Days Inn Sarasota Airport

4900 N Tamiami Trail (US 41), Sarasota, Florida, 34234, United States

2 Reviews

  • Excellent staff and service, Great Stay!!!!!!

    by

    I booked this hotel through Internet. Before I even checked in I called to make sure all my reservations were in order. The Gentleman was so nice in answering my questions and telling me what else I needed to make sure my Check-Inn went Smooth. As soon as I arrived at hotel my check inn was very Quick and Speedy. Mr. Harry the hotel representative helps me in many ways. He knows the city very well and provides me all the information, which really saves my money. Everyone made us feel welcome and our requests were met in a quick and friendly manner. I was very impressed by the courtesy and Helpfulness of the Front Desk, Breakfast Servers, and Housekeeping Staff. The Room was very well maintained and with fine Interior. The Bed was comfortbale and was very Smooth. There were other amenities in the rooms like Micro/Fridge, Colored TV, Hair dryer, Safe, Coffee maker. In morning I had the free Continental Breakfast which was Delicious and great way to start the day. The bathroom was Spotless and Pool was great. Overall, very satisfied with this hotel and plan to return again.

    Unique Quality: Amenities in the room... micro/fridge,coloured TV, hair dryer, safe, coffee maker.
    2. Breakfast... Deluxe breakfast 6.30 am to 9.30 am. Boiled eggs, bagels,muffins, english muffins, jams, butter, cream cheese, Fresh fruits, coffee, orange juice, punch juice,milk and two varity cerealsand donuts.

    Directions: One mile from sarasota airport, pristine gulf coast beaches,shopping / dinning, ringling museum,asolo theater,ringling school of arts, new college/ university of florida,classic car museum

  • Beautiful and Elegant

    by

    I have stayed at this Days Inn Sarasota Airport, first time. Booked this hotel through Expedia.com. I had a doubt about my selection for the hotel. When I arrived at the hotel I was pleasantly surprised and was proud about my selection. It truly is one of the chains best properties. The rooms are lovely, understated, immaculate...the service incredibly professional yet very pleasant, the whole facility is very elegant in its appearance. The breakfast was superb. The room and Bed were comfortable, Spacious and Clean. The hotel is near to Sarasota Airport. If coming to Sarasota there really is no other hotel at this level.

    Unique Quality: Airport Shuttle

    Free Daybreak Breakfast

    Free High Speed Internet

    Pets Allowed

    Pool

    Clock/Radio, & Hairdryer

    Beach nearby

    Fishing nearby

    24-hour front desk

    Golf nearby

    Directions: Recreations

    Lido Beach

    Dog Racing, 2 miles

    Mote Marine

    Siesta Keys, 6 miles

    G.T. Bray Park

    Asolo Theatre

    Siesta Beach

More about Sarasota

Photos

SARASOTA, FLORIDASARASOTA, FLORIDA

Singing at Kroaky'sSinging at Kroaky's

Beach and fishing pierBeach and fishing pier

Pelican in Fort MeyersPelican in Fort Meyers

Forum Posts

2 Questions relating to eateries and Cape canaaveral

by dundalkspur

Hi,
We are planning to stay in the Rita Carlton for 2 weeks are there any eateries within walking distance ?
Are there any tours I can take to Cape Canaveral from the hotel?
Thanks for your help.

Re: 2 Questions relating to eateries and Cape canaaveral

by usatravels

Hello,

The following restaurants are all within short walking distance

Zak's Steakhouse‎ - 1213 N Palm Ave, Sarasota, FL
Eaten there, great for seafood, steaks!

Bijou Cafe‎ - 1287 1st St, Sarasota, FL
Nice food, above average

Daruma Japanese Steak‎ - 318 Sarasota Quay, Sarasota, FL
Great food, for any special occasion

Marina Jack‎ - 2 Marina Plz, Sarasota, FL
Excellent Seafood, harbour view


Most Organized tours/shuttles to Cape Canaveral depart via Orlando, if you are planning to hire a car you can drive to Cape Canaveral in about 3 hours – 180 mi. I certainly don’t know of any scheduled shuttle service from Sarasota to Cape Canaveral, hopefully another member will correct me.


Good Luck!

Travel Tips for Sarasota

...

by Tulin








Map
& Directions
























Here
is an opportunity to enjoy a stroll along a trail that wanders
through an ever-changing landscape of cool, under-story jungle
growth and around open pond shorelines. As one meanders
through Sarasota Jungle Gardens, a magnificent and wildy
overgrown paradise, one wonders how such an abundance began.










Originally,
the land was a swampy banana grove listed in the city records as
'an impenetrable swamp'. A local newspaperman, David
Breed Lindsay, purchased these 10 lush acres in the early 1930's
with plans to develop the virgin subtropical jungle into a
botanical garden.









Pearson
Conrad, was a friend of David Breed Lindsay. He owned an
adjacent nursery and shared Lindsay's dream. Conrad charted
streams, planned the lakes and provided many additional
plantings from his nursery.








