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Orlando Hotelier and Philanthropist Harris Rosen Awarded Coretta Scott King A.N.G.E.L. Award by The King Center, Atlanta

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Orlando Hotelier and Philanthropist Harris Rosen Awarded Coretta Scott King A.N.G.E.L. Award by The King Center, Atlanta

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Mary Deatrick, Chambre des représentants,

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ORLANDO (Jan. 23, 2015) – Orlando hotelier and philanthropist Harris Rosen, President & COO of Rosen Hotels & Resorts, received the Coretta Scott King A.N.G.E.L. Award at the 32nd Annual Salute to Greatness Awards Dinner presented by The King Center in Atlanta. The King Center, formally known as The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, was established in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King. The awards ceremony took place on Jan. 17, 2015 (in observance of the late Dr. King’s 86th birthday) at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Atlanta.

The awards event recognized just four honorees. The Salute to Greatness Award, one of the King Center’s highest honors, was awarded to former President Bill Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States, and to Bernard J. Tyson, chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente. The Coretta Scott King A.N.G.E.L. (Advancing Nonviolence through Generations of Exceptional Leadership) Award was given to Harris Rosen and to Aidan Thomas Hornaday, founder of the Aidan Cares Foundation. The award is given in honor of and in keeping with the spirit of the late Coretta Scott King and recognizes a youth or young adult and a youth organization/initiative which exemplifies exceptional leadership in the areas of peace, social justice and nonviolent social change. The honor was established and awarded for the first time in 2013.

Rosen was being recognized for his more than 20 year commitment to the Tangelo Park Program, a three-fold educational community service initiative within the once drug- and crime-ridden Tangelo Park neighborhood of Orlando. In 1992, as Rosen was planning his seventh property, Rosen Shingle Creek, he was struck with an overwhelming sense of gratitude for his many blessings and decided it was time to give back to his community. By 1993, he had created the Tangelo Park Program, a personally funded concept. His innovative program provides free preschool for every two-, three-, and four-year-old child living in the neighborhood and a full community college or four-year college, or a vocational or technical school scholarship for every graduating high school senior. In addition, the program provides a Neighborhood Center for Families where parents can take parenting courses and obtain counseling and other resources to help them become positive role models for their children.

When Rosen created the Tangelo Park Program, the community’s high school dropout rate was 43 percent higher than the national average. Not long after the program began, high school graduation rates soared with an almost zero dropout rate. To date, more than 280 young people have now attended college or vocational school. “I am so honored that the Tangelo Park Program has been recognized by The King Center and I am truly humbled to receive an award given in the spirit of Mrs. Coretta Scott King,” said Rosen. “I will be happy to accept the honor on behalf of the Tangelo Park community and especially all of the youngsters who have worked so hard over the past 20 years to better themselves through the gift of education.”

Established in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (“The King Center”) has been a global destination, resource center and community institution for over a quarter century. Nearly a million people each year make pilgrimage to the National Historic Site to learn, be inspired and pay their respects to Dr. King’s legacy. Both a traditional memorial and programmatic nonprofit, the King Center was envisioned by its founder to be “no dead monument, but a living memorial filled with all the vitality that was his, a center of human endeavor, committed to the causes for which he lived and died.” That vision was carried out through educational and community programs until Mrs. King’s retirement in the mid-1990s, and today it is being revitalized.

Celebrating more than 40 years in business, Rosen Hotels & Resorts comprises nearly 6,500 guest rooms at seven Orlando hotels: three convention properties – Rosen Plaza, Rosen Centre and Rosen Shingle Creek, as well as four value-priced leisure properties – Rosen Inn International; Rosen Inn, closest to Universal; Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando; and Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista. For more information, visit

Rosen Shingle Creek Orlando reçoit le prestigieux Palm Trois Statut dans le programme de Green Lodging de la Floride DEP

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Award-Winning Convention propriété améliore efforts de conservation pour obtenir leur diplôme de deux à trois Palm Désignation

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Mary Deatrick, Chambre des représentants
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ORLANDO (14 novembre 2014) - Rosen Shingle Creek Orlando est fière d'annoncer qu'elle a gagné trois Palm Etat dans le Florida Department of (DEP) Green Lodging Program de protection de l'environnement. L'hôtel primé a été désigné une propriété Deux Palm depuis 2008.

L'initiative volontaire désigne et reconnaît installations d'hébergement qui font un engagement à conserver et protéger les ressources naturelles de la Floride, offrant désignations à quatre niveaux.

«Nous, à Rosen Shingle Creek sommes fiers d'être nommé une propriété Trois Palm et de démontrer que la conservation et la protection de l'environnement ne est pas seulement une tendance passagère, mais une véritable priorité pour nous tous au Rosen Hotels & amp;

Pour gagner Trois état Palm, 1501 pièces convention et loisirs biens mis en œuvre plusieurs nouveaux programmes et pratiques, au-dessus de ses politiques d'économie d'énergie existantes.

En termes d'équipements, l'hôtel a installé des capteurs photo sur les toilettes, les urinoirs et les robinets;

Rosen Shingle Creek reçoit le prestigieux statut AAA Four-Diamond

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Orlando’s Newest Luxury Hotel Recognized for Quality, Guest Service

ORLANDO (June 22, 2007) – The American Automobile Association (AAA), one of the country’s most respected authorities on travel and hospitality, has just awarded Orlando’s newest luxury hotel, Rosen Shingle Creek, with its prestigious Four-Diamond Award rating for 2008. The 1,500 room hotel, which opened Sept. 9, 2006, is one of Central Florida’s premier leisure and meetings destinations with more than 462,000 sq. ft. of meeting/event space. Situated on 230 pristine acres at the headwaters of the Florida Everglades, the breathtaking Spanish-revival style architecture evokes images of Florida’s first grand hotels at the turn of the century, while offering guests the ultimate in modern day convenience, service and hospitality.

“We are thrilled that AAA has recognized our vision, hard work and commitment to guest service by awarding Shingle Creek with the Four Diamond award,” said Harris Rosen, President and COO of Rosen Hotels & Resorts. “AAA’s trusted reputation as a travel authority brings an added peace of mind to our guests that they have chosen only the best accommodations during their visit to Orlando.”

To be considered for approval and rating by AAA, hotels and restaurants that meet AAA members’ basic hotel and restaurant requirements must first apply for an evaluation. If the application is accepted, an AAA evaluator will visit the establishment. Evaluations are unannounced to ensure that AAA professionals experience a hotel or restaurant just as a guest would. After a thorough inspection is conducted, establishments that meet AAA’s criteria become AAA Approved — indicating their ability to provide a quality experience for members. Next, each AAA Approved hotel and restaurant is assigned a AAA rating of one to five Diamonds, indicating the level of services and amenities provided.

According to AAA, the Four Diamond Award status, which was awarded to Rosen Shingle Creek, means that the property is “upscale in all areas,” with “accommodations (that) are refined and stylish (and) the physical attributes reflect enhanced quality throughout. The fundamental hallmarks at this level include an extensive array of amenities combined with a high degree of hospitality, service, and attention to detail.”

Rosen Shingle Creek boasts the onsite Shingle Creek Golf Club, an 18-hole, par 72 (7,228 yards) championship golf course named by Golfweek as One of America’s Top 40 New Courses for 2005, and One of Central Florida’s Top 10 Toughest Courses by Orlando Business Journal. Enhancing the course’s appeal is the Brad Brewer Golf Academy, which offers lessons and corporate/team building events. Brewer was recently named by Golf Magazine as a “Top 100 Teacher for 2007-2008.”

The hotel also offers twelve dining/lounging options, including fine dining Italian restaurant, Cala Bella, and the classic steakhouse, A Land Remembered. From late-night munchies at the 24-hour 18 Monroe Street Market to a poolside ice cream or evening cocktail, guests need never leave the spacious hotel to ease a craving.

Recreational activities abound at Shingle Creek, with four swimming pools, the 13,000 sq. ft. world-class Spa at Shingle Creek, with nine treatment rooms and a state-of-the-art Fitness Center. A video arcade and onsite babysitting facility keep kids entertained while parents dine or enjoy an afternoon of golf or spa treatments. Outdoor activities such as basketball, sand volleyball, tennis, nature trails and fishing offer plenty of ways to soak up some Florida sunshine.

When it comes to in-room relaxation, Shingle Creek has the corner on the market with spacious, 436 gross square foot guest rooms. A 32” flat screen TV with NXTV connectivity and in-room high-speed Internet connectivity keeps them plugged into work or personal e-mail. Plush robes, designer linens and first-class toiletries add to the environment of complete rest and relaxation. Those seeking even more space may choose to stay in one of the hotel’s 139 guest suites, complete with a beautifully appointed mini kitchen area, including a mini fridge, microwave, coffee maker and serving/bar area with granite countertop.

