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Meet Tampa’s first five-star hotel: The Tampa EDITION 👀

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Panoramic view of a hotel room with a King-sized bed flanked by black sconces and two walls of windows that reveal a Tampa sunset.

The property is designed by acclaimed New York-based architecture practice Morris Adjmi in collaboration with Florida-based firm Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates under the creative vision of Ian Schrager + Ian Schrager Company.

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Join us in swooning over Tampa Bay’s first five star hotel: The Tampa EDITION.

With culinary experiences by Michelin-star chef John Fraser, and a full suite of premium amenities including a pool, spa + fitness center, the property is designed to the nines.

Situated within the new 56-acre Water Street Tampa neighborhood, the hotel is home to 172 guest rooms and suites, and seven food + bev outlets (think: a signature restaurant, rooftop bar, and premium nightlife venue).

Did someone say staycation? 🍸

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