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Rosen Shingle Creek

Hotel Contact:
9939 Universal Boulevard
Orlando, Florida 32819
United States
Main: 407-996-9939
Email: Email Hotel Katie Bellas
Director of Sales: Katie Bellas
Elite Rating
Planner Rating: 4.7
Chain Rosen Hotels & Resorts
Opened 2006
Renovated 2016
Guest Rooms 1,501
Kings/Suites/Doubles 411 / 139 / 950
Room Rates High $189 - 369 Low $119 - 188
High Season High Season Low Season Low Season Shoulder Season Shoulder Season
Max Group Size 9470


Resort Fee NA
Room Tax 12.5%
Sales Tax 6.5%

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Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 95,000ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 379,000ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 524,000ft²

Airport Proximity

Orlando Intl Airport
10 min 10 miles (16 km)


Business center
state-of-the-art IT and audiovisual support
free Wi-Fi in guest rooms.


18-hole golf course (redesigned by Arnold Palmer Design Co.)
four pools
fitness center
two tennis courts
basketball court
sand volleyball court
nature trail
video game room
and more than a dozen food and beverage outlets.


Orange County Convention Center
Pointe Orlando
two Premium Outlet malls
the Mall at Millenia
Orlando Eye
SeaWorld Orlando and Aquatica water park
Universal Studios Florida
Universal’s Islands of Adventure
Universal CityWalk
Walt Disney World
Tibet-Butler Preserve
Orlando Science Center
Kennedy Space Center
and Legoland Florida.
Onsite Dining: Capacity
18 Monroe Street Market
24 Hour Market/deli
A Land Remembered
Classic Steakhouse
Banrai Sushi
Sushi & Japanese Cuisine
Bella's Bar
Italian Bistro Bar/Lounge
Cafe Osceola
Buffet & American Fare
Cala Bella ("Creek Beautiful")
Italian Bistro
Cat-Tails Pool Bar & Grille
Pool Bar
Creek Ice Creamery
Headwaters Lounge
Mi Casa Tequila Taqueria
Mexican Cuisine
Shingle Creek Clubhouse Grille
Smoooth Java
Coffee Bar
Tobias Burgers & Brews

F&B Averages:

Breakfast Buffet $28-40 Cont. $19-24
Lunch Buffet $34-49 Plated $31-49
Dinner Buffet $65-93 Plated $65-93
Coffee Break $9.50-19
2-Hour Open Bar $19-22
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Capacity Charts
Room Name Total Square Meters Room Size(meters) Ceiling Height (meters) Total Square Feet Room Size (feet) Ceiling Height (feet) Classroom Theater Banquet 10 Reception Conference U-Shape H-Square 10 x 10s
Boardroom 116 13.58 x 6 0 1,250 45.25 x 20 0 0 0 0 0 30 0 0 0
Butler 377 21 x 21 4 4,067 70 x 70 14 198 262 250 400 64 60 0 0
Butler Balcony 276 N/A 0 2,978 N/A 0 0 0 120 200 0 0 0 0
Conway 377 21 x 21 4 4,067 70 x 70 14 198 262 250 400 64 60 0 0
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Property News
Orlando-based Luxury Hotel’s New Amenities and Enhancements Offer Guests
Posted February 1, 2017
Rosen Shingle Creek “Plugs In” To Travelers’ Needs
Orlando-based Luxury Hotel’s New Amenities and Enhancements Offer Guests
More Ways to Connect and Recharge

For more information contact:
Mary Deatrick, DPR
(407) 718-4640,

ORLANDO (March 2, 2017) – The AAA Four Diamond Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando is giving travelers a better way to recharge – mentally and literally. The hotel, which continually strives to exceed guest expectations, has completed extensive refurbishments to its grounds and amenities, creating more ways for guests and business travelers to gather, connect and recharge.

