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Beach House Suites by Loews Don CeSar

St. Pete Beach, FL

Area Attractions

Area Attractions

The Beach House Suites is conveniently located in the heart of St. Pete Beach. Our central location offers easy access to all that central Florida has to offer. Below are some of the most popular recommendations in our area.

Busch Gardens
Busch Gardens® Tampa is the ultimate family adventure providing unrivaled excitement for guests of every age with a unique blend of world-class thrill rides, live shows and more than 12,000 animals.

Sundial – 15 minutes
SUNDIAL is St. Petersburg’s premiere retail, dining and entertainment center, located in the heart of downtown. Just steps from the world famous waterfront, SUNDIAL includes a special collection of shops, restaurants and spa experiences unique to the Tampa Bay area.

Disney World – 90 minutes
Enchanting entertainment, classic attractions, beloved Disney characters and spectacular parades with fireworks in a place where fairytale dreams can come true. 

Universal Studios – 90 minutes
Go behind the scenes, beyond the screen, and jump right into the action of your favorite movies at Universal Studios®, the number one movie and TV based theme park in the world.

Dali Museum – 15 minutes
This art museum was founded in 1971 by the private Salvador Dali collector A. Reynolds Morse and his wife Eleanor. The collection was first exhibited in a building adjacent to their home in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1982, the museum was moved to St. Petersburg in Florida. It hosts 95 oil paintings including six of Dali's eighteen large-sized "master works" paintings.

Chihuly Collection – 15 minutes 
The Chihuly Collection is a stunning, one of a kind, permanent collection of world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly's unique artwork in a magnificent 10,000 square foot setting. An iconic 20 foot sculpture created especially for the site welcomes visitors to the Chihuly Collection.

The Hurricane Seafood Restaurant
809 Gulf Way 
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706 

Maritime Activities
St. Pete Beach, located on the Gulf of Mexico, offers access to many water activities. Choose from exploring the area on your own or enjoy one of the many guided tours available. Dolphin Landings Boat Center offers both public and private boat trips, including sunset sailing, snorkeling, dolphin watching, fishing expeditions and island adventures to both Egmont Key and Shell Key.

Shell Key and Egmont Key National Wildlife Refuge are a popular outing. The two islands provide a relaxing trip away from the main land. Visitors can swim, fish, collect shells, hike or just enjoy the unspoiled wildlife.

Tierra Verde Boat Rentals – 10 minutes 
Whether you're fishing, cruising, water skiing, or snorkeling, boating is the best way to experience Florida's Gulf Coast. Conveniently located near St. Pete Beach, we can provide you with top quality boats, equipment, and professional assistance. We're just a short cruise to Egmont Key, Shell Island, St. Pete Pier, and Tampa Bay... Your boating adventure begins at Tierra Verde Boat Rentals!

Dolphin Landings Charter Boat Center 
727) 367-4488
It all begins with Captain Dan Peretz; a man who inspires commitment and balance, both on and off the water. Dolphin Landings' crews are professionals who eagerly perpetuate this philosophy on each and every trip. Take a ride aboard any of our sailing, fishing and cruising vessels and you'll see firsthand how Dolphin Landings offers our guests much more than a great boat ride in the sunshine state!

Fort DeSoto Park – 15 minutes 
The largest park within the Pinellas County Park System, Fort De Soto Park consists of 1,136 acres made up of five interconnected islands. First opened on December 21, 1962, when the state toll road named the Pinellas Bayway was completed, this park was dedicated May 11, 1963, in perpetuity as a public park. Annual park attendance averages more than 2.7 million visitors and features fishing, picnic and camping areas, boat ramp, canoe trail, nature trail, paw pet playground and two swimming areas.

Egmont Key Ferry – 15 minutes 
Egmont Key is a 400-acre State Park. You can only get there by boat. The famous Egmont Key Lighthouse and ruins of Fort Dade are located there. Tropical Island Getaway, also known as the Egmont Key Ferry makes a stop at some ruins where you can snorkel, relax on the boat, or float around on a raft in the water. 

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