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14 nights Orlando inc Rosen Inn hotel, direct flights, 20kg luggage & transfers (2a/2c) departing 4th Sep LGW £312pp (£1247 total) @ TUI
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14 nights Orlando inc Rosen Inn hotel, direct flights, 20kg luggage & transfers (2a/2c) departing 4th Sep LGW £312pp (£1247 total) @ TUI

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Price dropped now £1247 departing 4th September
Start of September getaway to Florida for 14 nights for 2 adults and 2 children including return flights from London Gatwick - flying out 4th September. Includes 20kg luggage allowance per adult, transfers and 14 nights at 3*Rosen Inn International hotel (scores 4 out of 5 on Tripadvisor). Works out at £312pp (total price £1247) for 2 adults and 2 children. Weather temp is 32 degrees. May suit those with pre school children.


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What's included

  • Direct Flights for 2 adults and 2 children - 4th September to 18th September flying from Gatwick
  • 20kg luggage allowance per adult and 10kg hand luggage
  • In flight meals
  • 14 Nights Hotel accommodation, double room at Rosen Inn International hotel
  • Free shuttle bus to parks
  • Coach transfers from the airport to your hotel on arrival, and from the hotel back to the airport when it’s time to leave.

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Harter6608/08/2019 14:26

I wish I had a family to go on this trip :((



You're in luck, I am doing a special offer on mine!
I wish I had a family to go on this trip :((
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Great price cheers chichi, see you there
You will find Thomas cook cheaper for most Orlando holidays at the moment, don’t worry about their financial status
billysheen08/08/2019 11:42

You will find Thomas cook cheaper for most Orlando holidays at the moment, …You will find Thomas cook cheaper for most Orlando holidays at the moment, don’t worry about their financial status


You wont find this cheaper on TC, even if you did it's worth a bit more to fly with TUI, the dreamliner and service makes a big difference on an 8 hour flight.
What's up with the deal picture? Orlando isn't on the beach... your last deal had a similarly misleading picture.
billysheen08/08/2019 11:42

You will find Thomas cook cheaper for most Orlando holidays at the moment, …You will find Thomas cook cheaper for most Orlando holidays at the moment, don’t worry about their financial status




There are some cheap deals on TC for Florida currently, so definitely worth a look. For this specific hotel it's £1440 with code on TC, so is £150 cheaper on Tui and it also includes transfers. thanks
rama2628508/08/2019 12:11

What's up with the deal picture? Orlando isn't on the beach... your last …What's up with the deal picture? Orlando isn't on the beach... your last deal had a similarly misleading picture.



Okay - have amended to a picture of the hotel.
7 weeks and counting, we fly TC Dreamliner about £500ea for flights, hotels extra, good deal!!
One for the chavs to take their kids out of school for
Isn't it hurricane season then with the worst storms starting the end of August?
paulj4808/08/2019 13:15

Isn't it hurricane season then with the worst storms starting the end of …Isn't it hurricane season then with the worst storms starting the end of August?



I think Disney has been closed about 5 times in it's history due to hurricanes so I'd say it's a slim chance.
steveieboy108/08/2019 13:50

I think Disney has been closed about 5 times in it's history due to …I think Disney has been closed about 5 times in it's history due to hurricanes so I'd say it's a slim chance.


It's not just the parks though, any swimming pool will be closed at the hint of an electrical storm. I went in May and we had to vacate the pool in both the 2 Disney water parks and the hotel pool quite often, I can only imagine what it's like in their stormiest month.
How much would I be looking at for couple of parks and car rental and Is food their roughly same priced as here ?
I wish I had a family to go on this trip :((
paulj4808/08/2019 14:00

It's not just the parks though, any swimming pool will be closed at the …It's not just the parks though, any swimming pool will be closed at the hint of an electrical storm. I went in May and we had to vacate the pool in both the 2 Disney water parks and the hotel pool quite often, I can only imagine what it's like in their stormiest month.



You said hurricanes but you mean thunderstorms. Yes they normally happen daily around that time of year normally in the afternoon but don't last long and are very isolated.
Harter6608/08/2019 14:26

I wish I had a family to go on this trip :((



You're in luck, I am doing a special offer on mine!
steveieboy108/08/2019 14:33

You're in luck, I am doing a special offer on mine!


Yeah dude. You will save lots of money just buy some alcohol or something stronger instead ;))
steveieboy108/08/2019 14:28

You said hurricanes but you mean thunderstorms. Yes they normally happen …You said hurricanes but you mean thunderstorms. Yes they normally happen daily around that time of year normally in the afternoon but don't last long and are very isolated.



LOL, its hurricane and also the most wet and stormy time of the year whichever way you spin it that's why its so cheap to go this time of the year.
I was there with TUI a couple of weeks ago but stayed a couple of hotels down from this hotel. International drive is good fun and close to the prks
Just to add we payed £1400 for two people for 11 night. (Last min deal)
As for hotel swimming pools being close during storms that’s not true. True for Disney yes but not hotels. Disney will also close outdoor rides at any hint of a storm.
The Disney ticket prices are expensive. Make sure you book in advanced and get the three fast passes booked up early to avoid long waits
Edited by: "Be79n" 8th Aug
paulj4808/08/2019 15:37

LOL, its hurricane and also the most wet and stormy time of the year …LOL, its hurricane and also the most wet and stormy time of the year whichever way you spin it that's why its so cheap to go this time of the year.



