4860 WEST KENNEDY BOULEVARD
Tampa, FL 33609
Nightly Rates: ( 190.17 - 208.17 )
Located in the heart of vibrant Tampa, the InterContinental Tampa Hotel boasts a contemporary yet casual sense of elegance, which embodies the flair and sophistication of Florida style. Offering all of the amenities that the InterContinental name commands, the hotel heralds the emergence of a world-class offering in one of Florida's most-loved cities. The hotel offers over 1500 square metres of flexible meeting space, Wi-Fi available in guestrooms and public areas of the hotel, state-of-the-art fitness centre, full-service concierge program, as well as a rooftop pool with spectacular views of the bay and city. InterContinental Tampa is just minutes from the airport, within walking distance to shopping and convenient to attractions such as Busch Gardens, Raymond James Stadium, the Florida Aquarium, St. Pete Times Forum and beautiful gulf coast beaches.
· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 3:00 PM
· Check out time is 12:00 PM
· Time Zone is GMT
· Opened in 2007
· 323 rooms.
· 23 suites.
· 11 floors.
Tip: A belly dancer performs on Friday and Saturday nights. Authentic, traditional Lebanese cuisine in an upscale but relaxed setting. Mama's food is good, fresh, and healthy.Frenchy's Rockaway Grill
Tip: Enjoy a ruben grouper sandwich and a great view over the Gulf of Mexico. Serving local fish caught from the restaurants own boats, this casual beachfront restaurant specializes in grilled, blackened or fried grouper sandwiches.Gallery Bistro
Tip: The stuffed filet mignon and southern sea bass with crabmeat are terrific. Adventurous and innovative dishes reflect the diverse cooking styles of the Southeast.Giordano's Pizza
Tip: If you aren't that hungry, try the thin pizza. It uses the same ingredients. Chicago's famous pizza place has brought its award-winning deep-dish pizzas to Tampa.La Teresita
Tip: Enjoy fresh Cuban toast and cafe con leche for breakfast. This busy Cuban restaurant has a separate cafeteria section for quick counter service. The dishes are the same in both areas.Lauro Ristorante Italiano
Tip: The tiramisu is the best in town. Chef has been serving wonderful northern Italian cuisine for 17 years. The pasta and bread are made on the premises daily.Wine Exchange
Tip: During pleasant weather, the patio is the place to dine. A trendy spot specializing in Mediterranean dishes with American and Pacific Rim influences. One of the most popular dishes is the lobster ravioli.Boizao Steakhouse
Tip: The fixed-price menu comes with repeat visits to the salad buffet. This Brazilian churrascaria (steakhouse) offers 14 different roasted meats and an extensive salad bar.Caf du Frain
Tip: The curved wine bar is perfect for a drink with a view. Located on Harbour Island overlooking downtown Tampa, this restaurant is known for its great waterfront views.Ceviche Tapas Bar and Restaurant
Tip: The perfect setting for a romantic evening. Bathed in candlelight, this tapas bar is the 'see and be seen' location after 5pm. There is indoor and outdoor seating.Chateau France
Tip: Try the bouillabaisse or escargots baked in puff pastry. Fine French cuisine is served in this Victorian mansion, located in the historic district of downtown St Petersburg. There are outdoor tables on the veranda.Columbia Restaurant
Tip: Watch a live flamenco dance show Monday through Saturday for an additional $6 per person. Florida's oldest restaurant has been family owned and operated for over 100 years. Serves authentic Spanish/ Cuban cuisine; some say the best in Tampa Bay.Restaurant BT
Tip: Vegetarian dishes are always available. Influenced by traditional Vietnamese and classic French cuisine. Authentic, healthy and fresh.Six Tables
Tip: The duckling, beef tenderloin and seafood specialties are good, but try the 'out of ordinary' entrees. Always top Zagat-rated, this unique dining concept offers a six-course, fixed-price menu. Its lobster bisque is the best. Fixed Price Menu.Yacht Starship Dining (Cruise)
Tip: The Sunday cruising brunch is the most generous in Tampa. Tampa Bay's premier dining yacht offers live entertainment, four-star cuisine and a million-star view.717 South
Tip: The miso-and-sake catch of the day cannot be topped! Slick, chic, New York-style restaurant in SoHo frequented by the beautiful people. It serves a unique fusion of Pacific Rim and Italian food.Bern's Steak House
Tip: Take a tour of the kitchen and wine cellar. A glorious experience awaits: perfectly matured steaks, a vast collection of wine, and a room dedicated to desserts.Donatello
Tip: Simply the most romantic restaurant in Tampa. Their motto of 'quality and tradition' underscores everything, from your first sip of wine to the must-try Grand Marnier souffle.Mangrove's
Tip: Entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights. Enjoy the finest seafood in SoHo. There are two levels of indoor and outdoor dining and a lounge with a 60ft stained glass bar.Mise en Place
Tip: The swanky lounge has a happy hour, perfect for after-work drinks. What began in 1986 as a small catering company is, today, a premier West Coast Florida restaurant.Oystercatcher's
Tip: The catches come from near and far, from local black grouper to wild salmon. Enjoy a drink on the deck overlooking Old Tampa Bay before dining on freshly caught seafood.Parkshore Grill
Tip: Definitely a place to see and be seen Modern American food in a beautifully designed spot, with indoor or outdoor tables overlooking Straub Park and the Vinoy Yacht Basin.Salt Rock Grill
Tip: Patio, dock, upper or lower-level dining is available. The drive to Indian Shores on the Gulf of Mexico is reason enough to dine here, and the fish is great too.Shula's No Name Lounge
Take time in between meetings and conference events to relax in our chic No Name Lounge. With five plasma-screen televisions, our lounge is the perfect spot in Tampa for catching up on sporting events and entertaining clients or friends.
Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site