Where To Stay During Spring Break: Sandpiper Beacon Beach Resort in Panama City Beach

Spring Break (credit: Panama City Beach CVB)

Spring Break (credit: Panama City Beach CVB)

Florida News: Limited number of condo accomodations available for under 25 year olds

It’s never too early to start making plans for spring break! Especially if you’re looking for a place to stay in Panama City Beach and you’re under the age of 25.

Although there are lots of accomodations in Panama City Beach that attract spring breakers, from hotels and resorts to condo rentals,  many of those properties have age restrictions and don’t rent to anyone under the age of 25. The common thinking seems to be that those individuals in the under 25 demographic are less responsible than older adults. The Sandpiper Beacon, however, is one of the few properties in the area that disagrees.

The Sandpiper Beacon Beach Resort

The Sandpiper Beacon Beach Resort offers Condo Rentals to those under 25s who flock to Panama City Beach for spring break. The general manager of the resort has been quoted as saying that his property has found renting to this demographic to be a positive experience. He says, “We suspect it may come down the fact that many renters who fit this demographic typically rely on security deposits from their parents, and are extra careful to ensure there is no damage upon check out.”

The Sandpiper Beacon, known as “Spring Break Fun Place”, offers fun beach vacations year round, to all guests to walk through the doors, from families with children to teens and twenty-somethings. However, for certain events throughout the year, including spring break, the resort changes gears to cater to the type of clientele staying there.  During spring break, there will be daily contests, activities, games, amenities, and entertainment so spring breakers won’t have to leave the resort to have a great time.

About Panama City Beach

Part of the reason Panama City Beach is so popular for the spring break crowd has to be because of the location. 27 miles of white sand beaches on the Gulf of Mexico and St. Andrew Bay with emerald-green waters. This part of Florida sees over 300 days of sun every year. Last year, Panama City Beach hosted a very popular event – a world record breaking bikini parade!

Tell us…

Are you counting down the days until spring break?