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3111 W. Gulf Drive 33957 Sanibel Island USA
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Description Island Inn
GeneralAn exquisite beachfront property, offering a high standard of amenities. Hotel is a short drive to area activities, restaurants and shopping. Heated outdoor pool, sun terrace and tennis courts. Hotel offers on-site Italian restaurant and poolside bar and grille. 94 rooms and suites in tropical-hued furnishings and rattan furniture. Spacious, comfortable rooms with hair dryer, coffee maker and iron/board. 2 bedroom condos feature full kitchen and have 1 king bed, 2 twin beds and DBL sleeper sofa (Sleeps 6 PAX).
The historic district of Old Hyde Park lies at the northern end of the peninsula which forms South Tampa. It is close to Tampa's downtown and easily accessible from the I275 interstate and the Crosstown Expressway. Much of its housing stock consists of Victorian and early twentieth century mansions and town houses. The Village (on the junction of Swann and Snow Avenues) has a collection of about 60 shops, boutiques and restaurants of eclectic design and taste. There is also a seven screen cinema.
The village offers monthly outdoor concerts, exhibitions and a bi-annual art festival.
Regular shopping hours:
10am - 7pm (Monday - Saturday)
12pm - 5pm (Sunday)
Some stores and restaurants have extended hours.
There are three covered car parks in the vicinity.
The In Town Trolley also provides a service from Downtown - 50 cents
The Sunken Gardens is St. Petersburg's oldest living museum and was originally constructed around a large sinkhole in 1903 by local plumber, George Turner. It's six acres are now the home to more than 50,000 tropical trees, plants and flowers. A paved walkway of over one mile in length meanders past lawns and waterfalls and through demonstration gardens (Japanese, orchid) and a butterfly enclosure. There is also a display of tropical birds. The Sunken Gardens arrange tours and horticultural programs. The site features a gift shop.
10am - 4:30pm (Monday - Saturday)
12noon - 4:30pm (Sunday)
Child (under 11): $4
Wheelchair accessible and there is a local parking lot.