Edge Hotel Resort Amenity Fee:
The Resort Amenity Fee is $25 nightly and includes, WIFI Internet access, daily use of Edge Pool and main pool, complimentary pool towels, access to private fitness room and Business Center computer / internet access.
One parking space per reservation is charged at the rate of $20 per day plus tax. Additional parking is based on availability at a charge of $20 per day plus applicable taxes. There is no additional parking available on holidays or limited parking “In-Season” dates. Typically March 1 thru May 1. Visitor Parking, Parking for buses, RVs, and trailers is based on availability and at an additional cost. Please contact General Manager in advance to make arrangements for these vehicles.
Taxes on accommodations and the Resort Amenity Fee are 13% effective January 1, 2016. Taxes on all other goods are 7%.
Major credit card required at time of reservations. For all advance purchase reservations, we require full payment including room, applicable taxes and any package elements at the time of reservation.
No cancellations on all advanced purchase reservations.
Edge Hotel accepts payment in US Dollars from all major credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover plus Travelers checks and Cash. Personal checks are not accepted. Proper ID is required for all transactions.
Ten (10) or more rooms booked by the same individual or company are considered a Group and need be booked through our Group Sales Department
A member of our guest services team will gladly assist with transportation. Please call 727-683-3100 or Toll Free 844-381-1754
Available for Suite rooms only.
Edge Hotel is committed to providing our guests with a smoke-free environment. Smoking is permitted in designated areas only. This includes cigarettes, cigars, and vaping e-cigarettes. All guest rooms, including balconies and patios, are non-smoking. A $200 minimum cleaning fee will be assessed to anyone found smoking in the rooms.
The minimum age to register at the Edge Hotel is 21 years of age and one registered adult must be present - throughout the entire stay.
Children under 17 Stay Free:
Children under 17 stay free when they share the same room as their parents. The maximum number of guests per room include children.
Check-in and Check-out:
Check-in time begins at 4:00 p.m. Check-out time is 11:00 a.m. Early check-in and late check-out available. Subject to Edge Hotel policies, based on room availability and occupancy.
Early Departure Fee:
Departing prior to your scheduled check-out day incurs a minimum fee of up to one night plus applicable taxes, up to the cost of the full length of stay. Packages and package elements are not refundable.
Late Checkout Fee:
Requests for a late check-out time are honored based on room availability. Please check with the Front Desk for availability.
No pets are allowed. Service animals that perform work and/or tasks directly related to one’s disability are permitted. Emotional support animals are not permitted. (per Florida law and Federal ADA)
Florida Laws on Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals
Under Florida law and the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), people with disabilities may bring their service animals to all "public accommodations," such as restaurants, museums, hotels, and stores. These laws also require those who operate transportation services to allow service animals.
Florida law and the ADA differ in some ways, but public accommodations in Florida must comply with both sets of laws, and their patrons are entitled to rely on whichever law provides the most protections. Read on to learn which animals qualify as service animals, which public accommodations must allow them, and more.
Which Animals Are Service Animals in Florida?
Florida’s service animal law applies to animals that are trained to do work or perform tasks for someone with a physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory, or intellectual disability. The work the animal does must be directly related to the person’s disability. For example, an animal might provide stability and balance to someone with impaired mobility, might alert someone who has a hearing impairment to sounds, or might interrupt someone with a psychiatric disability from engaging in self-destructive or dangerous acts. For access to public accommodations, only service dogs and miniature horses are covered. For housing, this limit does not apply; other types of animals may be covered.
The ADA defines a service animal as a dog that is individually trained to perform tasks or do work for the benefit of a person with a disability. (In some cases, a miniature horse may also qualify as a service animal under the ADA.) The tasks or work the animal does must be directly related to the person’s disability.
Neither law covers pets or what some call “emotional support animals”: animals that provide a sense of safety, companionship, and comfort to those with psychiatric or emotional disabilities or conditions. Although these animals often have therapeutic benefits, they are not individually trained to perform specific tasks for their handlers. Under the ADA and Florida law, owners of public accommodations are not required to allow emotional support animals, only service animals (including psychiatric service dogs).
Which Public Accommodations Must Allow Service Animals in Florida?
Florida's service animal law covers public transportation, hotels, timeshares, places of amusement, resorts, and any other place to which the public is invited. You may bring your service animal into any of these places.
Under the ADA, the definition of public accommodations is very broad. It includes:
hotels and other lodging establishments
public transportation terminals, depots, and stations
restaurants and other places that serve food and drink
sales or rental establishments
any place of public gathering, such as an auditorium or convention center
places of entertainment and exhibit, like theaters or sports stadiums
gyms, bowling alleys, and other places of exercise or recreation
recreational facilities, such as zoos and parks
libraries, museums, and other places where items are collected or displayed publicly
educational institutions, and
social service centers.
Rules for Your Service Animal
You may not be charged extra to bring your service animal to any public accommodation. Even if the establishment ordinarily charges a pet deposit, you cannot be required to pay it for your service animal. However, you may be required to pay for any damage your animal causes.
Your animal must be under your control. The animal must have a harness and leash (or other tether), unless your disability or the work your animal does prevents the use of these tools. In this situation, the animal must be under control through other means, such as voice commands or signals.
An establishment cannot require you to provide documentation that your animal is trained, and it cannot ask you about your disability. However, it can ask you whether your animal is a service animal required for your disability, and it can ask you about the work the animal has been trained to perform.
A public accommodation is not required to allow your service animal to remain if it poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others. If, for example, your service dog is growling and lunging at other patrons, and you are unable to stop the behavior, the dog might have to leave. An establishment may also exclude a service animal that isn’t housebroken or is out of control.
Resort Identification Wristbands:
Edge Hotel Pools, fitness room and hotel property are for the exclusive use of our guests. All guests are required to wear a wristband while using the facility. This wristband is for our guest’s safety, validates and ensures your status as a registered guest.
These policies are subject to change without notice.