408 - Palms of Treasure Island

$69 - $194 / night   in Treasure Island  
2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Sleeps 6

As one of the newest and most modern condo buildings in Treasure Island, The Palms of Treasure Island Resort offers a perfect location, fabulous views, a waterfront year-round heated swimming pool and hot tub, plenty of parking and just steps across from the best section of sand on the Island. Situated in the heart of Treasure Island, you are in easy walking distance of great restaurants, entertainment, grocery stores, shopping, activities, and just moments from Johns Pass Village on the Beach Trolley.

When you need a break from the award-winning beaches and the warm, soft Gulf of Mexico waters, you can enjoy the privacy of your spacious balcony or lounge around the quiet waterfront pool area. The water view from the balcony is a wonderful place to wake up to, and a perfect location for an evening cocktail or meal.

WATERFRONT BUILDING ON BOCA CIEGA BAY. This Deluxe Two Bedroom, Two Bath condo features:


-- Large Comfortable Living Room with FLAT SCREEN TV


-- Comfortable KING size bed in the Master Bedroom with Private full bathroom and large Jacuzzi Tub

-- Premium QUEEN SLEEP SOFA in the Living Room for additional Guests

-- QUEEN size bed on the Second Bedroom

-- FLAT SCREEN TVs in Both Bedrooms with DVD available

-- FULL SIZE WASHER and DRYER in the condo

-- Waterfront Solar Heated POOL and Year-round fully HEATED SPA

-- LARGE PRIVATE BAYFRONT DOCK for Fishing or Enjoying the VIEW

-- Directly across the street from the SAND, and Directly NEXT DOOR to the Supermarket

-- FREE WEEKLY CLEANING included with stays over 10 DAYS

All linens and towels (bath and beach) provided, free high-speed WiFi Internet service, and free cable TV to all televisions. On site BBQ grill and outdoor picnic area, and plenty of parking available.

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 a complete linen set, beach and bath towels, a starter set of paper goods, hand soap, dishwashing soap and trash bags, free parking and free WiFi access throughout your stay.

