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Rosen Centre on International Drive is a large smoke-free centrally located hotel in Orlando that welcomes you (and your dog) with “open paws”. The hotel's web-site is a good virtual experience.
The 1,254 guest rooms and 80 suites are equipped with cable TV, in-room safes and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access. ADA Rooms (for less able guests) are available.
Remote airline check in is available at this five star hotel while guests at VIP Level are entitled to preferential services, there are two floors of VIP rooms. Connected to the Orange County Convention Centre, and with 33 separate meeting rooms and a total area of 150,000 square feet the hotel has business and functions covered!
Rosen Centre invites its guests to choose from a multiplicity of on site restaurants.
Seaworld, Gatorland and the Kennedy Space Centre are just a few of Orlando's attractions, not forgetting the choice of golf courses!
Bahama Breeze is a Caribbean style restaurant and bar on International Drive in Orlando. They serve a wide variety of Caribbean cuisine and have indoor and outdoor seating areas. In the evenings they have a range of musical entertainment including a tell pan player. The restaurant is open: Friday and Saturday: 11.00am - 01.30am Sunday - Thursday: 11.00am - 01.00am The International Drive I-Shuttle service bus stops directly outside.
Discovery Cove is an all day experience, the park is outdoors and is set out like a tropical island with beaches, reefs, lagoons, caves and much more. You get to swim with fish and play in the caves and much more, also don't forget the Dolphin swim. You really do feel like a V.I.P here as the park is limited to only 1000 people. Discovery Cove is open all year round and is open from 10am to 5pm. Site includes a restaurant, dinner is included in the price. You can buy snacks and drinks from several outlets around the park. Discovery Cove also has a shop where you can buy dolphin / fish related items.
Ripleys believe it or not is an exhibition of special mysteries of the world. In the Orlando branch visitors can b. ex. see a Matchstick 'Silver Ghost' Rolls Royce, Fertility Statues and a picture of Van Gogh made up of 3000 postcards. The museum is open 365 days every year, from 9.00 am to 1.00 am every day (last admission at midnight). Entrance fees: - $18.95 plus tax for adults - $11.95 plus tax for children 4-12
The Orlando Premium Outlets feature 110 shops that are located at the southern end of the International Drive near Sea World. The Mediterranean style factory outlet is the largest collection of luxury brands and designer outlets in Orlando. Retailers in the outlet include internationally well known designer names such as Georgio Armani, Versace, Dior, Fendi, Hugo Boss and many more. Brands include Diesel, Banana Republic, French Connection, GAP, Timberland, Adidas and others. A food court with several restaurants, cafes and snack bars can be found within the outlet. Wheelchairs, strollers and lockers are available as are ATM's and foreign currency exchange. The I-RIDE Trolley connects the Orlando Premium Outlets with every hotel located on International Drive. Opening hours: Monday-Saturday: 10am-11pm Sunday: 10am-9pm
Islands of Adventure is just off city walk at Universal Studios and is just 5 minutes from International Drive. The park is open every day of the year ,doors open at 9am but closing times can vary depending on the time of year but its usually between 6pm and 8pm. It is easy to get to by car, bus or taxi. There is a large multi storey car park and to park a car all day costs 8.48 euros Admission costs 53 euros at the gate (pre-booking is cheaper) and often combines more than one park It is set out in five islands around a lake these are called Marvel Super Hero Island ( Amazing adventures of Spiderman ) Seuss Landing ( Cat in the Hat ) Lost Continent ( Dueling Dragons roller coasters ) Jurassic Park ( Jurassic Park River Adventure ) Toon Lagoon (Popeye & Bluto's Bilge-Rat Barges) Each island has its own themed thrill rides which vary from high speed roller coasters to gentle children’s rides, catering for all ages. Height restrictions apply to some rides. Each island also has its own themed shops. There are various restaurants, grills, bakeries, ice cream parlours, cafes and also healthy dining options.