Siesta Key, FL Hotels
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Siesta Key is a popular Florida getaway, with white beaches and sparkling water. Located on a barrier island, it gets tourist traffic year round, particularly over Fall and Spring, when northerners travel south to get some reprieve from the cold. Because its such a popular destination for Floridians and out-of-staters alike, there are a lot of hotels to choose from, and it can be difficult to find a cheap Siesta Key hotel that meets all your needs and budget requirements. Read on for help finding the best deal and time to visit this little slice of paradise.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Siesta Key, FL

Gulf and Bay Club 204C - Two Bedroom Condo
Gulf and Bay Club 204C - Two Bedroom Condo
5730 Midnight Pass Rd, Siesta Key
from $228
Cove Ii 323F 2 Bedroom Condo By Midnight Cove Ii
Cove Ii 323F 2 Bedroom Condo By Midnight Cove Ii
1700 Cove II Place Unit 323F, Siesta Key
from $0
Beach Club Breeze
Beach Club Breeze
302 Canal Blvd, Siesta Key
from $275
LJ's Cottages at Point of Rocks by Beachside Management
from $220
Living the Dream by Beachside Management
from $299
Banana Bay Club Beachside
Banana Bay Club Beachside
1105 Point of Rocks Rd, Sarasota
from $165
Fins Up
Fins Up
110 Avenida Veneccia, Siesta Key
from $251
Cottage by the Sea by Beachside Management
from $268
The Village House by Beachside Management
from $170
Siesta Palms By The Beach
Siesta Palms By The Beach
1125 Point of Rocks Road, Siesta Key
from $389
More About Siesta Key, FL Hotels...

What are the most budget-friendly options in Siesta Key?

  The Gulfside Motel is under $120 a night, and is convenient to the beach, as well as being one of the more relatively cheap hotels in Siesta Key.  The Hyatt Regency Sarasota runs around $360 a night, and is a quick trip to Siesta Key, as well as other Sarasota attractions. There's also a bus that runs to the airport, if you're coming from out of town without a car.

What is the average price for Friday or Saturday night hotel stays?

It's important to keep in mind 'snowbird' season when visiting Siesta Key -- early Summer and Winter are the cheaper seasons, and you may be able to find some better deals when the demand isn't as high. To really keep costs low, consider staying across the bridge in Sarasota. Staying on Siesta Key typically isn't cheap, so its important to look at all your options. Hotel rooms on the Key itself or surrounding Sarasota run around $100-$200 a night in high season. 

What Airbnb options are there?

To keep the cost of your vacation low, it may be beneficial to look into Airbnb options as well as hotels. The Siesta Key Beach Artist Getaway is around $150 a night and puts you steps from the beach, and you have your own private bathroom, perfect for those looking to stay close to the beach and want the privacy you can't find at a hotel. For $75 a night, stay at Room & Private Bath Siesta Key, with two twin beds and a two night minimum, just a few steps from the beach.