Although Shingle Creek is a vacation unto itself, many come to Orlando specifically for its legendary theme parks. Just 10 minutes from Sea World and Universal Orlando, the hotel is a Destination Universal property, which means guests can purchase discounted tickets in the hotel lobby and enjoy complimentary scheduled transportation to both parks. The hotel is just a mile from the I-Drive tourist area and approximately 15 miles from Orlando renowned attractions.

For more information about Rosen Shingle Creek, please visit or call 866-996-6338 for reservations.

Pour plus d'informations, veuillez contacter: Marie Deatrick
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Shingle Creek Golf Club Fiche

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9939 Universal Boulevard
Orlando , Florida 32819
Toll Free: (866) 996-9933
Local: (407) 996-9933
Fax (407) 996-9932


The David Harman designed, 18-hole, 7,228 yard championship golf course features undulating fairways and interconnecting waterways bordered by the natural backdrop of dense oaks and pines along historic Shingle Creek. The design objective is to make the course play “fair” while keeping it an exceptional “test” of golf. There are five sets of tees, enabling players to choose their own degree of difficulty. Located just east of the Orange County Convention Center expansion, the challenging, yet playable, Shingle Creek Golf Club opened for play in December 2003.

Since its opening, Shingle Creek has garnered numerous awards, including the ranking as one of the“Top 40 Best New Golf Courses in the U.S.” by Golfweek Magazine and Voted One of America’s Top 100 Pro Shops in 2006 by Golf Shop magazine. The course was also ranked one of the toughest courses you can play by the Orlando Business Journal and received the prestigious “Greens of Distinction” award from Corporate & Incentive Travel magazine.

Dave Scott, Director of Golf and PGA Professional, and his team of professionals provide tee times, compatible pairings and merchandise ranging from golf balls to stylish sportswear.


For over twenty years, David Harman has constructed golf courses for such noted architects as Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye, Tom Fazio and Arnold Palmer. He was actively involved in bringing their designs to life in the field. His long experience of constructing over 150 golf courses worldwide has given him valuable insight for successful design criteria. David Harman Design is founded on the principle of designing world-class golf courses. Past David Harman projects include Teton Pines in Jackson, Wyo.; Turtle Bay in Kahuku, Hawaii; Pinehurst Plantation in Pinehurst, N.C.; Kauri Cliffs in Northland, New Zealand; The Desert Inn in Las Vegas, Nev.; and Orange County National and Isleworth, both in Orlando, Fla. Over 20 of the courses designed by David Harman have hosted tournaments for the PGA Tour, Senior PGA Tour and LPGA Tour.


David Scott, Director of Golf
Rickey Craig, Golf Course Superintendent
Dave Smiley, Head Golf Professional


  • Etat de l'art facilité de pratique includes two (2) 30,000 sq. ft. full swing grass teeing grounds, a chipping, pitching and bunker practice area and 10,000 sq. ft. of practice putting greens
  • 80 club rental sets available, which include men’s (left and right hand), ladies and junior sets from major equipment manufacturers, shoe rental is also available (Taylor Made, Cobra, Nike, Titleist)
  • Une variété de Services de restauration on and off course:
    • Clubhouse Grill: limited menu – kitchen open from 11am-4 pm; bar open until one hour after dark
    • Snack Shop: open for breakfast and lunch; made to order deli sandwiches, hot dogs, other items; open daily 7am – 6pm
    • Beverage Cart Service: daily
  • L'académie de golf Brad Brewer
  • Métrage de cours ~ Shingle Creek ranges from 7,228 yards to 5,081 yards, with five sets available:
    • Tour / Back ~ 7,228 yards
    • Championship ~ 6,758 yards
    • Guest ~ 6,393 yards
    • Senior ~ 5,835 yards
    • Forward / Ladies ~ 5,131 yards
  • Golf cart amenities include: computerized UpLink GPS Métrage, hand towels, tees, windshield, club protector, divot replacement sand bottles, ball washer, club cleaner and drink cooler
  • 1,600 sq. ft. Pro Shop carrying upscale golf attire and equipment
  • Gracieux Hommes et Vestiaire Equipements de femmes
  • Gratuit Service de voiturier
  • Manipulation de sac gratuit et le Club de nettoyage
  • Deux stations de confort sur le parcours
  • Dress Code: collared shirt and Bermuda length shorts for men; no denim
  • Service de handicap USGA disponible


#1 – The course begins with a 417 yard (from all the way back) Par 4, which has a slight dogleg to the left. Hitting towards Shingle Creek, the tee shot requires a slight draw to a wide fairway guarded by a water hazard on the left. A good drive should leave the player with a mid-iron to a green protected to the left and long by the sand. A nice easy starting hole

#2 – This intimidating Par 5 can play 559 yards from the back tees and will challenge even the longest of hitters as a water hazard closely guards the right side of the driving area. A good drive will leave the player a generous lay up area between 4 bunkers on either side of the fairway. A long hitter does have a chance to hit the green in two shots by running the ball up through the approach, but does have bunkers surrounding the rest of the putting surface to contend with. After a good lay up, a wedge can be played to a smallish green-sloped back to front. Ideally, the player will want to keep the ball short of the pin leaving an uphill putt.

#3 – One of the tightest Par 4’s on the course is not long at 399 yards but demands a tee shot in the fairway. The fairway is shaped with willow and cypress trees to the right along a lake and bunkers left. A conservative play off of the tee may be prudent (perhaps with a fairway metal) as any decent tee shot in the fairway should leave only an 8 or 9 iron into a green. Pay attention! This hole is very pleasing to the eye. Don’t let it distract you from performing the task at hand.

#4 – The ideal tee shot on this straightaway 540 yard Par 5 is hit at the 27-story Peabody Hotel. Two large fairway bunkers frame the tee shot along a generous fairway. Few players will have a chance to go for two on this hole but, if they are inclined, numerous cypress, magnolias and a waterway that protect the whole left side of this hole may gobble up an over aggressive shot. Most players should consider laying up to the right leaving a short pitch to a two-tiered green sloping from the player’s right to left. Played conservatively, this hole could offer a great birdie opportunity.

#5 – Easily the most difficult Par 3 on the course the fifth can play from 222 yards from the championship tee to 107 yards from the forward tee. The subtly sloped green is guarded right by a huge bunker short, sure to catch any miss-struck shot. In addition, water with a steep bank protects the entire left side of the hole. The difficulty in hitting the green with a mid to long iron is in that the green is somewhat shallow and two bunkers are placed long. You must control the spin of your ball to have a birdie putt. Take a Par 3 here and walk quietly to the next tee.

#6 – This straightaway Par 4 is the longest on the course and can play up to 475 yards from the back tee. Oak trees frame the tee shot left and right. Also, four fairway bunkers on the right and grass bunkers to the left guard this fairway. Even a good tee shot should leave a long iron into a green that is open in the front but has well placed greenside bunkers both left and right. The green is large but does have a ridge running through the middle of it forcing the player to be below the hole for a makeable putt.

#7 – This Par 3 will play 159 yards from the regular tees that has no sand bunkers and a green with subtle slope from back to front. This hole does have numerous grass swales that guard the front of the green and will make it difficult to run the ball up. Make sure you take enough club as chipping from these grass swales could be challenging.

#8 – This 387-yard Par 4 could surely put a lump in any player’s throat. Water guards the entire hole to the right with one HUGE fairway bunker strategically placed on the left in the landing area. The player should consider using a shorter club for accuracy because being in the fairway is a must. A good tee shot would leave a short iron into a green that is heavily guarded by four bunkers. The back-right hole location may be additionally challenging, as the player must carry their second shot over water and sand to get the ball close.

#9 – The front nine finishes up with a 433-yard dogleg left Par 4 that looks benign – but isn’t. The tee shot sets up beautifully with a bunker at the end of the fairway as a perfect target. In addition, a 3 pot bunkers and a water hazard stretch down the left side of the landing area, sure to grab an over aggressive drive. The prudent play is to the right center of the fairway leaving a mid to short iron back over water which cuts in front of the green. The player must not only deal with clearing the water but must also confront a large bunker that wraps around the green short and left. Notably, the green has four levels and is easily the most sloped on the course. The player must put the ball on the proper plateau to have a make-able putt. Watch your speed; three putts are not out of the question.

#10 – The back 9 gets off to simple start with a short Par 4 and a wide fairway. The perfect line off of the tee is the 24-story, Rosen Centre Hotel. The player is challenged to carry two grass bunkers with the tee shot that frame the fairway. A good tee shot will leave a short iron into a deep but narrow green. You better score well on this hole, because the course is about to get much tougher.

#11 – This Par 4 can play as long as 418 yards from the back tee. The tee shot is guarded by three large fairway bunkers to the right, and trees on the left. A tee shot in the fairway is a must, to hit this shallow and wide green, which is nestled between 4 bunkers. In addition, a pond guards the green – short and left.

