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81%
families recommend
 
 
  149 family reviews

Families will love:

  • Located near theme parks, beaches and cruise ports
  • Spacious guest rooms and suites
  • Onsite family dining options
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About InterContinental Hotel Tampa

The InterContinental Hotel Tampa is located just five minutes from downtown Tampa and offers a great stay for families looking for a beach visit along neighboring Clearwater's beaches, an adventurous trip to Busch Gardens theme parks or simply as a pre-cruise hotel in the heart of downtown Tampa. The hotel offers 323 spacious guest rooms and suites, onsite dining at the No Name Lounge or Shula's Steak House, and a rooftop pool.

To learn more about InterContinental, please visit InterContinental.

Written by Kristin Franks

InterContinental Hotel Tampa Reviews

Quick stay at Tampa Intercontinental prior to cruise via Priceline by teedisney
We needed a hotel for 2 nights prior to a cruise. I decided to try my luck on priceline. Boy were we lucky with our bid. The bid was on a 4 star not too far from the port of Tampa. The bid was in accepted for less than $50. The reveal was the Tampa Intercontinental. Once I researched the hotel online I realized we had scored a great hotel. Our ... read more

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  • Theme Parks

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  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool



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