Hotel Indigo® Sarasota is a hotel with heart, located in the heart of Sarasota’s Downtown Arts District.
You’ll feel immersed in the culture of our neighborhood as soon as you walk through our doors, where paintings by local artists line our halls and furniture by area craftspeople fills our rooms.
Our 95-room Deco style hotel is small enough to feel warm and inviting, but large enough to expand your horizons. True to the Hotel Indigo® name, walls of tranquil blue and murals of local scenery encourage relaxation and renewal at every turn.
Hotel Indigo® is ideal for our guests traveling for work or play. In addition to a printer equipped business center, you’ll find fast and reliable Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, so you can stay connected during your stay.
For visitors traveling with family, we offer king- and queen-sized rooms with connecting suites by request. At our pet-friendly hotel in Sarasota Florida, you can even bring the family cat or dog. (They deserve to get away, too.)
Ample on-site parking makes travel to town convenient. If you are visiting without a car, our Sarasota hotel offers a complimentary shuttle to the SRQ airport – only three miles away – as well as many destinations throughout our vibrant downtown.
Heralded as the cultural center of Florida’s Western Gulf Coast, you can explore Sarasota’s circus history and fine art at The Ringling, or take in the gorgeous flora at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.
Our beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, with Siesta Key, once voted the No. 1 beach in America, located right across the bay. Relax the day away on our pure white sand, and make a splash in the clear blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Here, luxury meets the comfort of home. We who call Sarasota home feel privileged to share our city with you.
Visit the Hotel Indigo® Sarasota to experience the best in hospitality on Florida’s Gulf Coast. But don’t take our word for it. See our guest reviews here.
Wake up to a brand New Year with us! Ring in the New Year with Downtown Sarasota's Pineapple Drop, within walking distance of the hotel, then start your New Year right with breakfast in bed for two with your choice of Mimosa’s or Bloody Mary’s.Learn More
Vacation equals relaxation here at Hotel Indigo Sarasota FL. This yoga package includes one-hour sessions of both yoga and massage. Book now, bliss awaitsLearn More
Make an aquatic adventure out of your vacation with this exclusive Kayak Package. Book this special to receive a breakfast and kayaking excursion for two.Learn More
Every Sunday, one hour before the sun goes down, crowds flock to Siesta Key for a community drum circle, where everyone is welcome.Read More
They call it an 'ode to old Florida living.' Tucked in the heart of downtown, you'll enjoy the Southern hospitality, service, atmosphere - and the food.Read More
This open-air restaurant is located directly on the water, keeping a cool breeze flowing year-round. With a laid back atmosphere and tons of friendly faces, you'll want to put The Old Salty Dog on your 'must try' list.Read More
Cask & Ale is the premier location in Sarasota for late night drinks and appetizers.Read More
Dating back to the early 1930’s, the Sarasota Jungle Gardens have been part of the Sarasota community for generations.Read More
Mozzarella Fella makes fresh mozzarella daily for their lunch and dinner menus!Read More
Yoder's has homemade pies made from scratch and a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.Read More
Located in the heart of Downtown Sarasota, Mattison’s City Grille offers a unique outdoor atmosphere on a city street. With plenty of fans and shade, the restaurant is a great spot to grab some grub, day or night – and all four seasons.Read More
There's a funky little shack on Siesta Key where we can get together and make jewelry. Owner Kristine has been beading forever. Beads are her passion, and it's evident when you visit.Read More
After leaving behind a swanky corporate job in Silicon Valley, Kathryn discovered her creative gift and created a place to share it with her lucky visitors. She quite literally drove off into the California fog, said a little prayer and hoped for the best.Read More
Since that day, Scott has made more than 4,000 tube dudes, sending them to 48 countries. Every single tube dude is original. Before he creates his piece, he talks to the buyer to learn something about them he can incorporate into the statue.Read More
If you're looking for an epicurean experience to remember, don't miss Columbia Restaurant in St. Armands Circle.Read More
From beachwear to bead art, you can fill your travel bag with a unique Sarasota souvenir when you go shopping in Siesta Key. Stop by the Front Desk on your way back to the Hotel Indigo Sarasota to show us all your loot and treasures. We love seeing what you find out there!Read More
You’re always on Island time when you’re at Tommy Bahama. But the best time to be at Tommy Bahama is Happy Hour.Read More
Bijou Cafe is located in the heart of Downtown Sarasota's Theatre + Arts District, across the street from the Sarasota Opera House. What was once a Texaco gas station is now a quaint continental restaurant with modern flair.Read More
At age 16, while living in England, Ionie Bergs was doing the paper rounds to make some extra cash. Because her father had died of a heart attack at only 38 years old, Ionie began reading up on nutrition. She dreamed of someday starting a healthy restaurant. But instead of going the culinary route, she chose business school.Read More
This is a place for beer drinkers who are curious about their beer. Not for guzzlers, but for those inquisitive imbibers who care to learn about the unique combinations of hops and barley responsible for their buzz on a warm summer's day.Read More
Station 400's history is a bit of a mystery, with one guest purporting the location was a working train station in the 60s and another telling us it was never functional. But if you take a look at all the vintage photos on the restaurant walls, it certainly appears to have welcomed passengers.Read More
"Drink coffee, sleep later." That's Lelu's motto.Read More
Nobody, that's who. The real story behind one of Sarasota's best-loved breakfast spots begins with two friends on a power walk over a bridge.Read More
Get Loose Tea & Art takes its name from loose tea leaves and the motto of its owner: "We have serious tea, but not to be taken too seriously," says Lisa Feistel, who opened the shop in 2015.Read More
When you come to Sarasota with your pet, you probably want to explore our coastal town with him, too. Sarasota is very dog-friendly, with a variety of parks and restaurants for running, playing, or enjoying a bite while watching the sunset. We've compiled a list of the best, by neighborhood:Read More
Get out and make friends, or just go be friendly with the friends you already have.Read More