#12 – From the back tees this Par 5 is 599 yards with a waterway running down the left of the hole from the landing area past the green. The fairway is wide but the water left is daunting. Tiger Woods would have a hard time hitting this green in two, so a lay up shot will be required by most players. The lay up area is about 100 yards short of the green and is framed by two large bunkers on the left. The green runs away from the player left to right and is guarded by a cavernous bunker. You won’t be able to run this one up!

#13 – This slight dogleg left Par 4 has no bunkers, BUT the tee shot demands accuracy as the fairway has waterways both left and right. The second shot will be played most days with a middle iron as the hole can stretch to 400 yards from the Tour tees. A quality iron shot is required as steeply sloped grass bunkers surround the green. If the player can hit the green he will be rewarded with a reasonable birdie putt on a relatively flat green.

#14 – You’re heart will be thumping as this is the most eye-opening tee shot of the day. Eleven fairway bunkers stare you in the face on the tee at this 448-yard Par 4. These bunkers are deceiving as they are intimidating but are easily carried with a solid strike and the fairway width is extremely generous. A good tee shot will leave a middle iron for most players into a large green guarded by six deep-faced bunkers and a canal to the right.

#15 – The first par 3 on the course can play up to 197 yards and plays downhill to a very wide and deep green that may have numerous hole locations. There is a canal that guards the green short and a lake over the green may catch the player who takes too much club. Bailout to the right if you are lacking confidence!

#16 – This slight dogleg right Par 5 will play less than 500 yards from all tees and offers the best chance for a birdie on the back 9. The fairway is protected by a lake on the right but is nearly 45 yards wide. This hole offers even the most novice of players the opportunity for an eagle putt as the approach allows ample space for the ball to run onto the two-tiered green. Our finish is very difficult so take advantage of this one!

#17 – This beautiful Par 3 can range from 220 to 137 yards. The view of the Resort behind the green frames the hole brilliantly as Mr. Harman has guarded this putting surface with a large bunker long, in addition to more sand and a water hazard on the right. The green is sloped from the back right to the front left, and favors a fade, as the bailout area is short and left. What a view!

#18 – Playing 443 yards from the back tee this dogleg right Par 4 demands accuracy off the tee for a good angle into the green. The fairway width is generous but is protected by three large bunkers that will make the approach shot difficult as the green is long and narrow. A good tee shot should leave a mid iron into the green although an approach left or long will find sand or water. An approach shot short or right will find a large bunker and create a challenging up and down. Accuracy is a must on this hole.

Pour plus d'informations, veuillez contacter: Marie Deatrick
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Rosen Shingle Creek-à la source de Everglades de Floride, dans la tradition des hôtels légendaires de la Floride

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Avec 462 000 sq. Ft. Espace de réunion et de manifestation, y compris un des plus grands de bal sans colonnes de la nation à 95 000 sq. Ft., Rosen Shingle Creek a émergé comme une nouvelle race de congrès et de loisirs hôtel à Orlando.

Enraciné dans le grand style de propriétés en Floride légendaires, mais avec une foule de vingt et unième siècle touches, cet hôtel remarquable est considéré comme le joyau de la couronne de l'industrie de l'hospitalité de la Floride centrale. Dans une région connue pour congrès et de loisirs hôtels d'exception, ce nouvel ajout, avec son architecture renaissance espagnole, 1500 chambres et vaste gamme de caractéristiques et de commodités dynamiques, est vraiment unique en son genre.

Se élevant majestueusement d'une parcelle de 230 acres de terrain, bénéficiant d'un paysage de la Floride par excellence, le AAA Four Diamond Rosen Shingle Creek a été calquée sur les hôtels majestueux du passé, les hôtels qui imbus l'élégance décontractée et la grâce de la Floride dans les premières années.

"La première fois que je ai envisagé l'Rosen Shingle Creek, je ai mis mes sites haute», a expliqué Harris Rosen, Président et COO de Rosen Hotels & amp; Resorts. «Je ai étudié les hôtels que je avais toujours admiré. Je ai examiné les hôtels de renom, avec leurs histoires colorées, réputation enviable et des noms familiers. Je ai décidé que mon prochain hôtel, cet hôtel, doit être de ce calibre. Pourtant, étonnamment, le Rosen Shingle Creek a effectivement dépassé mes attentes. "

Ouvert le 9 septembre 2006, le Rosen Shingle Creek est la plus grande propriété détenue et exploitée par Rosen Hotels & amp; Resorts-la plus grande société indépendante hôtel en Floride, avec un portefeuille de sept hôtels à Orlando, les stations balnéaires et terrains de golf.

Authentiquement FLORIDE - intérieur et extérieur.

Situé le long de Shingle Creek, les sources de la légendaire Everglades en Floride, cet hôtel est entouré de charmantes flore, la faune et la faune, dont une grande partie a été conservée pour créer un décor de rêve pour cette magnifique propriété. En fait, l'harmonie avec l'environnement est une idée qui représente vivement tous les aspects de Rosen Shingle Creek, de sa conception et de l'architecture aux options de loisirs divers.

Les intérieurs de l'hôtel disposent de grandes baies vitrées qui offrent une vue clients arrivant dans un jardin tropical avec des plantes tropicales exotiques. Les meubles sont à la fois riche et relaxant, conçu avec des bois chauds, des tissus doux, fluides et une palette d'or, la cannelle et aqua, évoquant légendaire soleil, le ciel et les eaux de la Floride. En substance, l'intérieur de l'hôtel est tout simplement le reflet de l'extérieur, où les clients peuvent se plonger dans ces mêmes authentique Floride attributs à travers une gamme d'activités inspirées de la nature.

Built For Nos clients. Rendant hommage aux colons d'hier.
Alors que de nombreux visiteurs Floride centrale se concentrent uniquement sur les options de divertissement du XXIe siècle de la région, cette région est riche en histoire.

Aujourd'hui, malheureusement, il ya quelques vestiges de ces premiers établissements, mais l'emplacement est idéal pour les personnes influentes de l'ère moderne. Dix minutes de l'aéroport international d'Orlando et à proximité des attractions locales comme le Collège Rosen of Hospitality Management / UCF, Sea World et Universal Orlando, Rosen Shingle Creek sera également le plus proche convention hôtel à service complet à l'Orange County Convention Center (OCCC ), qui est juste un mile away.

Événements mémorables, AFFAIRES exquise, captivante conventions.

En plus de son emplacement idéal, Rosen Shingle Creek offre amplement d'espace fonction / événement - jusqu'à 462 000 pieds carrés -.. Et des services de réunion sophistiqués conçus pour l'exécution de l'événement exceptionnel. Ce jeune hôtel est déjà en train de devenir un paradis pour les planificateurs de réunions et les organisateurs de congrès.

Spacieux est un euphémisme

Entrer dans les zones de congrès, réunions et événements clients rassembler sous une rotonde monumentale avec un plafond de 72 pieds. De là, ils seront très probablement faire leur chemin vers l'une des trois salles de bal séparés, idéal pour les grands événements et des expositions.

  • La salle de bal Gatlin, à 95 000 sq. Ft., Est une des plus grandes salles de bal libres de colonne aux États-Unis.
  • Le Sebastian Ballroom est également assez impressionnant avec 60 000 sq. Ft. De l'espace.
  • Le Panzacola Ballroom fournit 40 000 sq. Ft. De l'espace exquis.

Chaque salle de bal est libre colonne et dispose flambée des plafonds dégagée 31 pieds.

En outre, Rosen Shingle Creek propose 55 000 sq. Ft. De l'espace d'évasion flexible, y compris la salle de conférence 1 250 pieds carrés, et jusqu'à 35 chambres supplémentaires 850-4400 sq. Ft.

Superbe services complètent l'espace Superbe

Tandis que l'espace de réunion est essentiel, ce sont des services répondant à élever une affaire ordinaire à l'extraordinaire.

"En cette journée et l'âge, le confort des clients est d'environ plus de lits de luxe et des draps doux - si nous avons certainement ceux qui," dit Leslie Menichini, vice-président des ventes et du marketing. "Beaucoup de voyageurs ont maintenant besoin de savoir qu'ils peuvent rester en contact avec leur famille et travail sur la route, donc nous voulons faire ce aussi facile que possible."


Rosen Shingle Creek rend aussi facile pour les clients de trouver le bon hébergement pour leurs besoins et votre budget. Cet hôtel à service complet offre 1500 chambres et suites, dont 106 suites Parlor, 30 suites Hospitality et trois somptueux présidentielles suites Parlor.

Naturellement, tous les logements comprennent un niveau de services digne d'un hôtel Rosen, telles que un mini-réfrigérateur, sèche-cheveux, miroir de maquillage, une cafetière, un coffre-fort dans la chambre et service de films.

