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5325 Marina Drive  Holmes Beach  Florida  34217  USA 

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New Hotel Opening in November 2017

Set sail to luxury and style at our Anna Maria Island hotel

Let the charm of Old Florida entice your stay at Waterline Marina Resort & Beach Club, Autograph Collection. Our luxury hotel on Anna Maria Island features a 50-slip marina and spacious rooms near Longboat Key, Sarasota and Bradenton. Unwind in our island suites featuring fully equipped gourmet kitchens, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and private balconies with magnificent views. Savor the local flavors at Eliza Ann's Coastal Kitchen, serving fresh seafood with a Southern twist in a casual atmosphere. When downtime arises, our resort offers an array of activities to make your beach getaway a special one. Head to our exclusive beach club where you can rent kayaks, paddleboards and navigate in crystal-clear waters. For meetings and celebrations, our hotel features indoor and outdoor venues to help you host a memorable event overlooking the marina. Whether you're getting here by land or sea, don't miss the opportunity to call Waterline Marina Resort & Beach Club, Autograph Collection home.

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