Spot X Hotel Orlando Joins Red Roof®’s the Red Collection®, Officially Opens in Prime Orlando Location

New Upper Midscale Soft-Brand Property Sits at the Center of One of the Country’s Most Sought-After Destinations

USA, Columbus, Ohio. December 17, 2021

SPOT X Hotel- Orlando, part of Red Roof's The Red Collection, has officially opened in the heart of Orlando at 12235 Regency Village Drive. Developed to deliver an upper midscale experience at a value price, SPOT X Hotel - Orlando's 154 amenity-filled rooms are perfect for any traveler looking to embrace the magic of the destination - from theme parks and ample shopping to travel-worthy dining and golf courses. SPOT X Hotel - Orlando is the latest property to join The Red Collection and is now accepting reservations, just in time for the holiday season. To celebrate the opening of SPOT X Hotel - Orlando, RediRewards® members can enjoy 25% off.*

"At Red Roof, we are committed to offering our guests properties located in destination markets, like Orlando, close to the attractions and activities they seek," says George Limbert, President, Red Roof. "We understand modern-day travelers are looking for accessible lodging with enhanced amenities and the continued development of properties in The Red Collection also provides ample opportunity for our franchisee community."

Orlando-bound guests can expect a vibrant and spacious lobby to welcome them featuring an onsite bar/lounge, Orange Marketplace, the hotel's on-site restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, free parking, complimentary shuttle service**, a glistening outdoor pool with sun loungers, 24-hour fitness facility, dedicated business center and meeting rooms. As part of The Red Collection, SPOT X Hotel - Orlando delivers on brand standards including Fast. Free. Verified. Wi-Fi™, a free pet-friendly policy*** and the richest-in-class loyalty program, RediRewards® .

"We look forward to welcoming guests from around the world to our newest property in The Red Collection. SPOT X Hotel- Orlando anticipates guests' needs and offers perks to make their next Orlando vacation memorable," adds Marina MacDonald, Chief Marketing Officer, Red Roof.

SPOT X Hotel - Orlando features bright, fresh and modern room decor. Guests will sleep comfortably with plush bedding and pillows and blackout drapes/curtains. Spa-inspired bathrooms with rainfall showerheads allow guests to relax in spa-like fashion. Each room is accompanied with a 42-inch flat-screen TV with premium channels to keep guests entertained. SPOT X Hotel Orlando also participates in Red Roof's RediClean® program, designed to help keep guests and staff safe.

Conveniently situated in one of the most centrally-located areas of Orlando, SPOT X Hotel - Orlando is only a short drive away from some of the area's most popular attractions. Disney World is less than five miles away and SeaWorld Orlando, Lake Buena Vista Golf Course, House of Blues and Orlando Premium Outlets are all within three miles. SPOT X Hotel - Orlando is only a 20-minute drive from Orlando International Airport (MCO).

For more information or to book at SPOT X Hotel- Orlando, please visit www.redroof.com, call 800.RED.ROOF or visit the property directly.


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