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The Athletic Business Show is back once again for a four day conference and expo in Orlando. The four day conference takes place November 13 – 16 at the Orange County Convention Center and will also feature an expo on November 14 – 15. Whether you are representing a brand or are planning a capital improvement project for your stadium, aquatic center, or other fitness facility, you don’t want to miss out on this Orlando conference.

As the largest trade show for athletic, fitness, recreations, and military professions, the Athletic Business Show in Orlando will feature:

  • Over 250 exhibitors
  • Over 2,300 attendees with current capital improvement projects
  • Buying power from all 50 U.S. states, plus 31 other countries

This trade show is not open to the public, which means all attendees are serious buyers who are ready to make a purchase. Both brands and buyers will benefit from the opportunity to meet in person and test out different products.

More Networking Opportunities in Orlando

In addition to the expo at the convention center, there are extra networking opportunities for you and your brand. You can learn more about these opportunities on the Athletic Business Show website.

  • Golf Classic at Shingle Creek Golf Course

As an Athletic Business Show exhibitor or staff member, you can join the golf classic at Shingle Creek Golf. The registration fee includes breakfast and lunch, prizes, transportation to and from the course, and more. It’s a great way to make new connections while challenging your skills on Shingle Creek’s Arnold Palmer-inspired golf course. You can register for the golf classic on the Athletic Business website, as well as find more information on sponsorship for the event.


  • Military Reception

According to Athletic Business, this year over 180 military members will attend the conference and expo in Orlando. Thanks to this high number of attendees, Athletic Business is hosting a military reception where eight exhibitors will have an opportunity to showcase their brand in personal setting. As a sponsor, you’ll enjoy a booth inside the military reception, on-site signage recognizing your brand as a military reception sponsor, and much more. Visit the Athletic Business website to sponsor the reception.

Your Hotel near the Orange County Convention Center

Are you attending the Athletic Business conference? Consider staying at Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. We are 7 minutes from the Orange County Convention Center. You’ll also enjoy other perks including free parking, a business center, and two meeting rooms. To book your stay, give us a call at 407-996-8585 or click on the orange button at the top of the page.

9 Common Symbols for Disabilities

The holidays are one of the best times to experience the theme parks. They are also one of the busiest times to visit. A Christmas theme park visit requires plenty of advanced planning to ensure you get the most out of your day. If you or a family member have a disability, planning your day is especially important. All the Orlando theme parks are accessible but depending on your needs, you may want to know more about wheelchair rentals, ride requirements, or if there are any quiet areas. Let’s take a look at some of the theme park planning resources available for guests with disabilities.

Accessibility during Holidays at Universal Orlando Resort

The holiday season begins on November 16 at Universal Orlando Resort, and continues on until January 5. During this time, you’ll be treated to exclusive holiday events such as The Grinchmas™ Who-liday Spectacular, a live adaptation of the classic Dr. Seuss Christmas story, and Universal’s Holiday parade featuring Macy’s. In Hogsmeade™ and Diagon Alley™, you’ll find enchanting holiday décor as well as carolers and special holiday menus.

As you map out your holiday trip to Universal Orlando Resort, you’ll find the accessibility section of their website is especially helpful. Wheelchair rentals and complimentary American Sign Language interpretation for select shows are just a few of the accessibility services they offer. You can also download the Guide for Rider Safety and Accessibility. This guide includes all the requirements and advisories for each attraction so you can decide which Universal Orlando rides work best for you.

If you or your family member has a cognitive disability, such as autism, you’ll also want to review Universal’s Guide for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities. This handy guide, which can be downloaded on Universal’s website, includes information such as:

  • What to bring to the parks
  • A list of quiet areas
  • What to expect at each attraction

Accessibility at SeaWorld Christmas Celebration

Over at SeaWorld, the holiday fun starts November 23 until December 31. Santa will be there too, so you can snap a photo and share your Christmas wish list. You can also meet Rudolph, Clarice, Bumble, and Yukon Cornelius from the television special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Other holiday programing includes a live nativity, an ice skating spectacular, a holiday themed Clyde and Seymour comedy show, and exclusive holiday treats at the Christmas Market.

You can also ride all of your favorite SeaWorld rides during the holiday season, as well as visit animal habitats and enjoy safe and equal access to rides with SeaWorld’s Ride Accessibility Program (RAP). Here you can find more information about the RAP in SeaWorld’s accessibility guide, as well as information on wheelchair rental, sign language interpretation, and other important topics.

