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A friend told me about this little motel and I decided to check it out rather spur of the moment. Their rates are very reasonable for their location. It is beachfront, about a mile from John's Pass, and many restaurants located nearby. The motel itself...More
This is our 4th and probably last time to stay here. We booked 5 months in advance this time. When we arrived we were given a room in back of the hotel. Literally behind the hotel. We asked if there were a vacancy in the...More
We stayed at the Sea Chest for the first time on June 19th-June 24th 2017. Our first visit to Treasure Island area of Florida. This hidden gem is perfect. The room was more than we expected--huge! Everything is provided for cooking and daily service was...More
The Sea Chest Motel is for one thing easy to find from I-275 or US-19. The waterfront location is perfect. Although the street side is a bustling city, the ocean/poolside is clean, quiet and beautifully landscaped. This place is perfectly clean inside and out with...More
Cannot fault this lovely motel. It was as good last week as it was on our first visit from the UK 20 years ago.. It is so well kept, clean and tidy and you cannot get better value for money in Treasure Island. We just...More
Yes it is very far from the motel. It wasn't always like that. When they put a new bridge up to Johns Pass, the beach eroded. When I was a kid there were swings at the Bilmar. We used to swing and splash in the water at... More
Yes it is very far from the motel. It wasn't always like that. When they put a new bridge up to Johns Pass, the beach eroded. When I was a kid there were swings at the Bilmar. We used to swing and splash in the water at high tide.
There are cabanas down on the beach for rent by the hour or day. The Sea Chest has chairs tables and BBQ grill available. Prepare yourself for a walk to the edge of beach is about two tenths of a mile.