Staying in one of our Siesta Key Hotels right on the beach or within walking distance to the number 1 beach in the USA is a thrill and a luxury for many who visit our beautiful Key and its beaches each year.
While this overview of Siesta Key Hotels does not cover all of the accommodations available it will be a good start for your search for the perfect place to stay on the key and one of the places I point out here might fit your accommodation needs perfectly.
A little bit about Siesta Key for you: most of the shopping and dining activity on Siesta Key takes place from mid-key, around Crescent Beach, which is just south of Stickney Point Road where it becomes Midnight Pass Road, north-northwest to Siesta Key Village where there are more shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafes.
There’s a grocery store in Siesta Key Village called the Village Market at 205 Canal Road and there’s also the Crescent Beach Grocery at 1211 Old Stickney Point Road.
From the south end of Siesta Key’s Turtle Beach all the way north to Siesta Beach and Village there’s always something fun to do; lay in the sun, go for a parasail glide, take a kayak out on the water, fish, swim, wade, walk the white sandy strand of beach, collect sea shells, take a bike ride.
Have lunch at the Turtle Beach Pub and dinner at Clayton’s and dance the night away at The Beach Club in the Village.
If it's your hope and dream to stay at one of the Siesta Key Beach Hotels, I hope my below list of Siesta Key Hotels is helpful to you and that through my help you're able to find your perfect accommodation and place in the sun.
And with your convenience in mind, you can book your hotel reservations through this toll-free number: (855) 214-3689.
Make sure to call for unpublished rates. Often times you can get a much better deal.
Here’s a brief synopsis that I put together for you of a handful of Siesta Key Hotels:
Tropical Beach Resorts and Suites on Siesta Key: is located just south of the Stickney Point Road Bridge off Midnight Pass Road at 6717 Sarasea Circle. It’s a complex of three hotel buildings in a garden setting. Here you’ll find palm trees, beautiful foliage, swimming pools, shuffleboard and barbecue grills along with a variety of room styles and sizes. The location is within immediate walking distance to their private beach access on Siesta Key’s Crescent Beach where you can wriggle your toes in the sand and bask in the warm Florida sunshine. Click here for more on the Tropical Beach Resorts and Suites on Siesta Key.
Island House Beach Resort: is located just north of the Stickney Point Road Bridge at 6150 Midnight Pass Road on the Gulf Side of Siesta Key. This resort offers a variety of both villas and apartments right on Siesta Key’s cool, white sand Crescent Beach. You’ll find great views of the water from each apartment along with spectacular sunsets. There’s a heated pool along with a community room for games and recreation. In addition to all the things happening on Siesta Key if you care to go into town you’re only a short 15 minute drive to downtown Sarasota from here. Click here for more on the Island House Beach Resort.
Siesta Beach Resorts and Suites: is a little further northwest on Siesta Key and sits right near the intersection of Beach Road and Ocean Boulevard at 5311 Ocean Boulevard. A quaint two-story Mediterranean landmark hotel, it has been renovated from a previous incarnation as a Best Western. Just across the street from world famous Siesta Key Beach, where you can catch some rays and work on your tan, they also offer a heated pool and jacuzzi and are within walking distance to Siesta Key Village and its boutiques, shops, restaurants, night clubs and cafes. They offer 8 room varieties and sizes along with tropical courtyards with a barbecue area. Click here for more on the Siesta Beach Resorts and Suites.
The Beach Club at Siesta Key: is just south of Stickney Point Road off Midnight Pass Road at 6732 Sarasea Circle and on the Gulf side. At mid-island they offer homey condos with full kitchens and you’ll be just steps away from the soft sandy beach of Siesta Key where they offer complimentary beach chairs and sun umbrellas so you can enjoy yourself and luxuriate at the #1 beach in the U.S.
One of the newer resorts, the Beach Club was built in 2009 and offers studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom units. There’s also a swimming pool and hot tub as well as private and community patios. Click here for more on the Beach Club at Siesta Key.
The Captiva Beach Resort: is on the Gulf side just south of Stickney Point Road off Midnight Pass Road at 6772 Sarasea Circle. Another mid-island location, carefully restored, they offer only 20 rooms and suites and what they call a “full service inn.” The room varieties range from efficiencies to two bedroom suites each with fully equipped kitchens along with outdoor barbeques and access to beach chairs and toys. Among lush tropical foliage you’re just steps to the gorgeous soft white sand of Crescent Beach on the sparkling Gulf of Mexico. Click here for more on the Captiva Beach Resort on Siesta Key.
Minorga on the Key on Siesta Key: offers two locations, one close to the beach and one in Siesta Key Village. With one and two bedroom resort style condominiums you can have your choice of staying at the Beach (one bedroom units) or in the Village (two bedroom units). At the Beach Suites location you’re just steps away from what they call the most desirable part of Siesta Beach in a pet
friendly environment and at the Village Suites location they have a heated outdoor pool, a pet friendly environment and you’re just steps to Siesta Key Village's dining and shopping. The Minorga Beachside Suites are at 104 Avenida Veneccia, Siesta Key and the Minorga Village Suites are at 5116 Calle Minorga, Siesta Key. Click here for more on Minorga on the Key on Siesta Key.
The Best Western Plus Siesta Key Gateway: only about a 1/4 mile from the south bridge onto Siesta Key. Go over the bridge, make a right onto Midnight Pass Road which leads into Beach Road and you're about 10 minutes to the number one beach in the U.S., Siesta Key Beach. Not on Siesta Key, but close enough to be a consideration if you don't need to see the Gulf from your hotel window. They serve free breakfast and have an outdoor Tiki style Bar near the pool. This hotel is also near an area known as Gulf Gate, which has a number of night life spots, restaurants and ethnic shops to walk through; a neat area to explore. Click here for more on the Best Western Plus Siesta Key Gateway.
The Hibiscus Suites - Gateway to Siesta Key: is on Stickney Point Rd, about 1/4 mile from the south bridge onto Siesta Key. Again, much like the Best Western Plus Siesta Key Gateway (in the same area), you just drive over the bridge and you're on Siesta Key in a matter of a few short minutes. Click here for more on the Hibiscus Suites - Gateway to Siesta Key.
The Days Inn Sarasota - Siesta Key: is at 5774 Clark Road, Sarasota, near I-75 and a straight drive west on Clark Road (Rt. 72) to Siesta Key. While not on Siesta Key it is in a great location if you are headed to places such as Myakka River State Park, south to Nokomis Beach or Venice Beach, over to Mote Aquarium, the Ringling Museum or up to Orlando for a day, yet it is only about a 15 minute ride to the #1 Beach in the USA, Siesta Key Beach. They offer 5 room varieties here as well as a swimming pool and whirlpool, free breakfast along with an outdoor picnic and barbeque area. At I-75 Exit 205. Click here for more on The Days Inn Sarasota - Siesta Key.
For hotel reservations call, toll free: (855) 214-3689.
Make sure to call for unpublished rates.Often times you can get a much better deal.