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, nine restaurants and lounges. Venture out and you’re 10 minutes’ walk away from a large family entertainment complex.
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A tropical swimming area, this outdoor heated pool comes with a wide sunbathing terrace, sunbeds and two whirlpools.
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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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.
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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Exceed Expectations? Nope
This is what the founder promises on a video that plays over and over again. Unfortunately this is a very average hotel. A couple of housekeeping issues like taking my tv remote away. Yes they brought a new one after about 25 minutes. I really love when housekeeping knocks on the door on the day of checkout at 0900. Better than average hotels would have communication with the front desk. Rooms were clean, beds somewhat comfortable. Plenty of eating options which is good. Connected to the convention center so at least the mile walk is indoors. More
For Photoshop World
Fantastic place to stay. The staff in all departments from the bar, reception, cleaners to those working in the foyer and restaurants could not have been more friendly or helpful. My room was clean, generous in size and with all necessary amenities. The bed was comfortable and also large. A great welcoming home to return to at the end of a hectic day. My room was on the fifteenth floor, giving a great view of the convention centre opposite.More
Stayed here for 2 weeks and it was great. The breakfast was really nice, staff are friendly and really helpful, the pool is a great place to relax and the rooms are clean. It lost a point though because the air conditioning in the room is stupidly loud and you can't open a window to get fresh air into your room so it was a bit stuffy!! More
Perfect location and professional staff, but some minor issues added up to create a less-than-great experience.
This was my third stay at the Rosen Centre and it was also the first time I experienced some minor problems. My previous stays were in 2010 and 2012 and were great. But this time I experienced a few minor problems that got annoying. When we first entered the room it had a bit of a musty smell, but that was pretty typical for Florida and it was solved by running the A/C for a while and getting the humidity out of the air. We also bought a plug-in air freshener since we were staying for six nights so the air was just fine for our stay and I didn't contact the front desk about it. Not an issue. When it was time for bed we noticed that the sheets on our bed were stained. It happens sometimes. So we called to get new sheets. Housekeeping brought them up but did not offer to put them on the bed. So we put them on the bed and noticed that the replacement sheets were stained as well. Went to the front desk and they sent a housekeeping manager up with a second set of replacements. They brought up the wrong size. Then they returned with the correct sheets. The problem was fixed, they responded to our calls, but it took an hour and we just wanted to go to sleep. Inconvenient. The next day it happened again - stained sheets. I called down and this time I made sure to tell them it was a king bed. They sent up replacements - wrong size. Ugh. Eventually it was fixed but this should not be happening three times. This seems like an easy problem to fix. One morning we had about 1/4 roll of toilet paper left and housekeeping did not leave us any more. Called down and got more, but again, an inconvenience that would have been easily avoided. It happens, not a big deal. There were some minor maintenance issues. For example, some of the digital signage in the elevators was not functioning. This doesn't impact the stay much but it does lend to an air of of routined maintenance not being addressed. The best hotels would not allow problems like this to fester or be visible for long. I liked the Rosen my previous two stays and this stay was overall a decent experience. The staff is professional and the location is perfect. These problems were mostly pretty minor but they sort of added up and became distracting. I may stay there again but I will admit my wife and I discussed moving to the Hyatt next time we are down there even thought it is about 25% more expensive. I think the Rosen could use a bit of a makeover and refresh.More
Step up your game
I came here for a conference in the hotel. One year ago I stayed seven nights at the "cousin" Rosen Plaza on the other side of the huge convention center. It was fine but nothing to write home about. Reading reviews of the Centre hre, I decide to move my stay for all but night 1 to the giant HIlton down the road. On the plus side: the room was fine though a bit on the small side. Wifi mostly worked. Fridge in room is good and to me an essential item. I wish TV had NBC Sports Network and NHL network as an option, as hockey playoffs are on. As reviews have noted, the air conditioner is a floor unit that makes a lot of noise at night if you are sleeping; I turned it off to sleep and that was OK, but if you are going to claim to be a 4 star property, you have to get rid of the motel units; I know it costs a fortune to retrofit, but come on. Also, the toilet and shower room have no light over the shower. Cheap! Pool and lobby are nicer and bigger than Rosen Plaza. I am writing this from my Hilton room, which is just a bit bigger and has a nicer appointed bathroom, for about the same price, not to mention its resort pool facitly.More
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