Rosen Hotels combines two Orlando properties

The Midpointe Hotel now also includes the former Clarion Inn & Suites at International Drive. Photo credit: Rosen Hotels & Resorts

Rosen Hotels & Resorts consolidated two of its adjoining Orlando hotels: the 134-room Midpointe Hotel and the 222-room Clarion Inn & Suites at International Drive. Originally acquired by Rosen Hotels in late 2017, the two properties now are unified under the Midpointe Hotel name.

Located in Orlando’s International Drive convention and tourist district, the hotel is located adjacent to the 1,334-room Rosen Centre Hotel, which provides 150,000 square feet of meeting and event space. The Rosen Centre also connects to the Orange County Convention Center via a covered pedestrian skybridge.

The now 356-room Midpointe Hotel features two meeting rooms, an executive boardroom, a fitness center, a business center, two outdoor swimming pools, two hot tubs and complimentary parking. It is located a little over 10 minutes from the Orlando International Airport.

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"Consolidating both properties under the Midpointe brand gave us a wonderful opportunity to combine services and deliver the extraordinary experience guests have come to expect from a Rosen hotel," Harris Rosen, president/COO of Rosen Hotel & Resorts, said in a statement.

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