Tandis que les intérieurs ont été conçus avec chaque détail compte, les logements de Rosen Shingle Creek ont ​​une fonction qui est au-delà de comparer. Capitalisant sur l'élévation de l'hôtel, chaque chambre offre une vue imprenable sur le golf ou prestations de l'hôtel a à offrir, y compris incomparables environs-de de la région les fairways parfaitement entretenus et les verts à la crique vierge, magnifiques cyprès et luxuriante naturelle végétation. Pour les vacanciers ou réunions clients, il est difficile d'imaginer une meilleure façon de commencer la journée qu'avec la vue de ces chambres.

Les photographies de ROSEN VICE-PRÉSIDENT présentés tout au long.

Référence à la beauté naturelle de la région se trouve dans presque tous les aspects de l'hôtel, y compris l'œuvre d'art personnalisée qui ornent les murs.

«Je suis un photographe autodidacte qui a toujours eu une fascination pour la nature," a expliqué Toohey. «Je prends généralement photos dans mon temps libre et, en plus de la prise de vue famille et les amis, tendance à se concentrer sur des gros plans de la nature, des plantes et des fleurs. La zone Shingle Creek m'a donné l'occasion d'explorer ces milieux naturels uniques. Je suis vraiment très flatté, et fier, que l'équipe aimait assez mes photos pour les figurer dans l'hôtel. »Les œuvres de la nature de Toohey sont également suspendus dans les aires communes de l'hôtel.

Les activités abondent-DE GOLF ET SPA à pied démodé BONNE ET OBSERVATION DES OISEAUX.

Comme tout autre aspect de Rosen Shingle Creek, les activités sur et autour de l'hôtel sont naturellement passionnant.

Shingle Creek Golf Club

Le premier endroit où la plupart des invités seront impatients de découvrir est le David Harman-conçu, championnat de 18 trous par 72 parcours de golf primé.

Pour les joueurs qui préfèrent perfectionner leurs sautes avant de se aventurer à jouer, les leçons et de coaching pour tous les niveaux est disponible sur le site sur Brad Brewer Golf Academy. Brewer est toujours nommé par Golf Magazine comme «l'un des 100 meilleurs instructeurs." Programmes du Groupe, les remises et les heures de départ préféré peut également être organisé pour les clients de l'hôtel et les congressistes.

Le Spa Apaisant à Shingle Creek

Pour une retraite plus rajeunissant, il ya le service complet, 13000 Spa carré de pied à Shingle Creek, avec neuf salles de soins et un menu étonnant de services apaisantes, ainsi que l'état-of-the-art centre de remise en forme.

Le Spa de Creekside les traitements de signature de Shingle Creek tirer sur les vertus réparatrices de la faune indigènes de la région et sont le reflet des racines de la Floride de Rosen Shingle Creek, incorporant senteurs d'agrumes et de cèdre.

Comme le reste de Rosen Shingle Creek, l'architecture et le design intérieur du Spa à Shingle Creek a été développé en harmonie avec l'environnement naturel, incorporant sombre bois et une palette de tons de terre riches qui sont le reflet de la végétation luxuriante et même Shingle Creek lui-même, sources des Everglades en Floride.

Également disponible est un Centre état de l'art de remise en forme avec des équipements cardiovasculaires et de poids libres.

Activités d'aventure

Les clients souhaitant pour les loisirs d'un autre genre auront une myriade de solutions à choisir. amoureux de la nature voudront probablement se aventurer et de se plonger dans les fantastiques environnement de la Floride. Robustes offres d'éco-tourisme de l'hôtel comprennent sentiers pour la randonnée, la marche et l'observation des oiseaux, plus la pêche tous contre la magnifique toile de fond au large de la légendaire Shingle Creek.

Plus amusant en plein air a lieu sur nos courts de tennis éclairés, deux de volley-ball de sable et piscines, dont une piscine, piscine familiale, pataugeoire pour enfants et adultes piscine calme. Plusieurs bains à remous sont également disponibles.

Ceux qui désirent quelque chose de plus décontracté et à l'intérieur se déplacera à notre high-tech salle de jeux vidéo mettant en vedette les derniers jeux-ouverts tard dans la nuit pour les joueurs sérieux arcade.

SALLE - porterhouses, pâtes et cheeseburgers de la piscine.

Aucun hôtel de ce calibre ne serait complète sans une incroyable sélection de restaurants. Rosen Shingle Creek ne fait pas exception. De la fine cuisine au bord de la piscine fringale, chaque plat est sûr d'enchanter.

Deux restaurants gastronomiques ont été développés pour répondre à deux goûts décidément différents.

Les clients à la recherche d'une expérience culinaire plus décontractée doivent seulement la tête sur Osceola Café & amp;

Pour les clients qui cherchent à étancher leur soif, Rosen Shingle Creek offre plusieurs choix.

"A la fin de la journée, ce est tout sur le service," Harris Rosen expliqué. "Nous avons intégré tout le confort et la commodité que nous pourrions penser, mais si un seul invité pense quelque chose qui manque, notre équipe se déplacer des montagnes pour satisfaire les besoins de ce client. Ce est la marque réelle d'une propriété Rosen ".

L'homme derrière le HÔTEL.

Alors que Rosen Shingle Creek peut être couronnement de Harris Rosen en termes de sa carrière de l'hospitalité, il est devenu célèbre autant pour sa philanthropie et de bonne volonté que ses chambres et spas.

Rosen, un diplômé 1961 de l'École d'Administration Hôtel à l'Université Cornell a gravi les échelons de l'industrie de l'hospitalité, de travailler le long du chemin dans la haute direction de l'Hôtel Hilton Corporation et la Société Disney en Californie avant de venir au centre de la Floride pour démarrer sa propre entreprise. En arrivant dans la région d'Orlando, Rosen presque immédiatement commencé à mettre racines.

Alors que de plus en plus de 256 chambres à plus de 6300 chambres, l'entreprise qui porte son nom est resté, résolument, un porte-étendard de service, reflétant l'influence des premières positions de Rosen à de telles propriétés estimés comme le Waldorf Astoria à New York City.

Tout au long de sa carrière, Rosen a cru que son rôle ne est pas seulement de faire des affaires dans la communauté, mais à y investir. À cette fin, 1993 a été une année charnière; car ce était l'année où il a commencé le Programme pilote Tangelo Park.

"Mon engagement était que tous les deux, trois et quatre ans, serait en mesure d'aller à l'école maternelle sans frais pour leurs parents», explique Rosen, »et que pour chaque jeune qui a été accepté à un collège public dans l'état de Floride, nous aurions ses frais de scolarité, hébergement, nourriture, livres, et Voyage payer ».

Depuis sa création, le programme Tangelo Parc a fourni plus de 200 bourses d'études collégiales, et les taux de décrochage scolaire est passé de 25% en 1993 à 6% en 2004. Rosen a également fait don de plus de 22 millions de dollars à l'Université de la Floride centrale pour la création d'une école de classe mondiale de gestion de l'hospitalité et de se impliquer dans de tels projets aussi divers que «L'eau pour Haïti» et «Le Programme Statue Bronze» à Bethune-Cookman Collège. Après quatre distingués décennies dans l'industrie de l'hospitalité, Harris Rosen ne est plus simplement un hôtelier; il est, en fait, un modèle de rôle.

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De Bovins Barons de congressistes: Rosen Shingle Creek Champions Histoire de la zone tout en répondant aux clients d'aujourd'hui

Dossier de presse

Upon visiting the new AAA Four Diamond Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, most guests first find themselves entranced by a magnificent hotel with an astonishing 462,000 sq. ft. of meeting/event space. They are amazed by the hotel’s exceptional array of high-end amenities, including a luxurious 13,000-square-foot Spa at Shingle Creek and the award-winning Shingle Creek Golf Club. But those who look a little deeper will discover something even more intriguing. They will discover the hotel’s roots—a tribute to the glory days of the Florida frontier, an homage to the area’s spectacular natural landscape, and even a reference to the golden age of luxury hotels in Florida.

The Importance of The Creek. The History of Its Name.

Rosen Shingle Creek rises majestically from a spectacular 230-acre parcel of land, boasting a quintessential Florida landscape. It is this land that, literally and figuratively, provides the foundation for the hotel.

Harris Rosen, founder and president of the award-winning Rosen Hotels & Resorts, elaborates, “It all started in about 2000, when I began to seriously consider developing a new hotel property. We investigated a number of sites in Central Florida and finally honed in on one. What we liked most about this particular spot was its location and the fact that it was a lovely wooded site with many trees—pines and oaks—and wildlife.” Rosen says that he fell in love with the site instantly and decided on the spot to purchase it, but it would be several days before he could take a closer look at the land he had acquired.

“A few days after the purchase,” Rosen continues, “I took a helicopter flight over the site and viewed it from a different perspective. In the air, I discovered a little stream meandering through the property on the eastern most border heading due south. I asked the helicopter pilot if he knew anything about this little stream and he said, no. When we landed, I began to make inquiries about the little waterway and discovered, much to my surprise, that it was actually Shingle Creek, the very headwaters to Florida’s famous Everglades.”

