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Increase your salt intake… at Sundial Beach Resort & Spa! Explore the Gulf with us. #EscapeToSundial
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It's the last day of #icecreammonth! Come enjoy a scoop at Slice of Paradice.
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We don't want #summer to end! It's not too late for you to enjoy our Summer Tennis Camp program. http://ow.ly/Q863A
Sign up for one of our adult summer tennis programs or register your child for tennis camp and celebrate the season playing on our new HydroGrid® clay courts!
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Enjoy a glass of champagne, fabulous gulf views and pampering services at the Kay Casperson Lifestyle Spa & Boutique at Sundial! Call 239-395-6002 to make your appointment.
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Every sheller dreams of finding the Junonia, and this is a beautiful one! #shelling
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We've made the list! Have you had the chance to check out our cool beach town? http://ow.ly/PMP1H
Summertime and the living's easy...
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Congratulations to our Team Member of the Quarter winner, Carlos Barriga, Engineering Supervisor! Carlos' efforts may often times be overlooked simply because he’s behind the scenes and never makes a big deal out of assisting owners and guests. He has been recognized by owners on a consistent basis not only for his knowledge and skills, but for his overall demeanor. Carlos has been with the resort for many years and has never lost sight of service levels, despite what pressure he is under. He is organized, an excellent communicator and a great asset to the resort operation. An honorable mention to our other nominees: Joshua Drummey (Front Desk), Eddie Beaubrun (F&B), Guirland Theogene (Housekeeping), Rolando Altabas (Culinary), Jader Alva (Engineering). Pictured: Phillip Starling, GM; Paul Cuppy, Director of Food & Beverage; Carlos Barriga; Robyn Ford, Director of Human Resources
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Can you name this #BeachFind? HINT: They grow through a series of moults and eventually metamorphose into adult form (photo courtesy of Sanibel Sea School).
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The Best of the Islands ballot is available in The Islander Newspaper today. Make sure to pick up a paper and get your votes in!
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Have you cast your ballot for the Best of the Islands Contest yet? Don't forget to vote for Sundial Resort! http://ow.ly/Q83KW
Vote Sundial Beach Resort & Spa THE BEST OF THE ISLANDS in the Islander Newspaper Contest! Best Full Service Resort, Best Happy Hour and Best Tennis Courts.
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We are in the running for Best Happy Hour in the Best of the Islands Contest. Submit your vote and then join us next Monday for some #margaritas!
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Have your kids had a chance to discover the wonders of #shelling with the Sanibel Sea School at Sundial? http://ow.ly/Q82ZJ
Summer shelling is in full swing here at the Sundial Beach Resort & Spa campus of the Sanibel Sea School.
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1451 Middle Gulf Dr Sanibel, FL 33957
1451 Middle Gulf DriveUSFloridaSanibel33957
(239) 472-4151sundialresort.com
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Whether you're imagining a romantic getaway for two or planning to create lifelong memories with your family, Sundial Beach Resort and Spa on Sanibel Island offers island living with tropical flair.
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Beachfront resort with condos ranging from studios to 3-bedroom units, plus 5 outdoor pools & a spa.- Google
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Robert Sebolt
4 months ago
i think this place is closed or out of business? just tried calling and it rang and rang for 3+ minutes it felt like, then it just disconnected me. wanted to amke a reservation to stay there but maybe not. i emailed them from their webpage also so i'll see if i get a response.
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David Skipp
a year ago
Overall we were pleased with our unit. It was clean and comfortable. This is a very large complex of condo buildings and the pools were very small considering the size of the complex. They were also overcrowded when we were there in July. The grounds are well kept and the beach very relaxing. Except for the pools we were very satisfied.
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Elizabeth Iciano
a year ago
BEWARE OF THE CHECK IN TIME AND HAVE THEM SEND IT TO YOU VIA EMAIL This is like a box of chocolates, you dont know what you are getting until you open the door because these are privately owned condos and some are updated and most are not. Anyway, the biggest let down was when I booked it, I was told that check in is at 12 noon and check out is at 11 am. When we got to the hotel, the front desk said that check in is at 4 pm and check out is at 11 am. We had to wait in the lobby for 4 long hours with infants and children. One of the rooms was very clean and uodated ( C305) but the other one is dingy,smelly and old (D407) and it was next to the elevator that bangs so loud every time the door closes. The outside restaurant is a haven for mosquitos at dusk and the waiters are not very friendly. The BEACH IS CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL..the only positive I can say about this place.
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Richard Rost
a year ago
Very nice resort. Good food. Nice tiki bar. The no-see-ums (little bugs) are awful, however. BRING BUG SPRAY.
Angel Bello. ASE
a month ago
Room nice but clenning service not good,restaurants lack of diversity, same menu liunch and dinner .won't eat here for a second Time .it is not expected ?
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Hunter Sherman
a year ago
You want every member of my party to pay $20 for one of the 50 empty seats by your pool, despite the fact that we're happily throwing down $15 a drink at your poolside bar? You threaten to tow our car from your half empty lot because we spent some time at the beach, despite us buying your mediocre overpriced entrees? All of this despite the large signs at the entrance to your lot claiming that you're "open to the public". Clearly you don't want our money.
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Veronica McCarthy
a year ago
This place could really be a great resort; it has all the makings. But in the end it just can't cut it and my suggestion is if you are heading to Sanibel Island look for another place to stay. The room was very dated but had great pillows. The breakfast restaurant cooks eggs to resemble an over fried frisbee. The tiki bar was nice and the lunch menu seemed to be a hit. The biggest turnoff was the lack of TV and internet connection. Upon check out we discovered half the resort had service...wonder why we weren't offered the chance to move??? The resort was not sold out. I guess that would be called CUSTOMER SERVICE.
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Susan Waddle
a year ago
Have stayed there for years, and I know to always book on the other side of the main entrance building 'O" and on. If you are in building "c" you are on the older side of the prop and the prices reflect it. Get what you pay for.