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We have stayed at 3 older hotel/motel properties on Treasure Island over the past 4 years. All these properties have been renovated and are a true 'treasure'. I like the old style building with new carpet/floors, paint, furniture and bedding and very clean. However the...More
This was one of the last places to stay that was available at the time. We were told that the owners purchase this property a year ago and was in the process of updating. Well, we were placed in a room that was not updated....More
The old 1947 charm was awesome!! The beautiful structure to the outside was really neat! The room was nice in side new furniture and some new painting as we had been told. The style of the layout was still old style charm which is really...More
My wife and I spent five nights in room #201 at The Sands Of Treasure Island, and overall, it was definitely a positive experience. The room was clean and neat, and had been recently remodeled in what I would consider to be "60's" retro furnishings....More
The room was absolutely nasty, stained couch and chair. No towels or any soap left in the room, blinds broken. Open back door and garage unit was right there. I had to switch hotels because of the filth of the room- no place for anyone...More
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The Sands doesn't rent them though, other lodging locations do, as well as independent rental companies. You could always call the motel and ask if there is an independent renter close by because I don't recall seeing any in... More
The Sands doesn't rent them though, other lodging locations do, as well as independent rental companies. You could always call the motel and ask if there is an independent renter close by because I don't recall seeing any in this area.
Shell Island Preserve Park (about 20min away) has them and I believe the one time I've ever done that it was $45/day. TS is correct, it's a hefty/long walk from almost any hotel to the actual water.
Sunburst Inn in Indian Rocks Beach, right up the road, has umbrellas and lounge chairs you can use, on the beach, no extra charge for them. If they're booked solid you'll have to do an "early bird gets the worm" kind of thing but we've stayed there too.