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4-Star Family-Friendly Hotel in Tampa
Set on Florida's gulf coast, the Tampa Bay area is home to more than 15 white-sand beaches. Two of them—Fort De Soto and Caladesi Island—have been named the best in America by Dr. Beach. And with nearly 250 sunny days a year, it’s no wonder the area is known as a haven for outdoor activities. You can fish, surf, and golf on waterfront courses year-round. For nature lovers, there’s the world-famous Busch Gardens, which offers up-close encounters with more than 2,000 exotic animals in their natural habitats. All of these attractions, as well as a number of venerable museums, lie in proximity to this mystery hotel.
From this point, the beach is less than a mile away. The nearby Courtney Campbell Causeway provides easy access to Clearwater Beach and St. Pete—beautiful barrier islands that stretch along the gulf shore. Along with attractions such as dolphin-watching cruises and nature preserves, these islands are known for their festive seafood restaurants. For shopping, take the hotel’s complimentary shuttle to International Plaza and Bay Street, where luxury retailers include Burberry and Tory Burch.
The mystery hotel’s restaurant serves, at an additional cost, a full breakfast buffet in the morning. Lunch and dinner options range from traditional salads to spicy seafood plates, and the lounge is a popular spot for cocktails. You can also dine by the hotel’s heated outdoor pool with spectacular views of the ocean.
Tampa, Florida: Sunny Days, Beaches, and Busch Gardens
Ranked America’s No. 5 best city for the outdoors by Forbes, Tampa is often unfairly overlooked by vacationers headed to Florida. Located 90 miles southwest of Orlando, Tampa enjoys sunny days two-thirds of the year. Locals make the most of the weather by hanging out in more than 165 city parks and on beaches that span some 2,200 acres.
Roller coasters and exotic animals share real estate at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, a 335-acre theme park in northeast Tampa designed to evoke the thrills of an African safari. Like a big cat sprinting after its prey, Cheetah Hunt—the park’s newest roller coaster—can reach speeds of up to 60 miles per hour.
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