Stayed at Zamora for one night and had an enjoyable experience. Beautiful chic hotel, clean rooms with modern bathroom, large balcony and a very nice decorated lobby.
The pool was nice too, the only thing inconvenient was the restroom full of mosquitos.
We did not eat at the restaurant but had drinks from the bar. A mojito and a stella artois on draft costs $18. The menu book in our room had listed happy hour, but when I asked the bartender she said that they don't have happy hour.
A continental breakfast was included with our room charge: coffee, juice, croissants, cereals, fruit and yogurt.
The hotel charges for valet parking, $18/night.
Overall a very nice hotel, the beach is just across the street, sunset can be seen from the rooftop terrace.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The first new hotel to be built in St. Pete Beach in decades, The Hotel Zamora is a white-washed Mediterranean palace that though breathtakingly modern feels anchored in a bygone era. Inspired by the architecture of its namesake Spanish province, the hotel's striking Romanesque facade is the framework for expansive luxury suites with "balconies overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway and Gulf of Mexico", stylish dining and the laid-back leisure of Florida's fashionable Tampa Bay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Hotel Zamora St. Pete Beach, Florida