Rosen Centre Hotel  

The Rosen Centre Hotel counts a huge pool, six restaurants, and a spa among its drawcards. Plus, it’s right in the middle of International Drive.

Rosen Centre Hotel has a great location on International Drive. A 10-minute ride on the free shuttle bus gets you to Universal Orlando® Resort, SeaWorld and Wet ‘n’ Wild. And Walt Disney World is within easy reach, a 15 minute-drive away.

The hotel itself is really big. It’s got a pool to match, six restaurants and a couple of bars. Venture out and you’re 10 minutes’ walk away from a large family entertainment complex.

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Outdoor pool

A tropical swimming area, this outdoor heated pool comes with a wide sunbathing terrace, sunbeds and two whirlpools.

Everglades à la carte restaurant*

Open daily from 5.30pm, this Everglades-themed restaurant has local 'Cracker' delicacies on offer such as Alligator Chowder and Florida Rock Shrimp. There are international favourites like grilled Angus steak, plantain-stuffed chicken and handmade butternut squash pasta on the menu too.

Smooth Java Coffee Bar*

Get the day off to a leisurely start with a Starbucks™ coffee and a fresh pastry. Or try a healthy smoothie and a naughty dessert.

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double room

These double rooms are designed with soft colours and complementary furnishings. There’s air-conditioning from May to October. Plus you’ll have 2 queen-size beds.

double room

These double rooms are designed with soft colours and complementary furnishings. There’s air-conditioning from May to October. Plus you’ll have 2 double beds and a rollaway bed.

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There for a convention

We were there for the Florida District Kiwanis Convention and this was one of the best properties we have been. The ease of finding things, the convenience of eating choices and the value, was outstanding. There are very few hotels that have such a great variety of eating choices at a range of prices for everyone. The meeting rooms are convenient and quiet, so there was no interruptions.More

Larry T,

A Very Big Hotel, but not Big on Satisfaction

We stayed at this property this weekend for a Kiwanis Convention. It is a very large property with over 1000 rooms so it is perfect for a convention. Our room was large enough on the 18th floor but the bathroom had an odd set up. We had dinner at Everglades, their fine dining restuarant, but the best part of dinner was our server, Scott. We asked about a complimentary shuttle to another one of their restuarants but they declined our request.More

Marilyn D, 34467

Excellent Experience

This is a large convention hotel. The thing that really stood out for me was its cleanliness. Our room was reasonably large and very comfortable. The swimming pool is great and we enjoyed the choice of restaurants within the hotel. Just a word of warning -- if you have difficulty walking a long distance use valet parking because it is a long walk from the parking garage to the hotel rooms. I would highly recommend this hotel.More

traveler460, 53027

Quick Holiday in Orlando

Good location in International Drive. You would pretty much need a car to go to places in Orlando. Ihop is walking distance though. Room is nice and clean - A bit dated though. Aircon was a bit noisy. Since we had our less than a year old daughter along, when we checked in, the reception staff told us they were going to upgrade us to the VIP floor. After a night in the “VIP” floor, we realised that we had been sent to the “baby” floor. Thankfully, I am not a light sleeper, but occasionally heard babies crying throughout the night. Also, on our first night, when we arrived at our room around 8pm, the next door room knocked on their wall (to express their anger I suppose) a couple of minutes after our arrival. We reported them to reception since we were not noisy in our room anyway. Our baby was not crying (and is not a “cryer”), so not sure what the folks next door were knocking about. Food is good - We had sushi at the Japanese place one evening. Also enjoyed lunch by the pool. Had breakfast a couple of times in the hotel as well. There is a shop at the ground floor that sold drinks, snacks and basic amenities. The spa is lovely. Had a nice massage by Carol Edwards at the spa. One of the best massages I have had! Happy that the car rental place was at the lobby so we didn’t have to go anywhere else to pick up the car. We paid for parking which is just behind the convention area. Not bad, but still a bit of a walk since the hotel complex is massive.More


Very Good Convention Hotel

I enjoyed six nights in a huge two-bedroom Presidential Suite on the top floor of the Rosen Centre Hotel in June 2016. Check-in at the Rosen Centre was quick and efficient, despite my need for multiple keys to the three doors of the suite. The housekeeping staff was efficient in cleaning my rooms and changing my linens daily. The beds were all comfortable, and the linens were relatively new and clean. The three bathrooms in the Presidential Suite - two full baths and one half bath - were expansive and offered whirlpool baths, huge shower stalls and multiple sinks. Despite this, water pressure in one of the faucets was poor, a problem noted by other reviewers with top floor rooms. My stay in June 2016 coincided with a heat wave, but the air conditioning in the Presidential Suite worked very well to keep the temperature and humidity low in all the suite's rooms and areas. The lavish public areas at the Rosen Centre are expansive: a huge lobby and reception area, wide corridors for hordes of convention goers, multiple eating and drinking options, and a few shops. The Las Vegas-style pool area can be enjoyed by hundreds of guests at one time, and the pool, although not deep, was enjoyable. One perk of the Presidential Suite was free access to the concierge level lounge. The continental breakfast, evening snack and nightly dessert bar offered here were all nicely presented and tasty. The staff at the Rosen Centre were friendly and professional, with the exception of one surly valet parking attendant. The Rosen Centre is highly recommended for travelers who need ready access to the adjacent Orange County Convention Center. Leisure travelers going to nearby SeaWorld or Universal Studios on vacation should check for specials that the Rosen Centre offers when no conventions are planned.More

WorldTravellerMan, 60811

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Rosen Centre Hotel
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 2500 customer reviews
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