Hotels near Sunken Gardens
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The Sunken Gardens are a natural oasis in the city of St. Petersburg, Florida. This 100-year-old garden is regarded as the city’s oldest living museum, and one of the best places to escape the hustle and bustle. Visitors can wind down as they admire cascading waterfalls, exotic animal species, and some of the region’s oldest tropical plants.  

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Sunken Gardens

DoubleTree by Hilton Tampa Airport - Westshore
from $75
La Quinta Inn Tampa-Near Busch Gardens
La Quinta Inn Tampa-Near Busch Gardens
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3.5
9202 N 30th St (718), Tampa
from $55
Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel
Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel
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4.5
4200 Jim Walter Blvd, Tampa
from $119
Westin Tampa Bay Hotel
Westin Tampa Bay Hotel
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4.3
7627 W Courtney Campbell Cswy, Tampa
from $109
InterContinental Tampa
InterContinental Tampa
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4.1
4860 West Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa
from $87
Clarion Inn Tampa - Brandon
Clarion Inn Tampa - Brandon
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4.1
9331 East Adamo Drive, Tampa
from $58
Wingate by Wyndham - Tampa USF
Wingate by Wyndham - Tampa USF
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3.9
3751 E Fowler Ave, Tampa
from $69
Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina
Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina
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4.3
700 S Florida Ave, Tampa
from $116
La Quinta Inn & Suites USF (Near Busch Gardens)
from $77
Tampa Airport Marriott
Tampa Airport Marriott
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4.3
4200 George J. Bean Parkway, Tampa
from $119
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Affordable Hotels Close to Sunken Gardens

The Landmark Motel* and Monticello Motel* are the most conveniently located for garden enthusiasts, who can enjoy an easy one-minute stroll to the attraction. While the Landmark Motel doesn’t offer garden views from its rooms, guests can simply walk across the street to see this natural wonder.

Guests at the Monticello Motel need only walk for a minute down 4th Street to arrive at the Sunken Gardens. This hotel’s rooms also don’t have garden views, but they’re so budget-friendly and clean that patrons probably won’t mind too much.

Visitors wanting to stay a little closer to the action will find Hotel Indigo St Petersburg Downtown and Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront just a short drive away.

Why Stay Near the Sunken Gardens?

Old Northeast St. Petersburg may not be as busy as downtown, but it’s just a short drive or bus trip away from the action. However, many visitors find they don’t want to leave. Guests choosing to stay in this part of the city enjoy affordable hotel rates and a range of facilities on their doorstep. Along with the Sunken Gardens, Old Northeast St. Petersburg is home to the interactive Great Explorations Children’s Museum and Crystal Lake Park. Stores, restaurants, and cafes also line 4th Street.

There’s a historic charm in this area that you won’t find downtown. Its red brick roads and 1920s-style architecture give the Old Northeast a character that’s unlike any other.

The Skinny on the Sunken Gardens

The Sunken Gardens are located at 1825 4th St N, St. Petersburg. The gardens are open from 10 am to 4:30 pm Mondays to Saturdays and noon to 4:30 pm on Sundays. However, they do close in inclement weather. Adult admission costs $8, while seniors 62 years and over can enter for $6. Children between 2 and 11 years cost $4, and children under 2 and garden members can enter for free. Parking and wheelchairs are also free.

The Sunken Gardens are one of St. Petersburg’s most beautiful attractions. Admire them up close, or from afar at one of the nearby hotels.

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