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Saint Pete Beach

About Saint Pete Beach

9,391 in city
2,747,272 in metro
6 km² (2 mi²)
0.471656799317 m
St. Pete Beach is the southernmost beach city in the Tampa Bay Area. Like a string of pearls, the beach resorts are in fact interconnected islands called keys which stretch from Clearwater in the north to the southern Pass-a-Grille village. St. Petersburg Beach was part of Saint Petersburg until 1957 when it was consolidated with the towns of Pass-A-Grille, Don Cesar, and Belle Vista. In 1994 it shortened its name to the more informal "St. Pete Beach." The town's most famous landmark is the coral-pink Don Cesar Hotel built by T.J. Rowe in the late twenties. During World War II the army bought the complex and established a military hospital in it. In 1973 the restored resort reopened in its full grandeur.