Very Important Pets

Vacationers traveling to Orlando no longer have to leave their beloved Fifi or Fido behind. Rosen Hotels & Resorts is now offering a VIP ̶ Very Important Pet ̶ package that enables guests to bring their family pet with them on vacation at no extra charge. The VIP Package is available at all four of Rosen Hotels & Resorts’ value-priced, AAA Three Diamond properties, including the Quality Inn International,  Rosen Inn closest to UniversalRosen Inn at Pointe Orlando and Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista (LBV).
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Not only will guests save the money they would have spent boarding their pet in a kennel, but they’ll also enjoy the following perks when they book the VIP package now through Dec. 31, 2013:

  • Customary pet fee of an additional $15 per night waived as part of this package.
  • Complimentary American breakfast buffet for two each morning.
  • “Pet Welcome Kit,” which includes a pet feeding bowl, dog or cat treats, eco-friendly “relief” bags, a “Pet in Room” door hanger and an ID collar to be worn by the pet throughout the stay.
  • Complimentary internet/WiFi in guest rooms and public areas.
  • Complimentary daily scheduled transportation to Universal Orlando®, SeaWorld Orlando®, Aquatica® and Wet ‘n Wild Orlando® (reservations required). The Clarion Inn LBV also provides complimentary shuttle service to Walt Disney World® theme parks.
  • Complimentary parking.
  • Deluxe accommodations with two double beds, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and electronic safe.
  • Kids Eat FREE Program (children 9 and under eat free with each paying adult)
  • Kids stay FREE.

Pets must weigh less than 50 pounds, be put on a leash and supervised at all times when outside the guest room.

Room

One of the newly renovated rooms at Quality Inn International

To view the complete pet policy, visit  www.orlandohotels4less.com.

 

To book online or for more details, visit www.orlandohotels4less.com or call 800-999-7300 and ask for the Very Important Pet package. This special package rate is based on double occupancy and does not include tax.

The three International Drive properties offer guests complimentary scheduled shuttle service to Universal Orlando®, SeaWorld Orlando®, Aquatica® and Wet ‘n Wild Orlando® (reservations required). The I-Ride Trolley stops in front of each hotel, providing low-cost transportation to more than 75 stops in the International Drive attractions area. The three hotels are conveniently located off I-4, on International Drive, in the heart of the attractions area and just 12-15 minutes from Orlando International Airport.

Only service dogs can get into the attractions (seeing eye, etc…)
There is a dog park on Apopka Vineland at Dr. Phillips park within 3 miles, also there is a dog beach one hour away at Ponce-Inlet (south of Daytona Beach near the lighthouse). A great place to eat at is Yellow Dog Eats Café where doggies are welcome, and the hotel’s Bar & Grille has outdoor seating where Fido can sit with his best friend.

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2 responses to “Very Important Pets

  1. It’s great to see so many places that are now opening their doors to four-legged guests.

  2. How wonderful! Makes me want to go to Florida just so I can share a holiday with Luna, my pitt bull terrier. We drove around the Pacific Northwest two years ago, and she had a ball the entire way. She made tons of friends and even has doggy pen pals. I wish the health codes were a little more lax in some states. Barring dogs from eateries out of fear they will bring germs is ridic. Some people are filthier than my dog and have far less respectable table manners. Anybody know of states where health codes are not so strict?

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