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If you’re looking to add a little international flavor to your holiday celebrations this year, look no further than the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays.

EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays Guests with Drinks

Featuring food, music, caroling, and traditions from around the world, it’s a great way to celebrate the season while learning about global traditions. The 2022 festival starts on November 25.

Check out some of the annual Walt Disney World festival’s highlights below.

Experience Holiday Traditions from Around the World

As you make your way around the World Showcase, you’ll see holiday traditions come to life.

EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays Guests Laughing

Enjoy a streetside concert in Mexico as the mariachi band plays local Christmas tunes. Then visit with Julenissen, a mischievous gnome in Norway. In the U.K., meet Father Christmas as he shares local holiday traditions and celebrate the New Year with talented dragon dancers in the China Pavilion.

Stop by the America pavilion to hear the stories of Hanukkah and Kwanzaa, and enjoy a meet-and-greet with Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Tasty Treats at Holiday Kitchens

Just like at other EPCOT festivals, the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays features pop-up kitchens with unique dishes and drinks from around the world.

This event’s menus focus on the foods traditionally served at Christmas, Hannukah, and New Year’s celebrations around the world. Whether you’re looking for something sweet or savory, adventurous or comforting, you’re sure to find it here. Plus, you’ll enjoy delicious seasonal desserts and entrées at Epcot’s restaurants.

Last year’s food and drink options included:

  • Cheese fondue (Germany)
  • Latkes (L’Chaim! Hanukkah booth)
  • Cranberry-cinnamon margaritas (Mexico)
  • Bûche de Noël (Canada and France)
  • Kālua pork (Hawaii)
  • New Year’s soba noodles (Japan)

Be sure to save room for dessert.

EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays Cookies

There will be five cookie stations around the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays. Buy a cookie and receive a passport stamp at each location. Once you’ve collected all the stamps, show your passport at Holiday Sweets and Treats and receive a bonus Christmas cookie.

Evening Candlelight Processional

Once the sun goes down, enjoy a beautiful candlelight processional.

A celebrity guest will read the biblical tale of Christmas and you’ll enjoy traditional carols sung by a choir and accompanied by an orchestra. Past guests have included Whoopi Goldberg, Neil Patrick Harris, Kurt Russell, and Orlando native Joey Fatone

Check Disney’s website for the latest information on this annual EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays tradition. You’ll also find details on dining packages that come with guaranteed seating at the show.

EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays Fireworks Celebration

Wrap up your holiday celebration with a stunning fireworks display.

Harmonious is an inspirational fireworks show that takes place over the lake in the middle of the park. You can watch the show from anywhere in the world showcase.

Feliz Navidad and Joyeux Noël from Rosen Inn

After a fun day celebrating at the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays, recharge in your spacious guestroom at Rosen Inn.

Skip the drive by taking a low-priced, scheduled shuttle to and from Walt Disney World. As a guest at our Orlando hotel, enjoy amenities such as an on-site minimarket, free Wi-Fi, and an HDTV with basic cable.

Halloween season is approaching and this fall in Magic Kingdom® Park, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is back! And it’s happening during the 50th Anniversary celebration of Walt Disney World® Resort. So, join for a ghoulishly good time filled with everything from a themed parade and spelltacular stage show to favorite Characters, a festive fireworks extravaganza and plenty of sweets for all trick-or-treaters.

Capacity for this event is limited, so get your tickets soon.

Great news! The magic of the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival is happening now! Sip, savor and stroll your way through a tasty selection of over 25 global marketplaces. There’s even an entire menu of family fun including a Remy inspired scavenger hunt and the return of the Eat to the Beat Concert Series.

What’s more, you picked the perfect time to visit, during The World’s Most Magical Celebration—the Walt Disney World® 50th Anniversary.

Entertainment and offerings subject to change without notice.

The Most Magical Place on Earth is celebrating its 50th anniversary! Join Walt Disney World on an 18-month-long celebration that starts on October 1, 2021. Find out what’s going on at Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom, and Epcot in our blog. Be prepared for a magical look back on 50 years and stunning new looks for Disney’s future ahead.

In preparation for Spring Break, we’re summing up exactly what sets us apart from other area hotels and laying down the facts. If you’re considering Rosen Inn, you know value, comfort, and convenience of location are all a shoo-in.

1.When Harris Rosen purchase the Rosen Inn, it was named International Inn and only had 251 guestrooms. A building expansion in 1979 brought Rosen Inn to 315 guestrooms.


2. Want to enjoy a great dinner and drinks? Our new Shogun Sakura Sushi bar, located next to the International Pub, serves freshly made sushi. The two places combined hosts TWO happy hours: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Shogun Sakura and 10 p.m. to close at International Pub.


3. No need to travel far from the hotel for late night snacks and emergency needs. Our Lite Bite Mini-Market & Deli is open 24/7. Purchase can be made at the front desk after midnight.


4. Spring break in Orlando should include a trip to a theme park. At Rosen Inn, you can drive the 2-mile distance to Universal Orlando® Resort in less than 10 minutes or you can walk the paved way in just over 30 min, that is, if you haven’t already booked a seat on our complimentary shuttle service to the theme park.


5.During Spring Break, sleep is for the weak. However, did you know Rosen Inn features Simmons Beautyrest® pillow top mattresses? After a long day of fun at the theme parks, it’s hard to resist our comfy and cozy beds to recoup from the fun-filled day.


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