St. Pete Beach Hotels
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Loews Don CeSar Hotel

Loews Don CeSar Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 277-room Loews Don CeSar Hotel is a luxury property located on a white-sand beach on the Gulf of Mexico in St. Pete Beach. Its combination of family-friendly amenities (with activity options for kids and teens), opulent Gatsby-era vibe, lushly landscaped grounds, and excellent service set it apart from the majority of hotels in the area. Rooms are modern and bright, with elegant beach-style decor, and there are various suite options -- some with pool and beach views. Room rates are expectedly higher at this property than other nearby resorts.
TradeWinds Island Grand Beach Resort

TradeWinds Island Grand Beach Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A sprawling, 584-room resort located directly on St. Pete Beach, TradeWinds Island Grand Beach Resort has put effort into its grounds and interior, from the palm tree-lined lobby and warmly decorated rooms to the impressive outdoor pond with fountain and covered walkways. The hotel sits on 20 acres of beachfront property and offers a number of water sports, including a giant slide, as well as several dining and entertainment options that are great for families with kids. This upscale resort even packs a bit of a value, as all modern rooms include kitchenettes, but a pesky resort fee is a major downside.
Guy Harvey Outpost, a TradeWinds Beach Resort

Guy Harvey Outpost, a TradeWinds Beach Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 211-room Guy Harvey Outpost is a mid-range resort located directly on the sand in St. Pete Beach, offers a variety of family-friendly activities, and includes access to the TradeWinds Island Grand Hotel, located about a block away. The property feels fresh and modern, with fun features like marine-themed decor and artwork by artist Guy Harvey, rooms with ocean views, and a custom-made fish tank created by the stars of Animal Planet’s “Tanked” TV show. Rates are reasonable compared to other nearby hotels on St. Pete Beach. The hotel does get a bit loud during holidays and spring break season -- travelers seeking a boutique setting could try Postcard Inn on the Beach.
The Hotel Zamora

The Hotel Zamora Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 72-room, upper-middle-range Hotel Zamora is a high-end boutique hotel with a Mediterranean vibe, geared toward adults. Located on Florida’s west coast, in the resort town of St. Pete Beach, the property has a seven-slip marina, elegant restaurant, and rooftop bar offering views of the Intracoastal Waterway and Gulf of Mexico. Guest rooms are bright and sophisticated, not beachy, with flat-screen TVs and big, beautiful bathrooms. However, thin walls and insufficient housekeeping are common complaints at this newer property, which opened in 2014 and has a resort fee. Families may also want to consider Guy Harvey Outpost, a TradeWinds Beach Resort, which also has pools and beach access.
Coconut Inn

Coconut Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The mid-range 11-unit Coconut Inn Florida draws families and couples who want a quiet boutique-style property with close proximity to the beach. The custom-designed heated outdoor pool with spa cove, tropical gardens, and shaded seating nooks throughout the property are big plusses. Amenities such as an outdoor kitchen and free bicycle rentals add to the property’s charm. All units have full kitchens, and either pool, garden, or beach views. The inn lacks features that come standard in larger hotels, such as a restaurant, gym, and business center. Vacationers who just want to spend time at the beach will find the inn to be a great escape (and room rates are comparable to nearby properties), but those wishing to explore St. Petersburg’s cultural scene may opt to stay closer to downtown.
Dolphin Beach Resort

Dolphin Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Dolphin Beach Resort is a 173-room mid-range property situated on the white sands of St. Pete Beach. Interiors of the resort are aged and in need of an update, though reasonable rates give this resort good value. The colorful rooms have basic furniture along with modern conveniences such as flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, microwaves, and coffeemakers, though decor is dated and some guests complain of noisy air-conditioning units. Many ground floor rooms have direct access to the beach or pool area -- a perk that is worth the extra cost. Though interiors are lackluster, the grounds of the resort are lovely, with a large pool surrounded by many sun chairs and palm trees, and a tiki-style beach bar. The resort’s on-site restaurant, Boca Sands Grille, serves American classics, but there are several dining options within walking distance as well. Wi-Fi is free.
Postcard Inn on the Beach

Postcard Inn on the Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Postcard Inn On The Beach is a mid-range 196-room hotel located on the sand in St. Pete Beach. The hotel stands out from area resorts with surfer-chic decor that creates a hip and casual vibe in both the rooms and public spaces. There are some fun and unique extras on the grounds, like a fire pit and arcade games. Rooms have whimsical surfer-stye decor, and prices are reasonable compared to nearby hotels. The beachfront location, on-site dining options, and cool amenities make this property a great choice for both families and groups.
Alden Beach Resort & Suites

Alden Beach Resort & Suites Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The decor and amenities of this 140-suite property are modest, but so is the price. Kitchenettes and a cookout deck, coin laundry, and outdoor sports make Alden Suites a good option for families and long-term visitors seeking value. Although the hotel sits on the Gulf of Mexico, it’s not within walking distance of St. Petersburg’s most famous tourist attractions, so guests should factor a cab ride or car rental into their vacation budget. While the guest suites lack luxury finishes such as high-end furniture and artwork, the rates are comparable to those of other local hotels that don’t offer kitchenettes. Families wanting to be a bit closer to the action could try Beachcomber Beach Resort & Hotel nearby on St. Pete Beach.
Howard Johnson Resort Hotel - St. Pete Beach

Howard Johnson Resort Hotel - St. Pete Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range 133-room Howard Johnson Resort Hotel makes for an affordable beach vacation on the white sands of St. Pete Beach. Though interiors are dated and bland, the hotel has a bunch of amenities that will please kids and adults alike, including a heated outdoor pool, volleyball courts, a fun tiki bar, restaurant, and game room. No-frills rooms and suites have flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, fridges, and microwaves, and many have fully equipped kitchenettes. All rooms have balconies, but beachfront ones have the best views (though noise from the tiki bar can be an issue). Wi-Fi and parking are free.
Bon Aire Resort Motel

Bon Aire Resort Motel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 81-room, mid-range Bon-Aire Resort Motel is an old school St. Pete property opening onto a pristine, white sand beach and the Gulf of Mexico. The Bon-Aire is an older motel, but embraces its 1950s retro flair with lots of palm trees, shuffleboard courts, and cheery turquoise and white decor. There are two outdoor pools, a popular tiki bar, and a variety of room configurations -- some with full-size kitchens; all clean and cozy with flat-screen TVs. With its festive atmosphere and proximity to other hotels, restaurants, and shops, this is a great choice for tourists and families seeking a full immersion into the local culture. However, breakfast is not served.


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