With Tropical Storm Idalia continues to intensify and move closer to Florida, Rosen Hotels & Resorts has activated its Florida Resident Distress Rates*,  giving evacuees a safe, affordable place to call home as they ride out the storm, putting people over profit in a time where many residents may need to leave their homes to remain safe from what looks to be a major hurricane.

“We do this because it is the right thing to do,” said Harris Rosen, Founder and COO of Rosen Hotels & Resorts. “The safety of our guests, our associates and families across Florida is something we will go to great lengths to protect,” Rosen added. “This is an unexpected expense, not a staycation,” said Jennifer Rice-Palmer, Director of Guest Contact. “People should be able to leave their homes and know they can depend on Rosen Hotels & Resorts to do its part to keep them and their pets as safe as possible,” she added.

Positively Osceola would like to thank Rosen Hotels & Resorts for putting Floridians and their safety first, and for correctly placing the safety and well-being of the public and its associates as its top priority during this stressful time.

Distress rates are as follows:

$69/night (not including taxes)

  • Rosen Inn International
  • Rosen Inn closest to Universal
  • Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando
  • Rosen Inn Lake Buena Vista

$99/night (not including taxes)

  • Rosen Plaza

$109/night (not including taxes)

  • Rosen Centre

$129/night (not including taxes)

  • Rosen Shingle Creek

Rosen Hotels & Resorts is pet-friendly (no additional pet fee during distress rates), offers free WiFi and never charges a resort fee.

To reserve a room, please call 866-33-ROSEN (76736).
For media inquiries, please contact Rob Hubler, Public Relations Manager at Rosen Hotels & Resorts, 407-996-7656 (office), 407-639-4212 (cell) or rhubler@rosenhotels.com.

*All guest room rates are not applicable for groups or with any other promotions or offers and are based on availability. Guest room rates are offered when a tropical storm or hurricane warning is in effect for impacted areas in Florida and will remain in effect as long as the situation is threatening. Rates also are offered as long as necessary to those who are displaced after a storm. Offer requires proof of residency in affected area.