Modern enhancements increase the guests’ ability to relax and mentally recharge while technology upgrades throughout the hotel give guests more opportunities to recharge their electronics. All 1501 guestrooms and suites, the hotel’s grand lobby and many of its retail, restaurant and lounge spaces have been refreshed with a more contemporary Spanish revival-style design. The hotel’s 18-hole championship Shingle Creek Golf Course recently unveiled an innovative redesign courtesy of Arnold Palmer Golf Company, along with a new open-air covered pavilion for 19th hole events.

“We are extremely excited about the incredibly positive feedback we’ve been receiving about our new amenities and refreshes,” said Leslie Menichini, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Rosen Convention Hotels. “In our position as Orlando’s premier gathering and meeting place, we never stop seeking ways to stay on top of the needs of our guests.”

Each of the spacious guestrooms now reflect even more of the magnificent natural beauty of the Florida landscapes and nearby historic Shingle Creek, headwaters to the Florida Everglades. Redesigned in shades of soft coppers, sky blues and teals, the guestrooms feature sophisticated lighting and richly-dramatic two-toned flooring. The crème brulee and chocolate carpeting has a cut-and-loop pattern for more depth. Sheers have been added to the oversized picture windows add to the open feel of the 436-square-foot spaces, which are among the largest guestrooms in Central Florida. Animal print and faux-leather ottomans now join each plush guestroom chair for more comfort.

The new interiors in the dining and gathering areas meld the traditional and contemporary into a transitional feel that includes technology-friendly recharging stations and power outlets, creating a perfect home away from home for seasoned business and holiday travelers. Enhanced communal seating areas in the VIP Lounge, Headwaters Lounge, Mi Casa Tequila Taqueria and new Tobias Burgers & Brews now provide hidden power outlets beneath tabletops for convenience while enjoying the inventive dishes and lively atmosphere. Outlet-based lamps, similar to those popular in the hotel’s guestrooms, are featured throughout the lobby, allowing guests plenty of spaces to recharge their electronics while the hotel-wide complimentary Wi-Fi ensures that even the data plans of the most technology-reliant business people and families get that much-deserved break.

“Connectivity is very important for business travelers, millennials and families,” said Menichini. “The new convenient outlets are easily accessible and provide peace of mind that a guest won’t miss an important call or text while enjoying the hotel’s amenities. Lumbar pillows and crisp, white linens are also growing trend for bedding in the hospitality industry.”

Rosen Shingle Creek features close to a half million square feet of indoor and outdoor venues, including 99 meeting rooms, 10 outdoor spaces and three column-free ballrooms. Many of these spaces, including select restaurants, social hubs and the lobby area were refreshed with warm, sunny hues, designed to bring in the grounds’ natural charm. Upon entering the lobby, accents of tangerine and honeycomb echo the dramatic two-story view of the Orlando sunshine. Two new, modern, painted metal murals join the high-back circular banquette seating and technology-friendly lighting. A deeper color palette brings more drama to the lobby’s architectural features and the carpet’s water droplet pattern again harkens back to the hotel’s natural setting. The traditionally transitional lobby now affords more places to slow down from the hustle and bustle with the incorporation of intimate library and seating area in a nearby alcove space.

The Terrace Lounge has a newly-enhanced area for the concierge and guests to enjoy outdoor views. Island seating and modern sofas were added in clean shades of champagne and its modular seating can be easily moved to create impromptu space for casual meetings. Island seating faces the large window views, framed by asymmetrical, sheer window treatments. A connected, small outdoor lounge now has cushy, modern chairs that swivel toward the pool and golf course. Nearby at The Spa at Shingle Creek, the women’s relaxation room was expanded and furnished with plush seating in teals, taupes and silvers, where guests can enjoy spa refreshments like chocolate-covered strawberries.

