Hurricane Ian: Rosen Hotels offers ‘distress rates’ to Florida residents

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With Hurricane Ian rapidly approaching, Rosen Hotels & Resorts said it’s offering “distress rates” to allow Florida residents to have an affordable and safe place to weather the storm.


These rates will remain the same while the hurricane affects Florida; see them below:

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These hotel rates are about $50 cheaper than usual. They are only applicable to Florida residents with proof of residency.

The company said that guests will not be subject to pet or resort fees and will have free access to Wi-Fi during this offer.

“Isn’t it nice to be able to demonstrate to people we care?” hotelier Harris Rosen said. “Isn’t it nice that we want them to be comfortable and not have to suffer? We’ve always been that way.”

Channel 9 has reached out to other hotel chains like the Marriot, Hyatt and resorts at Disney and Universal to see if they’re also offering special rates due to the hurricane. We have not heard back yet.

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Those looking to reserve a room may call 866-337-6736.

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