White sand beaches slope down to the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, gourmet food is ready on command, and your room awaits at you with a casual yet luxurious beachy vibe. Adjacent to St. Petersburg, the Treasure Island Beach Resort has access to restaurants, shopping, family-friendly attractions, and lively nightlife sure to entertain all varieties of traveler.
STAY: Fully Stocked Suites Await You
Coastal design, a soothing sea-inspired color palette, and views of the ocean at every turn, as well as features such as kitchenettes and living rooms, are just the start of the 77 suites that make up the beach resort.
EAT: The Best BRGR You’ll Ever Have
The resort’s restaurant, BRGR Kitchen & Bar, is fresh, lively, and modern. Casual, hip design matches the menu of custom seasoned burgers, hand-cut fries, and a selection of handcrafted cocktails.
PLAY: Three Miles of Beach, All for You
What can you do on Treasure Island Beach Resort’s three-mile beach? First, drop anchor and claim your spot in the sand. Go for a swim, try your hand at snorkeling, or take a long walk down and back before enjoying a sunset on the sand. Once the allure of the sand has worn off, take a dip in the pool or head to St. Petersburg, just 10 miles away, to visit the acclaimed Dali Museum or The Pier at St. Petersburg.
SAVE TIME FOR
Check out John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk for an extended break from the beach. One hundred retailers, restaurants, and attractions make it easy to spend a full day there. Stroll down the boardwalk and stop by The Hut, a 70-foot bar that sits on the boardwalk. Bar fare, sandwiches, live music, and a waterfront view make for prime people watching.