My dad and I came down to St Petersburg to see a couple Red Sox games (this was the series at the start of September that ushered in the begining of the end of their 2011 season ). The rate for our Fri-Mon stay was $101 per night. Here's the good: Great lounge. The lounge is pretty big, has nice views of the water, was staffed by an incredibly friendly gentleman, and had a good assortment of food at breakfast (oatmeal, eggs, pastries, and fruit. There was also a self-serve fridge stocked with bottle water, soda, etc. I believe they give all elites (including silvers) access. We only ate breakfast here, so no idea what the evening spread is like. Short walk into the waterfront area. It was maybe 5 blocks through nice areas to the waterfront, marina, and a lot of delicious restaurants. Here's the not so good: Dated rooms. They're not uncomfortable, but they clearly shown their age. Loud HVAC. My dad snores. LOUDLY. And even that didn't drown out the noise of the air conditioner. Close to the stadium but not a recommended walk. While close to the Ray's stadium (less than a mile), the hotel warned us off against walking and I can see why. It would probably be okay for a day game, but the area around the stadium didn't look too good for night walking. Overall, if in the area, I wouldn't mind staying here again.