Connecting the lobby to the convention center, Rosen Shingle Creek’s “Dining & Spirits on the Boulevard” walkway has elevated the hotel’s 15 dining and lounging options with new seating, design refreshes and a rebranded restaurant. Tobias Burgers & Brews received a total makeover, from look and location to name and menu. The casual dining option focuses on gourmet specialty burgers, premium bourbons and whiskeys and more than 30 local craft brews of which 18 are on tap, including the company’s own Alligator Drool. Guests can enjoy beer flights alongside other options like salads, artisan flatbreads, traditional pub fare and specialty burgers like The Bourbon featuring a Kentucky Bourbon glaze. Its ambiance harkens to a clean-lined industrial trendy brewer feel with mixes of metal and glass elements. Exposed ceilings, garage-style windows, pipe lighting, custom copper beer taps and an open food prep area highlight the new 45-seat restaurant. The floor was given a more metallic look and corrugated metal sheets provide a backdrop to the venue’s extensive bar selection. Accents, such as sconces along the brick wall, bring together the restaurant’s fusion of textures and metals.

Mi Casa Tequila Taqueria, one of Rosen Shingle Creek’s newest restaurants, had become so popular in its few years that it, too, needed to be expanded to offer more seating. Now with a capacity of 100, its old-world, Mexican-style food and décor was made modern with in-table charging outlets and seating options for singles or communal tables up to ten. Old, rustic Mexican tiles and hand-painted pottery elements are set off by cobalt blue glass accents. With both traditional and bar-style seating, the restaurant features traditional Mexican fare like hand-crafted margaritas and fresh guacamole that is prepared to order tableside.

The Headwaters Lounge received new flooring, bar fronts and acrylic paneling in shades of greys, silvers and taupes. Six high-top tables for eight with integrated electrical outlets now join the lounge’s sleek, modular, serpentine tables. The taupe, coffee table-like pieces can be arranged for casual meetings. BJ’s Gift Shop, located among the walkway’s restaurants, received new custom displays in neutrals and blacks, chic backlighting and an upscale chandelier to create an inviting shopping experience.

Rosen Shingle Creek’s 14th Floor VIP Lounge is a keyed-access lounge staffed with two concierge and offering daily continental breakfast, evening hot appetizers and desserts and beverages throughout the day. This space was modernized with new four-top tables and chairs, along with a communal table for eight from which guests can enjoy the morning paper and serene views from the 14th floor. Tangerine-colored elements pop against a subdued gray and silver palate. A clean mix of wood, metal and stone and multiple power outlets help give this space a sleek feel, and silver lighting adds to the modernism. The library nook was updated with two cushy chairs and additional electric outlets for a total recharge.

Outside on the hotel’s 255 acres, the 18-hole Shingle Creek Golf Course has been newly redesigned by Arnold Palmer Design Company and overseen by senior golf course architect and vice president Thad Layton. Layton’s team completely revamped three holes on a new 25-acre parcel and updated the balance of the course with new hazards and extra-long par 4s and 5s, while still preserving the course’s original natural beauty. Fairway-cut surrounds and runoff areas were incorporated to the course’s greens to increase the game’s strategy and give golfers of all levels more forgiveness and recovery options. The greens themselves range from 3,500 to over 9,500 square feet and highlight a variety of slopes, nobs and swales. The world-class golf club provides a 70,000-square-foot driving range and a 15,000-square-foot practice areas for guests to improve their short game. Both are located close to the on-site Brad Brewer Golf Academy, integrating state-of-the-art swing analysis and game improvement technology at the indoor hitting bays. The golf course update also included the construction of a 2,000-square-foot covered pavilion with serene views of the natural grounds, perfect for tournaments, parties, weddings or other special events.

About Rosen Shingle Creek
Uniquely situated on 255 acres of lush landscaping and interconnected waterways of historic Shingle Creek, headwaters of the Florida Everglades, this Spanish revival-style AAA Four Diamond hotel is one of the area’s largest full-service hotels with 1,501 tastefully appointed guestrooms and 490,000-square-feet of meeting and event space. Extensive amenities, including the newly-redesigned golf course, tennis and basketball courts, a sand volleyball court, full-service luxury spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, 15 restaurants and lounges, four stunning pools and a tranquil nature trail make Rosen Shingle Creek the ultimate destination