Soon, Rosen discovered more about the history of the region. He learned that, long before businessmen and vacationers began venturing to this area, the land surrounding Shingle Creek was home to the Seminole Indians before being claimed by settlers in the early 1820s. In fact, it was this group of hearty pioneers who discovered that the area’s abundant cypress trees were not only beautiful, but also useful in the construction of their new homesteads. These settlers harvested the trees for building material and transported them down the creek to be used primarily as roof shingles. That, of course, is how they came to call the pristine waterway, “Shingle Creek.”

A Growing Community—In the Late 1800s.

The first settlement in the region emerged just east of the creek, adjacent to a military trail that served as the first travel route between present day Sanford and Tampa. At first, the settlement, also called Shingle Creek, was home only to the sawmill where the shingles were made. But growth was inevitable. The first trading post was built at a low water crossing point just steps away from where Rosen Shingle Creek sits today, and, over the course the next few decades, a thriving community emerged with active commerce along the lush, cypress-lined banks. When the Shingle Creek settlement peaked in the early 1900s, it included a train depot and general store, as well as the first church and post office in Osceola County.

Anxious to learn more about the harsh life of Central Florida’s early pioneers, Rosen picked up Patrick D. Smith’s novel, A Land Remembered. The book made a deep impression on Rosen.

“So precious is Patrick’s book,” Rosen says, “that we have dedicated our entire Shingle Creek Hotel to it.” In fact, the novel, which tells the story of how, over the course of three generations, the MacIvey family lifts itself from dirt-poor Crackers to wealthy real estate tycoons, can be read as a striking parallel to the life of Rosen himself, who emerged from a childhood in the poor lower east side of New York City to become the successful hotelier that he is today. Rosen Shingle Creek’s signature restaurant “A Land Remembered” is named after the novel, and Rosen dreams of one day forging a 140-mile wilderness trail from the creek all the way south to Lake Okeechobee. “And,” Rosen says, “we shall name it The Patrick D. Smith Trail, in honor of the author of the most wonderful book, “A Land Remembered.”

Renaissance of A Region.

In addition to memorializing the region’s rich history and hearty pioneers, Rosen was committed to showcasing the area’s natural beauty, as well.

When he first purchased the 250 acres of land along the Shingle Creek, Rosen marveled at the abundant native flowers and plants, and he envisioned making these natural wonders a focal point of the hotel inside and out. Rich with dense oaks, towering pines and majestic cypress trees, this site, Rosen felt, captured the essence of Florida’s natural magnificence. After donating 20 acres to the University of Central Florida for the Rosen College of Hospitality Management, Rosen committed to emphasizing the natural beauty of the area everywhere possible.

All along the property, guests can walk amongst native plants and vegetation, including lady palms, bamboo, pygmy date palms and more. Inside, the guest rooms are decorated with original framed photographs that depict the meadows, streams and flowers of the Shingle Creek area. These breathtaking images, which capture a wide array of species including Pink Irises, Crown of Thorns and Air Plants, were captured by Garritt Toohey, who at the time was Vice President of Rosen Hotels. (Toohey has since retired.)

Rosen Shingle Creek’s ballrooms and meeting spaces further reflect the importance of Florida’s natural wonders in the concept of the hotel. Each room honors the state’s magnificent lakes, rivers and landmarks with names like Wekiwa, St. Johns, Suwannee, Butler and Sebastian./p>

Today, more than a century after the original settlement was established around Shingle Creek, this remarkable waterway and the vibrant region that surrounds it are again the epicenter of an enthralling community.

“I wanted to create an enduring legacy with this hotel,” Rosen explained. “A legacy not just to me or this company, but to the Florida I know and love, to the original pioneers who believed in the potential of this area and were true survivors. Rosen Shingle Creek embodies the spirit of the real, authentic Florida in every regard.”

For more information about Rosen Shingle Creek, call (866) 996-6338 or visit

Rosen Hotels & Resorts currently owns and operates seven properties in the Orlando market. Numerous hospitality-industry awards, employee longevity and a reputation for quality have fueled the growth of Rosen Hotels & Resorts over the past 34 years. For more information about Rosen Hotels & Resorts, visit

Rosen Shingle Creek-Au départ, c'était une vision, Il se termine par un chef-d'œuvre

Dossier de presse

Every aspect of the new AAA Four Diamond Rosen Shingle Creek—from the Mediterranean flourishes to the way the façade seems perfectly enmeshed in the tropical surroundings—was designed to offer convention and leisure guests an unparalleled experience. At Rosen Shingle Creek, every architectural detail is a reflection of the Golden Era of Florida hotels, while the hotel itself incorporates just about every modern amenity imaginable.

“My vision was to create a hotel that rivaled the legendary hotels this state is famous for,” declared Harris Rosen, founder and president of the award-winning Rosen Hotels & Hotels.

One of the most exhilarating aspects of Rosen Shingle Creek is the way the design enhances the quality of light that comes into almost all the public spaces. The sheer radiance of the interior spaces allows guests to connect with the outside environment—a rare quality among properties this large. In fact, while the convention area’s pre-function spaces are massive, some areas are enhanced with views to gardens, the golf course or if they are on the interior of the property, include large skylights to energize the guest experience.

Another striking detail is the entrance to the hotel tower, which showcases an 80-foot by 80-foot porte-cochere graced by a multi-tiered fountain. This majestic feature, a collaboration between landscape architect Paul Verlander and Helman Hurley Charvat Peacock/Architects, Inc. (HHCP), includes an exquisite pool with four large Florida sand crane sculptures spouting water into the lower pools. Equally engaging is Rosen Shingle Creek’s reception desk, behind which is a floor to ceiling glass wall that forms a looking glass into a tropical garden, a true delight for out-of-town, and especially international guests. The other end of the lobby is also an eye catcher with its massive pre-cast fireplace and seating area.

The hotel also includes a secondary transportation lobby adjacent to the monumental “Rotunda,” which serves as a reference point for guests coming from the hotel tower to the grand ballrooms. This stunning space, with its wood-clad multi-tiered ceilings, soars over 70 feet in height incorporating layers of clearstory windows.

These extraordinary design ideas—playing up the natural light, utilizing dramatic design features to enhance the welcome experience—did not come about serendipitously.

Rosen Hotels & Resorts has had a long running relationship with Maitland, Florida-based HHCP Architects. These two prominent Central Florida entities have collaborated on four other projects, including three major hotel hotels. And the results have been consistently exceptional.

Tom Hurley, one of the original partners of the 31-year old award-winning architecture firm was the lead designer on Rosen Shingle Creek and proclaimed that “every project we have worked on with Rosen has been a terrific experience. But this one, in particular, we knew had the potential to transcend anything we had done together before.”

Because of the incredible scope of this project, Rosen turned to another trusted partner for the contracting and construction—Welbro Building Corporation. Headquartered in Maitland, Florida, Welbro has been a major player in the Florida construction market for over 27 years and is especially experienced in the hotel/hospitality markets. They are consistently ranked among the nation’s top contractors by Engineering News Record.

The team understood early on the scale of the project on which they were working. In fact, the project was launched with a comprehensive tour around the state, studying and exploring some of the grand hotels of Florida. Hurley explained. “It was the start of an intensely collaborative process that got the entire team—Rosen, HHCP, two interior design teams—Wm. B. Dodson, Inc. and Kristine Gregonis Associates, Inc. and Welbro Construction—started on the same page. We went to Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and the northeast part of the state. We even created scrapbooks of each of the properties we visited.”

That trip gave the team the opportunity to really delve into what they envisioned for this new project. Rosen’s idea was a Mediterranean theme, “an Italian revival with Moorish overtones,” Hurley said. “So, we took that idea and challenged ourselves to make it as great as it could be.”

“When I first envisioned the Rosen Shingle Creek, I set my sights high,” explained Rosen. “I studied the hotels that I had always admired. I examined the renowned hotels, with their colorful histories, enviable reputations and household names. And I decided that my next hotel, this hotel, must be of that caliber.”

Upon returning to Central Florida, the team conducted studies on four different sites before settling on the Shingle Creek property. But once this particular site became available, Rosen knew that it was ideal. The history and geography of the land melded perfectly with his idea of paying tribute to Florida’s colorful past.

“What we liked most about this particular spot,” Rosen elaborated, “was its location and the fact that it was a lovely wooded site with many trees—pines and oaks—and wildlife. I decided on the spot to purchase this land.”

“A few days later,” Rosen continued, “I took a helicopter flight over the site and viewed it from a different perspective. In the air, I discovered a little stream meandering through the property on the eastern most border heading due south. I asked the helicopter pilot if he knew anything about this little stream and he said, no. When we landed, I began to make inquiries and discovered, much to my surprise, that it was actually Shingle Creek, the very headwaters to Florida’s famous Everglades. I knew then, that Shingle Creek would be the name of our new hotel.”

