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The Capri At Siesta in Sarasota, FL

The Capri At Siesta in Sarasota, FL

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Rating: 5.00

Address: 6782 Sarasea Cir, Sarasota, FL, 34242

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    Comments (5):

    1. Luis S.
    Let me start off by saying I don't know how the other places around here are but I love this place!  Quiet, clean, and the staff is top notch. I love the concept of sharing left over items instead of tossing it and creating yet more waste. There is a washer an dryer on site for guests to use, they also have DVD movies for those nights you just want to stay in and chilax.  They have grills outside the rooms in the patio area for any guests to use and comfortable furniture as well.  It is about 300 yards from the beach where you can take a walk to every dusk and watch the sun set.  Walking distance is the 7-11 and a few restaurants and bars, the local rental shop is near as well, where you can rent bikes, kayaks, or anything else your into.  I highly recommend this place it's our go to place from now on in Siesta.

    01/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. S J.
    My fiance and I travel quite a bit for weekend beach stays and have been looking for that one place we can come to time and time again... and it's definitely safe to say we found exactly what we were looking for. We stayed in a Villa(105) and it was super clean and smelled fresh. The air worked as did all of the appliances. The bathroom was stocked with all normal hotel amenities(soap, shampoo, lotion, and I believe the brand was Tommy Bahama) and even a few extras. I found the bed to be very comfortable as well. The villa had a pull out couch and if we had anyone else staying with us, we would have had plenty of pillows and blankets. Extra blankets and pillows in the closet, even extra tea and coffee in the kitchenette. It is so nice not to have to ask for things. It was nicely decorated too! I've always hated those tacky "beach" themed hotel comforters, but no worries, they don't exist here. The Kitchenette is also modern stocked with dishes and cookware. The Capri is situated on a round a bout type of road, with several other hotels set up similarly. The "road" you cross to get to the pool is not really a road. The only people using it are also staying at hotels.  The beach is also not far at all.  Just a short (2min?)walk past other hotels.
    I can not express how nice the staff is here. My fiance called about their pet policy, and when he got off the phone, he said the girl he spoke to had to be the nicest person alive. :) We asked for a late check out and it was available and again the guy that was there was nice, professional, knowledgeable.... all of the things you want in a front desk/office staff. It goes a long way with me, and it's one of the biggest reasons we will be back. Also, a few random things, the courtyard area has lawn furniture like couches, and tables, grills...and not park like grills, one you might buy and put on your patio. Each room has its own two seat table outside the door. The whole place had a "home away from home" feeling. Literally, my only complaint.... I wish the rooms also had wine glasses :D That's the worst thing I can say.... although the glasses they did have worked out just fine. This is a great place for everyone; Families, couples, or if you just want to get away by yourself. All in all, if you want a great place, very close to the beach, for a great price: stay here.

    28/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Ks K.
    Beautiful location, wonderful staff.  Kudos to Emily,  Becky & staff.  Very quiet, few families during our stay & the ones that did were respectful of quiet hours.  Very welcoming, natural plantings in courtyard, with a nice fountain feature.  The staff recycles, which is awesome considering the amount of resort places that don't  (unbelievable but true!)

    The rooms are clean, spacious & well appointed.  Kitchens with full fridge, dishwasher, burners & stove, & countertop for prep.  Our room had a small glass table, 4 chairs for dining.  Small table with 2 chairs outside our door for little dining al fresco.  More patio seats in courtyard as well.  AC worked great, ceiling fan when AC wasn't needed.  Bathroom with great tropical scented toiletries.

    We look forward to our next stay!

    02/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Tara J.
    My husband and I spent three nights at The Capri over Labor Day weekend in celebration of my birthday.  We stayed in 107, the Deluxe Suite.  We'd never been to Siesta Key before, and WOW was it fantastic to have Becky (the manager) tell us the key points to know - how to get to the village, good places to eat, what to do on the beach - as well as welcome us to The Capri.  She couldn't have been a better "welcome wagon"!

    Room 107 is the largest of all accommodations at The Capri. It is very well kept and updated, and provided everything we needed - oven, stove, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, dishes, glasses, utensils, coffee and coffee maker, creamer, salt/pepper, pots/pans, toaster, blender, and a nice dining area both inside and outside of the room.  I found the bed to be comfy, but it was the only complaint my husband had.  His back hurt every day after sleeping in that bed.  The bedroom itself has a nice chest of drawers and a sizable closet (with bathrobes!), along with a flat screen television.  

    The living room was large with a couch, chair, coffee table and another flat screen.  It was in the living room that we primarily accessed the complimentary Wi-Fi, and it was FAST!  The bathroom was nice and clean, and I would have loved more counter space, but what can you expect at the beach, right?  It was ample for what we needed, but I kept a few of the toiletries in the toiletry bag and hung it behind the door.

    Though there is no scheduled daily housekeeping service, if you need to have any cleaning done, it's a phone call away.  Otherwise, you can exchange your bath towels and beach towels simply by placing them in the provided tote, right outside your door. The next day, the housekeeping staff will provide you with clean replacements (as well as a little surprise - Ritz Bitz peanut butter sandwiches).

    The Capri offers a room where you can borrow beach toys as long as you return them, and also pick up extra supplies like toilet paper, coffee, creamer, dishwashing detergent, and other items that might need replenishing.  There are even beach chairs to borrow or you can rent them at the beach.  We brought our own beach chairs, umbrella and table, and never had an issue finding a good spot on the beach, even during the busy holiday weekend.

    I also love how the front office offers DVDs for free use.  Just watch your movie and return the DVD, and grab another one.  Or, grab two!  Or, three!  Just return them to the front desk when finished.

    We used Jerry's Siesta Key Free Ride to get from The Capri into the village each evening.  It's about a 3-mile drive and rather than dealing with parking (which can be quite an issue in the village), we would simply call Jerry for a ride to the village, and then call back when we were ready to go back to The Capri.  He and his drivers work on tips only, and drive little electric vehicles that seat 5 passengers.  It's really the best way to get around, and it's reliable and fairly quick!  They'll even offer you a $5 coupon to use at certain businesses.

    This was our first trip to Siesta Key and The Capri.  We loved it, and will be back!

    03/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Adora B.
    This was a perfect romantic quiet getaway. I would honeymoon here it was so lovely.

    Modern furniture, super clean, Emily at the front desk was pleasant and helpful, walking distance to the beach and the other guests were quiet as mice even though all the rooms were booked (its a small hotel so that was probably only 7 other rooms). There's a pool that all the hotels use which was nice. Very visually appealing with landscaping in the courtyard and brand new grills and patio furniture outside the door. In the room they had a stove, pots and pans, dishes, fridge, microwave, coffee, etc.

    I liked that they gave you a list of things you could rent and charge to the room - boogey board, chairs, boat, kayak, etc. The prices were reasonable too.

    This hotel shares a street called Sarasea with probably 6 or 7 other hotels. It's like the fourth hotel from the beach and reasonably priced for what you get. The two right on the beach probably cost too much and were very crowded and the 2 next to us seemed not as nice visually.

    The cool part is that even though we had a 1 bedroom (called the Palmetto room), you could easily have a friend sleep on the loveseat/couch if you wanted to split the cost.

    Only downside was check in was late at 3 pm and checkout was at 11 am. Other downside was no dogs allowed.

    We will be back!!

    28/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0