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      Hey bucs fans,Long time fan here and I'm finally making my pilgrimage down to Tampa from New York to catch the season opener on Sep 7th against the Panthers. I was just wondering if you guys have any suggestions on where to stay/which hotels are worth staying at that are reasonably cheap and clean. I am looking at the Holiday Inn and the comfort inn which are closest to the stadium and are cheap. Does anyone have any opinions on these? If you have any other suggestions please let me know! I am really excited to finally make my way to Ray Jay and will be staying with my girlfriend so let me know if these places are close to any good bars or places that we should check out. Thanks again!-James

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    • Anonymous

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      I’m interested in knowing as well, might come opening weekend!

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    • Anonymous

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      I stay at the Howard Johnson which is a 5-7 minute walk to the stadium or a $7 cab ride. Took the cab the first time not knowing how far it was. I too come from NY and the Howard Johnson is not bad for one night to sleep, cookies, cereal, coffee and bagels for breakfast

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    • Anonymous

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      Yawl can just stay at HATES house. Just PM him to work out the details.

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    • Anonymous

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      Yawl can just stay at HATES house. Just PM him to work out the details.

      Is your mom's house available?Just kidding of course ;)

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    • Anonymous

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      The tahitian inn is nice and its close.

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    • Anonymous

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      I stay at the Howard Johnson which is a 5-7 minute walk to the stadium or a $7 cab ride. Took the cab the first time not knowing how far it was. I too come from NY and the Howard Johnson is not bad for one night to sleep, cookies, cereal, coffee and bagels for breakfast

      I stayed at the Howard Johnson once and I found a heroin needle in the parking lot but it was a nice walk to mons

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    • Anonymous

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      I stay at the Howard Johnson which is a 5-7 minute walk to the stadium or a $7 cab ride. Took the cab the first time not knowing how far it was. I too come from NY and the Howard Johnson is not bad for one night to sleep, cookies, cereal, coffee and bagels for breakfast

      I stay at the Holiday Inn Express Tampa Stadium. It is a half a mile north of Ray Jay and you can walk to the stadium which is really nice. Book early as lots of the opponent fans stay here as well

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    • Anonymous

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      I stay at the Howard Johnson which is a 5-7 minute walk to the stadium or a $7 cab ride. Took the cab the first time not knowing how far it was. I too come from NY and the Howard Johnson is not bad for one night to sleep, cookies, cereal, coffee and bagels for breakfast

      I stayed at the Howard Johnson once and I found a heroin needle in the parking lot but it was a nice walk to mons

      Never saw such a thing, only thing is theres 3 strip clubs within a block of the motel if you have kids or bringing your wife/girlfriend. The main thing that sold me was the free shuttle to and from the airport

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    • Anonymous

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      Yawl can just stay at HATES house. Just PM him to work out the details.

      you've got jokes tonite, niiiiice!!

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    • Anonymous

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      I always stay at Sheraton duties nice clean hotel but no outdoor pool.

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    • Anonymous

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      Sheraton suites

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    • Anonymous

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      Hilton Westshore..

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    • Anonymous

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      Hey bucs fans,Long time fan here and I'm finally making my pilgrimage down to Tampa from New York to catch the season opener on Sep 7th against the Panthers. I was just wondering if you guys have any suggestions on where to stay/which hotels are worth staying at that are reasonably cheap and clean. I am looking at the Holiday Inn and the comfort inn which are closest to the stadium and are cheap. Does anyone have any opinions on these? If you have any other suggestions please let me know! I am really excited to finally make my way to Ray Jay and will be staying with my girlfriend so let me know if these places are close to any good bars or places that we should check out. Thanks again!-James

      Depends on your price range. On the high end you have the intercontinental hotel at International Plaza. You have a Hilton and Marriott at Lois and Boyscout Rd. both of those hotels are within walking distance to Ray Jay.  Good Luck

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    • Anonymous

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      Check out the Red Roof Inn off Busch and 30th st …. you can’t go wrong.

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    • Anonymous

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      …just look up Mons Venus.

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    • dalbuc

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      outskirts of the city would be best, its cheaper and more safe.  Its too rough to stay anywhere in the city close to the stadium.  And just to let you know it is dangerous for the most part, the city around RayJay.

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    • Anonymous

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      Check out the Red Roof Inn off Busch and 30th st .... you can't go wrong.

      He said he is going to Ray Jay, not Busch Gardens.  ::)

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    • dalbuc

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      Check out the Red Roof Inn off Busch and 30th st .... you can't go wrong.

      He said he is going to Ray Jay, not Busch Gardens.  ::)

      LOL 30th & Busch?

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    • Anonymous

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      Hotels near International Plaza and on Boyscout Road are your best bet if you want the Stadium within walking distance and some nightlife within walking distance also . Bar Louie’s and Blue Martini are right there along with many good restuarants.  Not going to be real cheap though. If you factor in the money saved on cab rides and stuff , it may be worth your while.

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    • Anonymous

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      As someone said previously, the Holiday Inn is a pretty good bang for your buck.  But it fills up quickly.  They also have a sweet restaurant/lounge/bar area. 

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    • Anonymous

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      Hotels near International Plaza and on Boyscout Road are your best bet if you want the Stadium within walking distance and some nightlife within walking distance also . Bar Louie's and Blue Martini are right there along with many good restuarants.  Not going to be real cheap though. If you factor in the money saved on cab rides and stuff , it may be worth your while.

      Here's someone who knows what he's talking about. Plenty of decent hotels around Westshore. Plenty of nightlife, safe, close to stadium.

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    • Anonymous

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      I prefer a penthouse condo on the beach when I go there. I might catch a game in December.

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    • Anonymous

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      I prefer a penthouse condo on the beach when I go there. I might catch a game in December.

      In that case... SandPearl all the way.

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    • Anonymous

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      I stayed at the Marriott, but you have to drive to RJS.  we made it back for Sunday dinner at Charlie’s Steakhouse which is near the hotel

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    • Anonymous

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      Not far from the Tanga, headed towards the causeway, you’ll find a large tree with a luxurious bed of pine needles underneath. It’s warm and dry, and there’s a nearly full fifth of Jack under there somewhere.Enjoy.

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    • Anonymous

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      Lol @ this jabroni Snook pretending he stays in penthouse suites.

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    • Anonymous

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      Hey bucs fans,Long time fan here and I'm finally making my pilgrimage down to Tampa from New York to catch the season opener on Sep 7th against the Panthers. I was just wondering if you guys have any suggestions on where to stay/which hotels are worth staying at that are reasonably cheap and clean. I am looking at the Holiday Inn and the comfort inn which are closest to the stadium and are cheap. Does anyone have any opinions on these? If you have any other suggestions please let me know! I am really excited to finally make my way to Ray Jay and will be staying with my girlfriend so let me know if these places are close to any good bars or places that we should check out. Thanks again!-James

      Renaissance at International Plaza, last year (at least) that is where the Buc players stayed the night before the game. 

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    • Anonymous

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      Hotels near International Plaza and on Boyscout Road are your best bet if you want the Stadium within walking distance and some nightlife within walking distance also . Bar Louie's and Blue Martini are right there along with many good restuarants.  Not going to be real cheap though. If you factor in the money saved on cab rides and stuff , it may be worth your while.

      Here's someone who knows what he's talking about. Plenty of decent hotels around Westshore. Plenty of nightlife, safe, close to stadium.

      Don't forget Westshore Mall and International Plaza for some great shopping.  ;D ;D ;D

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