Hurley agreed that the site would be ideal. But he also knew there would be challenges ahead. “Rosen’s goal was a 1,500-room hotel, but he wanted to be sure that it felt warm and intimate—not an easy task with such a large property. We could have easily put up a 30-story tower, but that wasn’t what he wanted. Essentially, we had to create something expansive that didn’t feel big.”

Rosen himself issued numerous challenges to the design team. He initiated the discussion of creating a massive column-free ballroom. The challenge pushed the design team to think beyond the ordinary and pushed building technology, too. The resulting 95,000 square foot Gatlin Ballroom is one of the largest column-free ballrooms in the United States.

Rosen Shingle Creek also includes three signature meeting rooms that offer guests access to a large exterior lawn area to be used for special events. One of these meeting rooms even features an upper balcony to be used for pre-function cocktail events so guests can then descend a monumental staircase to the banquet below.

“This is the third (here’s where we say third and wondered about the number) major convention hotel we’ve designed with Rosen, so obviously there’s a strong relationship there,” Hurley said. “Rosen respects our abilities, and between our organization and theirs, we have a healthy give and take of ideas and suggestions. But the biggest thing, from my standpoint, is that those guys really know what they’re doing. We’ve worked on hotels all over the world, and believe me, Rosen is the best in the business.”

Rosen feels similarly about working with HHCP, “First of all, these guys are world-class architects, experienced, knowledgeable and full of great ideas. But what I enjoy most about working with HHCP is that they know how to listen, they understand what we’re looking for, and they know how to present their ideas. Better yet, they know how to take our ideas and make them better. Much better. ”

Hurley commented that one thing that made the process unique for his team was how Rosen allowed various members of the hotel staff to get involved—and not just at the executive level. Rosen brought in representatives from the valet department to share their ideas and expertise to make the parking situation run more smoothly. He solicited input from representatives of the housekeeping department to discuss how to best manage moving laundry through the elevators to the laundry room. Food service, baggage and other departments were invited into the process in a similar manner. As a result, Rosen Shingle Creek is not just aesthetically pleasing, but it operates incredibly efficiently, too. Consequently, the staff is as comfortable as the guests./p>

“I think what amazes me the most,” Hurley concluded, “is how close the finished Rosen Shingle Creek is to the original concept drawings. The character has truly stayed the same.”

Rosen himself echoes the sentiment, “I know that I set my sights high when I first envisioned this hotel. But what I never could have envisioned is that the final product would actually exceed my expectations. I’ve never been as proud of a commercial project as I am of Shingle Creek.”

While Rosen Shingle Creek continues to rack up rave reviews, its success can easily be traced back to one thing—the collaborative process. As Hurley and Rosen both acknowledge, this accomplishment is a reflection of all the members of the team coming to the table with a shared vision and common values and being led by one of the foremost hospitality teams in the world.

Rosen Hotels & Resorts currently owns and operates seven properties in the Orlando market. The growth of Rosen Hotels & Resorts over the past 38 years has been fueled by numerous hospitality-industry awards, employee longevity and a reputation for quality. For more information about Rosen Hotels & Resorts, visit

An innovator in architecture since 1975, Helman Hurley Charvat Peacock/Architects, Inc. (HHCP) delivers award-winning, imaginative designs and exceptional services for clients around the world. With a talented, diverse staff of more than 80 architects, planners and support personnel based in Orlando and Beijing, China, HHCP offers clients a unique breadth and depth of expertise through its diverse practice areas. For more information about HHCP, visit

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Spacieuses Rosen Shingle Creek Chambres Mélange de luxe et de charme tôt Floride

Dossier de presse

Memories of Florida’s grand hotels featuring turn-of-the-century splendor spring to life with the unveiling of spacious new guest rooms at the new AAA Four Diamond Rosen Shingle Creek. The lush backdrop of early 1900s Florida, with its natural charms and Spanish-revival flavor, sets the tone for the elegant, functional guest rooms and suites, in their jewel-tone colors.

Designed by W. M. Dodson, Inc., with comfort and luxury in mind, the oversized guest rooms at 436 gross square feet are among the largest in Central Florida. Each accommodation provides an inviting escape with plush Creek Sleeper beds, warm chestnut furniture, soothing deep cinnamon, gold and aqua fabrics and custom art of the area’s lush, natural surroundings. 32-inch flat screen TVs, high-speed Internet access and other high-tech conveniences complete each room’s tuned-in-yet-relaxed ambiance.

“We wanted our guest rooms to be warm, inviting and comfortable,” says Leslie Menichini, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Rosen Hotels & Resorts Convention Properties. “While every state-of-the-art amenity is provided, each room’s theme evokes the irresistible aura of a traditional, old-Florida hotel.”

The full-service convention hotel offers 1,500 guest rooms and suites, including 106 parlor suites, 30 hospitality suites and three sumptuous presidential suites. Firm but plush Creek Sleeper beds available in all guest rooms are classic super-pillow top style dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets, faux down blankets and warm cinnamon and gold decorative bed scarves, skirts and pillows. Crown molding, carved and burnished chestnut headboards and dressers add further warmth to each room.

In each guest room, original framed photographs in a canvas giclee (an ancient process used to give canvasses depth) by Rosen Hotels & Resorts Vice President and photo hobbyist Garritt Toohey provide a window on the world of meadows, streams, flora, fauna and other natural treasures of frontier Florida. Toohey’s nature works also are hung in common areas throughout the hotel, reflecting the lush, oak-and-pine-studded Shingle Creek waterway that serves as headwaters to the Florida Everglades and its treeline may be viewed from the guest hotel windows.

A stylish alabaster three-way dresser lamp provides soft nightlight illumination from its carved translucent base; nightstand lamps are antique gold with crystal accents and hand-sewn silk shades, and both nightstand and desk lamps come equipped with handy electrical outlets in each lamp’s base. Additional guest room features include an overstuffed lounge chair in custom medallion fabric of aqua and subtle gold, and rich wall-to-floor draperies in gold and aqua, with a Kingston valance trimmed with cinnamon fringe, with soft gold custom sheer to reflect the room’s overall color scheme. The fabric designer used a historic palm pattern from the early 1900’s from South Florida on the sheers. The ceiling is painted a soft aqua to provide a unique and calming atmosphere.

Conveniences like 32-inch flat screen TVs, which include connectivity panels for laptop, iPod, and other devices, take guest room technology to the ultimate level. The TVs feature NXTV technology offering each guest access to make restaurant reservations or schedule a spa appointment or tee time, as well as access to the Internet to view meeting schedules. The NXTV technology also allows the guest to use broadcast messaging (if attending a convention) and access an email address issued to them during their stay.

The email address allows those without remote email access or a laptop computer the ability to send and receive email through their guest room TV set and its wireless keyboard. In addition, each guestroom features two phones featuring individual speed dial numbers, its own directory and mass voice messaging.

Each guest bath is fitted with custom chestnut vanity, granite countertops. Chic curved shower rods offer a roomier bathing and shower area and towel bars in bronze finish accent the luxury bath, which also features soft gold, aqua and cinnamon tones.

“Form meets function in a dramatic new way in these distinctive guest rooms and suites,” says a designer with W. M. Dodson, Inc. “We’ve stayed true to the Spanish-revival splendor of early Florida while incorporating the hottest technology and style trends sure to pack a ‘wow’ with our guests.”

Groups up to 7,600 can enjoy one of the largest full-service convention hotels in Central Florida at Rosen Shingle Creek. The hotel’s 462,000 square feet of dedicated, state-of-the-art meeting/event space includes a 95,000-square-foot column-free ballroom. Amenities include the 13,000-square-foot Spa at Shingle Creek with nine treatment rooms and a state-of-the-art Fitness Center, twelve restaurant and lounging options, four outdoor swimming pools, two lighted tennis courts, basketball, nature trails, fishing, volleyball and more.

Golfers can tee off at the hotel’s David Harman-designed, 18-hole, par 72 (7,228-yard) championship golf course opened in December 2003 and ranked one of the “Top 40 Best New Courses in the U.S.” by Golfweek Magazine.

Located on 230 acres within minutes of Orlando International Airport and area attractions, the hotel is the newest addition to the Rosen Hotels & Resorts group, which owns and operates six additional award-winning properties in the Orlando destination market. For more information about Rosen Shingle Creek, please visit or call 866-996-9939.

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Le Spa de Shingle Creek - Inspiré par les Floridiens autochtones, revigorant pour les visiteurs aujourd'hui

Dossier de presse

From its architecture to its cuisine, Florida’s unique personality bears the unmistakable influence of the Spanish and Native American people who have called this popular peninsula home. Likewise, the AAA Four Diamond Rosen Shingle Creek draws inspiration from and pays homage to these original Floridians, especially in the signature style and services of the 13,000 sq. ft, nine-room Spa at Shingle Creek and Fitness Center.

