Holiday Inn® Sarasota Airport – New Luxury Sarasota Florida Hotel with Moderate Price. The new Holiday Inn® Sarasota Airport hotel, with the stunning six story atrium, glass elevators, waterfall and Sporting News Grill is one of the very best Sarasota FL hotels and is centrally located with easy access to the beaches and all points in Sarasota, Bradenton and Lakewood Ranch. The world famous Florida gulf coast white sand beaches of Siesta Key Beach, Lido Key Beach, Longboat Key Beach and Anna Maria Island are all convenient to the Holiday Inn® Sarasota Airport. The Holiday Inn® Sarasota Airport hotel is nearby the world-renowned John and Mabel Ringling Museum, The Ca d'Zan Mansion, Circus Museums, Asolo Repertory. Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall and St. Armands Circle. Holiday Inn® Sarasota Airport Hotel is home to the only Sporting News Grill in Florida which offers great food and beverages with nine 50” HDTVs, alfresco dining on the terrace and a fire-pit conversation area.Guests enjoy the beautiful new guestrooms, state of the art Fitness Center, indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room and outside south beach inspired cabana area. Free Wi-Fi and wired internet access, free local and domestic long distance call and free Business Center with three computers and printer. Whether business or fun brings you to Sarasota, FL, Holiday Inn Sarasota Airport hotel's stunning atmosphere, services and amenities are sure to make your stay most enjoyable.
Staff attentive courteous food in restaurant good large portions. Room clean and comfortable.
Photos made it look bigger and newer than it is but it was still a good experience
The check-inn staff were friendly and professional. The king suite was big and luxurious. Great stay
The hotel appeared to be new, very clean and had great amenities. Restaurant on site. Reasonably priced
Lobby was understaffed. I incurred long waits for service. Restaurant was understaffed and service was fair.
Our room was exactly what we expected. The food was amazing and well priced. Staff was very nice.
Did not understand why a handicapped room would be on the 6th floor. And the elevator actually was broke for a time one night. But there was no sign posted to indicate we had to take the stairs. What if we would have needed to get our handicapped aunt down from the 6th floor?