ORLANDO (August 14, 2018) – Rosen Hotels & Resorts announces today that it will eliminate the use of plastic straws in its more than 26 restaurants and in-room dining at its nine hotels, all located in Orlando, by January 2019.
Effective immediately, plastic straws will be provided only upon request to guests of the hotel restaurants. The company will transition to using eco-friendly paper straws as early as this fall.
Rosen Hotels & Resorts joins the pledge with Florida Green Lodging thro…Read More
Rosen Shingle Creek, 9939 Universal Boulevard, Orlando, Florida 32819
Phone: (407) 996-9939
Reservations – Toll Free: (866) 996-6338
Reservations – Local: (407) 996-6338
Fax: (407) 996-9938
Vice President of Sales & Marketing: Leslie Menichini
Public Relations Contact: Mary Deatrick, (407) 718-4640 or email email@example.com
Rosen Shingle Creek, opened September 9, 2006, and is one of the largest full-service convention hotels in Central Florida. The 255-acre luxury hotel offers 1,501 guest rooms and suites, and 524,000 square feet of dedicated, flexible meeting/event space that includes one of the nation’s largest column-free ballrooms at 95,000 sq. ft. Awarded the AAA Four Diamond designation annually since 2007, the hotel offers an array of amenities such as:
Created as an impressive example of the 1900s Spanish Revival style architecture, the hotel’s high-carved arches accenting with natural warm earth tones illustrate the sense of casual elegance and the grace of historic Florida. Guests are inspired by the 255-acre natural environment surround the hotel, which includes a backdrop of dense oaks and pines along the historic Shingle Creek, the headwaters of the Florida Everglades.
In the early 1800s settlers would log cypress trees down the creek and use them to make shingles for the roofs of the settlers’ homes. Thus, the settlers affectionately gave the creek its name “Shingle Creek.”
One of the first settlements in the region was called Shingle Creek and was located east of the Shingle Creek waterway. Shingle Creek is known as the headwaters to the Florida Everglades.
In 1840, a trading post opened near Shingle Mill at the low water crossing point on Shingle Creek, which is a stone’s throw away from the hotel. It is Rosen Shingle Creek’s intent to pay homage to the old Florida Frontier.
Harris Rosen, President and COO
Dan Giordano, General Manager
Leslie Menichini, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Rosen Hotels & Resorts, Convention Properties
Rosen Hotels & Resorts currently owns and operates nine properties in the Orlando destination market. In combination, these properties total over 6,705 guestrooms and suites, which is approximately six percent of the total guest rooms in Central Florida. Numerous hospitality-industry awards, employee longevity and a reputation for quality have fueled Rosen Hotels & Resorts’ growth for more than 44 years. Guided by founder and President Harris Rosen’s high standards of quality and unsurpassed service, a team of experienced professionals fulfills the company’s on-going commitment to guest and associate satisfaction.
Rosen Hotels & Resorts has become widely known for The Rosen DifferenceⓇ. It is the reason Rosen has become Florida’s largest independent hotel company and their award-winning hotels have been named among the best. It is the reason why they are so popular for corporate events and why guests become family. The great thing about being independently owned? Rosen is free to make decisions. They’re free to say “yes” and work with planners to develop the most creative and engaging Orlando meetings, with tailored offers that provide real value as well as a memorable experience for all the attendees. This independence means Rosen is able to constantly reinvest in their properties, including new venues, enhancements, and expansions.
The hotel includes 1,501 smoke-free, over-sized guestrooms (among the largest in Central Florida at 436 gross sq. ft.) with the most expansive views:
191 Suites Including:
Each guestroom features two phones and is equipped with the latest innovations in technology, including complimentary Wi-Fi and high-speed hardwired internet; 40″ LED HDTVs that include connectivity panels for laptop, iPad, iPod and other devices.
Each luxurious guestroom features a plush Creek Sleeper Bed with fine linens, designer linens and elegant furnishings in the Spanish revival style. Each guestroom also offers an in-room safe (fits up to 17” lap top), mini refrigerator, plush robe, iron and ironing board, hands-free hair dryer, coffeemaker, I-home radio/docking station.
