Woof Woof ended his tour of the Rosen Hotels at the Rosen Plaza. It’s a short distance from the Rosen Centre via the skybridges that connect both hotels to the convention center. The walking bridge is worth a trip for your pet. Woof Woof loved walking across and smelling the trees and grass below that are a small sampling of the nature the Florida Everglades have to offer.
It’s missing two amenities that are present at the Rosen Centre: a spa for humans and a grassy area for a doggie bathroom. Essentially, the closest canine bathroom is a grassy area by the CVS that’s a one-minute walk away. You’ll need to bring your own poop bags.
But while you’re letting “sleeping dogs lie”, a quote from the provided do not disturb sign for your pet, there’s a resort-style pool and whirlpool with a pool bar to enjoy. Another note for humans, I was very pleased with the health-conscious style of cooking at all Rosen Hotels. The salad had olive oil and lemon. And not gobs of olive oil. A bottle that is actual serving size. At the Rosen Shingle Creek, I had a kale chip snack and the Rosen Centre had whole wheat crust on their pizza. With a $150 per stay fee, this normally isn’t a place to bring your pet for one night, but it is a great place to stay for 3 or 4 days or more.