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Tag: Universal Orlando Resort

Universal Studios opens two Halloween Horror Night houses during regular park hours: Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives and Revenge of the Tooth Fairy. No extra tickets needed. Entry is included with park admission. Universal’s Islands of Adventure also jumps in on the Halloween fun with participating shops handing out candy to trick-or-treating guests ages 12 and younger – just look for the pumpkin signs. Bring back up and make it a family outing. Families and guests are welcome to wear family-friendly costumes at both parks on select nights now through November 1. Be sure to include a mask with your costume. What do you say? Let’s go there! Make a weekend out of it and stay close to the action at a Rosen hotel.

Experience the action-packed world of Jason Bourne in an all-new stunt show – combining incredible stunts, cutting-edge technology, and practical effects. The Bourne Stuntacular, the most technologically-advanced stunt show yet, is now open at Universal Studios Florida.

Through the use of live performers, ground-breaking technology, extreme stunts, and captivating practical effects, your clients can now feel fully immersed in the world of Jason Bourne – blurring the lines between stage and cinema in a hybrid form of entertainment that has never been seen before.

International Drive hosts a wealth of activities that alone or combined create perfect dates and adventures for any taste and any day of the year—regardless if you’re spending a romantic evening with your sweetheart or hanging out with your friends.

The way to some people’s hearts is through the gift of a delicious meal. International Drive is home to many restaurants including some of Rosen’s own culinary delights. Rosen Plaza’s Jack’s Place and Rosen Centre’s The Everglades are two of our fine-dining restaurants serving incredible dishes like our prime New York strip steak and broiled Florida grouper. Our sister property Rosen Shingle Creek, located minutes away on Universal Boulevard, is home to A Land Remembered and Cala Bella—both proudly hold Four Diamond status. If you’re looking for something a bit more family friendly, Shogun Japanese Steakhouse makes it’s happy home right here at Rosen Inn.

What about memorable activities and adventures? Share a romantic sunset view of Orlando from the Orlando Eye at IDrive 360 where you can let your love soar 400 feet high as you spot all the local theme parks, Downtown Orlando, and beyond. Maybe your romance involves a little friendly competition, which goes well with mini-golf at one of many locations along International Drive. There’s also bowling at Kings Orlando, a retro bowling alley.

What if you’re with friends and not out on a date? Group activities are abundant around our hotel. Challenge friends to a friendly battle at Hard Knocks—laser tag at its finest. Or save the world at Mindquest Live. Once the sun sets, assemble the squad at Club 39 at Rosen Plaza to dance the night away.

For a list of all that International Drive has to offer visit: http://www.visitorlando.com/things-to-do/
To all lovely couples and awesome single people, we wish you a happy Valentine’s Day!

Theme parks definitely highlight any visit to Central Florida. The first time you walk into a theme park, all you probably want to do (and only have time to do) is ride the rides. After you’ve tackled the roller coasters and other thrill rides, is it worth visiting the parks again? Yes it is! Theme parks are usually packed with hidden treasures easily missed during first visits.

If you’re looking for fresh thrills for your second (or third) trip to the parks, here are a couple of ideas for your return visit.

See the shows. This includes stages shows, street shows, and parades. Some theme parks have a nightly fireworks display or sendoff shows that you might have overlooked or missed during the first visit.

Stage ride photos. Rides tend to take photos on big drops. Plan a pose for a hilarious group photo. Search for funny photo ideas online. However, use good judgement and keep it clean. Offensive photos are often not made available for purchase.

Participate in scavenger hunts. Some parks have their own scavenger hunts; some are created by theme park enthusiasts and posted online. Hint: Universal Studios® has a Minions Scavenger Hunt.

Interact with characters. Characters at the parks will usually play along with you. (Just be nice and keep it classy for the children.) Silly poses with superheroes and famous characters make for the most memorable pictures.

Check out the bloggers online who discuss where to find each theme park’s hidden treasures and what other fun activities exist for you to enjoy. We hope this blog helps sparks some ideas and research. Now get out there and make some great memories!

Kon’nichiwa! (Hello!) Do you and your family crave a little more than the average sit-down dining experience? Shogun Japanese Steakhouse, located in our hotel, brings much more than a meal to the table. It is not uncommon for our guests and visitors to leave with a new favorite hot-spot, or shall we say, “hot-teppan,” a word play on the teppanyaki cooking method used by our Shogun chefs. Be astounded as they display an entertaining show of flips and tricks with a little side of humor while cooking for you and your family. Shogun Japanese Steakhouse is perfect for group dinners and gatherings as well. Give our specialty yum-yum sauce a taste and let our chefs serve a dinner to remember. We look forward to welcoming you and your family to dinner. Coming soon: Shogun will have a new sushi and sake bar!

Rosen Inn, closest hotel to Universal, joined the Rosen Family in 1975 just a year before Universal Orlando® Resort opened Jaws®, its biggest attraction during that time. When the hotel opened it had 251 guestrooms and was named the Rodeway Inn. An expansion in 1979 brought the number of guestrooms to 315.

Rosen Inn’s location has become a prime destination for travelers looking to experience all of Central Florida’s attractions including, but not limited to: Universal Orlando® Resort, Wet-n-Wild®, SeaWorld®, and Aquatica® — all a short walk or shuttle ride away.

Our partnership with Universal Orlando® Resort has made this hotel a popular choice for theme park goers and families. Our partnership allows us to offer guests additional perks such as early park entrance with certain Universal packages and the option to buy tickets at the hotel so you can skip the line at the park.

The experience that Rosen Hotel & Resorts provides for its guest is incomparable to any other. We take southern hospitality seriously and strive to ensure that each and every guest feels like they are right at home with us.

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Rosen Inn International

Toll Free: 1-800-999-6327

Local: 407-996-4444

6327 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819

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