Ramada Tampa

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

11714 Morris Bridge Road, (Formerly Shoney's Inn), Tampa, Florida, 33617, United States
Ramada Temple Terrace/Tampa North
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 14% higher than other 2.5 star hotels

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  • Couples86
  • Solo89
  • Business73

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Forum Posts

Best vantage points of the skyline

by noidiotsplease

I will be visiting Tampa soon and wanted to know where some of the best vantage points are for taking pictures of the downtown skyline. I know that in the immediate area is a Riverwalk (or some portion of one), Harbour Island, Davis Islands, Channelside, Bayshore Blvd., Hyde Park Village, the University of Tampa, and the financial district, but I am not sure about the walkability of all these areas and what kinds of vantage points they offer. In other words, if you were going to take photos of downtown Tampa, where would you go? There will be two children with us, so I certainly would be looking for places that have sidewalks or are otherwise pedestrian-friendly. I appreciate any feedback. Thanks.

Re: Best vantage points of the skyline

by USanFrancisco

There's nothing really to take a picture of in downtown Tampa lol. I'd look at taking pictures of the skyline of Clearwater from the beach.

Re: Best vantage points of the skyline

by aligobs

Curtis Hixon Park provides a really interesting point of view. This is directly downtown on the Riverwalk. I've gotten some really good sunset pictures from that location. Also, depending on how far you can walk, about a mile up Bayshore Blvd the road curves along the bay and all of downtown can be photographed from that vantage point.

Travel Tips for Tampa

Go to Busch Gardens! It's the...

by sramey1

Go to Busch Gardens! It's the best, all around, have everything theme park. The rides are great, the animals are right in your face and it's convenient. An Annual Pass is the best way. Actually, I live close by, so I don't miss much. But, I like the convenience of everything. No matter where you live in the Bay area, the stores, grocery, restaurants, retail etc. are nearby and plentiful.

where evil lurks

by arasnosliw

The devil comes in all shapes and forms. Who ever thought that he'd come in a little round bundle of fried crab meat and dough. I can't resist temptations, especially when it comes to scrumptious edible things.


by emilienoelle

The city of Orlando (where all the theme parks are) is about 90 miles north of Tampa, or about a 1 1/2 hour drive. If you have an extra day, the drive from Tampa to Orlando is a worthwhile way to squeeze in a trip to Disney or SeaWorld without having to pay high Orlando hotel room rates.

St Petersburg Museum of Fine Art

by tampa_shawn

Has the only comprehensive art collection, extending from antiquity to the present, on the Florida west coast. See outstanding works of art in galleries designed for leisurely reflection. Be sure to get the free docent tour when you are here it will really add to your enjoyment.

Permanent exhibits on: European art, American art, Photography, Greek and Roman antiquities and pre-Columbian and Asian art.

Also has some amazing roving exhibits at times.


The Museum of Fine Arts is located on the waterfront in beautiful St. Petersburg, Florida. We are one block North of the Pier. Please take I-275 exit 23A southbound or 23 northbound. Look for signs for The Pier. Continue straight until the road ends at Beach Drive, make a right on Beach Drive and the museum is past the park on the left side.

Last entry admission sold 45 prior to Museum closing
Tuesday through Saturday - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday - 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday - CLOSED

Adults: $8
Seniors, 65 & older: $7
College Students with current ID: $4
Youth (age 7 to 18): $4
Children six and younger: free

Florida FINALLY has an ECO-ZIP LINE Adventure

by tampa_shawn

This is brand new and I JUST found out about this so I haven't made it here yet...but I will be going soon.

Located about 70 miles East/South East of Tampa...just south of Kissimmee

If you haven't been on a zip line...do go...its great fun and a great way to see nature and wildlife...

See the wilds of Forever Florida like never before - from high up in the treetops. Our new Zipline Safari will take you on a two and a half hour adventure like none other, reaching heights of 55 feet and speeds up to 20 mph.

You'll sail above it all on this breathtaking aerial nature tour - a network of cables designed to send thrill-seekers flying through Pine Flatwoods and over wetlands and prairie, home to native Florida wildlife including alligators, black bears, white tail deer and the endangered Florida Panther.

# Safari consists of 7 "zips" and 2 sky- bridges over 3 different ecosystems
# Dual line setup
# Duration - 2 1/2 hours
# Maximum height - 55'
# Maximum speed - 20 MPH
# Longest run - 750 feet
# 9 Observation Platforms
# Pricing: $85 for adults and children ages 10 years and older who meet the 70 lb minimum weight and 275 lb maximum weight
# Reservations required - call toll free 1-866-85-4EVER


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Address: 11714 Morris Bridge Road, (Formerly Shoney's Inn), Tampa, Florida, 33617, United States