In addition to the Ride Accessibility Program, SeaWorld is also a Certified Autism Center. This is great news for anyone visiting who is on the autism spectrum or has other cognitive disabilities. The certification is provided by IBCCES and includes extensive training for at least 80% of SeaWorld staff members on topics such as autism, communication skills, and social awareness. If you have questions about accessibility at any of SeaWorld’s holiday events, you can feel confident asking staff members for help.

In addition to having highly trained staff, SeaWorld also offers:

  • Quiet rooms and low sensory areas
  • Noise cancelling headphones
  • An IBCCES Sensory Guide™ for planning your trip to SeaWorld

An Accessible Hotel near I-Drive

Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando is committed to providing exceptional service for all our guests. Our current accessibility offerings include accessible guestrooms, public spaces, and swimming pools. As a guest of Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando, you can reserve free and accessible scheduled shuttles that will take you to the Orlando theme parks mentioned in this blog. To book your stay, call us at 407-996-8585 or click on the orange button at the top of the page.

Little girl in halloween costume carrying pumpkin candy basket

Everyone wants to have their fair share of Halloween fun, but sifting through the countless Halloween events can feel like more of a trick than a treat. So, here’s our Central Florida Halloween event round up with activities for every age group.

Childish Chills

Screamin’ Green Hauntoween
Every year, the Orlando Crayola Experience draws up a Halloween event more colorful than all the rest: Screamin’ Green Hauntoween. This event runs from September 21 to October 31, and it gives your little ones a chance to explore 27 hands-on attractions and participate in a Halloween-themed scavenger hunt. Each weekend during the event, participants can join in on Halloween dance parties and fill their bags with trick-or-treat candy.

Pumpkins & Munchkins Trick-or-Treat Trail
The 9th annual Pumpkins & Munchkins Trick-or-Treat Trail is the perfect Halloween event for even the youngest ghouls in your group. On October 31, this event decorates the sidewalks of Shady Park with games, costume contests, candy stops, and bounce houses.

Teenage Terrors

A Petrified Forest
This PG-13 Halloween event is full of frights that will strike fear in teens and adults. A Petrified Forest takes attendees through an actual forest filled with special effects, horrifying actors, and terrifying props. To journey through the haunted trail, purchase your tickets online or bring cash to the gate.

Grown-Up Gasps

Trick or Drink: Orlando Halloween Bar Crawl
Barcrawlerz is taking Halloween to new heights with the Trick or Drink bar crawl. Featuring drink specials at some of Orlando’s best bars, this event has deals to fit everyone’s taste. This two-day event runs on October 26 and 31 from mid-afternoon to the middle of the night. Purchase your bar crawl wristband online and you’ll have cover-free access to participating locations and tons of drink specials to choose from.

2nd Annual Fright Night Bar Crawl in Downtown Orlando
Where Locals Go is hosting their second Halloween-themed bar crawl in Central Florida. Participants receive five free drinks, Halloween swag, and access to everyone’s favorite Halloween candy. With the purchase of a bar crawl wristband, crawlers pay no cover at participating locations. Check in at SHOTS Orlando on October 26 and take advantage of countless drink specials until midnight.

The Perfect Stay for Every Age

Whether you’re taking the entire family out or going solo to an adults-only Halloween event, you can find comfort and quality at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. Our location puts your right next to all the Halloween adventures, so you can make rounds at every activity in the area. Reserve your room on our website or call 407-996-8585.

People waving their hands in the air enjoying an Orlando concertIn celebration of their 20th anniversary, Taking Back Sunday is taking the stage in Central Florida for two nights of new and nostalgic music moments. The alternative, pop-punk icons perform at the House of Blues on October 8 and 9, and here’s your sneak peek at the event set list.

The Show

Luck wasn’t the only thing that skyrocketed Taking Back Sunday to their career-defining moments, but they are still taking some chances at their Central Florida shows. Each night, the band guarantees to play their hit track, “Tell All Your Friends,” but they’re also leaving some of the features up to fate.

During their first night on stage, the band will flip a specially designed coin to determine which of two songs will serenade the night: “Louder Now” or “Where You Want to Be.” Don’t worry if you were betting against the winning song, because the band will play the other side of the coin on night two.

The Music

The 20th anniversary tour is special to Taking Back Sunday because it commemorates two decades of iconic performances, but it also represents their newest album, “Twenty.” This compilation project features the band’s greatest hits and most-treasured tracks. It also comes with two original songs, “All Ready to Go” and “A Song for Dan.” This album takes fans through a journey of career retrospection and introduces them to the modern Taking Back Sunday identity.