The Spa at Shingle Creek has been developed not just as an amenity for leisure and business guests at the 1,500-room hotel. It is a destination unto itself, a one-of-a-kind spa experience rooted in the area’s rich history, the surrounding landscape and the traditions of Florida’s indigenous people. Like the rest of Rosen Shingle Creek, the architecture and interior design of The Spa at Shingle Creek was developed in harmony with the natural surroundings, incorporating dark woods and a palette of rich earth tones that are a reflection of the lush vegetation and even Shingle Creek itself, headwaters of the Florida Everglades.

While searching to develop The Spa at Shingle Creek’s unique personality, Rosen Shingle Creek’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing Leslie Menichini immersed herself in the history of Florida’s Native American people. What she discovered was that the cultures of the Spanish and Native Americans were greatly intertwined in Central Florida and throughout the state.

By the late 1600s, the Spanish had set up a chain of missions extending westward past Tallahassee, where the Apalachee Indians were settled. While the native groups died out fairly quickly after the arrival of the Spanish, many of their traditions lived on, and a few of their names were passed on through oral tradition and eventually written down. In an effort to honor these early Floridians, the hotel decided to name the spa’s nine treatment rooms after the Native Americans. Today, those rooms are called Sabacola, Sawokli, Tawasa, Chatot, Timucuan, Apalachee, Seminole, Cherokee and Tocobaqo. These names are Native American tribal names or titles of important chiefs or village leaders.

The hotel found this research so inspiring that he even encouraged his team to develop treatments and services that reflected Central Florida’s Native American History. Two of those services are the Ocoee Body Mask and the Calusa Cocoon. “Ocoee,” Menichini says, “is Cherokee meaning ‘place where the passion flower is found,’ and we thought was an ideal name for a rejuvenating spa treatment.”

The Calusa Indians were often referred to as The Shell People and utilized shells as tools, weapons, art, and jewelry, and also incorporated algae, seaweeds and oils from the sea into tribal ceremonies believing in their healing properties. That was the inspiration for developing the Calusa Cocoon, a relaxing and hydrating body treatment incorporates restorative oils, a warm body wrap and hydrating mini-facial.

The Spa at Shingle Creek’s signature treatments draw on the restorative powers of the area’s indigenous fauna and are reflective of Rosen Shingle Creek’s Florida roots, incorporating citrus and cedar scents in the signature salt scrub, body lotion, body butter and body spritz, while indulging guests in the warm, woodsy feel of nearby Shingle Creek. In fact, these same cedar and citrus scents are also found in Rosen ShingleCreek’s in-room amenities including shampoos, conditioners, lotions and body wash. The Spa at Shingle Creek’s signature treatments include:

  • The Creekside Citrus and Cedar Body Revitalizer—A purifying cleanser, a stimulating exfoliation, and energizing moisture treatment that soothes and softens the skin. This full body treatment leaves the skin luminous, supple, and revitalized.
  • The Creekside Citrus and Cedar Body Revitalizer—A purifying cleanser, a stimulating exfoliation, and energizing moisture treatment that soothes and softens the skin. This full body treatment leaves the skin luminous, supple, and revitalized.
  • The Creekside Citrus and Cedar Fitness Facial™—This high-performance treatment, exclusive to The Spa, utilizes botanical and aromatherapy-based products. Each facial is customized, leaving guests looking and feeling fantastic.
  • The Creekside Citrus and Cedar Manicure—This deluxe treatment includes an exfoliation that leaves hands soft and smooth, but also invigorated.
  • The Creekside Citrus and Cedar Pedicure–This treatment utilizes energizing oil, salts with mineral and essential oils, followed by a massage with hydrating body butter and a light mist for additional moisture and refreshment.

Menichini describes The Spa at Shingle Creek at Shingle Creek as an oasis. “The warm atmosphere and personal attention,” he says, “transport guests into a calm, relaxed state. There is a transformation that takes place here. Stress is relieved and inner beauty comes to the surface.”

In addition to the signature treatments, The Spa at Shingle Creek offers an eclectic and enticing menu of services that range from the sublime to the exotic. Guests can even choose from eleven distinct massages, including:

  • The Native Creek Stone Massage, combining a healing human touch with hot stone therapy. Native Americans believe that the body and soul is one with the earth. Heated basalt stones are placed on the body in a pattern representing direction, color, animals, and life cycles for body balancing.
  • The Creekside Citrus and Cedar Massage, a full body and scalp massage, which incorporates White Cedar, Spruce and Lime oils to deliver an unforgettable experience.
  • Aroma Soul Massage, a luxurious treatment that combines the therapeutic benefits of touch and smell.
  • Mother-to-Be Massage

Also available to overnight or day guests is a full menu of body treatments, facials, nail care, hair and salon services, and a 3,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art Fitness Center. But Menichini is especially excited about The Spa at Shingle Creek’s many packages. “These packages are a terrific way to immerse yourself in the full spa experience,” she says. “They are a great way to sample a variety of treatments and pamper yourself from head to toe or escape for an afternoon if your spouse is in business meetings.”

Spa packages include 2-hour, 1/2 day, Full day, Signature, Girl’s Getaway, Wedding and Teen Packages. The Spa at Shingle Creek’s most popular package is the six-hour Creekside Citrus and Cedar Signature Experience, which includes a massage, facial, body revitalizer, manicure, pedicure and spa lunch. “Our wedding packages,” Menichini exclaims, “are also sure to be tremendously popular. Few things bring a wedding party together like a morning at the spa.”

Menichini says that The Spa at Shingle Creek was always envisioned as one of the hotel’s gems. “The Spa at Shingle Creek plays a vital role in the whole hotel experience,” Menichini says. “But what’s most exciting is that our spa offers services that are only available here. Like every other aspect of the hotel, our signature services, are a reflection of the history, geography and natural beauty of this part of the state. Only at Rosen Shingle Creek can a guest indulge in an Orange Blossom Facial or Cypress Salt Glow. These are one-of-a-kind experiences.”

Menichini is also quick to point out that The Spa is not just for women. There are many services specifically developed for men, whether to relieve stress, rejuvenate sore muscles after a long day of golf or simply for the pure indulgence of a great massage, facial, manicure or men’s pedicure. The Spa features Sonya Dakar products for men and women.

Looking back on the evolution of The Spa at Shingle Creek, Menichini expresses how thrilled he is with how it has evolved—from the vision she and his team shared with Harris Rosen, president and COO of Rosen Hotels & Resorts, to the reality that it is today. “The spa is far more than an amenity for guests. It will be a destination unto itself and a hit with locals, too, because of its intimate size and the personal attention that each guest receives.”

Occupying a 230-acre site along Shingle Creek, the headwaters of the Florida Everglades, the 1,500-room Rosen Shingle Creek offers 462,000 sq. ft. of meeting/event space, championship golf and an array of nature-focused activities, including hiking and seasonal fishing.

Rosen Shingle Creek is the newest addition to the Rosen Hotels & Resorts group, which currently owns and operates seven award-winning properties in the Orlando destination market. The Shingle Creek Golf Club opened for play in December 2003. For more information about the Rosen Shingle Creek, please visit or call (866) 996-9339. For information about other Rosen properties, please visit

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De la fine cuisine à Fare piscine, Hôtel de luxe bienvenus goûts divers

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Guests Find Culinary Excellence Around Every Bend At Rosen Shingle Creek

ORLANDO — While most guests are initially drawn to Rosen Shingle Creek for its luxurious appointments, its turn-of-the-century Spanish revival architecture, and Rosen Hotels’ reputation for impeccable guest service — not to mention its highly acclaimed championship golf course — the hotel’s diverse array of full-service and convenience dining options and the culinary prowess of its skilled chefs quickly turn an already incredible stay into a truly unforgettable experience.

With twelve dining and refreshment choices ranging from a fine-dining Italian bistro and a classic steakhouse to a 24-hour NY-style Market and an ice cream parlor, guests seeking a truly relaxing stay need never leave the walls of the grand facility. “At the end of the day, it’s all about service,” Harris Rosen explains. “We’ve incorporated every comfort and convenience we could think of. Whether our guests are in search of a quiet evening to enjoy a hearty cabernet and a succulent steak, a fine-dining bistro experience, or that unique signature libation, the restaurants and watering holes are sure to please.”

And, says Rosen, if by chance a guest is looking for something not offered at Rosen Shingle Creek, the staff will move mountains to satisfy that guest’s needs — the real mark of a Rosen property.

Ensuring the hotel makes its mark on the Orlando area culinary scene is Executive Chef Jorge Oliveira, a 14-year veteran of the Rosen family of hotels and hotels. Chef Jorge received his culinary degree from Johnson and Wales, where he focused on French and Northern Italian Cuisine. He began his career with Hilton Hotels in Dallas, training under a Master Chef in one of its large convention hotels and ultimately completed the Hilton Hotels management program. Prior to joining the Rosen family, he was a chef at Hilton hotels in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and Chicago. Now at Rosen Shingle Creek, Chef Jorge designs Florida-heritage inspired culinary creations that reflect the hotel’s “authentic Florida” theme.