Yes there are thunderstorms and some days you get them and some you don't but you do get quiet parks. It's cheap because it's out of school holidays.

Oh someone got on first. Oh well my offer still stands.......
I have some time off with my family from he 18th Oct and would really like to go to Florida for two weeks, this seems a great price. My question is how close can you leave it to get a deal like this without jeopordising availability? Any thoughts from the Florida regulars most welcome the current price for the dates I want is £1100pp.
brumzfinest08/08/2019 14:22

How much would I be looking at for couple of parks and car rental and Is …How much would I be looking at for couple of parks and car rental and Is food their roughly same priced as here ?


Have a look on something like attraction tickets as it depends what parks your after. Disney is usually about £400 for access to all 6 parks for 14 days. You then have discovery cove (which gives you access to sea world, aquatica & Busch gardens), universal (2 parks) and sometimes they do a ticket that covers multiple parks.

Not sure on cars I’m afraid, if your near downtown Disney you can get a bus to all the Disney ones. Food wise you have all prices covered.
Edited by: "unclepies" 8th Aug
billysheen08/08/2019 11:42

You will find Thomas cook cheaper for most Orlando holidays at the moment, …You will find Thomas cook cheaper for most Orlando holidays at the moment, don’t worry about their financial status


Yeah, but they don’t have the Dreamliner.
elmshouseuk08/08/2019 18:51

Yeah, but they don’t have the Dreamliner.


Is the Dreamliner that good? I normally go on the BA777 to TPA.
steveieboy108/08/2019 19:15

Is the Dreamliner that good? I normally go on the BA777 to TPA.


Oh it is, yes. A lot more space and a noticeable freshness when you get off.
Anyone got anything for 2 people 2nd week in September
Be79n08/08/2019 15:41

As for hotel swimming pools being close during storms that’s not true. T …As for hotel swimming pools being close during storms that’s not true. True for Disney yes but not hotels. Disney will also close outdoor rides at any hint of a storm.The Disney ticket prices are expensive. Make sure you book in advanced and get the three fast passes booked up early to avoid long waits


Rosen inn closed there pools everyday when we were there in july due to storms. If there lightening within a 5 miles radius everything gets closed
rent-a-tent08/08/2019 16:25

I have some time off with my family from he 18th Oct and would really like …I have some time off with my family from he 18th Oct and would really like to go to Florida for two weeks, this seems a great price. My question is how close can you leave it to get a deal like this without jeopordising availability? Any thoughts from the Florida regulars most welcome the current price for the dates I want is £1100pp.


Not likly as its school hols
brumzfinest08/08/2019 14:22

How much would I be looking at for couple of parks and car rental and Is …How much would I be looking at for couple of parks and car rental and Is food their roughly same priced as here ?



2 park Universal ticket can be as low as £250 for 14 days, which is about the cheapest you would get for 2 parks, add in Disney, Busch Gds, Discovery Cove etc and it could be as much as £800pp, but that would be pointless as you’d never ever get around everything to get value for money, 1st time in Orlando Universal 3 park ticket is ideal, which includes the 2 Universal parks and Volcano Bay (water park) and should be no more than £300pp, or if Disney is more your thing it’s more expensive at £400pp or so.

Car hire same as above, can be as little as £250-300 and anything north of that if you want a flash car.

Eating out can be cheaper than here if you take advantage of all you can eat buffets, or eat in eateries that offer deals, kids eat free etc or places that offer bigger portions can be cheaper as a starter could suffice as a main, or mains can be shared between 2.
But as a general rule I’d say, particularly as the £-$ is poor at around $1.20, eating out would be like for like, most expensive we had last year was at Olive Garden (Italian restaurant) 2A 2C was a shade over $100 for 4 mains and a drink each, cheapest was CiCis (pizza buffet) think it was around $40 for all you can eat pizza, pasta and desserts.
Edited by: "andynicol" 8th Aug
elmshouseuk08/08/2019 18:51

Yeah, but they don’t have the Dreamliner.


I agree Dreamliner is better, but I find the plane journey boring so any will do
Azwipe08/08/2019 11:50

You wont find this cheaper on TC, even if you did it's worth a bit more to …You wont find this cheaper on TC, even if you did it's worth a bit more to fly with TUI, the dreamliner and service makes a big difference on an 8 hour flight.


Like I said you will find most holidays and didn't specifically say this one. Also I find both TUI and Thomas Cook no different in terms of service both are pretty bog standard; take it from someone who has flown with both to the same destination multiple times.

Must agree though the Dreamliner is better but I don't go on holiday for the plane ride so personally for me not worth the extra, each to their own though.
Edited by: "billysheen" 8th Aug
You do realise it’s hurricane season in sept
brumzfinest08/08/2019 14:22

How much would I be looking at for couple of parks and car rental and Is …How much would I be looking at for couple of parks and car rental and Is food their roughly same priced as here ?


You need a loan for the parks, but car rental is cheap. Food about the same
Blackrussian09/08/2019 00:15

You do realise it’s hurricane season in sept



Yes it is, there will be a cat 6 hurricane to hit Orlando most days!
HeadphoneGeeza08/08/2019 13:07

One for the chavs to take their kids out of school for


One for the trolls to crawl out from under their bridge for.
rmtheatre09/08/2019 11:35

One for the trolls to crawl out from under their bridge for.



One to remind us some people think they are above the rules set by government.
When we got delayed overnight on the way back from Florida last month, we were put up here for the night. I would not have wanted to stay there much longer - the photos are extremely flattering to say the least.......
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