The Venue

Countless performers have taken the stage of this intimate venue to give fans a total music experience. The House of Blues is Orlando’s premier destination for music of all genres, and it also happens to be a prime place to grab a meal.

You can make your dinner reservation right at the venue to get your fill before the show starts. The House of Blues Restaurant & Bar is a southern-inspired spot loved by locals and visiting patrons. The menu features classic New Orleans dishes, like jambalaya, gumbo, and fried chicken. The House of Blues Bar is overflowing with a special blend of cocktails, spirits, and craft beer.

The Hotel

Once you’ve taken in the amazing tastes and tracks at the House of Blues, enjoy a comfortable and convenient stay at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. Each room comes with luxurious amenities at an unbeatably affordable price. Book your stay online by clicking the orange button at the top of the page, or by calling us at 407-996-8585.

ICON Park on International Drive, within minutes of Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando

From the theme park district to downtown Orlando, every corner of The City Beautiful boasts something fun and exciting to do. But, you don’t need to go far at all to enjoy some of Orlando’s most popular attractions. Take a peek at these exciting activities you can enjoy just minutes from your hotel room.

Within 1 Minute

These family-friendly Orlando attractions promise hours of fun and are all within a 1 minute drive or 4 minute walk of your hotel.

WonderWorks – 0.3 miles

Cool off in this upside-down house of wonders right across the street from your hotel. Legend has it that this top secret laboratory from the Bermuda triangle landed here in Orlando after it was struck by a tornado. Inside, you’ll find all sorts of hands-on, interactive exhibits that you and your kids will love. Learn more by checking out our guide to WonderWorks blog.

iFly – 0.2 miles

If you’ve ever wanted to go sky diving, allow us to suggest indoor skydiving at iFly Orlando. This safe yet still thrilling alternative is available across the street from Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. You’ll float high above the ground on a smooth column of air as your trainer teaches you the secret to defying gravity. Best of all, anyone over age 3 can participate in this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Pointe Orlando – 0.3 miles

Need some last minute souvenirs? Looking for a fun night out? Just want to walk off that delicious dinner from the Plaza Garden restaurant? Cross the street and enjoy the shops, bars, and 4D movie theater at Pointe Orlando. This popular entertainment complex has a little bit of everything, so it is sure to entertain the whole family.

Within 5 Minutes

Enjoy an afternoon adventure at any of these attractions on International Drive, just 5 minutes away by car from your hotel.

Pirates Adventure Golf – 0.8 miles

A place where you can work on your putting skills and your pirate lingo is rare, but it exists less than five minutes from your Orlando hotel. Pirate Cove Adventure Golf is a pirate-themed mini golf course that will wow you and the kids with its inventive design. Choose the easy or harder course, or play them both for a 36-hole challenge.

ICON Park – 0.8 miles

While you’ve probably already noticed The Wheel, that isn’t the only thing to do here at ICON Park. Pop culture fans will enjoy Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, where they can pose with lifelike recreations of their favorite idols, including Wonder Woman and Walt Disney. Budding scientists will enjoy the Skeletons Museum and the SEALife Aquarium. Daredevils will want to soar above I-Drive on the new Starflyer.

Dave & Busters – 0.2 miles

A great option for those hot Orlando afternoons, Dave & Busters offers a grown-up twist on your favorite arcade games. Play classic games like skeeball and air hockey, or try your luck with Star Wars™ Battle Pod™, Candy Crush Saga™, and more, then enjoy gourmet dishes at the sports bar. When you’re done playing, redeem your tickets for cool prizes in the Winner’s Circle.


Within 10 Minutes

These attractions are all less than 10 minutes away but promise plenty of heart-pounding thrills and excitement.

Andretti Indoor Karting & Games – 0.8 miles

Feel the rush of adrenaline as you race to the finish line at Andretti Indoor Karting & Games. You’ll drive a Sodi RTX, a powerful electric go-kart, around hairpin turns and straightaways on an indoor track. Kids can also join the fun on their very own junior track. In addition to go-karting, Andretti offers other activities including laser tag and bowling.

Magical Midway – 1.7 miles

Record breaking thrills await at Magical Midway. Located on International Drive, this amusement park features classic rides like go-karts, a star flyer, bumper boats, and more. The main attraction however is the World’s Tallest Slingshot, which will propel you 390 feet in the air at the force of 3-5 G’s. As a unique souvenir, you can purchase a video recording of your daring adventure over Orlando.

