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14 nights Orlando April inc Rosen Inn hotel, direct flights Manchester, 20kg luggage & transfers £355pp (£1423 total) based on 2a/2c @ TUI
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14 nights Orlando April inc Rosen Inn hotel, direct flights Manchester, 20kg luggage & transfers £355pp (£1423 total) based on 2a/2c @ TUI

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Posted 6th Feb

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April getaway to Orlando for 14 nights for 2 adults and 2 children - including return flights from Manchester, flying out 20th April. Includes 20kg luggage and 14 nights at well reviewed 3* Rosen Inn International with transfers. Works out at £355pp (total price £1423) for 2 adults and 2 children using code EXOTIC. Weather temp is 28 degrees. May suit those with pre school children.


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What's included

  • Direct Flights for 2 adults and 2 children - 20th April to 4th May flying from Manchester
  • 20kg luggage allowance per adult and 10kg hand luggage
  • In flight meals
  • 14 Nights Hotel accommodation, double room at Rosen Inn International
  • Free shuttle bus to parks
  • Includes overseas coach transfers

With two swimming pools and a great bar-come-lounge, the Rosen Inn International Drive is the perfect place to relax when you’re not out exploring Orlando.The Rosen Inn International Drive used to be known as the Quality Inn International. It’s just a few minutes’ drive from Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando® Resort and SeaWorld® Orlando. The hotel runs a free shuttle bus to most of them. When you’re not enjoying the parks, you’ve got two pools to relax by. There’s a playground and a games room for children, too, plus a couple of food and drink options.


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Great price, best time of year to visit, good basic hotel slap bang in the middle of idrive. Make sure you get your kids eat free cards for McD's (free Happy meal with Value Meal) and Dunkin Donuts (buy one get one free), both are next to the hotel (y).
sarah48999106/02/2020 20:45

This seems like a great deal . I usually wouldn’t be to concerned about t …This seems like a great deal . I usually wouldn’t be to concerned about taking the kids out of school. However , a lot of Manchester schools finish the Easter hols on the 20th April . Meaning children would be off 2 weeks break and the off for 2 weeks holiday. The school fine is also £60 per day per child and being used more and more . I hate the fine and think that if a fine can be enforced for missing school , the holiday companies should be capped during school holidays! But nonetheless the fine could effectively be £1200.But definitely suit those with younger children like you said


The fine is £60 per parent per absence not per day
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April is a beautiful time of year to visit Orlando. Great price too so what are you waiting for ..... Enjoy
Have some heat
Any kid's I can borrow? Price normalises with adults only.
Definitely the Best time to go in April or November
Great price, best time of year to visit, good basic hotel slap bang in the middle of idrive. Make sure you get your kids eat free cards for McD's (free Happy meal with Value Meal) and Dunkin Donuts (buy one get one free), both are next to the hotel (y).
It’s a shame this deal is only in one of the school holiday weeks. The other week you would have to take them out of school and pay a fine
We went this time of year some years ago and weather was fab. We stayed at this hotel. Great base with plenty of cheap places to eat near by.
Any relatively good Florida deals for school holiday dates?
Edited by: "tanikk£" 6th Feb
tanikk£06/02/2020 15:01

Any relatively good Florida deals for school holiday dates?


Depends what you call good? Double the price and you should be ok.
Azwipe06/02/2020 15:15

Depends what you call good? Double the price and you should be ok.


Used to get £200ish tickets to Orlando a few years ago for Easter holidays dates, on a short notice too .. guess it is not the case any more?
Love going in April. The weather is lovely and little rain normally
tanikk£06/02/2020 15:24

Used to get £200ish tickets to Orlando a few years ago for Easter holidays …Used to get £200ish tickets to Orlando a few years ago for Easter holidays dates, on a short notice too .. guess it is not the case any more?


Nope you are looking well over double that these days.
Do these flights stop anywhere to refuel ?

Kindest regards
Any good deals at around the same time for couples? Always wanted to go to Orlando but can only really take 7 to 10 days...I'll have a ganders
Damn my kids go back the 20th
Cheaper with 2 kids than 1!!
Try avoiding the McDonald's next to this hotel, it's really expensive for a McDonald's. There's plenty more not too far away. There's also Checkers across the street, great prices and their chips are awesome.
This seems like a great deal .

I usually wouldn’t be to concerned about taking the kids out of school. However , a lot of Manchester schools finish the Easter hols on the 20th April . Meaning children would be off 2 weeks break and the off for 2 weeks holiday.

The school fine is also £60 per day per child and being used more and more . I hate the fine and think that if a fine can be enforced for missing school , the holiday companies should be capped during school holidays!

But nonetheless the fine could effectively be £1200.

