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Sarasota vacation rentals

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Sarasota

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Guest suite in Sarasota
Private, cozy, studio 2 miles from Siesta Key!
Welcome home! 2 miles from Siesta Key! This is a private in-law suite with its own entrance. It also has its own private backyard (no access all around to main house). Check yourself in! The bed is king sized with a gel infused memory foam top for great sleep. A 42'' TV with Netflix streaming. High speed wifi included. (There is no cable tv). Full kitchen equipped with pots, pans, silverware, knives etc. There is also an outdoor grill and table to use with heavy duty plastic plates/cups
G$18,084 GYD per night
Private room in Downtown Sarasota
Super Clean, 100% Private Master Suite!
A very private, quiet and secure space 2 miles to Siesta Key. New comfortable Queen size bed, best of linens, private attached bathroom tub and shower. Complimentary bicycles, beach cooler, beach towels and chairs! 100 Meg WiFi, 50" LED Smart TV. Washer/Dryer, complimentary bottled water, Starbucks coffee and Bigelow tea. Easily walk to downtown, waterfront and Payne Park. Airbnb and State of Florida anti-bacterial cleaning protocols. Delightful "Superhosts" available to tend to your needs.
G$13,272 GYD per night
Rental unit in Sarasota
Perfect Getaway Studio, 7 miles to Lido/Siesta
Studio apartment in Arlington Park neighborhood. Just 7 miles from Siesta And Lido Beach, five minutes from downtown. At the end of our street is Arlington Park, with walking trails and , outdoor athletic courts. Southside Village with a mix of casual and high end dining and shopping is a mile away. Very close to Ed Smith Stadium and Legacy Trails. Great place for couples, singles and business travelers.
G$16,439 GYD per night

Stay near Sarasota's top sights

Lido Key Beach442 locals recommend
Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium532 locals recommend
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art540 locals recommend
Bayfront Park104 locals recommend
Sarasota Jungle Gardens298 locals recommend
Lido Beach Resort11 locals recommend

Sarasota beach vacation rentals

Rental unit in Sarasota
New Apartment In a Private House Near Siesta
G$16,739 GYD per night
Rental unit in Lido Key
Lido Key/St. Armand's Studio
G$20,553 GYD per night
Rental unit in Sarasota
VILLA 3 · Pool view. King bed. Daily rentals
G$26,991 GYD per night
Home in Indian Beach-Sapphire Shores
Chic Beach Retreat Private Upper Cottage Apartment
G$14,437 GYD per night

Sarasota fishing vacation rentals

Condo in Sarasota
6 min. from Siesta Beach+heated pool+lake view
G$20,714 GYD per night
Private room in Bradenton
G$8,189 GYD per night
Guesthouse in Sarasota
Beautiful guest house
G$28,246 GYD per night
Home in Indian Beach-Sapphire Shores
Luxury Condo w/ Patio Pool Views
G$16,887 GYD per night

Sarasota house rentals

Home in Sarasota
Comfortable + Functional Private Studio Apartment
G$10,671 GYD per night
Home in Indian Beach-Sapphire Shores
Charming old Florida home 15 mins from beaches
G$12,135 GYD per night
Home in Sarasota
Lovely guest house
G$12,644 GYD per night
Home in Sarasota
The Lovely studio /6 miles away from Siesta key
G$12,763 GYD per night

Your guide to Sarasota

All About Sarasota

With several famous keys and 40 miles of beautiful white-sand beaches, Sarasota, on the western coast of Florida, has transformed over the last century from a small fishing town to a major cultural hub and destination for art-lovers, young professionals, families, and anyone looking to soak up the Florida sun.

In downtown Sarasota, ornate and imposing Mediterranean Renaissance mansions once owned by eccentric entertainment moguls sit juxtaposed against more contemporary glass facades and water features. You’ll pass by street artists and performers in the shade of swaying palm trees on your way to one of the city’s many cultural sites, like the Ringling Museum of Art or the bohemian Village of the Arts. If you’re looking to connect with nature, you can head to nearby Myakka River State Park, take a ride on the famous Legacy Bicycle trail, or, of course, loll about on Lido Key or Venice Beach, dipping into the shallow Gulf waters to cool off. Sarasota’s vibrant nightlife kicks off at dusk, when you can admire the sunset at the Bayside Boardwalk before catching a comedy show or dancing the night away in one of the area’s concert venues.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sarasota

Sarasota’s reliably warm weather means that families, retirees, and spring breakers flock here during the late winter and early spring. In April, at the tail end of the vacation season, Sarasota hosts an annual film festival, where crowds gather to watch hundreds of award-winning films and attend filmmaker interviews. In May, the city hosts a free, independent LGBTQ arts festival.

Though Florida’s heat and humidity hit their peak in summer, and hurricane season lasts from July through the end of September, the city never really comes to a halt, with local events still taking place nearly every day. Once the weather calms down in October, the snowbirds return from the north to take up residence through the spring. Sarasota is famous for its seafood, especially stone crab, which is in season between October and mid-May.

Top things to do in Sarasota

Historic Spanish Point

Take a step back into Old Florida at this historic, 30-acre museum and environmental complex. Nearly 5,000 years of Sarasota history is on display at the museum. Explore pre-European life in the Americas, learn about homestead life in Florida in a museum inside a historic house, or wander the gardens and nature trails.

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens

The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens are made up of seven acres of land containing the world’s largest and most diverse collection of bromeliads. There are over 6,000 species of plants in the gardens, with a total of 20,000 plants living across 20 different curated habitats. The Rainforest Garden and the Butterfly Garden are most popular, but you’ll find mangroves, bamboo areas, and artificial caves to explore.

Ca’ d’Zan Mansion

One of the most iconic buildings in Florida, this mansion was once the winter home of a famous circus owner. Meant to emulate the style and feel of Venice, the mansion is five stories tall, with nearly 36,000 square feet to explore inside. You can look out over the Sarasota Bay from the marble terrace or simply admire the opulence of this home’s crystal chandeliers, Aeolian organ, or 82-foot-tall tower.

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