|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
RVA offers beautiful turquoise waters and quartz-crystal white sands, which have been officially ranked as the “finest, whitest sand beach in the world.” This new resort features modern décor, mixed with the youthful attitude of this world-famous destination, making this chic resort one of the most desired accommodations on Siesta Key. Decorated using clean lines and bright colors, all while remaining inviting and engaging, this resort includes all that is signature to Southwest Florida. Each unit features a full-size kitchen, large flat-screen TV, modern décor, Avonite countertops, and top-of-the-line Four Seasons, plush mattresses.
Your vacation in Southwest Florida doesn’t stop there; Siesta Key is the perfect spot for a young family or the young-at-heart. This barrier island is energized – with plenty of Frisbee throwing, volleyball, jogging, beachside tennis, biking and picnicking. The Siesta Village offers a spirited combination of different sides of Sarasota, from candlelit dining to beach boutiques and cool daiquiris. Best of all, you can laze away the afternoon and partake in a “siesta” in the sun, either swaying on your favorite raft above the gentle waves or on the beach near the lapping shoreline. For luxurious accommodations on Siesta Key, the only choice is The Beach Club.
Accommodations: The Beach Club at Siesta Key offers studio, one- or two-bedroom units, just steps from the beautiful beaches. Relax by the heated community pool or stroll through nearby Siesta Key Village, where cuisine and entertainment take on an island flair.
Unit #100A Features: Studio, 1-bathroom corner unit in building A
Bedding: Queen Murphy Bed
Resort Features: Beach Access Footsteps Away, Heated Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, On-site Office, Private or Community Patios, Newly Constructed in 2009, Complimentary Wireless Internet Access, Full-size Kitchens, Avonite Countertops, Stainless Steel Appliances, LCD Flat-Screen TV's, DVD Players, iPod Docking Station, Private Washer/Dryer, Ideal Siesta Key Location
Dining: Although The Beach Club at Siesta Key does not have an on-site restaurant, it is centrally located within a short drive or bike ride from local salt-water cuisine. Siesta Key restaurants include Daiquiri Deck (2.95 miles), Siesta Key Oyster Bar (2.95 miles), Broken Egg Restaurant (3.12 miles), Lobster Pot (3.07 miles), or Javier’s Restaurant and Wine Bar (0.14 miles).
Attractions: Siesta Key is known for its crystal beaches and leisure island relaxing. As a barrier island to the town known as the area's "cultural capital", an assortment of entertainment options can be found at nearby Sarasota where attractions and activities abound for all age groups.
There are no golf courses located on Siesta Key, however nearby Sarasota and Bradenton areas offer top-rated golf courses a short drive off the island.
St. Armand’s Circle of Lido Key is a must-see in the area. Located just 10 miles from The Beach Club at Siesta Key, this European-inspired outdoor shopping arena includes a large selection of classy stores, restaurants, jewelry galleries, and more! Rumor has it that circus magnate John Ringling won Lido Key in a poker game and turned the sister island to Siesta Key into a world-famous attraction.
Rates: This property offers both daily and weekly rates. See rate table below.