This was our second stay at 204 and plan to stay there again next year. The unit is clean comfortable and well maintained with outstanding views.
We had a blast. We will be returning to this location.
I've been travelling to the west side of Florida since the early '80's and really lover this area between St Pete beach and Clearwater. We travel at least every year and sometimes twice a year, exploring different areas , etc. I've stayed at this specific condo as well as another one in the complex over the past 6 years about 7 times. I feel this unit has a lot to offer since it's on the top floor and corner. The condo building is also somewhat small so you don't have a LOT of people unless you end up with some crazy groups which we have had to deal with a couple of times. The downside to this condo- and the reason I gave it a 4 out of 5- First off, don't limit the AC. I realize that some people might place the temp at 55 and then I understand yet placing it at 72 degrees at minimum when it's very hot and humid and on top of that, the air flow from the kitchen and living room is so heavy that it triggers the thermostat to turn off before the bedrooms, especially the Master, is cool enough. I didn't sleep well at all for the whole week due to the temp in the master. Secondly- check your HVAC filter which is visible in the hallway above the washer/dryer combo. It is DISGUSTING! Third- although the main goal is to enjoy the beach, we ended up with a week of rain. We wanted to enjoy movies,TV,etc. The technology of this condo brings back memories of 1990. As "cheap" as new TV's are as well as DVD and BLURAY players are....PLEASE, invest in them. The small amount you'll pay for them you'll easily make up for with renters being happy. Even the surround sound never worked. It's all such a mess. Same goes for the bedrooms. Those wall contraptions are so outdated. Invest in new technology and you'll attract more renters.
Overall, I really do like this unit yet being that we've been to so many along that very long coast line, I'll probably consider others especially since I did research on what we just paid for the middle of Sept/2021 for 1 week versus what Vacasa is charging nest May as well as Sept. The unit is worth the present cost of around $1500 total but I'd never pay more than $2k.