The city of St. Pete Beach includes Pass-a Grille and boasts a total population of over 10,000 residents. In 1994, the city name was changed from St. Petersburg Beach to St. Pete Beach to lessen confusion with the City of St. Petersburg which is located on the mainland to the East. The historic Don CeSar Hotel, located in St. Pete Beach, is an attraction known world wide.
Proximity to St. Petersburg makes St. Pete Beach a desirable residential for those working in the city.
Residences in St. Pete Beach include single family homes and condominiums. The city offers many great recreation options such as the new St Pete Beach City Community Center with a very active schedule.
St. Pete Beach, with it's wide Gulf Beaches, is a significant tourist destination, having over 3,000 transient accommodation units, including major hotel and motel operations as well as many smaller, more intimate lodging facilities, plus abundant shopping and restaurants.Find Your Perfect Rental Today