Skyline of Madeira Beach Resort Condo is conveniently located a short walk from John's Pass Village, and just across the street from a fantastic and quiet stretch of white sandy beach. The Resort is directly on the Bay, and our guests have full access to the private dock, fishing dock, courtyard with BBQ grills and year-round heated swimming pool. No dock fees - bring your boat!
This second floor condo is a corner unit, offering a wide and bright view of the marina and bay, and overlooking the pool and dock from your private balcony. Inside, you'll find all the comforts of home. The kitchen is fully equipped, there are TVs in both bedrooms and a new large flat screen in the living room, and there is a full size washer and dryer in the condo for your use. The condo has private high speed WiFi service and is fully furnished with all linens, bath, kitchen, and beach towels.
The master bedroom features a king size bed with private bath, and the guest room includes a Full size bed. For additional sleeping accommodations, there is a full size futon couch in the living room. The second full bathroom has a tub/shower combination, and is just off the main living area.
There are several locations to rent kayaks or boats nearby and you can pull right up to the condo. Relax in the courtyard or dockside, grill fresh fish, and float in the bay-front pool. Enjoy all that the area has to offer and a great value for your family vacation.
We help make the most of your vacation by providing Free DVD Rentals of today's best movies and Free Admission to some of the area's favorite activities each and every day! Create exciting memories, have more fun, and truly experience your destination!
Free Fun Program not eligible for stays over 28 days.
All our properties include FREE DVD's throughout your stay, a complete linen set, beach and bath towels, a starter set of paper goods, hand soap, dishwashing soap and trash bags, free parking, free WiFi access, and a 24hr Guest hotline for any issues.
Thanks for the feedback. I think the heavy storms this week may have brought up the tides higher than normal and made a bit of a odor from the waterway. Be assured, it was not "sewage", just bay tides. Thanks!