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July 26, 2009
July 26, 2003
The beachfront was nice and the pool area was never crowded. There were plenty of activities nearby and the staff arranged a lot of them. It was very easy to win free tickets for parasailing, deep-sea fishing, and snorkeling excursions while playing some BINGO.
From journal Florida Getaway
August 9, 2004
The resort itself is fairly small - only 40 units total. The resort was well kept and very clean. They could use an updated elevator. Activities could have been better - few and far between. The activities director was hard to utilize - either she was too busy and at another resort. Got the impression she could care less about her guests. When we did get help from her, the info she gave us was not correct. But overall, our family had a wonderful time here.
From journal Pleasure at Treasure Island, FL
January 5, 2004
We were amazed as to how many activities there were to do nearby. We planned on going to Disney World for two days. After that first day, we went straight back to the beach/resort. We all felt more comfortable at the resort swimming at the pool and digging on the beach.
It was the relaxing family vacation that we all needed.
From journal Family Vacation on the Beach
May 14, 2006
From journal A Treasure in Treasure Island
Victoria, British Columbia
February 20, 2001
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From journal London has it all!
belfast, United Kingdom
August 27, 2004
From journal Sand Pebbles Resort , FL
December 31, 2002
The resort had a small pool and hot tub on-site and that was the extent of the amenities. Few on-site activities were offered -- although they did offer a get-together party. Unfortunately we were not able to attend since it rained & had to be rescheduled.
The resort sits right on the beach -- which is a gorgeous white sand beach.
From journal Summer fun in Treasure Island, FL