Ramada Westshore Tampa Airport
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I flew into here so stayed a few days after the wedding did not go to busch did go to the aquarium and ybor city take the tram from there to the aquarium
... a toll-free technical support phone number.
Printers just need the ink cartridges and toner cartridges removed before dismantling them. The information is used upon the interest of the developer. Your husband may also be suddenly dressing looking nicer than usual. In order to learn how to use a pc, homework is completely necessary. Be care full to buying a used computer because you will find no ...
... crowd. Bronson then takes us to find the only pastrami sandwich in the whole of New Zealand.
Previously: Adventure Time with Action Bronson Pt. 1 (New Zealand)
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... the whole family with a slide show of us all back in the day and then a sisters lunch…we also spent many a night around the campfire at Jay n Joyces.
We have now moved on..we left Florida March 1st and its always hard to say goodbye.
I've said it before, I’ll say it again..we love staying at my brothers place. We have such good quality time with him and his family, we feel very comfortable there and we would ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Historical Traveler Reviews Ramada Westshore Tampa Airport
I had my enitre family stay at this hotel for my wedding last month. Everyone had a great time. I worked with the sales office on a group rate. Perfect for me that the hotel had an airport shuttle that was complimentary - I didn't have to pick anyone up!
This hotel was great! The staff at the front desk was very helpful and always smiling, willing to answer all my questions. The rooms were nicely sized and just what I needed for my business trip. Durango's restaurant, located in the lobby, was so convenient and the food was excellent (even reasonably priced.) I couldn't have picked a better area to be in, with the shopping malls and other restaurants in the area I felt like I was in the center of everything. This isn't your typical Best Western, I would highly recommend this anyone looking to travel in the Tampa area!
Had a early flight out of TPA so we stayed here to avoid traffic from Clearwater.
We had a early flight out after a weeks vacation and stayed at this hotel. We got a great deal through Expedia saving over 40% compared to the hotels listed rates on the website.
Avoid Best Western The Westshore Hotel
Worst Hotel I have ever stayed at in the US.
Toilet did not flush properly
Light missing light bulb in room
Front desk does not tag luggage that they will hold for you. Anyone could pick up your bags from the front desk closet.
The room I was given had 1/2 eaten bag of potato chips in it from the last guest.
Expressed my concern for the maintenance issues at the front desk. The word sorry did not come out of their mouths.
Thank goodness I did not pay for this stay...it was compliments of AirTran. Go to the Marriott across the street.
After reading several of the reviews, I was very worried about this place. However after staying a week there, it was an okay experience. There certainly are worse hotels out there.
Horrible experience, they lied about my credit card being declined because they overbooked hotel!
We stayed at this hotel in April of 2003, after reading the other reviews it looks as if it hasn't changed at all since then!!!
We booked the Best Western Tampa Westshore (Airport) because we had an early flight after a week out on the beach in St. Pete Beach. I've never had a more miserable experience at a hotel in my life. I'll admit I only paid $65 on Expedia, but I was concerned about safety issues in the hotel.