March 22, 2016

The sand in St Pete looks like something you’d bake with — icing sugar, baking soda or flour. And our hotel, right on the beach, looks like a giant cake covered in flamingo pink fondant. Inside, there is a retro inspired ice cream parlour, serving scoops of vanilla, chocolate and fudge in giant warm waffle cones. You can see why our children think this is the best place on earth.

A member of the Historic Hotels of North America, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and named a historical monument by the National Archives, the Don CeSar is as rich in luxury as it is in history. Originally opened in 1928, the "Don" was appropriated by the Military during World War II and eventually abandoned. It was restored to its original glory and reopened in 1973.


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