Among the tastefully appointed and deliciously tantalizing dining options under Chef Jorge’s direction at Rosen Shingle Creek are:

The Calusa Indians were often referred to as The Shell People and utilized shells as tools, weapons, art, and jewelry, and also incorporated algae, seaweeds and oils from the sea into tribal ceremonies believing in their healing properties. That was the inspiration for developing the Calusa Cocoon, a relaxing and hydrating body treatment incorporates restorative oils, a warm body wrap and hydrating mini-facial.

A Land Remembered

After reading Patrick Smith’s rich historical novel “A Land Remembered,” chronicling the dogged determination of three generations of Florida pioneers, Harris Rosen decided, “So precious is Patrick’s book that we have dedicated our entire Shingle Creek theme to it.” The cornerstone of Harris Rosen’s dream hotel is his high-end classic steakhouse, which brings to life what Smith so artfully penned — the rugged spirit, natural beauty and colorful history of the state in an era when cotton, cattle and citrus were its prime industries.

In keeping with the hotel’s tribute to the Florida’s natural environment, A Land Remembered steakhouse, opening in May 2007, will be located in the Shingle Creek Golf Club House, nestled among dense oaks and pines along the picturesque Shingle Creek. Inside, rich, dark woods are accented with brass fixtures while artwork by Native American artists adorns the walls. Artifacts from the pre-Civil War era will evoke the imagery of Smith’s novel.

When it opens in this year, this all-American steakhouse is certain to secure legendary status with its unforgettable menu of prime cut meats and other American favorites paired with robust side dishes. Hearty and flavorful meal starters will include Jumbo Lump Crab Martini with mango pico, cilantro oil and micro greens and Grilled BBQ Prawns with jalapeno bacon and apple relish. Sure to be favorites from the grill are the De Soto Double Rib Stuffed Pork with black mission figs, apricots, corn bread & roasted chillies with apple jack pan jus, Lamb Tequesta dry rubbed with roasted garlic, stoneground mustard, cilantro and mint and the 10 oz Filet Mignon with roasted garlic and fried green tomatoes. An extensive wine selection promises the perfect companion to any entrée.

Cala Bella ™ (“Creek Beautiful”)

Patrons of this fine-dining Italian Bistro are not only in for a wonderful culinary experience, but can expect to be equally impressed with the enchanting ambience announced by rich interiors and glorious golf and lake views. As guests arrive, they’re greeted with an astounding array of fine wines displayed in the restaurant’s functional glass wine wall. A featured selection of wines is displayed at eye level to allow guests to peruse the labels and consider their many tempting options before being seated for dinner.

Once inside the restaurant, guests are immediately captivated with the open, but intimate setting in which dark woods, bold colors and rich leathers set the stage for a magnificent meal.

Complementing an already exquisite dining environment, Cala Bella also boasts a magnificent private dining room for up to 30 people. In addition, a presentation-cooking bar allows couples, small groups or families to dine privately while Rosen Shingle Creek’s talented chefs prepare an exquisite meal right before their eyes.

Cala Bella’s signature beginnings include the marriage of supreme meats and cheeses with roasted vegetables in the house antipasto, a delightful flaming Pescara Mussels, and a signature bruschetta that uniquely brings together leeks and broccoli rabe. Masterful selections from the grill include Cala Bella Lamb with rosemary-minted marsala; Fontina Filet, boasting proscco -stewed beans and fontina fondue; and San Giovanni Chicken Involtini. Chef Jorge’s involtini, or “wrapped bundles,” deliciously combines tender chicken breast, prosciutto and fresh mozzarella with a fragrant garden pesto.

The restaurant promises an elegant ending to any meal with Chocolate Sabayon, Lemon Marscapone Cheesecake, Cinnamon Espresso Crème Brulee, the Cala Bella Tira Misu or a trio of homemade gelato.

Bar Bella

Tucked in the vestibule of Cala Bella, Bella’s Bar provides an intimate setting for a relaxing cocktail prior to, or a fine cigar following a thoroughly satisfying Italian meal. The focal point of this cozy lounge is a baby grand player piano that provides a subtle accompaniment suited to a romantic evening or an important business agreement. Bella’s Bar offers signature Rosen Shingle Creek cocktails, such as the Cala Bella Colada and Ponce de Lemon, as well as a wide selection of fine cigars such as Romeo & Juliet, La Amora Preferido and Monte Cristo from the bar’s six-foot humidor.

Café Osceola & amp; Osceola Bar

As soon as they step into the lobby area of the hotel, guests get a grand view of Café Osceola & Osceola Bar — a warm, inviting restaurant and lounge appointed in Spanish revival colors of blue and gold. From both the grand viewing area and from the restaurant level itself, exquisite views of Florida’s nature can be seen via impressive floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

Rosen Shingle Creek’s authentic Florida heritage continues to shine through in the menu at Café Osceola. Breakfast specialty items include Little Creek from the Crate (a selection of fruits, cheese and bread), Indian Village Club Breakfast, Seminole Smoked Salmon and Tallapoosa River Quesadilla. Guests can also enjoy the breakfast buffet which features an assortment of fresh breakfast items and “you call the shots” made-to-order omelets.

The All-Day Dining menu features a selection hearty soups and palette-pleasing appetizers reminiscent of Florida’s past, such as Payne’s Landing Yakatori Chicken and Muskgee Baked Tortilla Pie. For a lighter taste, guests can choose from the Fort King Shrimp Salad, the Ch echo lo Cobb Salad or the Mikasuki Southwest Caesar Salad. Signature sandwiches and burgers include the Fort Moultrie Pork Hoagie, the Indian Village Chicken Club and Shingle Creek Wrap, while café specialties tempt the taste buds with colorful names like Tepee Tacos and the Tallapoosa Swordfish. Upper Creek Fajitas and inviting pasta dishes are also available throughout the day.

No meal would be complete at Café Osceola without the Indian Peace Offering dessert featuring a warm brownie with praline ice cream topped with hot fudge, caramel, whipped topping and salted pecans. Other tempting options include War Chief Cheesecake, the Warrior Cobble or the Seminole Harvest Spice Cake.

Designer Cocktails and Signature Libations Whether the occasion calls for a pre-dinner cocktail or an evening out with friends or colleagues, Rosen Shingle Creek offers several hideaways and hotspots featuring creative signature drinks. Bella’s Bar, located within Cala Bella Italian Bistro, provides the ideal setting to partake in a Menichinitini (named after the hotel’s Director of Sales and Marketing), or to relax with a great cigar. Headwaters Lounge™, located in the hotel’s lobby, offers a great environment for gathering with friends, colleagues or clients and the chance to enjoy a signature Headwaters Margarita or the Sebastian Shipwreck. Cat-Tails Pool Bar & Grille offers a taste of pure paradise — a place to kick back, relax and enjoy a bite to eat with a frozen concoction, a Pensacola Breeze or an ice cold Rosen Hotels & Resorts’ Alligator Drool beer (the company’s own micro-brewed signature libation).

Additional Rosen Shingle Creek Food and Beverage Amenities

The tradition of guest service and convenience at Rosen Hotels and Resorts is taken a step further at Rosen Shingle Creek’s 18 Monroe Street Market, a 24-hour NY-style deli. No matter the time of day, or the size of the appetite, the deli offers a variety of items from a light snack to a quick made-to-order meal that can be enjoyed on premises or boxed to go.

Morning caffeine seekers or those “jonesing” for an afternoon pick-me-up find sanctuary at Smoooth Java™ coffee bar, located in the hotel’s main lobby. This convenient pit stop offers Starbucks™ coffee products as well as an assortment of pastries and snacks.

Taking care of each guest’s sweet tooth one scoop at a time, The Creek Ice Creamery serves in excess of thirty flavors and a variety of cool flavorful treats.

Par Take offers golfers an outdoor respite with sandwiches, snacks and cool libations.

Of course, for guests who prefer to dine in the privacy of their rooms or suites, Rosen Shingle Creek gladly and quickly accommodates with 24-Hour Room Service.

Occupying a 230-acre site along Shingle Creek, the headwaters of the Florida Everglades, the 1,500-room Rosen Shingle Creek hotel offers 462,000 sq. ft. of meeting/event space, a full service 13,000-sq. ft. Spa at Shingle Creek, nine dining and lounging options, four pools, two lighted tennis courts, volleyball, basketball and an array of nature-focused activities, including hiking and fishing. The hotel is also gaining acclaim for its three-year old David Harman-designed Shingle Creek Golf Course, recently named “One of the Top 40 Best New Courses” by Golfweek magazine and “One of the Top 25 Most Challenging Courses in Central Florida” by the Orlando Business Journal, and for the Brad Brewer Golf Academy, offering corporate golf clinics. Brewer has been named by Golf Magazine as a “Top 100 Instructor for 2007-2008.”

For more information about the Rosen Shingle Creek, please visit or call (866) 996-9939.

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