Daniel Matusiak Introduces The Resort at Longboat Key Club in Sarasota, Florida

Daniel Matusiak

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Escape into paradise! Secluded on a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico, The Resort at Longboat Key Club is a AAA, Four Diamond Sarasota resort which encompasses 410 acres of lush lawns and pristine beachfront with authentic Old Florida boardwalks.


The environmentally-friendly resort is an official Florida "Green Lodging" and just a short drive from the upscale shopping, museums, and theaters in downtown Sarasota. Along with breathtaking ocean views, the guests enjoy oversized accommodations with private balconies, eight diverse restaurants, and lounges.


This fantastic resort features 45 holes of premier golfing and was named in Golf Digest's list of "Best Places to Play." The Harbourside Course offers three nine-hole courses. The Islandside Course, known as "The Watery Challenge,” borders the Gulf of Mexico, and water comes into play on all 18 holes. You can only imagine–the sights are magnificent! More than 5,000 palm trees and pink and white blooming oleander line the fairways and canals, making the Islandside Course one of Florida’s most beautiful golf spots.


With 20 tennis courts, golf and tennis lessons, pools, and gorgeous sandy beaches around, there is something for all recreational lovers. Many packages are available, including romantic, golf, and family specials to meet all needs. The resort facilities are highly rated, the food is excellent, and the beach is breathtaking. Without a doubt, paradise awaits every generation here.


The Resort at Longboat Key Club is also an inspiring destination for Sarasota conferences and special events. The beachfront resort showcases 12,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space along with professional event planning services and team building activities. Whether you are hosting a corporate retreat, family reunion, or romantic beach wedding, this Sarasota luxury resort will set the stage for a successful and memorable occasion.

All images courtesy of Longboat Key Club.

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