|Distance to city centre||0,2 km|
|Distance to airport||34,0 km|
|"The beds were very comfy!!!."||(in 20 reviews)|
|"The heated pool my kids loved"||(in 93 reviews)|
|"Great location and very comfortable bed."||(in 81 reviews)|
|"Room was dirty."||(in 35 reviews)|
|"resort fee was overpriced for the facilities."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Trash all over pool deck by chairs"||(in 3 reviews)|
|beach bar||in 133 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 32 reviews|
|chairs and umbrellas||in 32 reviews|
|coffee in the lobby||in 61 reviews|
|comfortable room||in 204 reviews|
|great staff||in 171 reviews|
|great stay||in 9 reviews|
|heated pool||in 180 reviews|
|key west||in 6 reviews|
|location on the beach||in 307 reviews|
|parking lot||in 87 reviews|
|ping pong||in 12 reviews|
|resort fee||in 22 reviews|
|room was clean||in 22 reviews|
|unique decor||in 33 reviews|
Location Restaurant and bar on site
it was a beautiful spot and the staff was nice
I felt like I was staying in a college dorm in the middle of a frat party
Nice relaxing spot on the beach
Postcard Inn was what we were looking for in a quick getaway over the holidays. We had a king size garden view room. We were on the top 2nd level, no elevator. The main hotel entry was nicely decorated, lots of hangout places, a big table with games (my daughter loved the 3D tic TAC toe). There was also a photo booth. The Boathouse was a restaurant attached to the lobby...no room service. The garden had lots of lounging places too. There was an outdoor pool table and ping pong. At night the garden was lit with lanterns, and there was a fire pit. There is a snack shack next to the beach bar which is on St. Pete's beach. The pool supposed was heated and looked awesome, but was closed.
The pool was a major reason for choosing this hotel. I wanted a heated pool as we were traveling in December. When I confirmed over the phone before booking the pool was heated; the receptionist said the pool would be closed for the first dayof our stay...however, we could use the pool at the next door hotel. The PostCard Inn pool was being filled when we arrived, so I looked forward to hanging out there and happily used the heated pool next door at "BeachComber". Unfortunately, during our entire stay of 4 days, the pool never opened. This was extremely dissapointing. On the third day heading over to BeachComber's pool, I was hassled by their maids for using their pool, they called their supervisor to confirm that we did not have access to their pool, but let us go swimming there anyway. The low was 40F one night we were there. So in anticipation, I turned up the thermostat to 75F that nice. I am fairly confident the heat wasn't working...because it was very cold. The next night was again cold, and I cranked up the thermostat to its maximum...88F and still was cold. The rooms had high ceilings, were cutely decorated but the bathrooms were tiny. Also, there were wooden blinds that could close, but no curtains to be pulled over...just decorative curtains. There was a TV and padded wooden chair. Between the room/bathroom there was a closet/dressing room...it was very tiny, but had hangers on one side and shelving on the other. The Boathouse restaurant was overpriced and wasn't really very good for dinner. We had a hamburger and shrimp tacos. Breakfast was nice though - biscuits and gravy and an omelette.
Loved the lobby full of games , books and yummy coffee
Ridiculous Daily Charge for a Resort Fee?
It was a rip off to have an additional charge of $22.60 per day for no justifiable reason? We received no special service, nor did the resort offer any exceptional amenities? The overall experience was mediocre and I would not recommend it to my friends or family.
Love the decor and amenities.
Overall...a great stay.
Great stay for the value - cool "surfer" vibe
Liked the beachy/surfer "feel" of the location. I travelled in January and the weather wasn't great (windy and cold) plus there is some construction going on, mostly in the main lobby I believe. This really didn't impact my trip, as I was there for a friends wedding taking place literally just down the road. For the money and location, great value. I'd love to come back here and enjoy the pool/beach during the summer!
Loud people next door and above my room - or perhaps the walls are just a little thin? The room could use some new paint and a few non-essential updates.
Good, Affordable Stay
Affordable, location on the beach, and staff were all great.
O how the mighty has fallen!
I was really looking forward to this weekend, in fact I proposed to my girlfriend. My room's AC didn't work the entire stay. Then instead of compensating me they charged me a resort fee. I got charged extra for staying in an uncomfortable room.
July 2015 review
Very nice place to stay , probably avoid holiday weekends , if you are traveling with families , staff very friendly , always security staff present , outside pool area seemed to be very clean and maintained. Staircase and walls are In need of fresh coat of paint , a little grungy .. Floors in the room never cleaned , sand beneath our feet.. Housekeeping needs to be addressed , location very nice .
The rooms seemed a bit warm , Ac is centrally controlled , had to be moved to another room, definitely adjusted the Ac at night as it seemed to be very uncomfortable for sleeping .. Prob hotel watching costs , instead of guest satisfaction .. Keep your eye on additional fees and taxes when booking rooms ..
Great vacation stay!
We found our stay to be very relaxing, clean. Staff was great as well as amenities! All kinds of activities onsite. Plus.. It's on the beach and close to local attractions and thanks to their 'in-room' book, we went deepsea fishing and dolphin watching. Loved the decor and atmosphere!
PCI needs more ice machines, that's it!
many issues with reservations using booking.com. staff was rude about the extra day we needed. will not return
Postcard Inn on the Beach lives up to its name as being a stand-out postcard-worthy beachfront hotel in St. Pete Beach. The surfer-chic décor, cool amenities, on-site dining options, and of course, the beachfront location makes the hotel a family favorite when on vacation, as well as a great gathering place for groups. Sitting on the gorgeous white-sand beach, the surfer-chic property maintains a breezy, summer-party atmosphere all day and night. The hotel is set on busy Gulf Boulevard, within walking distance of numerous dining options. A short 20-minute drive will take guest to St. Petersburg where great shopping, touring, museums, and more restaurants are located. Families and friend groups flying into Florida will be delighted that the Tampa International Airport is only 27 miles from the hotel. The hotel amenities are just as cool as the surroundings with a beachside tiki bar, swimming pool, fire pit, and on-site water sports rentals. The popular on-site restaurant, plus an outdoor cafe and bar with beach views, offers barbecue, burgers, and seafood dishes for lunch and dinner. Cozy beach bungalows and poolside cabanas are available for rent, and on-site Captain Mike’s organizes boat rides, waterskiing, snorkeling excursions, and more. There’s also a small gym, an outdoor ping-pong table, and plenty of space in meeting rooms. Accommodations are funky and vibrant with unique décor and furnishings. Each room at Postcard Inn is decorated in a surfer-chic style with throwback surfboards and bright colors and no two rooms are exactly alike. In addition to the unique décor, the rooms also feature vintage lighting fixtures, plus basics like flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and free WiFi. Travelers seeking a beach-party atmosphere will want to give Postcard Inn on the Beach in St. Pate a visit.
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