Universal Orlando Resort – 3 miles

The epic adventures of Universal Orlando Resort™ are minutes away. Visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter™, go on a whimsical adventure in Seuss Landing™, or jump into the action as you join the cast of your favorite movies including Shrek and Fast & Furious. You can also visit Universal’s Volcano Bay™. As Orlando’s newest waterpark, Volcano Bay boasts thrilling slides and a calm, beachy oasis where you can leave your cares behind.

Within 15 Minutes

Designer stores, exotic ocean creatures, and magical realms are all a 15 minute drive from your guestroom.

Walt Disney World Resort – 8 miles

Mickey, Minnie, and the rest of the gang are just a short drive away from your hotel. Before you know it you’ll be at Walt Disney World where you can enjoy the timeless rides at Magic Kingdom, travel the world at Epcot, go behind the scenes at Hollywood Studios, and visit your favorite animal friends at Animal Kingdom. You can also visit Disney Springs, Disney’s shopping and entertainment center which has one-of-a-kind stores including World of Disney® and the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique.

SeaWorld Orlando – 3 miles

Get an up-close look at the undersea world at SeaWorld Orlando. You’ll meet sea lions, dolphins, manatees, sting rays, sharks, and more while learning how you can help rescue and conservation efforts for these amazing creatures. Test your bravery on rollercoasters like Manta and Mako, and visit the brand new Sesame Street Land where you can meet Elmo, Cookie Monster, and more.

Orlando International Premium Outlets – 4.2 miles

If you love to shop, you won’t want to miss out on a trip to the Orlando International Premium Outlets. Here, you’ll find designer brands like Calvin Klein, Nike, and Vera Bradley at amazing prices. In addition to clothing and accessories, you can also find name-brand luggage, household items, and electronics for less.


Book your Orlando vacation

In addition to being close to so many popular attractions, Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando also offers things to do without ever leaving the hotel. Visit our three outdoor swimming pools, a playground, and an arcade room for family fun. Book your Orlando vacation with us by calling 407-9969-8585 or click on the orange button at the top of the page.

Orlando Beer Festival - Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando

The Orlando Beer Festival is back in 2019 for its 5th annual event bringing together beer lovers and local breweries in a celebration of the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world. Although beer has existed since at least 3500 BC, the process of brewing has taken on a new life in the modern world, with technological advances allowing such fine control over flavor that beer has become something of an art form. As the saying goes: “there’s a beer for everyone,”  and there’s no better place to find yours than the Orlando Beer Festival.

Thousands of people head to the Orlando Beer Festival each year for unlimited tastings of nearly every kind of beer out there. Whether you are refining a taste you’ve developed over the years, or just trying to figure out what you like, the Orlando Beer Festival is the place to be. The event takes place on Saturday, November 16 from 2-5 PM rain or shine at Festival Park in Orlando’s Milk District. The beer may be the main draw, but there is plenty more going on: live music, wine tastings, interactive games, and plenty of tasty food to go around.

If you are visiting Orlando with children, keep in mind that Orlando Beer Festival guests must be 21 years old to enter. Tickets are on sale now at https://orlandoweeklytickets.com/events/94510067/orlando-beer-festival-2019, with options for General Admission, VIP (includes early entry), and a discounted ticket if you are attending as a designated driver. For more information on last year’s festivities, you can check out the official Orlando Beer Festival website at https://www.orlandobeerfestival.com/.

If you are planning to be in town for the Orlando Beer Festival, considering booking your hotel at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. It is perfectly located within walking distance of plenty of bars on International Drive and easy highway access minutes away from the downtown Orlando area. You can book your stay today by clicking the button in the upper right-hand corner or by calling (407) 996-8585.

Guitarist surrounded by crowd clapping and smiling

Now in its 21st year, the annual Festival Calle Orange is one of Orlando’s largest cultural events. This festival fits days’ worth of entertainment into a handful of hours. Featuring a ton of Latin-inspired dances, songs, and dishes, Calle Orange draws in visitors of diverse cultural backgrounds to celebrate the Hispanic community. On October 27 from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Calle Orange comes to Central Florida, and here’s everything you need to know to be prepared.

Festival Entertainment

Featuring three live-entertainment stages, the festival promises to provide endless opportunities that cater to everyone’s taste. Over 40 artists take the spotlight during this jam-packed day of cultural celebration to provide nonstop live performances. The festival has hosted countless Latin performers over the years, including:

  • Eva Longoria
  • El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
  • Tito Rojas
  • Grupo Mania

Because colors on a flag aren’t the only things that define culture, Calle Orange brings together the music, dancing, and cuisine of multiple Hispanic communities. The festival paints the streets with vendors and sponsors offering culture-specific entertainment, so you can plan exactly which ones you want to see or surprise yourself with all the festival has to offer.

