If you'd like to leave contact information with friends or relatives before you leave, the phone number at the condo is 850-588-1727. Once you’re there you have unlimited domestic long distance to keep in touch with family and friends.
If you'd like to leave contact information with friends or relatives before you leave, the phone number at the condo is 850-588-1727. Once you’re there you have unlimited domestic long distance to keep in touch with family and frie
Here’s a handy map - you can also get driving directions from your point of origin to Treasure Island Resort.
Click on the map and enter your starting address.
Your destination address is:
Treasure Island Resort
5004 Thomas Drive - Unit 1703
Panama City Beach, FL 32408
Arrival Check-in: Forms for Parking and Pool Passes ($20 Registration fee)
Check in time is 4pm local time (Central time).
When you arrive, you can park in your reserved parking space (#1703) on the 4th level of the parking garage. You’ll find hotel-style bellman luggage carts on each parking garage floor to help move your gear from car to condo. These are generally taken from and returned to the elevator area.
If you arrive on a Saturday, it can be hectic - especially during high season. Be patient, the rest of the stay will be a breeze. Once you’re settled, please bring your completed registration form to the front desk on the first floor. They will issue you a parking pass for #1703 and pool passes - please note there is a $20 registration fee.
Pool passes should be worn around the pool and beach to indicate that you are a guest at Treasure Island Resort.
Liza’s Poolside Cafe and Bar
onsite and open 11am - sunset
LG super capacity washer and dryer inside the condo
Quick food on arrival
There are some easy options for a great meal when you arrive. If you want to step out (or do take out) Scampi’s is right next door and Schooner’s is a minute walk. There are menus inside the ‘black book’ on the coffee table so you can decide. Another alternative is Marco’s pizza. I’m guilty of calling on them a bit too frequently --- but they know the way to the condo and the condo phone number and location are already in their computer system. Marco’s Pizza - (850) 234-5000. Liza’s Poolside - literally poolside - is open 11am until sunset. They have great sandwiches- I’ve tried the turkey and avacado and the roast beef and pimento, both were very good.
If you have been to Panama City Beach before, you know that just about everyone stocks up at Wal-Mart upon arrival. It’s an experience in and of itself. If you want to opt for a more sane approach, I’d suggest either the brand new Publix or Winn Dixie on Thomas Drive. They are next to each other and are less than 2 miles away. To get there, turn right on Thomas Drive, left at the light (to stay on Thomas Drive), cross the bridge and Publix will be on your right in Magnolia Plaza. They are open until 10pm during the week and until 11pm Friday through Sunday nights.
Beach deals and coupons
There are lots of activities in Panama City Beach for all ages. For your convenience, coupons for local attractions, restaurants and activities have been provided here for printing as you’d like. You will be to taken to the Panama City Beach Visitor’s web site with coupons online across multiple categories.
Inside the condo is a laundry room with super-capacity front load washer and dryer (affectionately referred to as ‘my boys’ - I know my fellow clean freaks will understand), ironing board and iron. The room is tiled and has hooks to dry your beach towels and suits. You don’t have to worry about taking dirty clothes back home, you can throw a load in as you’d like.
Should you have any problem operating the electronics or small appliances in the condo, please contact Pam Chace at 678-642-6631. If there are serious immediate problems please contact the Security Chief, Vincent Cianelli at 850-209-1479, his business card with phone number is on the side of the refrigerator. Please also note that condo is equipped with a fire extinguisher which is located underneath the kitchen sink.
If you have children
Your inquisitive kids may connect that there are nautical drawings and sand samples from around the world - plus a globe inside the condo. Here’s your parental cheat sheet: The novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, has a central character: Long John Silver. He’s loosely based on the actual English explorer, Captain James Cook. The drawings are from Captain Cook’s three exploratory voyages during the mid-1700s. A cartographer traveled as part of the crew and they even explored the coast of Florida and mapped it.
The bottled sand samples on display throughout the condo are all from places Captain Cook may or may not have been (Australia, French Rivera, Rio de Janeiro, Italy, Greece, the Baltic Sea, Cartagena Colombia) - but the globe (look by Australia and you’ll see Captain Cook’s ships) and some more research may answer their questions - and prompt more questions about literature, art, geography, history or geology - good luck! There are also games for the kids stored in the guest room dresser lower drawer.
Rental Referral Reward
If you choose to provide feedback on your stay (negative or positive), then you are automatically eligible for the rental referral reward program.
Here’s how it works: After providing feedback on your stay and referring another guest who stays a minimum of a week at 1703 Treasure Island, then you’ll receive a $50 American Express Gift Card. All we ask is that either you - or your referred guest - let us know that you have referred them.
Guests of thiscondorocks are protected under the StaySafe Guarantee. If your stay is disrupted by direct impact of a hurricane, you will be refunded your unused days and receive a $200 credit toward a future stay.
A disruption occurs when impacts from the hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico requires evacuaction declared by a governmental agency due to public safety concerns related to the hurricane.