Safari Inn and Suites

4200 North Tamiami Trail, (formerly Regency Inn), Sarasota, Florida, 34234, United States
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Good For Business
  • Families100
  • Couples77
  • Solo80
  • Business100

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Hotel in Sarasota

by Schipe

Me and my wife will be next month in the Sarasota area and tinking about a stay for 3 or 4 days in the SPRINGHILL SUITES By MARRIOTT SARASOTA. The hotel is located near the Sarasota/Bradenton airport and we know that it is not at the beach.

Does someone have experiences with that hotel?

Thanks in advance

Re: Hotel in Sarasota

by iluvtrvl

I've not stayed at that particular hotel, but have stayed at several in the chain.

Springhill is OK - nothing fancy. Suited to the business traveler on limited expenses....hotel is similar to Extended Stay America - basic bedding, kitchenette, laundry facilities, TV channels - nothing more, nothing less. However, they lock up tight at night and enforce noise restrictions due to the nature of their business clientelle, so keep the noise level at a minimum while doing that vacation partying!

Travel Tips for Sarasota

Suncoast Offshore: Grand Prix Festival

by sarahjayn

Personally, I really don't like this event, so for people like-minded to me, this is more of a warning than a tip. Every year, thousands of power boat profiteers and their fans come to Sarasota Bay for a combination golf tournament / boat race. The traffic in town becomes ultra-congested (which is terrible, because it's pretty bad normally), the stores are crowded, and the beach is always, always full - - bascially, there's no breathing room anywhere. Also, there's the noise. If you are on the keys you can here the roar of the engines from anywhere - including your $300 / night hotel room.
This event takes place the last week of June usually, so if no elbow room, noise, and a huge waste of fossil fuels is not your cup of tea, I'd avoid Sarasota all together then. However, if you have a desire to see shiny boats go really, really fast - charge on down!

The Best Quiche Ever & Pastries , too

by Mynameislori about La Fille du Boulanger

Real good real French food. The pastries are beautiful to look at and even better to eat. Open for breakfast and lunch, as well as dinner. Salmon's just plain delicious...and so it the quiche legumiere...especially with a glass of bordeaux, followed by expresso and pastries. Breakfast/brunch/lunch is under $10, if I remember right, and dinner is more...A lot depends on what your order, how much excellent bordeaux you drink, and at what point you stop eating pastries.

Come face to face with Sea Turtles at the Mote!

by noidiotsplease

More than an attraction, the Mote Marine Aquarium is also a very important shark and sea turtle research center. Here, visitors can come face to face with injured sea turtles that are in various stages of recovery. In addition, the Mote features numerous aquariums including a fabulous jellyfish tank and a petting pool filled with many small marine creatures. The turtles are the big attraction however (see my travelogue). Don't forget to pickup a cool souvenir at the gift shop on your way out!

ringling museum

by doug48

pictured is the inner courtyard of the ringling museum. the courtyard of this huge italinate style building has a beautiful garden and a number of famous replica italian renaissance statues. in the center of the courtyard in a bronze cast of the original michelangelo's "david".

Sarasota Car Museum

by tampa_shawn

Is bigger than you'd think. Has over 100 cars from: Auburn, Bentley, Cadillac station wagon (one of only 5 ever made), DeLorean, Edsel, Ferrari, etc. Vintage, classic, muscle, exotic cars

The Museum also has an Antique Game Arcade. The games are operational and cost just a few cents to play.

There are coupons on their website (link below):
Open daily 9:00 - 6:00pm


Adult $8.50
Senior 65+ years $7.65
Junior 13-17 years $5.75
Child 6-12 years $4.00
Child under 6 free


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