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Rosen’s Total Commitment: Our Response to COVID-19. LEARN MORE

Rosen’s Total Commitment: Our Response to COVID-19. LEARN MORE

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This weekend only – September 19 and 20, 2020 – 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 where participating shops will hand 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 this weekend only. Be sure to include a mask with your costume. 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.

Theme parks provide an intangible thrill. For some of us, it’s a thrill and memory we’ll never forget. From childhood when we took our first steps to meet Mickey Mouse for the first time, to squeezing our parent’s hand all the way up to the top of the highest roller coaster drop; our experiences at theme parks are some of our strongest memories.

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It’s no secret that Orlando is one of the world’s top theme park destinations, so go prepared to make the most of the experience. Bringing our own children for the first time to one of our beloved attractions or experiencing a theme park for the first time ourselves is quiet a whirlwind. We’ve listed a few travel tips to make your excursions to the theme parks the best possible.

Purchase tickets before you go. This should ensure you’re getting the best price possible.

Ask our Guest Relations about complimentary transportation options, shuttle schedules, and their favorite theme park features. (Hint: We offer complimentary, scheduled shuttles to Universal Orlando® Resort, SeaWorld®, and Wet ‘N Wild®.)

Designate a meeting spot for all large groups and family members. Kids may want to get lost in theme parks, but parents don’t want to spend their time looking for their kids.

Head to the parks early. Arrive early and avoid the mid-day crowds. While everyone is basking in the heat of the day, take an extended lunch outside of the parks or head to your hotel for an afternoon nap.

Once you’re re-energized and ready to take on the rest of the theme park, go back in the evening for some of the most specular night time shows and firework displays.

The most important tip of all, have fun and make some of the best memories!

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