: Situated a short 5-minute drive from the cool emerald waters of Siesta Key Beach, on the North edge of Palmer Ranch. This tropical resort community of Sienna park is a relaxing oasis under the warm skies of the Gulf Coast. With its swaying palms, shimmering lake views and world-class resort amenities, Sienna Park offers the very best of Florida's unique lifestyle - start your day with a refreshing swim in the crystal clear pool, or get in an early match of tennis before heading off to work or day trip. Wind down with an invigorating workout at the 24-hour private fitness center, or relax and enjoy another stunning sunset with a cool drink on the poolside sundeck. This pet-friendly community also equipped with children's playground and ample free assigned parking. Conveniently located in the heart of Sarasota near major access roads, white sandy beaches, fine dining, shopping and parks. With the hip downtown boutiques of Main Street just a few minutes away, and the Everglades fairways of Gulf Gate Golf Courses almost within walking distance, you'll never have far to go to enjoy the very best of Sarasota. (total $ 695 per week)
North edge of prestigious PALMER RANCH which is a wide area, a most upscale part of Sarasota, is known for it's lush tropical vegetation, yet superb shopping, dining and entertainment. Staying here allows you to be close to it all. Drive or bike to the most beautiful white sandy beaches (Siesta beach is the no.1 beach in the US), just a mile or so from your front door. Work, visit or enjoy recreational activities without ever venturing too far from home.
Originally nicknamed 'Circus Town USA' when Ringling Brothers. Barnum & Bailey came to town in 1927, Sarasota's bustling Main Street and sunny island beaches have helped turn it into one of the most sought-after living destinations in Florida. Whether it's a spirited match of tennis, a cool morning swim or an afternoon of Memphis soul at Sarasota's Annual Blues Fest, this resort is the perfect place to enjoy the Gulf Coast just 5 minutes from the sun blanched beaches of Siesta Key.