On Anna Maria Island, life is quiet and simple. The island has about four dozen small privately owned hotels, most with about a dozen rooms. When you check in, you're likely to meet the property's owner or manager. You will have the option of approximately 50 unique restaurants and cafes, many owned by travelers who fell in love with the island and decided to stay and open a business.
There are no private beaches, and without the large resorts you'll find only a small fraction of people as other destinations. Meaning hotel rates are considerably lower than on most American beaches. If you are looking for best resort in Anna Maria Island then you can visit https://www.silverresorts.com/.
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The term "Old-Florida" is affectionately used to describe AMI. Florida has more coastline than any state in the U.S. For most of the 20th century, the beach was the state's No. 1 attraction. However during the second half of 1900s, the state's primary draw shifted to theme parks. Meanwhile luxury resorts spreading across the state. Now the state is the top tourism destination in the world.
For some the theme parks and high-rise resorts are the perfect escape. For those who want to experience Florida's best beaches, calm Gulf water and see stunning sunsets without the commercial aspects, Anna Maria Island is the perfect beach for them.