Sirata Beach Resort

3 Stars

Ballroom(s)
Picnic area
Patio
Pool table
Gift shops or newsstand
Total number of rooms – 380
Poolside bar
Number of floors – 8
Restaurant(s) in hotel
Swimming pool – outdoor


All about Sirata Beach Resort

This Mediterranean-style Florida resort is on 13 acres of white sandy beach directly on the Gulf of Mexico on St. Pete Beach; Fort De Soto Park and Tropicana Field, Dali Museum and cultural attractions in downtown St. Petersburg are within 10 miles.

Sirata Beach Resort features 3 outdoor splash pools and 2 spa tubs. Beachfront bars provide live entertainment. A water-sports kiosk can arrange snorkeling, parasailing, and fishing trips.

Spread among 5 buildings, Sirata Beach Resort guestrooms have varying layouts, but all offer wireless Internet access, complimentary local calls, refrigerators, and CD players.

Located on St. Pete Beach, the 13-acre Sirata Beach Resort offers numerous on-site recreational opportunities, as well as water-sports rentals and offshore excursions (surcharges).

Two beach bars provide light fare and live weekend entertainment.

Popular with wedding parties, this Florida Gulf Coast resort has 15,000 square feet of meeting and event space, plus another 10,000 square feet of exterior gardens and beachfront decks. A business center is on site (surcharge), and wireless Internet access is available in public areas (surcharge).

Spanning five buildings, Sirata Beach Resort has a variety of guest accommodations. Some rooms are accessed via exterior corridors, others by inside corridors. Some rooms and suites have balconies or patios and beach views.

All guestrooms provide TVs with pay movies and video games (surcharge), as well as refrigerators of varying sizes, coffeemakers, CD players, in-room safes, complimentary local calls, and complimentary weekday newspapers.

Guests can fish from the beach for mullet, tarpon, and redfish. Dolphins can sometimes be spotted from the beach, and commercial dolphin-watching cruises are available.

Sirata Beach Resort was last modified: July 12th, 2016 by floridamasters