10315 Gulf Blvd, 408 Treasure Island, FL 33706
Property Type: Condo Beds: 2 Accommodates: 6 Check In: : 4pm Bedrooms: 2 Check Out: : 11am Bathrooms: 2.0 Pet Friendly: No
Air Conditioning BBQ Grill Balcony Cable Clothes Dryer Coffee Maker Communal Pool Covered Patio DVD Dishwasher Hot Tub Internet Access Jacuzzi Kitchen Patio Refrigerator Satellite or Cable WIFI Washing Machine Water View Outdoor Pool Wifi
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  • Cleaning and Inspection Fee:  $105
  • Security Deposit:  $500 - A Security Deposit will not be charged or refunded if a Limited Damage Waiver is available and selected.
  • Rental Deposit:  30%
  • Minimum Nights:  3 - Unless otherwise noted.
Sep 23 - Sep 24
$74.00 /Daily   $1,792.00 /Month  
Sep 25 - Sep 26
$69.00 /Daily   $1,652.00 /Month  
Sep 27 - Sep 29
$84.00 /Daily   $2,072.00 /Month  
Sep 30 - Oct 2
$89.00 /Daily   $2,212.00 /Month  
Oct 3 - Oct 5
$94.00 /Daily   $2,352.00 /Month  
Oct 6 - Oct 12
Peak Fall Weeks
$129.00 /Daily   $3,332.00 /Month  
Oct 13 - Oct 20
Peak Fall Weeks
$136.00 /Daily   $3,528.00 /Month  
Oct 21 - Nov 21
$99.00 /Daily   $2,492.00 /Month  
Nov 22 - Dec 19
$104.00 /Daily   $2,632.00 /Month  
Dec 20 - Dec 21
Winter Holiday
$148.00 /Daily   $3,864.00 /Month  
Dec 22 - Jan 1
Winter Holiday
$155.00 /Daily   $4,060.00 /Month  
Jan 2 - Jan 20
$130.00 /Daily   $3,360.00 /Month  
Jan 21 - Jan 31
$136.00 /Daily   $3,528.00 /Month  
Feb 1 - Feb 28
$157.00 /Daily   $4,116.00 /Month  
Mar 1 - Mar 22
$183.00 /Daily   $4,844.00 /Month  
Mar 23 - Apr 5
Spring Break Premium
$194.00 /Daily   $5,152.00 /Month  
Apr 6 - Apr 11
$175.00 /Daily   $4,620.00 /Month  
Apr 12 - Apr 26
Late Spring
$150.00 /Daily   $3,920.00 /Month  
Apr 27 - May 20
$130.00 /Daily   $3,360.00 /Month  
May 21 - May 23
$136.00 /Daily   $3,528.00 /Month  
May 24 - May 27
Memorial Day Holiday
$168.00 /Daily   $4,424.00 /Month  
May 28 - May 31
$136.00 /Daily   $3,528.00 /Month  
Jun 1 - Jun 28
$152.00 Sunday|Friday|Saturday   $136.00 Monday|Tuesday|Wednesday|Thursday $3,528.00 /Month  
Jun 29 - Jul 5
July 4th Holiday
$168.00 /Daily   $4,424.00 /Month   Minimum Nights: 5  
Jul 6 - Jul 19
$152.00 Sunday|Friday|Saturday   $136.00 Monday|Tuesday|Wednesday|Thursday $3,528.00 /Month  
Jul 20 - Aug 18
$159.00 Sunday|Friday|Saturday   $142.00 Monday|Tuesday|Wednesday|Thursday $3,696.00 /Month  
Aug 19 - Aug 29
$119.00 /Daily   $3,052.00 /Month  
Aug 30 - Sep 2
Labor Day Holiday
$131.00 /Daily   $3,388.00 /Month  
Sep 3 - Sep 22
$119.00 /Daily   $3,052.00 /Month  
* Please Note: Taxes, fees, and deposits will affect the trip cost.
Reviews - 4.1 stars based on 8 reviews
408 - Palms of Treasure Island
1.0/5 stars
My family and I embarked on a getaway to Treasure Island and chose The Palms because the online advertisement appeared to be just what we needed. We arrived on Friday afternoon, we first went to check out the room, which turned out to be exactly what we expected. We were a bit concerned about the parking at the hotel and attempted to find someone to talk to that works there, but was unable to locate anyone. With it being in the afternoon, we chalked it up to the staff already being gone for the day so we parked and unloaded the car. Upon entry to the room, the view was beautiful and the room was clean and tidy! However, we weren’t aware of the current Red Tide situation that was affecting the beaches. No one from the hotel staff/ITrips disclosed to us the current situation. Saturday morning, we watched the sunrise from the balcony and decided we would take a quick walk to the beach before breakfast. Upon our arrival on the beach, I noticed that we were the only people on the beach and could hardly get past the overwhelming smell of fish. As we approached the shore line, I noticed dead fish EVERYWHERE. Disappointed and confused, we walked over to Publix (which is conveniently right next door to the hotel) and asked what was going on with the beach. The nice lady at the front desk explained that it was Red tide and that we shouldn’t be at the beach because it can be harmful to your health. As we entered the lobby of the resort, I noticed there still wasn’t anyone at the desk that we could speak to. Having not ever hearing of Red Tide and no one to speak to, we decided to do some research ourselves and found that it is hazardous to your health and the exposure is quite alarming. Disappointed and trying to make the best of the situation, we decided to go exploring and shopping. We came across John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk which looked like fun! As we parked and got out of the car, we noticed a good portion of people were wearing masks over their faces. As soon as I shut the door to the car, I was overwhelmed by the horrific smell of dead fish and it was just too much for me to bare, so we left and decided to go to the movie theatre (which I could have done at home). We actually enjoyed ourselves at the movies. Upon entering the parking lot to the hotel, we could hardly breathe because the smell was so bad. As I got of the car, I noticed directly across the street, a crew that looked like they were attempting to clean the beach was dumping the dead fish into 2 dumpsters. Sunday, we chose to make the 2-hour drive to Orlando. Although unexpected, that was the highlight of our trip. We spent most of the day there and drove back to Treasure Island that evening. The dumpsters that were there the previous day were still there as well as the horrific smell. Monday we went to the pool, which was clean and equipped with floats and pool noodles for the guests to use. We stayed at the pool for maybe an hour and came back to the room because of the smell. Around 3 PM we decided that it would be best if we just packed up and left. I went down to the lobby to let them know that we would be checking out and interestingly enough there was still no one working. I went back to the room and my family and I left that evening. My family and I visit the Gulf at least twice a year. With that being said, this is the worst experience we’ve encountered. It is not correct for the hotel to not at least send an email or even have this issue posted on their website so that guests can make an informed choice if they want to stay at the resort. It seems that a guest should be notified of these conditions prior to arrival about informing them of the present hazards to one’s health and that the amenity which the hotel is named for is not an option and cannot be used during one’s stay and at least offer some sort of refund. The other thing I found odd was the fact, aside from one of the cleaning lady, we never came in contact with any staff members at the front desk. My family and I were extremely disappointed in the entire trip. With everything that I've explained, If you do not mind Red Tide and the horrific dead fish smell, this room would be a perfect choice for the family! The view is perfect and the room is clean and has enough space for everyone.
Reviewed on Sep 19, 2018 by Wesley, Covington, GA   Report

Glad everything was good with the room and you were able to enjoy the area (perhaps not the beach this time). The Red Tide issue did get into our area just the day before this Guest arrived, so we found out about the same time. Sorry if there was any misunderstanding about the "front desk". The building is not a hotel, but rather a condominium building where each unit is owned individually. There is a lobby in the building, but it is not staffed. We do provide guests with a 24/7 Guest Hotline in pre-arrival information in case they need to contact us. Thanks!

