Those attending BPAA’s International Bowl Expo in Orlando, Fla., next summer can stay at the host Rosen Centre Hotel with the knowledge that the property’s owner is a good citizen.

Rosen Hotels saw an influx of bookings across its properties as Florida residents took advantage of its “Florida Distress Rates” during and in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. When rooms began opening up as tourists and events cancelled, the special rates for locals — as low as $69 per night — went into effect.

The hotel chain has emergency generators at its properties and maintains on-site security and engineering to keep guests safe, spokesman Robert Hubler said. Hotels with convention properties — Rosen Centre, Rosen Shingle Creek and Rosen Plaza — opened their ballrooms as gathering spaces for guests seeking updates on the storm.

“Mr. [Harris] Rosen is sincere in making sure, during tough times or times of need, that people are taken care of, and we do everything in our power to make sure that happens,” Hubler said.

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