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Clearwater Beach OR St. Pete's Beach..relaxing beach but fun night life?

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We are middle age (ok maybe a little older but definitely 30 at heart) and looking for an area that has relaxing beaches but fun night life. We were told that Clearwater was for the "old" folks and St. Pete's was happening especially the night life. But we are reading the opposite on some travel forums although some of the posts are over 5 years old and things do change. (Note: Not interested in the spring break crowd.)

Any suggestions on how to get the best hotel rates 2 weeks out. Seems everything left that is decent is rather expensive. Appreciate any suggestions on which location and hotels?

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