Manager Response Sep 20, 2018
408 - Palms of Treasure Island
4.0/5 stars
We really enjoyed our stay. Condo was just as pictured. Clean and comfortable. We loved sitting on the balcony in the morning. Beautiful views and so peaceful. So excited by see dolphins band other wildlife life. Beach was just across the street . The water was beautiful and the beach not too crowded. Only problem was that the grill needed cleaning and would not get hot enough to cook our food. Had to bring it upstairs to finish cooking it. The email that was sent a week before gave us very good instructions about what we needed to do when we got there to get in. We had a wonderful vacation there and plan to go back again.
Reviewed on Jul 4, 2018 by Richard, Wisconsin Rapids, WI   Report
408 - Palms of Treasure Island
3.0/5 stars
First, the condo is in a beautiful location. Gorgeous views off a spacious balcony overlooking a bay and the beach is an easy walk across the street. Publix is right beside the condo and this is very convenient as well. The pool is clean and nice with again, a great view. The condo lobby needs upgrading. It looks like it has not been decorated since the 1940's. Not an inviting first impression. The one elevator the building has needs to be cleaned or retiled. The people working in the office do not go out of their way to be friendly to renters. Once you step out of the elevator, the hallways are dark. I am sure it is the lay out of the building and possibly the paint color but it is rather depressing. The condo itself was ok. It needs some updates with decorating, wall art etc. Several plaques were just nailed arbitrarily on the walls. Obviously doesn't effect the vacation, just an observance. My biggest concern was the beds. They are very hard and feel more like the kind that come on a sofa bed than a real mattress. They need to be upgraded I believe. One important thing to know. The thermostat is set so that it does not go below 72 degrees. Although I realize why setting a limit on cooling/heating may be necessary, I believe 72 degrees is simply too warm. We visited in May thank heavens when it was only 80-84 degrees outside. July and August may be unbearable. They offer fans to be used if you ask for them but I do not believe one should have to ask for a fan when AC is available. And when you are paying for a vacation condo. We have stayed at VRBO units all over the country and have never been restricted on temp. If you or your family member have trouble breathing, this unit will be too warm for you. We ran the ceiling fans the entire week. If this review sounds harsh, I do not mean it to be that way. These are just my observations and when I book a place for vacations for my family, I do appreciate people being honest about each place. Vacations are just too expensive to not have everything the best it can be. The place is sufficient. BUT as I said before, the views are absolutely magnificent!
Reviewed on May 12, 2018 by Kathy, Simpsonville, SC   Report

Thanks for the feedback. The beds are fairly new and in very good condition. We do understand that mattress firmness is a very personal preference, and unfortunately, we are not able to please all our guests. We do consistently get good feedback from guests, and we will make sure to check all the beds to be sure they are not damaged in any way. As this guest mentioned, there are some limits put on the thermostats, but it does not change regardless of the temperature outside (this guest mentioned that it was in the low 80's during their stay). It would be just as comfortable inside if it was 84 degrees outside or 94 degrees outside. In fact, with the warmer summer months, the AC system will run much more which will keep it feeling much cooler. The limits have not been an issue, but we will always work with guests to make them as comfortable as possible. We do maintain a 24hr guest hotline for any issues that might come up.

Manager Response May 12, 2018
408 - Palms of Treasure Island
5.0/5 stars
We spent the month of March at Palms of Treasure Island and had a fabulous time. The condo was equipped with everything we needed and was spacious and comfortably furnished. The location was perfect, close to lots of interesting restaurants and just a 2 minute walk to the beach. The pool area was clean and the setting right next to the bay was beautiful. The very best part was the balcony and the gorgeous view over the bay. I never tired of sitting there watching for dolphins and enjoying the sunshine. We have booked through iTrip for the past 3 years and have found them to be very easy to deal with and always prompt to fix any issues we have had. We are looking forward to enjoying Treasure Island again next year and have already booked this same unit for our stay.
Reviewed on Apr 10, 2018 by Bill, Wasaga Beach, Ontario   Report
408 - Palms of Treasure Island
5.0/5 stars
We loved staying at the Palms. Location was great. We had a view from our large balcony of the inter coastal. Really enjoyed watching for dolphins, the boat traffic, kayaker,, and paddle boarders. When we wanted to go to the beach, we just walked across the street. Publix next door and many restaurants in walking distance. Condo was big enough for four adults. Plenty of xtra beach chairs. And the grill and picnic area was great. Would definitely stay here again
Reviewed on Mar 7, 2018 by Gloria, Pittsburgh, PA   Report
408 - Palms of Treasure Island
5.0/5 stars
This was the perfect place to stay with family. Other family members stayed in the same building so it worked out great for us getting together! We also enjoyed the hot tub as Florida was also hit with the "deep freeze"! I would highly recommend these condos and would come back again!
Reviewed on Jan 7, 2018 by Kathryn, Miller Place, NY   Report
408 - Palms of Treasure Island
5.0/5 stars
Reviewed on Jun 25, 2017 by Jeannette, Tampa   Report

Thank you!

Manager Response Jun 25, 2017
408 - Palms of Treasure Island
5.0/5 stars
This 2 bedroom 2 bath condo was very comfortable. Beautiful views from deck. Felt very safe with downstairs door always locked. Only complains too little light in bedrooms & bedding need to be updated.
Reviewed on Jan 18, 2017 by Nell, birmingham. al   Report

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