The beauty of Sarasota will get your attention on your first visit. If you see Sarasota first from the window of an airplane, the colors of the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay, contrasting with the brilliant white sand of Longboat, Lido, and Siesta beaches, will make you anxious to see more. A rainbow of colors comes from the tall condominiums shining in the sun, the warm tile on the roof and patio of the mansion built by circus magnate John Ringling, the various green hues from the lush jungle-like vegetation, the flowers that are blooming any month of the year, and the lavender seashell-design Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall.
This modernly furnished "Top Model" Condo with ALL the luxuries you
expect to enjoy a relaxing and quiet vacation or perhaps a
comfortable business or family retreat. Warm and inviting, this private condominium is well equipped and fully furnished.
This lush and tropically landscaped community is located 2-5 miles (10 minutes driving) to the world famous sands of Siesta Key Beach, 15-20 minutes to the North is Sarasota Airport, and right across the street are shopping &
fine dining(Publix Supermarket)!!!
Be wise and SAVE MONEY by staying at this NEW 1st
CLASS property, that is close to many beautiful beaches, and it's amenities are unmatched....making it the PERFECT "home away from home" for your Florida vacation......bring the KIDS!!
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We look forward to having you back in the future,
Sarasota is recognized as Florida's Cultural Coast and is home to a professional symphony, ballet and opera. In addition, more than 10 theaters and 30 art galleries are located in Sarasota. The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art is Florida's State Museum, and the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, known for its architecture and great acoustics, seats 1,700 people and features a dazzling season of music, shows and programs for all ages.
From circus museums to a year-round spring with 87-degree water, Sarasota has a variety of attractions appropriate for family enjoyment. Visitors to the area can visit Mote Marine Laboratory, G.WIZ (Gulfcoast Wonder & Imagination Zone), Historic Spanish Point, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Sarasota Jungle Gardens, Warm Mineral Springs, Pelican Man's Bird Sanctuary, and more.
Known as Florida's"Cradle of Golf," Sarasota was home to the first course in the state and one of America's first golf courses built in 1905 by Sir John Hamilton Gillespie, a Scottish colonist. The nine-hole course was located in the heart of today's downtown near today's Golf, Links and Gillespie Streets.
The community's early ties to golf still can be found today at Bobby Jones Golf Complex. Designed by famed architect Donald Ross, the course opened on Sunday, February 13, 1927, and was personally dedicated by Robert Tyre Jones, Jr. In 1930, Bobby Jones won the "Grand Slam of Golf" by sweeping the British Amateur, British Open, U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open; he is the only golfer ever to accomplish this feat. Today, Sarasota offers more than 1,000 holes at public, semi-private and private courses.
Myakka River State Park, with 28,875 acres of land, and Oscar Scherer State Park are Sarasota's destinations for bird-watching, biking, walking, camping or just communing with Florida's natural setting of swamps, palmetto brush and towering pine trees. Myakka State Park offers guided boat and train tours that include informative narration of the area's wildlife and history.
Beach...beach...beach...Siesta Beach is one of the top ranked beaches in the world! Its fine quartz sand has a silky, smooth, and powdery feel unlike that of any beach of its kind! In addition, for the kids, there is a new YMCA waterpark at the outskirt of the property. Also, located on the grounds are prestine preserves with fish, eagles, turtles, egret, and various other wildlife.
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
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