Festival Information

Calle Orange spans over 10 city blocks of downtown Orlando. The streets of Orange Avenue fill with music, games, and dancing as the festival heats up during the day. Tickets to the festival are only available at the entrance gate, and they cost less for those who come out to celebrate earlier. Here’s a breakdown of ticket prices at different times of the day.

  • 12 p.m.–1 p.m.: $5
  • 1 p.m.–2 p.m.: $10
  • After 2 p.m.: $15

You can bring the whole family along for a day of cultural celebration, because children under 10 enter the festival for free.

Book with Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando

If you’re looking to top off your day of Latin festivities with a hotel stay worth celebrating, book your trip with the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. Reserving a room gives you access to endless accommodations at a convenient distance from the festival. Each room comes at an incredibly affordable rate, featuring plush beds and a private bathroom. Book your stay online by clicking the orange button at the top of the page or call 407-996-8585.

Halloween Horror Nights is spooky and frighteningly busy. If you plan to visit Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando this year, make sure you are prepare for what awaits beyond the entrance gates. These tips will help you make the most of your visit so you can spend less time in line and more time exploring the terrifying haunted houses at this year’s best Halloween event in Orlando.

Arrive Early

Like any event at the theme parks, the key to getting the most out of your visit is to arrive early. On most nights Halloween Horror Nights will begin at 6:30 p.m. but Universal Orlando often allows guests in up to a half hour in advance. The closer you can be to the front of the line, the more time you’ll have to explore all of the attractions.

Visit on the Least Busy Days

Halloween Horror Night’s extreme popularity draws in tourists from around the world and Orlando locals. Because of this, Friday and Saturday are always the busiest nights. For your best shot at avoiding large crowds, we recommend visiting during the week. Not only will you avoid some of the chaos, you’ll also enjoy a slightly discounted ticket price.

Choose Four or Five Must-Do Houses to Visit

Since it’s difficult to visit all the houses in one night without the help of our next tip, choose your top must-see houses and visit those first. If you have any time remaining at the end of the night, then you can visit the others. If you aren’t sure which to visit first, visit the houses at the back of the park first as those will have shorter lines.

Purchase a Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass

If you must see all the houses, purchase a Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass. This special pass lets you skip all the regular lines at the haunted houses plus at participating rides and attractions. As with your admission ticket, this add-on purchase is less expensive on non-peak nights.

Stay Hydrated

With all the screaming and running around from house to house (and away from monsters), Halloween Horror Nights gets intense. Make sure you stay hydrated by either purchasing water at the park or bringing a reusable water bottle you can refill as needed.

Dress in Layers

Fall weather in Orlando is usually warm but you’ll want to be sure you check the forecast before going out. The weather can range from hot and humid, to slightly cool once the sun goes down. If you tend to get cold easily, bring a light jacket.

Pack Lightly

If you can get away without bringing a bag to the theme parks, do so; you’ll breeze though security lines and enjoy the freedom of exploring the attractions without worrying about keeping up with your bag. If you do need to bring a bag, we recommend choosing a small one and only packing the essentials, such as your phone, wallet, I.D., tickets, water, a rain poncho, and bug spray to protect against the scariest monsters of all: Florida’s mosquitoes.

No Kids

Finally, a word of caution: don’t bring the kids. Halloween Horror Nights is known worldwide for being a premier Halloween destination. As such, it is not a family-friendly event. Universal Orlando Resort itself states that the event may be too intense for children, especially those under age 13. If you’ll be traveling with kids, please plan accordingly.

Bonus: Stay near Halloween Horror Nights

After an evening spent running from monsters and goblins, the last thing you want is to battle traffic on your way back to your hotel. Staying at a hotel near Halloween Horror Nights, such as Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando, will minimize the time you’ll spend getting back to your comfy guestroom. Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando, located 3 miles away, offers amenities such as dining outlets and a mini-mart where you can pick up last minute essentials for your Universal Orlando adventure. To book your stay, call us at 407-996-4444 or simply click on the orange button at the top of the page.

Hard shell or soft, there’s no debating the deliciousness of tacos. Last year alone, Americans ate over 4.5 billion of them. In case you needed an excuse to eat more of tacos, October 4 is National Taco Day. Check out these great places to get tacos in Orlando, perfect for celebrating National Taco Day, Taco Tuesday, or just a regular Wednesday night.


