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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Tampa-I-75 @ Bruce B. Downs is a Florida leisure hotel near Busch Gardens and the University of South Florida.
The air-conditioned rooms provide ensuite, hairdryer, coffee maker, ironing set, free Wi-Fi, desk, free local calls, free newspaper and daily housekeeping. Some suites feature sofa bed, whirlpool, microwave, refrigerator and separate living area.
The pet friendly, smoke-free hotel offers limited hours front desk, business center, car service, fitness center, discounted off-site fitness center, laundry facilities, dry cleaning service, front desk safe, ice machine and ATM.
Guests are welcome to enjoy an Express Start Breakfast bar each day at no charge. There are nearby establishments for other food and drink throughout the day.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Tampa-I-75 @ Bruce B. Downs is near the USF Sun Dome, Pebble Creek Golf Course, The Shops at Wiregrass and businesses such as MetLife, Verizon, USAA and Telecom Park.
The three storey-high glass domed Florida Aquarium was opened in March 1995 and has become a landmark on the edge of the Channelside district of downtown Tampa . Its mission statement declares the organisation to be dedicated to public entertainment, education and conservation. The facility is home to over ten thousand aquatic plants and animals, birds and fish from over thirteen hundred species from Florida and all over the world. The aquarium exhibits range over two floors and can be seen on a self paced walking tour through a variety of diverse habitats such as wetlands, bays and beaches and coral reefs. There is a large shark tank and special displays of rare creatures such as seahorses and spiders. Children may also pet a ray. Descriptive cards are located throughout the building. The aquarium owns a catamaran which organises ecological trips around Tampa Bay. There is a large car park on site and the TECO trolley stops nearby. ADMISSION: Open daily: 9:30am 5pm (Closed Christmas Day and Thanksgiving) Adults (12 60) $ 17.95 Seniors (60+) $ 14.95 Children (2 12) $12.95
Originally called the Tampa Bay Ice Palace when it was first opened in 1996, it was renamed after the local newspaper in 1999. It is a large steel and glass structure in the heart of downtown Tampa, situated between the Channelside District and the Convention Centre. It is also home to Tampa Bay Lightning, the NHL ice hockey team. With a capacity of over 20,000 the St Pete Times Forum hosts over 100 concerts, ice shows, circus and other events throughout the year. The Forum has three restaurants (Medallions, Icons and Shots - which serve a range of full and light menus) and the Absoluts Experience Lounge (a full service bar). Fast food concession stands operate during events. There is a disabled person's drop-off point on Channelside Drive as well as multi-storey and lot parking in the vicinity. The forum and restaurant are wheelchair accessible. Admission prices and opening times vary according to the event Box office: +1(813)3012500 Major credit and debit cards are accepted
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