The latest RFID technology combined with automatic deadbolt locks at Rosen Hotels & Resorts keeps our guests secure in their guestrooms. The extensive installation is one more way Rosen Hotels & Resorts continues to ensure that every stay is as carefree and enjoyable as possible.
Check-in begins at 3pm. Check-out is 11am. There is never a resort fee.
A new world-class golf club and course awaits, conceived and executed by the esteemed Arnold Palmer Design Company, with three new holes, a group of redesigned holes, and the overall balance of the course recalibrated to accommodate new design features including more forgiveness and recovery options along extra-long par-4s and par-5s. The new Shingle Creek Golf Club is definitely strokes and chips above a typical “hotel golf” course.
Senior Golf Course Architect Thad Layton says the mission was to add strategy and variety to the golfer’s experience. His design features “harken back to the golden age of golf course design.” The new golf course features more visible and strategically placed bunkers, like the one on the landing area of the second hole (par 5, 561 yard) that forces players to navigate creatively yet demands precision. Regardless, extra fairway width provides all skill-level players plenty of alternative options. Players will notice major differences in the short game as well, especially on a new par-3 hole—the shortest at 191 yards but definitely not the easiest. It runs adjacent to wetland with its pitch angled toward those natural hazards along its entire left side. The new range in the course’s variety swings out at the eighth hole where players see the course expand drastically to a par 5, 610-yard stretch from the back tee.
Shingle Creek Golf Club is also home to the Brad Brewer Golf Academy, a Top 25 Golf School in the Nation ranked by Golf magazine. The academy features a short-game practice area that doubled in size from the original practice area, new state-of-the-art swing analysis and game improvement technology in the indoor hitting bays. Brad Brewer has received numerous awards and recognition’s, such as being ranked as a top 100 teacher by Golf Magazine and PGA class-A Professional.
A state-of-the-art practice facility provides Orlando golfers with everything they need to work on their game. Before playing a round, we encourage players to fine tune their swing at the 70,000-square-feet driving range and to prepare for the tough greens on the new 15,000-square-foot putting greens and brand new bunker and chipping areas.
This Orlando golf course receives its name from Shingle Creek, the northernmost headwaters of the famous Everglades that provides the natural backdrop of dense oaks and fauna. Shingle Creek’s rich history spans back to early Central Florida settlers and cattle barons who were attracted to the area’s local wildlife, abundant fishing and cypress trees, and the creek which provided mobility. During this period of the creek’s history, it was primarily used for logging cypress trees. The trees were transported down the waterway to a nearby mill where they were processed into shingles, hence the name Shingle Creek.
For a more rejuvenating retreat, the hotel offers a full-service 13,000 square-foot The Spa at Shingle Creek, featuring nine treatment rooms and an extensive menu of soothing services, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center. The spa has been developed not just as an amenity for leisure and business guests, but 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.
The Spa at Shingle Creek’s creekside signature treatments draw on the restorative powers of the area’s natural fauna and reflect Rosen Shingle Creek’s Florida roots by incorporating citrus and cedar scents. Additional services such as the Calusa Cocoon incorporate aspects from its namesake Native American tribes. Spa packages include 2-hour, 1/2 day, Full Day, Meeting Escape, Day at the Creek, Golfer’s Retreat, Girl’s Getaway, Wedding, Teen Packages and more.
In concert with Rosen Shingle Creek’s overall theme, 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.
The hotel features 524,000 square feet of dedicated meeting/event facilities including:
All ballrooms have 31-foot unobstructed ceilings/34-foot high at hang points, hardwire and Wi-Fi capabilities at a fee. The load-in areas feature 17 bays, as well as seven built-in registration desks with adjoining back office space in the pre-function area.
