Guy Harvey Outpost, a Tradewinds Beach Resort
- 65Km from Tampa (TPA) Airport
- 0Km to beach
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
This enchanting resort's intimate atmosphere and friendly staff will have visitors feeling right at home within moments of their arrival. Here, services are always close at hand, ... Continue reading
This enchanting resort's intimate atmosphere and friendly staff will have visitors feeling right at home within moments of their arrival. Here, services are always close at hand, from the fully equipped fitness centre to The Sandbox, featuring an expanded Sand Bar, upscale lounge furniture, beachfront fire pits and children's play area. It is home to the popular Sand Bar and beachfront pool, as well as the sunny Oasis Courtyard, reserved exclusively for use by adults with its own heated pool and whirlpool. Plus, travellers will have access to all the restaurants, entertainment venues and amenities just steps away at TradeWinds Island Grand, including tennis, spa services and activities just for kids.
- Not available: Garage
- Number of floors (main building): 6
- Newspaper stand
- Not available: Room size (sqm)
- Central heating
- Number of bedrooms: 1
- Not available: Large pets allowed (over 5 kg)
- Make-up mirror
- Air conditioning in Restaurant
- Not available: Small pets allowed (under 5 kg)
- Not available: Connecting rooms
- Not available: Total number of rooms: 211
- Not available: Smoking rooms
- Smoke detector
- Kitchen utensils, plates & cups
- Year of most recent renovation: 1995
- Hotel safe
- Not available: Extra beds on demand
- Cable TV
- Room service
- 24-hour reception
- Alarm clock
- Car park
- Carpeted floors
- Air conditioning in public areas
- Not available: Wheelchair-accessible
- Lift access
- Internet access
- Wired Internet
- Laundry service
- Centrally regulated air conditioning
- Disability-friendly bathroom
- Cot on demand (fees may apply), 5.0 USD
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Direct dial telephone
- Non-smoking area
- Ironing set
- Year of construction: 1950
- Kids’ club
- Hot tub
- Outdoor freshwater pool
- Entertainment programme for adults
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About a million holidaymakers a year tread the sugary sands of the long, thin barrier islands skirting the shores of the Pinellas Peninsula opposite the exciting city of Tampa in west Florida, with St Pete Beach at the southern tip being the most developed and popular holiday resort enclave in this vacationer's paradise. St Pete is full of action and high-rise condominiums, with thrilling activities and attractions of its own to complement those of the neighbouring resort towns like Clearwater Beach. It is also within close reach of Tampa's world famous Busch theme park, and the renowned attractions of Orlando are about 90 minutes' drive to the east. Immediately south of St Pete, at the mouth of Tampa Bay, is the protected, undeveloped Fort De Soto Park, while to the north Caladesi Island State Park can be easily reached. Both are rated among America's top beaches. As if this were not enough to satisfy active holidaymakers, just a few minutes away is the city of St Petersburg, considered to be the artistic capital of Florida. St Pete Beach can justly claim to be the resort that offers 'something for everyone'.
Whether staying at St Pete Beach or one of the other resort areas along the Pinellas County coast, holidaymakers are only minutes from one of America's top crop of beaches. St Pete's own stretch of sand is occupied by hotels, condominiums and private homes and can thus become overloaded particularly in the height of the holiday season. An alternative is to enjoy your fun in the sun at one of the area's beach parks, like Sand Key near Clearwater Beach with its gentle surf, Caladesi Island or Fort de Soto. Swimming is excellent at Clearwater Public Beach (or Pier 60). Throughout the area marinas and rental booths offer equipment for every conceivable water sport, and all the beaches have children's playgrounds, picnic areas, fishing piers and the like. Various excursions to Florida's main theme park attractions are freely available, as are boat trips and cruises. Eco-tourists can enjoy hiking, biking, birding or even jogging along the Pinellas County Recreational Trail, which stretches 47 miles (76km) from St Petersburg to Tarpon Springs. There are golf courses aplenty in the area, and most hotels and resort complexes provide for other sports facilities.
You name it, you can eat it somewhere on the Pinellas Peninsula resort area, and the packed enclave of St Pete Beach has more than its fair share of the total 2,300 restaurants in the St Petersburg vicinity, catering to the tastes of all holidaymakers and visitors. From surfside snacks to gourmet dining in elegant resort restaurants there is a splendid selection. One of the St Pete Beach local landmark eateries renowned for its seafood is the beach pub called Hurricane, opposite Pass-a-Grille beach, a lace-trimmed Victorian building with a rooftop bar. A favourite with families in the St Pete's hotel district is Skidders, on Gulf Boulevard, serving inexpensive but delicious pan pizzas and other Italian style dishes, as well as burgers and salads.
Holidaymakers will be pleased to note that nights tend to remain young in the St Pete Beach area, with beachfront bars rocking and pumping out music until the wee hours. The most popular place to seek out a party after sunset is in the restored fishing village of John's Pass at Madeira Beach, where the bar-restaurants feature live music. The choice does not stop, or start, here however. At every bend in the road on Gulf Boulevard, which runs along the coastline for miles, there is an enticing night spot with its doors open. At St Pete itself the most popular spot is Hurricane on Pass-a-Grille public beach, or for a good laugh the Coconuts Comedy Club at the Howard Johnson motel is a side-splitter.
Holidaymakers will find that the original business district of St Pete Beach, known as Corey Landings, has been largely overtaken by shopping villages and centres distributed along the length of the beachfront developments. Most resort complexes have their own shops catering to tourist's needs. Madeira Beach features the John's Pass Village, a boardwalk lined with souvenir shops, which makes for pleasant browsing. A unique gallery-cum-workshop popular with visitors is Evander Preston Contemporary Jewelry which turns out hand-made custom-designed pieces in Pass-a-Grille. Those who are seeking a serious shopping experience can take a trip into St Petersburg to explore the several large malls and outlet malls. St Petersburg is also renowned for its antiques and art, featuring Florida's largest antique mall at the Gas Plant Antique Arcade, where 150 dealers offer four floors of fine antiques from all periods. Another must for browsers is the Fourth Street Antique Alley Mall in St Petersburg.
A motorised trolley service operates along the length of Gulf Boulevard, but for ease of access to beaches, natural attractions and the nearby city centres it is necessary to have a car. During the height of the season St Pete and its surroundings are very crowded, lively and noisy, and is not a destination for those seeking peace and quiet.
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Hotel address : 6000 GULF BLVD,, St Pete Beach, Florida, USA, 33706
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Do you have extra charges to pay on check out at the hotel on top of the quoted price? (Guy Harvey Outpost Hotel in St Petes Beach, Florida) 1 Answer
Hi there is normally city and tourist tax to pay on USA hotel bookings , please call our sales lines with the dates you wish to stay and we can check this with the accommodation supplier as some include the taxes and others dont.
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