Beau Ciel offers all the luxuries of a resort— and so much more!
Beau Ciel condominiums are located in Downtown Sarasota and reside on the beautifully kept grounds of the Hyatt Regency Hotel. When you walk into the dramatic, lovely two-story lobby, you will be astounded by the beauty and attention to detail within. Your eyes will instantly be drawn to the grand staircase. Beau Ciel offers its residents to feel safe and secure, guarded by a high-tech security system and keyless entry. Other spectacular amenities at Beau Ciel include elevators, 24-hour concierge services, a community room with a catering kitchen, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a community pool and spa, a barbequing area, a private dining room, a theatre and media room, a card room, and a cabana. Residents also have access and full usage of Hyatt amenities including marina with overnight slips, room service, event planning services, mail room, lounge with a bar, men’s and women’s locker rooms with steam rooms, saunas, massage therapy rooms, and hotel discounts. Condominiums are also typically pet friendly. The condos themselves tend to range between approximately 2,000 square feet to over 8,000 square feet.
For those that love to experience urban living at its finest, Downtown Sarasota offers the perfect opportunity to take advantage of great city-side amenities. The sophisticated fashion boutiques and gourmet restaurants in the district are some of the best southwest Florida has to offer. Many other attractive venues located in or near Downtown include the Ringling Museum of Art, the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, the Sarasota Opera House, the Marie Selby Gardens, and a myriad of cafes, book stores, and other shops. If you have a dog, then head for a jog or long walk over Ringling Causeway and take in the breathtaking expanse of the azure waters of the Sarasota Bay. Another great place to walk your pet or just take a leisurely stroll alone or with a loved one is Bayfront Park. This park is close to Marina Jack’s and is also host to the one-of-a-kind statues that the park is known for. St. Armand’s Circle and the Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium are also just a short drive away.