Hospitality Appreciation Days in Orlando


To show agents their appreciation, the Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc. has designated September 1 - November 15 as "Hospitality Appreciation Days."

As a thank you to all members of the travel and tourism industry, more than 115 fall savings from the Orlando tourism community such as accommodations, attractions, dining and shopping, await tourism industry professionals.

Some sample offers include a $79 per night fee at the Shingle Creek Resort, or a Buy One Get One Free single admission offer at the Wet 'n Wild Orlando. Other offers include tour three for the price of two with International HeliTours and adults pay kid's admission price at the Orange County Regional History Center.

Forms of ID will be required to book industry rates and are listed specifically on the program website. Acceptable forms of identification may include employee ID, business card with valid ID and/or check stub.

In addition to the “Hospitality Appreciation Days” offers, visitors to Orlando this September, can take advantage of the 4th Annual “Orlando Magical Dining Month” which showcases Central Florida’s fine cuisine. From September 1 – 30, more than 50 participating restaurants will offer three-course prix-fixe dinners for $20 or $30 (excluding beverage, tax and gratuity), with $1 from each meal benefitting a local Orlando charity.


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