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Posted 25 August 2022

14 nights Orlando Florida Sep - 2 adults & 2 children - Rosen Inn + Rtn Flights Birm + 20kg bags = £1410.87 with code @ Holiday Hypermarket

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14 night deal to Orlando Florida for a total of £1410.87, working out at £352 per person based on 2 adults and 2 children (other combinations available e.g. 2 adults is around £545pp ). Discount should be automatically applied but enter code TUI150 if needed, Hotel is Rosen Inn on International Drive, with flights from Birmingham 19th September. Includes 14 nights accommodation in a double room, overseas coach transfers and direct return flights with 20kg checked baggage each and 10kg hand luggage. The date is 19th September (but also other dates in September e.g. 9/11/12/25/26 Sep). Average temp is 30 degrees. ATOL protected. Break may suit those with pre school children. Please note i have put a default of 2 adults and 2 children in deal aged 5, you will need to amend. Check any entry requirements.

4/5 Tripadvisor


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.

What's included

  • Double room
  • Overseas coach transfers
  • Direct return flights from Birmingham including 20kg checked baggage each and 10kg hand luggage each
  • Shuttle bus to the theme parks
  • Free parking
  • No Resort fees

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    Came back from here last month, great location, would stay there again.
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    Why so much negativity. We go to Orlando area 2-3 times a year [no kids], but if you do have any, then this is a fantastic deal as post-Covid, adult flights cost £600 on their own. Fantastic heat.
    Because 1. People just love to moan,
    2. Try and upset people booked and.
    3. Because English, whom just love a good old whine...

    I'm sat on a cruise ship right now, my moan is Classy huge ship but over run by pisshead stag and hens what happens when travel agents sell as a booze cruise...
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    Good deal, we did two weeks in a hotel room on our first trip - nightmare, only good if you all go to bed at the same time and spend no time in the hotel. Use the search tool to find a different location with a suite, or better still a villa. Universal and Disney tickets for a family of four costs £3000, other things to do, but it's be come expensive there now.

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    My best day out was gatorland 😳
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    I wish I didn't work in a school
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    What's the upper age of a 'child' for this please?
    technically is 17 years, however the price appears to slightly increase for children 15 years and above
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    I would off booked this, but I need the £1400 to put towards my gas and electricity!
    No more holidays for a lot of us!
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    Does anyone know if you can still get package deals for the theme parks? Eg Disney used to do a 14 day pass which included all parks and so did universal. Its been a few years since we've been (2009) so things are bound to have changed.
    Yes you can but you waste so much money doing that. Essentially, you are getting 28 days worth of tickets but can only use about 13 of them. Often works out cheaper hunting around for tickets for the amount of days you will actually use.
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    If only it was for 6 months then I wouldn't have to pay my heating bill!
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    Doesn't schools start by then
    Yeah which is why it’s so cheap
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    There was a very good deal to Egypt today from BHX 438pounds all inclusive too in September.
    Where was that?
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    Heh, that's the same day that I fly to Orlando from Glasgow with TUI for 2 weeks. And we'll be staying at a different Rosen inn.
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    So cheap, needs to be how expensive everything is getting! Seems to be how much our energy bills will be in a few months time!
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    So cheap. With parks and 5 of us it is going to cost £15k with food etc.
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    you're better off with Voyage prive and an al inc 5* deal in the EU -> just add one about £200-300 for flights
    I had a look but such a bad designed site.

    I just ended up tired and coming up with very little... but just re-read your comment, so we are looking to do Orlando, well, more interested in Bushe Gardens area, but how does booking a 5* EU holiday help? Am I just confused.