Orlando 14 nights 5* £482pp (based on 4 adults) incl. flights, accommodation, car hire, luggage @ Thomas Cook
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Orlando 14 nights 5* £482pp (based on 4 adults) incl. flights, accommodation, car hire, luggage @ Thomas Cook

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Found 7th Feb 2014
Total price for 4 adults £1926 travelling 22/04/14-06/05/14 from Manchester. Hotel is the 5* Rosen Shingle Creek on International Drive, 5 mins to seaworld, 10 mins to Universal, 20 mins to Disney. Hotel looks AMAZING! This price also includes car hire (basic insurance only), 20kg luggage, return flights, ATOL protection and resort rep.

Price changes depending on adults/children ratio: 3 adults (£556pp) 2 adults (£705pp) 2 adults 1 child (£593pp) 2 adults 2 children (£545pp)

Link to hotel website rosenshinglecreek.com

UPDATE: Just seen that it's even cheaper booking via Tesco Compare £447.80pp (4 adults)

68 Comments

Good find OP have some well deserved heat

Excellent deal! Shame the price goes up so dramatically for 2 adults. Voted hot!

Fantastic price and an excellent find

A fab find but why does the price go up when you swap 2 adults for 2 children? it is cheaper for children to fly and should not make a difference in hotel terms. blooming school holiday price hike for Thomas Cook!

Unbelievable price... Paying almost double this per person for 2 adults flying from London and staying in the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando going a couple of weeks later
Edited by: "LGB87" 7th Feb 2014

Shame it's Thomas Cook!

great deal book via tesco compare to shave a few quid off - makes it £447pp


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Original Poster

SunshineStacey

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Tnanks, I did put this in my post but it's not that visible so thanks for the big picture

Great price ( even if it is Thomas Cook!! )
The hotel gets good reviews also....

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Great deal but Shame it's in school time as per usual :-(

melanieward1

Great deal but Shame it's in school time as per usual :-(


Bummer

Hot - thats a crazily good price!

Great deal but sadly I already book holiday in sept but if nothing then I would go for it which good price !!

simon012

Great price ( even if it is Thomas Cook!! )The hotel gets good reviews … Great price ( even if it is Thomas Cook!! )The hotel gets good reviews also....http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g34515-d606431-Reviews-Rosen_Shingle_Creek-Orlando_Florida.html



It'll be on their new plane (well...refurb), so all smiles.

A330

Would only recommend going between September and December for obvious reasons. It's a Bucs life!

Stayed at the hotel in 2009, it's glorious. Can't recommend it enough.

Hotel is lovely best I've ever stayed in very good deal to

awesome
the heat is on

Latinosharkey

It'll be on their new plane (well...refurb), so all smiles.A330

It'll be a Virgin Atlantic flight.

Chappers88

It'll be a Virgin Atlantic flight.



How you know? It's say thomas cook airlines?

Add around £400 for fully comp insurance (collision damage waiver). Not worth the risk without it as insurance injury claims can be astronomical over there.

Thomascook might have refurbed the plane but they have gone to 31 inch not the 33 they used to offer on long haul .

Thomas Cook are using the real Orlando International from 01/04/13 and not Sanford Regional. It's much closer to the Orlando attractions and since the flight gets in long before the other larger long haul aircraft e.g. British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Aer Lingus and Lufthansa, the usually slow immigration should be a breeze!

Great deal.

*correction.. 2014, not 2013

@jon67, I understand that Florida car hire companies are required to include collision damage waiver as standard now. It was included on my Budget rental in November and with Thrifty just a couple of weeks ago. Wheels, windscreen and undercarriage are rarely included however but some inexpensive third party insurance (booked independently of the car hire company) can be had for £3-£4 per day.

Chappers88

It'll be a Virgin Atlantic flight.



No it won't. Its a Thomas Cook Airlines flight, you can see the specifics by doing a flight only quote on their site.

Add around £400 for fully comp insurance (collision damage waiver). Not worth the risk without it as insurance injury claims can be astronomical over there.

is this just for these dates or any other dates??

Annoying. We're going 24th April - 10th May and already have flights. This hotel has no rooms during those dates so not sure how this deal works.

Original Poster

kmurray

is this just for these dates or any other dates??



Different dates:
19/04/14-03/05/14 £471pp
20/04/14-04/05/14 £494pp
21/04/14-05/05/14 £468pp
29/04/14-13/05/14 £470pp

All Manchester departure, and based on 4 adults sharing, price changes when adult/children ratio changes.

SunshineStacey

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How can you do this? Orlando, Florida or Kissimmee don't exist in their "Resort" list

Evostance

Annoying. We're going 24th April - 10th May and already have flights. … Annoying. We're going 24th April - 10th May and already have flights. This hotel has no rooms during those dates so not sure how this deal works.


Tour operators buy blocks of rooms in advance to bundle with flights.

Edited by: "badgerman2" 7th Feb 2014

r simsini

Would only recommend going between September and December for obvious … Would only recommend going between September and December for obvious reasons. It's a Bucs life!



Can you do a day trip to Raymond j by any tour providers? If so you know any?

Anyone found any deals for late September 5 adults?

Edited by: "mikiedizzy" 8th Feb 2014

mikiedizzy

Anyone found any deals for late September 5 adults?

Yes Thanks.

So are you all voting hot because you are going? Cold from me then.

Great price, I flew Thomas Cook to Almeria last Summer and the service was great, some people were finding the seats abit tight but I am fortunate at 5ft 1 and size 8 I have no worries about leg room. I did have to laugh at one family moaning they were all overweight and saying they couldn't fit in the seats with the small amount of legroom. They asked to be moved to a seat with more room. When the stewardess told them the plane was full, they miraculously managed to fit in the seats I think they were just after getting an extra legroom seat for free.

Evostance

How can you do this? Orlando, Florida or Kissimmee don't exist in their … How can you do this? Orlando, Florida or Kissimmee don't exist in their "Resort" list



Orlando comes up under their 'far away' list

melcarroll

Great price, I flew Thomas Cook to Almeria last Summer and the service … Great price, I flew Thomas Cook to Almeria last Summer and the service was great, some people were finding the seats abit tight but I am fortunate at 5ft 1 and size 8 I have no worries about leg room. I did have to laugh at one family moaning they were all overweight and saying they couldn't fit in the seats with the small amount of legroom. They asked to be moved to a seat with more room. When the stewardess told them the plane was full, they miraculously managed to fit in the seats I think they were just after getting an extra legroom seat for free.



TC offered the worst leg room I have ever had to endure being 6'1" and NOT overweight!! So like you said, if you're a dwarf who doesn't eat and likes to sit in judgement of anyone over size 10, then its a good deal, if you're normal, its crap, Virgin every time for me, its still cramped but at least I could walk off the plane

saffstar

Orlando comes up under their 'far away' list



I must be losing it as I can't find their far away list either. I'm looking for just hotels in Orlando
Edited by: "Evostance" 8th Feb 2014
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