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The elegant waterfront Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk is conveniently situated in Downtown Tampa, next to the Hillsborough River and just 4 blocks away from the Tampa Convention Center. The historic Latin Quarter known as Ybor City with its numerous entertainment venues is within easy reach. The international airport of Tampa can be reached within a short drive.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reviewed 5 december, 2021
We had a wonderful trip! Ron at the desk made us feel special & John at valet took great care of us! The view from balcony was relaxing. Great place to stay. We loved the little bar at the pool side. Star bucks coffee in the room & free bottles of water where nice too! Everyone was extremely friendly!
Helpful front desk
Reviewed 4 december, 2021
This hotel is located perfectly at the center of the riverwalk. Front desk staffer Dontell Peacock was very welcoming and helpful. He gave us a great room on the top floor facing the river. He also gave us good dining recommendations. The outdoor pool area is a great place to relax and people watch. They also have TVs if you want to catch your favorite sporting event
Reviewed 3 december, 2021
Great location wonderful staff have been here many times and plan on coming back again and again. We’d like to say thank you to Dontae, Ronald and Samantha for their professional ism and always being so friendly. And John from valet, what a treat!
Decent hotel, Fantastic Location
Reviewed 3 december, 2021
It’s all about the location at this hotel. Located right on the Riverwalk and walkable to just about anywhere in the city (or free trolley ride). The pool area was really nice with ladder ball and cornhole. There is a very overpriced bar there, too ($7 for a Bud Light draft). Our room was mediocre. This wasn’t the cleanest hotel, but not terrible. Space was limited. 2 beds barely fit but the beds were actually very, very comfortable. Everything was a bit dated, but the water pressure in the shower was very nice. I highly recommend getting a Riverwalk view room. We were with a group and we saw these rooms. They are much nicer than the city view room that we had. They are considerably larger and the view is wonderful. The balconies are quite big. Some people complained about street noise in city view rooms, but I did not have that issue. I do travel with a white noise machine so I’m sure that helped, but still our room was quiet. Because of the location and the pool, I would consider staying here again but only after checking into other options that had comparable location and pool. We had a group rate and for what we got I thought it was very reasonable.
Tampa officially downgraded to a town.
Reviewed 29 november, 2021
Okay, so the most interesting part of the trip was the train ride from Winter Haven (a mere hour and a half from destination by car) to Tampa. Anyway, Tampa is now officially a town, in my opinion. I mean, seriously, if this is what they have to offer during the holidays, supposedly more to do than what is usually offered, Winter Village with outdoor ice skating, but if this is it, I can't imagine how incredibly boring this place is without a little extra added to it for the holidays. And I do mean "a little." It was quaint, but what I would expect in a much smaller "village" than what's supposedly is a "city." But then again, the U.S. as a whole is a GIGANTIC LETDOWN. With the exception of New York, dare I say City, there are no real cities in the U.S. and I really ought to give up looking for one. The transportation system in Tampa is a joke. They really ought not to even talk about a public transit system in Tampa at all. Add to that, no one that worked either at the train station or the hotel were aware or knowledgeable as to the frequency or location of the trolleys or street cars. No one knew anything about the bus system. There were not that many selections for entertainment, food or drink within walking distance of the hotel. The hotel itself was quite accommodating and nice. Beautiful view from the restaurant of the Riverwalk. Surroundings were safe and lovely. There just simply isn't enough to do, especially without a car. I would not recommend this area to stay if you do not have transportation. But then again, I'm in the U.S., I really ought to lower my expectations when it comes to what a city really is and should be.