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Timberwoods Vacation Villas & Resort Star Rating 3        
7964 Timberwood Circle

Situated in Sarasota, Timberwoods Vacation Villas & Resort provides 3-star accommodation, as well as an outdoor pool and a Jacuzzi. Guests can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi.There are 30 rooms at Timberwoods Vacation Resort & Villas Sarasota, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Cadillac Motel Sarasota Star Rating 2        
4021 North Tamiami Trail

Cadillac Motel is situated in Sarasota and is close to the area's popular attractions. It also provides free Wi-Fi.The hotel has 25 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Sun-N-Fun Resort by Carefree Resorts        
7125 Fruitville Road

Sun-N-Fun Resort by Carefree Resorts is situated in Sarasota and is close to the area's tourist attractions.The hotel has 10 rooms that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport is less than a 25-minute drive from Sun-N-Fun Resort by Carefree Resorts.
AmericInn Hotel & Suites Sarasota Star Rating 3        
5931 Fruitville Road

Straightforward hotel offering homey rooms & a heated outdoor pool, plus free hot breakfast & Wi-Fi...
BEST WESTERN Midtown Star Rating 2        
1425 S Tamiami Trl

This relaxed hotel is 6.2 miles from Siesta Beach and 5.4 miles from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Sarasota East Star Rating 3        
5730 Gantt Road

This modern suburban hotel, half a mile from I-75, is 14 miles from Lido Beach and the Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium.Classic rooms come with minifridges and microwaves, plus desks, cable TV and free WiFi. Kids 19 and under stay free with an adult.
Courtyard by Marriott Sarasota Bradenton Star Rating 3        
850 University Parkway

This modern hotel is 1.2 miles from Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport and 6 miles from Lido Beach.The contemporary rooms offer free WiFi, desks, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers.
Hampton Inn Sarasota - I-75 Bee Ridge Star Rating 4        
5995 Cattleridge Rd

Off Interstate 75, this traditional hotel surrounded by palm trees is 8 miles from both the Edson Keith Estate historic site and the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, and 10 miles from Siesta Key Beach.Contemporary rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi, minifridges and custom-designed beds, plus desks, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add sofabeds and microwaves.
Hibiscus Suites Inn Star Rating 3        
1735 Stickney Point Road

A 4-minute drive from the beach, this unfussy hotel with a Spanish-tiled roof is also a 5-mile drive from the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens and 10.7 miles from the Sarasota-Bradenton Airport.Straightforward rooms with modern decor feature tiled floors, coffeemakers, cable TV and free Wi-Fi.
Best Western Plus-Gateway Siesta Key Star Rating 3        
6600 South Tamiami Trail

This relaxed hotel off US-41 is 2.9 miles from Siesta Beach and 10.3 miles from Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport.
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Sarasota has emerged as a popular tourist destination with white quartz beaches, beautiful state parks and a plethora of vacation city amenities. Located on Florida's Gulf Coast between Tampa and Fort Myers, Sarasota is readily accessible to motorists, with I-75 serving as the primary entry point. Overseas visitors and those heading in from other parts of the country ill find Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) offers connections to a limited number of eastern cities while Tampa International Airport (TPA) serves much of the country as well as Canada, the United Kingdom and the Caribbean. sarasota floridaLike most of Florida's coastal destinations, Sarasota is a popular choice for sandbox vacationers, thanks in no small part to its soft sandy beaches. Tourists flock to the beach to enjoy the warm waters of the Gulf and beautiful white sands. If sunbathing's not your thing, the beach remains an ideal destination for a scenic and tranquil stroll, while the waters are perfectly suited to paddle-boarding, parasailing and a host of other watersports. Charter sea fishing is another popular pursuit in the area. Turtle Beach Campground is one of the few Florida beaches you can actually camp on, which makes for a fantastic night. Meanwhile, a stroll along Caspersen Beach might be all it takes to find out why locals call this the "Shark Tooth Capital of the World". As well as picturesque beaches, Sarasota is also home to a variety of parks and gardens. The Sarasota Jungle Gardens are a popular choice with tourists, not least because of the stunning wildlife on display. The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens and Oscar Scherer State Park are also great places to while away an afternoon. Whichever one you choose, you'll see plenty of birdwatchers along the way. One of the city's primary tourist attractions is the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art. The former home of the world-famous Ringling family, the museum offers one of the world's best collections of circus art and artifacts. Visitors to the gothic-style mansion will find all the fun of the fair (and much more) within these four walls. sarasota floridaOther popular attractions in Sarasota include the South Florida Museum, the Sarasota Classic Car Museum, Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium, Sarasota Opera House, and the Historic Spanish Point. All offer a host of delights and, more importantly perhaps, are accompanied by an easy-going ambiance. The city streets also house a compendium of amenities and attractions for visitors to take advantage of. From gourmet cuisine to street food, there are plenty of places to eat, while cafes, bars and nightclubs aren't hard to find. Health spas and outdoor yoga groups offer the chance to unwind in style, while a host of golf courses - those Florida staples - can be booked. Visitors arriving in March can catch the Baltimore Orioles baseball club during Spring Training at Ed Smith Stadium, while an evening at the dog races can be fun. Sarasota proves to be a year round holiday destination, although visitors traveling during hurricane season (June-November) should keep an eye on weather forecasts. Most tourists visit the city in the summer months.