Right now you can book a room at the beautiful 4 star Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando from only $68 a night on Skyauction.com.
The Rosen Plaza Hotel is adjacent to the Orange County Convention Center, only one mile from Sea World and 10 minutes from Walt Disney World. The hotel has a beautiful pool area, a fitness center, two on-site restaurants, a pizza parlor, a deli and a large cocktail lounge. The Rosen Plaza Hotel is walking distance from the many bars and restaurants that surround the Orange County Convention Center. The Rosen Plaza Hotel garners an impressive four star review on TripAdvisor.com and an Excellent (4.3) rating on Hotels.com.
The Rosen Plaza Hotel has a clear business focus (not surprising considering its location) and this is a fantastic choice for the business traveler; however, at $70 to $80 a night it is a high quality alternative for families seeking to avoid some lower quality lodging options in this price range. The lowest prices for the Rosen Plaza are for stays before 12/20/2015. Guests checking in between 12/20/2015 and 4/15/2016 are subject to a $30/night surcharge.
The Rosen Plaza Hotel on Skyauction
A couple of though about using Skyauction: (a) pay attention to make sure there are no surcharges for your dates (this deal has a $30 a night surcharge from 12/20/2015 to 4/15/2105), (b) I don’t consider these “auctions” in the traditional sense–so don’t start bidding like a madman (feel free to bid things up a shekel or two just don’t go crazy) , (c) if you miss the current auction there should be another one just around the corner, and (d) use the “Autobid” feature on Skyauction conservatively (e.g., if you bid $29 a night set your Autobid limit at no more than $35). You can always rebid later. My guess is you won’t pay more than $80 a night including the $39 per night fee for taxes and services. That’s what I call a deal people!!!! Fyi the cover photo is the pool at the Rosen Centre Hotel, the Rosen Plaza’s sister hotel.
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