Universal Studios opens two Halloween Horror Night houses during regular park hours: Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives and Revenge of the Tooth Fairy. No extra tickets needed. Entry is included with park admission. Universal’s Islands of Adventure also jumps in on the Halloween fun with participating shops handing out candy to trick-or-treating guests ages 12 and younger – just look for the pumpkin signs. Bring back up and make it a family outing. Families and guests are welcome to wear family-friendly costumes at both parks on select nights now through November 1. Be sure to include a mask with your costume. What do you say? Let’s go there! Make a weekend out of it and stay close to the action at a Rosen hotel.
Halloween is Back! 2 Haunted Houses Open at Universal Orlando Resort
This little gem was used for our overnight in Orlando after a late night arrival! Clean room, nice beds, good hot water and pressure. For the price we paid I can’t say anything negative! Would stay here for an extended stay anytime. Super location too for your money – you won’t find a better value in Orlando.
Dedicated Customer Service
This hotel is located in what used to be Red Roof Inn off of International Drive and it’s a quick walk to the I-Drive Trolley. The hotel was clean and staff was very helpful. It has two outdoor pools, however, it was a little cold for using them. When I accidentally left something in the room at check-out and it was thrown away the manager, Jose, did his very best to replace it, including offering to reimburse me for repurchasing the item. We will de…