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The Embassy Suites by Hilton Sarasota Florida is a 19-floor, all-suite hotel within walking distance of Downtown Main Street, one of the city’s most vibrant areas.

Located at 202 N. Tamiami Trail in beautiful Downtown Sarasota, this upscale hotel offers all-suite accommodations ranging from a Studio to Queen and King Suites.

All suites feature modern decor and luxurious furnishings, wet bars and high-speed internet. We offer eight large corner suites, 108 King Suites and 72 Doubles.

Sarasota is home to an array of restaurants, museums and attractions both indoors and out … a captivating and beautiful destination for couples, families and business travelers.

Located in the heart of Downtown Sarasota, our waterfront hotel is just minutes from the finest places to eat, explore, shop and play.

Our all-suite Embassy Suites by Hilton in Sarasota Florida is close to all the action – from the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens to the Ringling Fine Arts Museum and the Sarasota Jungle Gardens.

The Embassy Suites by Hilton Sarasota FL is proud to offer …

    • 19 floors and 180 suites
    • Complimentary Cook-To-Order Full Breakfast
    • Complimentary Evening Manager’s Reception
    • Outdoor Pool Located on 8th Floor Atrium for Unobstructed City Views
    • Crescent-Shaped Pool Level Bar 
    • Fitness Center Connected to Pool with Waterfront Views
    • 24-Hour PC and Mac Business Center
    • Gift/Sundry Shop
    • 185-Seat Full-Service Restaurant with Waterfront Views
    • Nearly 4000 sq ft of Meeting Space on the 9th-Floor with a View
    • Covered Garage Parking
    • Shuttle Service to SRQ Airport
    • Convenient Location Minutes From Interstate 41, 70 and 75

Local Guide

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This small shop smack dab in the middle of everything might be owned by Vince and Karen Meaney, but they are anything but mean.

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If you like to start your day with a smoothie, take your lunch raw ... or indulge in the occasional wheatgrass shot, the Green Zebra Cafe is the place for you.

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If you want a unique souvenir of your Sarasota stay, the Historic Downtown Village is the place to play.

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