Tampa Bay is home to two international airports, including top-rated Tampa International Airport (TPA) and the St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport (PIE). Below, you’ll find a brief list of helpful transportation info and links.
Tampa International Airport (TPA) is minutes from downtown Tampa. It offers:
Although further away from downtown Tampa, St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) offers non-stop service to destinations around the United States and Canada with value-conscious airlines, Allegiant and Sun Country.
The Tampa Convention Center has its own parking garage. There are 465 spaces available, including 10 disabled parking spots and one Electric Vehicle Charging Station by ChargePoint. The parking cost is (subject to change):
Click here for additional information and other parking options. Rates are subject to change without notice.
A variety of ground transportation options makes it easy to access the TCC and EDspaces hotels from Tampa International Airport.
EDmarket has secured discount rates for SuperShuttle shared rides ($12.00 one-way or $20.00 round trip or up to $10.00 off ExecuCar private black sedan/SUV service) to the Tampa Convention Center or EDspaces hotels. Make your reservations online or call 1-800-BLUEVAN (1-800-258-3826) to schedule service using the discount code (52HC3). The discount code is good for travel from November 3 - November 18, 2018.
When you arrive at TPA, simply collect your luggage and check in at the SuperShuttle office located just outside baggage claim. Take advantage of their air-conditioned waiting area.
Blue One Transportation is the preferred shuttle service for the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and is offering guests staying at the Marriott a one-way, discounted rate of $15.00. Call (813) 282-7351 from baggage claim once you have collected your luggage. Use the group code, EDspaces2018. Print out the Blue One flyer, and present it to the driver. This offer applies only to guests of the Marriott.
Tampa is home to its own cruise terminal and now homeports five vessels from four cruise lines: Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America, Royal Caribbean International and Norwegian Cruise Line, offering a variety of four, five, seven, and 14-day cruise itineraries. Bon Voyage!
Carnival has Caribbean and Mexican cruises departing on November 10 and 11.
Royal Caribbean has a Western Caribbean cruise departing on November 12.
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