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It would be unfair for me to keep this gem to myself as much as I want to. Four generations of woman stayed over Mother's Day weekend Fri-Mon. We were a group of 15 in 3 rooms. All our rooms were roomy, clean and the...More
My review would be similar to a lot of reviews I've read. It's an old motel which needs a good refurbishment. It's a great location, no doubt. Right on the beach and walking distance to restaurants and John's Pass. The room was clean, and it's...More
I loved the little place. It was a little outdated but to me it added to the charm. I liked the older kitchen area, but i was still able to cook breakfast! It was a 2 min walk to the beach out back, but you...More
Friendly helpful staff, old rooms but clean, beds needed a little love (could feel the springs), we had an upstairs room that looked over the pool out to the ocean (which was awesome), on the beach side (with a short walk to get to), close...More
The property has potential if an investment would be made to update the rooms, fixtures and infrastructure. The beds were okay, our backs didn't hurt in the morning, but we've slept on much better. The carpet is old as well as furniture with one dresser...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.