Millennium Technology Group is the exclusive information technology provider for Rosen Shingle Creek. Millennium strives to surpass your meeting expectations with the latest technology and exceptional service. Our full-service, customizable solutions include:
The hotel offers an extensive array of guest services capable of fulfilling any of our of guest needs. These services include:
This classic steakhouse is named after the late Patrick Smith’s renowned novel featuring memorable historical moments of Florida’s history and rich landscapes. One of two of the hotel’s fine dining options, the classic steakhouse features Harris Ranch Black Angus Five Diamond Prime Beef and Florida-themed specialties like Gator Creek Stew and Key West Seafood Au Gratin. A Land Remembered is open for dinner and offers a private dining room (up to 24 people) and relaxing lounge. Seating capacity: 110; outside seating available. Open nightly at 5:30 p.m. Evening resort attire. Reservations recommended. Clubhouse Grille, located inside A Land Remembered, is open daily for lunch from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
This Italian bistro is another of the hotel’s fine-dining restaurants, serving dinner in open and private dining settings. In addition, a presentation-cooking bar is available where individuals can dine comfortably with the companionship of the hotel’s creative chefs preparing their culinary delights. The soft music from the piano and savory scent of the Italian cuisine make it near impossible to walk by Cala Bella. Seating capacity: 150; private dining room seats 42. Open nightly at 5:30 pm. Reservations recommended.
Located in the vestibule of the Italian bistro, this piano bar is the perfect location for a quiet relaxing or more intimate gathering or a pre-reception to an excellent Italian meal.
Café Osceola is beautifully appointed in Spanish revival colors of blue and gold. The floor-to-ceiling windows brings in the outside. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner serving a buffet and a la carte menu. Private dining for up to 24 available. Seating capacity: 412. Reservations optional.
Our little casa con sabor Mexicano! Mi Casa Tequila Taqueria serves Mexican favorites including guacamole prepared tableside, a variety of premium tequilas and specialty margaritas. The Jefe Margarita is sure to please! Seating capacity: 60. Open daily for lunch and dinner.
Adjacent to the popular Headwaters Lounge, Banrai, meaning “many guests” offers guests a comfortable and convenient respite in which to enjoy a few rolls while sharing a cocktail with a friend, and a spectacular view of the hotel’s pool deck. Banrai Sushi features signature rolls, such as the Shingle Creek and Rosen Rolls, as well as traditional sushi rolls, an assortment of sashimi and sake. Seating capacity: 30 including seating for six at the sushi bar. Open nightly at 5:00 p.m.
Named for Tobias MacIvey, the patriarch of the hearty Florida pioneering family in the novel “A Land Remembered” by the late Patrick D. Smith. Tobias Burgers & Brews is located in the heart of the hotel’s dining and retail area, offering a convenient lunch, dinner and gathering spot for both meeting attendees and leisure guests. Tobias Burgers & Brews menu offers gourmet burgers, specialty flats, craft beers and hand-selected bourbons.
The 18 Monroe Street Market offers a variety of items from a quick snack to a quick-to-order meal. The 24-hour deli Dine-in as well as take out. Seating capacity: 28. Outdoor seating available.
Located just off the lobby, Smoooth Java proudly serving Starbucks™, as well as an assortment of coffees, gourmet pastries, snacks and desserts. Seating capacity: 48.
The recently refurbished Headwaters Lounge lobby bar is centrally located and is a perfect meeting and networking place for everyone! Seating capacity: 247 not including bar.
Have a refreshing treat while enjoying the pool activities. With so many mouthwatering flavors to choose from, we’re sure to have your favorite.
Rosen Shingle Creek epitomizes the atmosphere of relaxation in every sense! Located adjacent to the pool areas, Cat-Tails Pool Bar & Grille brings the convenience of dining to you pool side or at its bar area, serving a range of beverages and a la carte food items at your fingertips.
Par-Take offers golfers a variety of fare including sandwiches, muffins, beverages and snacks.
24 hours, full service.
Our primary goal at Rosen Hotels & Resorts® is, of course, to provide our guests with the very best in service and accommodations. It is with this in mind that we wish to share with you some additional information about our company through our annual magazine, Rosen Reveal.READ MORE ISSUES