Pass--an idyllic beach town with seafood shacks, shopping, and a boardwalk.