Everything was fantastic. The staff, pool, room, everything was great. I would highly recommend staying here.
All exceeeded my expectations with their services and cleanliness and the hotel was cozy and cute and food really good
Great hotel and location with all the perks. Clean and updated.
The hotel was nice. The first room they had me in smelled strongly of bleach so they moved me with no hesitation. Great valet service and in walking distance from most bars and restaurants.
Hotel did what we needed it for, breakfast wasn't much. Waffles, fruit n cereal. Front desk staff wasnt too friendly n always had to wait for them
It is pretty good, close to highways. I Wish it had a hot spa.
Mattresses. I’m sorry but they are so uncomfortable and hard.
Pros: The facility is well kept, quiet atmosphere, bed is comfortable and staff was accomodating. Cons: came in late one evening and there was no clerk and no bell to advise someone that I was at the front desk waiting. There was no ice machine on the third floor and the coffee maker was not ...
The property was being painted overal very good freindly peope
Bringing your feline friend on your getaway seems logical. A pet is an important part of the family and you would not leave any other family members in a kennel either. However, bringing your pet requires some extra preparation. Thankfully, there are several hotels in Tampa that welcome you all and even allow more than one pet. Finding the right pet-friendly hotel means your getaway is off to a great start!
Tampa has the famous Busch Gardens and the Big Cat Rescue that are wonderful sights to see. However, both places do not allow dogs. This is why we recommend a visit to Picnic Island Park Dog Beach. This beach is a bit further away from the city center but offers more space for your dog to run around. Another spot that welcomes dogs is the Heritage Village. It is a 21-acre open-air museum that shows you more of Tampa Bay's former way of living.
Finding the right spot to eat with your dog is yet another challenge dog owners face. However, Tampa is very welcoming towards dogs, which makes this challenge a lot easier. Gasper's Grotto is a pirate-themed bar that not only loves to see your dog by your side but simply dotes on them. They prove that fact by having a doggy dinner on their menu. Your day simply cannot go wrong when visiting such a place. The Fly Bar & Restaurants is another place that welcomes pets on their outdoor patio. They serve a delicious American menu.