But definitely suit those with younger children like you said
Edited by: "sarah489991" 6th Feb
sarah48999106/02/2020 20:45

This seems like a great deal . I usually wouldn’t be to concerned about t …This seems like a great deal . I usually wouldn’t be to concerned about taking the kids out of school. However , a lot of Manchester schools finish the Easter hols on the 20th April . Meaning children would be off 2 weeks break and the off for 2 weeks holiday. The school fine is also £60 per day per child and being used more and more . I hate the fine and think that if a fine can be enforced for missing school , the holiday companies should be capped during school holidays! But nonetheless the fine could effectively be £1200.But definitely suit those with younger children like you said


The fine is £60 per parent per absence not per day
tony8106/02/2020 21:13

The fine is £60 per parent per absence not per day


Schools are classing one day as one absence , as I know parents that have been fined this way
ImAlwaysRight06/02/2020 20:21

Try avoiding the McDonald's next to this hotel, it's really expensive for …Try avoiding the McDonald's next to this hotel, it's really expensive for a McDonald's. There's plenty more not too far away. There's also Checkers across the street, great prices and their chips are awesome.


It's a little more expensive but the coke Freestyle machines make up for it. Use the kids eat free cards and it's cheaper than the UK.
sarah48999106/02/2020 20:45

This seems like a great deal . I usually wouldn’t be to concerned about t …This seems like a great deal . I usually wouldn’t be to concerned about taking the kids out of school. However , a lot of Manchester schools finish the Easter hols on the 20th April . Meaning children would be off 2 weeks break and the off for 2 weeks holiday. The school fine is also £60 per day per child and being used more and more . I hate the fine and think that if a fine can be enforced for missing school , the holiday companies should be capped during school holidays! But nonetheless the fine could effectively be £1200.But definitely suit those with younger children like you said


The council fine is £60 per child not per day and rises to £120 if not paid in 21 days
sarah48999106/02/2020 20:45

This seems like a great deal . I usually wouldn’t be to concerned about t …This seems like a great deal . I usually wouldn’t be to concerned about taking the kids out of school. However , a lot of Manchester schools finish the Easter hols on the 20th April . Meaning children would be off 2 weeks break and the off for 2 weeks holiday. The school fine is also £60 per day per child and being used more and more . I hate the fine and think that if a fine can be enforced for missing school , the holiday companies should be capped during school holidays! But nonetheless the fine could effectively be £1200.But definitely suit those with younger children like you said


It's £60 per parent per child per unauthorised absence, i know a few schools have tried to tell parents different (including ours) but it's set by the government and the fine (TAX) is issued by the local authority. Doesn't matter if it's one day or one month the fine is the same. If you have 2 children it's £240 (£120 for single parents).
Travel companies should not be forced to do anything as it's a free market and they are simply using dynamic pricing based on demand, if anything the schools need to get with the times and stop fixed holidays.
Edited by: "Azwipe" 6th Feb
Azwipe06/02/2020 21:37

It's £60 per parent per child per unauthorised absence, i know a few …It's £60 per parent per child per unauthorised absence, i know a few schools have tried to tell parents different (including ours) but it's set by the government and the fine (TAX) is issued by the local authority. Doesn't matter if it's one day or one month the fine is the same. If you have 2 children it's £240 (£120 for single parents).Travel companies should not be forced to do anything as it's a free market and they are simply using dynamic pricing based on demand, if anything the schools need to get with the times and stop fixed holidays.


Regarding the fine it’s £60 per absence. I am separated from my children’s father and he also was fined for my children going on holiday!!
parisp06/02/2020 21:41

Regarding the fine it’s £60 per absence. I am separated from my children’s …Regarding the fine it’s £60 per absence. I am separated from my children’s father and he also was fined for my children going on holiday!!


I bet that's caused a few problems if the father/mother not living with the children doesn't agree (or want to pay).
tony8106/02/2020 21:13

The fine is £60 per parent per absence not per day


So is one week class as one absence then?
I think if you did one week holiday then back to school for a few days then another holiday that would carry two separate fines. With two weeks together like this it would be just the one fine, so as mentioned £240 for 2 children (£120 per parent).
Azwipe06/02/2020 13:27

Great price, best time of year to visit, good basic hotel slap bang in the …Great price, best time of year to visit, good basic hotel slap bang in the middle of idrive. Make sure you get your kids eat free cards for McD's (free Happy meal with Value Meal) and Dunkin Donuts (buy one get one free), both are next to the hotel (y).



I know it’s subjective but what would you say is a reasonable amount of spending money for 2a, 2c? To cover food etc
Thanks
We have stayed at this hotel when our flights home were cancelled. For a 3* I was impressed. The rooms are massive. If you're just using it as a base to visit the parks etc, it will be great. If you want to spend a prolonged period at the hotel during the day, I would have a look at other options if costs are comparable.
1682 after discount code applied
MonkeyCowboy06/02/2020 13:24

Any kid's I can borrow? Price normalises with adults only.


Wouldn’t you be able to book with them on and then just turn up without
Hmmm...are we still going??
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