Top Luxury Hotels for Spring Break in Tampa
The Top Luxury Hotels for Spring Break in Tampa is one of my favorites. Not only does the list include luxurious hotel accommodations, but it includes the hotels that have the extra edge of ambiance and location. As we all know location is extremely important and ambiance makes all the difference between a good visit and a great one. Not one of these hotels will leave you wanting more.
1207 South Howard Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33606
The Epicurean Hotel is the hottest hotel in Tampa. From the haute modern decor to the amenities, one could comfortably stay at the Epicurean indefinitely. And why not, with its comfy beds, chic lobby, Epicurean Theatre and Evangeline Spa there is no incentive to leave. You can even use your Marriott Rewards. Come see why the city is talking about the Epicurean Hotel.
601 North Florida Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33602
La Meridien is the Federal Courthouse turned chic hotel in downtown Tampa. This hotel mixes contemporary culture with European heritage. La Meridien is impressive, even by discriminating standards, and the level of glamour of this hotel is rarely seen outside of major cities like New York. Bring a special friend to La Meridien or make it a friends trip– either way will keep your Facebook friends talking for weeks, #heckya.
4200 Jim Walter Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33607
If you are looking for a bit of glamor for your Spring Break in Tampa, then the Renaissance Tampa International Plaza is your hotel. The hotel offers packages that include airport pick-up and drop-off, drinks at the bar and breakfast at the impressive Pelagia Trettoria. What else is needed other than great friends to share the experience with?
905 Florida Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33602
The Floridian Hotel is one of the most recognizable buildings, directly in the center of downtown Tampa. This historic building offers luxury, history and fun. Built in 1926, the Floridian Hotel boasts a beautiful lobby, fancy rooms, great places to eat and walking distance of most anything downtown. The bar is reminiscent of an old men’s club. The Crystal Dining room is exactly that, crystal, with chandeliers galore and baroque china. And the Sapph room still offers the original “Between the Sheets” martini from 1926. Come rediscover old Tampa elegance.