Hibiscus Suites Inn

1735 Stickney Point Road, Sarasota, 34231, FL

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1 Room / 2 Adults

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Less than a mile from the white beaches of Siesta Key, Hibiscus Suites Inn boasts clean, comfortable accommodations at affordable rates. The hotel offers four different room variations: a One Bedroom Suite, Islander One Bedroom Suite, Hibiscus Two-Bedroom Townhouse and Two Bedroom Suite 1 Level. Most units feature refrigerators, and connecting rooms are available. Parents enjoy the outdoor swimming pool while kids splash in a swimming pool just for them. Guest laundry facilities are located onsite, and complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.

Our Editor Loves

  • Children's pool
  • Free breakfast
  • Laundry facility

Family Amenities

  • Connecting Rooms
  • Kids' Pool
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry
  • Pool


awesome clean renovated suites

by jaoirisheyes

What a lovely spot! Renovated with euro design. Suites with full kitchens, close to access the beaches, good breakfast and nice pool. Friendly folks and plenty of parking. Would stay here again for sure.

Celebrating my daughter's 17th Birthday

by PerezDee

At Check-in Cathi greeted us and provided us with info for a free shuttle--she was very professional and helpful throughout our stay. We were 4 ladies: my mom, her friend, my 17-year old and myself. The room was very clean and a kitchenette with a full size fridge (really loved that!) and fully stocked with pots and utensils. They had toiletries like make-up remover towelettes, toothpaste, toothbrush, and razors to name a few. The staff was always available and very accommodating. There were beach towels to use at our convenience. We booked through Groupon which in turn was Expedia.com (very easy process). We wish we could have enjoyed the pool a little more. They provided a continental breakfast-would have like to get bananas but the waffles were pretty good. Overall it was an enjoyable stay and would consider going back