Sunshine Shores was our first choice after staying at the rather crowded and noisy Palm Beach Shores resort just a block or two away on Singer Island. If you prefer quiet over noisy and occasionally in-your-face large hotels, then you should consider this place. You get a kitchen with a stove, a full-size refrigerator and microwave oven, a living room, one bedroom and one bathroom for around $100/night, which is not a bad deal. The bedroom and living room have ceiling fans, for those who prefer a breeze. The courtyard is very nicely appointed with a couple of tables for four with umbrellas and a gas grill for those who like to cook out, as I do. Everything about the place is clean and it feels like a nice home away from home. The manager, Derek, is a great guy who was very helpful to us when we made the reservation and arrived at the hotel. Sunshine Shores is just one block off the beach, so you can walk just a short distance through one of the hotels or through the public access to get there.
The only issue I had is with the A/C in the bedroom. There is a window unit that does a fine job of cooling the entire suite, but I found that it was a bit loud and the cycling on and off during the night interrupted my sleep, so we got around the problem by cooling the room down just before bed, closing the door and setting the ceiling fan on a higher speed...problem solved and we slept like babies!
It was really nice to be able to save money by cooking our own meals and hanging out on the courtyard at night. My wife and I prefer this to spending loads of money at restaurants with high prices and questionable service, which is the norm for Memorial Day weekend. I would definitely recommend staying here if you like a more intimate setting over the large hotels.