Inspired by the coastal lifestyles of Brazil, Uruguay, and southern California, Bartaco offers a chic taco experience. Inventive pairings such as cauliflower with romesco sauce and sesame ribeye make this a unique and stylish option. Keep cool as you dine alfresco with an aqua fresca or sangria. Bartaco also has plenty of gluten-free and vegan options, making it ideal for those with food allergies or dietary restrictions.

98Forty Tapas and Tequila

You know what pairs perfectly with tacos? Tequila! 98Forty Tapas and Tequila serves up delicious helpings of both. Located inside Rosen Centre, this Latin-inspired International Drive restaurant boasts a selection of forty premium tequilas as well as freshly made guacamole, salsa, and of course, tacos. All tacos are served on soft white corn tortillas and you can choose carnitas, chili-sugar rubbed skirt steak, cumino rubbed chicken, spice crusted mahi mahi, or a vegetarian option.

Hunger Street Tacos

If you like your tacos with a little art on the side, head over to Hunger Street Tacos, a family-owned restaurant in Winter Park. Inspired by the street food tacos from Mexico City, the menu at Hunger Street Tacos includes ingredients such as sautéed hibiscus, squash blossoms, and fried avocado. While you eat your tacos, you’ll be able to admire the beautiful murals created by the Lapiztola art collective inspired by life in Mexico.

Taqueria Ameca

From the outside, Taqueria Ameca may not seem like much but one bite of their food and you’ll change your mind. This family-owned taqueria in south downtown Orlando is one of the best places to enjoy authentic Mexican food in Central Florida. Everything is made fresh and to order, and there is no official menu, just a whiteboard on the wall with the daily specials. If you are craving authentic Mexican food without spending much, this is the place for you.

Tin & Taco SODO

When it comes to a universally-loved food like tacos, casting aside tradition is a risky move. At Tin & Taco however, the risk pays off in the form of deliciously innovative taco creations. Forget the usual taco toppings; Tin & Taco serves up wild and wacky ingredients like mac and cheese, beer queso, bacon, and potato sticks. Pair these creative concoctions with their selection of craft beers and sodas for a truly unique National Taco Day meal.

A Great Value Hotel on International Drive

All of these delicious taco restaurants are minutes away from Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. Located on International Drive, Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando’s many amenities and affordable accommodations make it a favorite hotel for family vacations. Enjoy free Wi-Fi, free parking, and three sparkling outdoor swimming pools. Our on-site buffet restaurant even has taco night on Wednesday, in case you haven’t quite gotten your fill of these tasty treats. To book your stay, call 407-996-8585 or click the orange button at the top of the page.

Every year, Visit Orlando transforms the culinary scene of Central Florida into a month-long event beyond your wildest dreams: Magical Dining Month. From August 23 – September 30, over 100 of the best local eateries come together to offer exclusive dining options at an affordable price. You won’t want to miss out on Orlando’s best meals and deals during this most magical time of the year.

Three Courses of Wonder

During Magical Dining Month, each participating location offers a dinner menu with three-course, prix-fixe dinner items exclusive to the event. This includes your choice of appetizers, entrées, and desserts prepared by the culinary wizards of Orlando. Menus include a range of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options to satisfy any of your dietary needs.

Marvelous Savings

You don’t have to travel to a land far, far away to find an affordable and quality dining experience, because the courses of Magical Dining Month are served at a low, fixed price. So, whether you want to uncover new restaurants or visit your favorite locations, you can enjoy some of the finest local dishes without stretching your budget.

Delectable Donations

Magical Dining Month is an affordable chance to sample the best local food in the community and a fun way to give back to neighboring organizations. For each meal you order during the event, one dollar goes to charities in the Central Florida area. To learn more, visit the Magical Dining Month website.

How to Cast Your Order

This month of dining is full of delicious wonders, but you don’t have to learn any magic words to take part in the event. Unlock the marvelous offers of the month by asking for a Magical Dining Month menu at any participating location. Of course, this month is one of Orlando’s busiest times of year to dine out, so we suggest making a reservation beforehand to guarantee your spot.

A Fairy Tale Ending

Stay close to all of the wonders of Magical Dining Month by booking your stay with Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. Our convenient location puts you within minutes from the finest dining in the city. And like your magical meal, our luxurious rooms come with unbeatably affordable rates. Reserve your room online or by calling us at 407-996-8585.

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