At the Bilmar Beach Resort, the health and well being of our guests and associates is paramount. We have enhanced our already strict cleaning protocols as well as adapted new guidelines to include physical distancing recommendations.
Treasure Island Weddings
If you’re dreaming of a St. Pete beach wedding, there is no better way to say “I do” than with a beautiful Treasure Island beach and a spectacular sunset as a backdrop. This is what we offer at Bilmar Beach Resort. Your wedding is your special day, and we cater to all of your needs from venue to menu and much, much more.
From indulging you and your guests with gourmet food prepared by our Executive Chef to spoiling you with our completely renovated wedding venues, rooms, suites, and penthouses, we make sure your special day is perfect. Create unforgettable memories with us at our Treasure Island beachfront resort, where the sun sets and life begins.
Treasure Island Beach for Your Ceremony
Spacious Treasure Island Beach offers a romantic venue for a wedding ceremony of up to 200 without interference from other beachgoers. The Bilmar team will handle wedding arch, chairs and ceremony setup to ensure that everything is perfect.
Crystal Sands Ballroom for Your Reception
After your wedding ceremony, you and your guests can begin the celebration in our spacious Crystal Sands Ballroom venue. With more than 2,400 square feet of space for your wedding party, our ballroom can cater to groups of up to 200 people. This interior room is centrally located with private access from the Hotel Lobby or the Crystal Sands Courtyard.
Waves on the Beach Offer Spectacular Views
Treasure Island boasts gorgeous weather all year round. If you’d rather celebrate your wedding outdoors, you can utilize our Waves at the Bilmar venue, which boasts over 3,000 square feet of space and a lovely view of Treasure Island beach. Thanks to our floor-to-ceiling windows, you can dance the night away in any weather. Waves Patio with an awning and misting system can expand your celebration if you want to get closer to the sands of Treasure Island beach.