We spent two nights at the Radisson Hotel Largo while visiting Six Flags America and had a nice time. The staff was pleasant, the room and hotel were clean, and it is really convenient to Six Flags. There was a small pool with a lifeguard, and a bar, and a restaurant. All three places were pretty empty while we were there, but we enjoyed a pleasant swim, a drink, and breakfast by ourselves. Six Flags was really close by so we got there when it opened and were able to quickly get on all the big rides. – no lines at all!
We used a restaurant.com voucher and had breakfast in the hotel restaurant, The Basil Grille. Service was a bit slow, and the food was just okay, but the discount from restaurant.com made it worthwhile. Less than a half mile from the hotel there are several restaurants including Outback, Ruby Tuesday, and Jasper’s. A little farther up the road from these restaurants there is a shopping center with numerous restaurants and tons of shopping. One night we ate at Outback and it was good, as always. We ate at Jasper’s the second night and the food was really good. Entrees run from $10-$25+ and everyone was happy with what they got.
Overall, the trip was great! We got our tickets for Six Flags in advance on the Internet and saved some cash. The hotel was convenient to the park and everything else. I must say that although Six Flags is totally diverse, Largo is not, and we did turn a few heads walking around and eating at the local restaurants. Oh well.
Would I return? You bet!
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