Green
thumbs intact, they brought in thousands of tropical plants,
trees and flowers from all over the world. These flourish
harmoniously with native species. All of the numerous plants
today are dispersed throughout the various areas of the Park,
Gardens of Christ, open lagoons, Tiki Garden and within our
dense forested jungle. Some of our prized possessions include
the rare Australian Nut Tree, a Bunya Bunya tree, the largest
Norfolk Island pine in Florida, Bulrush, Strangler Figs, Royal
Palms, Selloums, Banana Trees, Peruvian Apple Cactus, Staghorn
Ferns and native Red Maples, Oak Trees and Bald Cypress.








In
1936, noticing that a number of people were wandering through
the jungle, Lindsay and Conrad established an admission fee of
10 cents for children and 35 cents for adults. It was decided in
December of 1940 to open Sarasota Jungle Gardens as a special
place for local enthusiasts and tourists. In 1958, Eldon R.
Lindsey, of Atlanta, purchased the property. In 1965, Dr. George
Baughman, the first president of Sarasota's New College bought
the attraction, which was then sold to Arthur C. Allyn ( a
previous owner of the Chicago White Sox) in 1971.









During
the early years, some of the owners and their families lived on
the grounds, residing in what are now the snack bar/shell
museum. The Koi Carp pool, just outside the snack bar, was
originially a swimming pool connected to the estate house.
Eventually, a new admission building and gift shop were built.












HOME
- ADMISSION
- ATTRACTIONS
- HISTORY
- COUPON
- MAP
& DIRECTIONS - CONTACT
THE GARDENS












Pelican Man's Bird Sanctuary

by Dutchnatasja

This sanctuary and rehabilitation center treats more than 5,000 injured birds and other wildlife each year. It is home to more than 50 species of birds. The center has a public viewing area for bird watching, a bird hospital, center office and gift shop. The admission to the Pelican Man is free. Donations are appreciated.

Location: On St. Armands Key
Address : 1708 Ken Thompson Pkwy
Hours : Daily 10am – 5pm

The Wait Staff Wears Cute Outfits

by sarahjayn about Siam Orchid

Sarasota is semi-famous for its excellent Thai food, and Siam Orchid is partly why.
Siam Orchid is definitely the most refined Thai restaurant in Sarasota and the biggest. Though I usually find them adorable, a lot of Thai restaurants have the tendancy to make me feel claustrophobic. Here, they take all the cute things about Thai restaurants: wood carvings, wall plaques, neat fabric, little water dishes with flowers floating in them, and devine wait staff outfits, and put them in a less sardine-can atmosphere.
Besides eye candy and elbow room, the food at Siam Orchid is really, really good. They are willing to work around whatever crazy food allergy / particular food hatred that you have, too, because they make everything fresh. The Amazinf Tofu really is amazing, and so are the banana coins.

Ringling Museum - Museum of Art

by geekgrrl

They had a special exhibit of modern art which we both found interesting. There were Picasso, Dali, and we got to see our first Jackson Pollock painting. We enjoyed that part. The permanent collection consists mainly of old masters from 1500 to about 1750.

The website contains much information and many photos.

When in Sarasota you must...

by probation

When in Sarasota you must visit the Ringling Museum of Art. John Ringling of circus fame was a great lover of fine art. In his world travels he procured many fine paintings and other objects of art. He decided to build a museum on the estate grounds. When he died he left his collection to the state of Florida. The collection includes the world's largest private collection of works by Peter Paul Rubens.
When visiting the complex you must also see the Museum of the Circus. See the rare handbills,posters,sequined costumes,minature circuses and elaborately carved wagons.
Also visit the restoration of the Ringling's glittering bayfront mansion 'Ca d' Zan'.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Sarasota

Hotel Indigo Sarasota

Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars 3 Reviews

1223 Boulevard of the Arts, Sarasota

Show Prices

Tropical Shores Beach Resort

1 Review

6717 SaraSea Circle, Siesta Key, Florida, 34242, United States

Show Prices

The Ritz-Carlton Sarasota

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 1 Review

1111 Ritz Carlton Drive, Sarasota

Show Prices

Holiday Inn Sarasota - Airport

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

8009 15 St East, Sarasota

Show Prices

View all Sarasota hotels

View all Sarasota hotels

Latest Sarasota hotel reviews

Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Sarasota
44 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 25, 2014
Suntide Island Beach Club
53 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 3, 2014
Comfort Inn - North Tamiami Trail
68 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 26, 2014
Hibiscus Suites Inn
167 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Tropical Shores Beach Resort
802 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 9, 2014
The Ritz-Carlton Sarasota
905 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Timberwoods Vacation Villas
23 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 19, 2014
Helmsley Sandcastle Hotel
689 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 9, 2014
Siesta Sands Beach Resort
60 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 11, 2014
Beach Palms Of Siesta Key Village
54 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 23, 2014
Turtle Beach Resort
237 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 9, 2014
Holiday Inn Sarasota-Lido Beach
525 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Residence Inn Sarasota Bradenton
89 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 21, 2014
Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club
88 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Siesta Beach Resorts And Suit
263 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 30, 2014