The Sunshine State is calling you to the ACT 44th Annual Meeting, to be held at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Florida, November 12–15, 2023. Orlando is known as “The City Beautiful,” with the city’s many museums, parks, and public plazas all contributing to an attractive urban landscape. Orlando features spectacular weather, a range of diverse neighborhoods, and a thriving cultural scene surrounded by the natural beauty of palm trees and sandy shores.
The Rosen Shingle Creek opened in late 2006 and displays Florida’s southern charm. The hotel provides an exciting array of amenities, including twelve unique restaurants and bars, a world class spa, and a beautiful golf course.
The Rosen Shingle Creek is located 20 miles from downtown Orlando and 10 minutes from Orlando International Airport (MCO). Downtown Orlando is easily accessible via the Sunrail commuter train, located 15 minutes from the hotel property. The hotel is also convenient to Universal Studios amusement park and transportation is provided by the hotel.
Orlando is known for its tropical climate. Visitors should consider the humidity in Orlando, which is at its highest during the autumn season. Be sure to bring a variety of clothing, including a lightweight jacket, shorts, pants, short and long-sleeved shirts, and sweaters for layering, especially in the meeting space. As always, generous sun protection is encouraged.
With cooler, comfortable temperatures and the lightest amount of rainfall all year, November is a perfect time for visiting the Orlando area and participating in outdoor adventures. November temperatures average a high of 72°F and a low of 59°F.
Florida is the ideal destination for activities, events, and adventures, and the Rosen Shingle Creek places you at the heart of it all. Below are just a few of the activities that Orlando has to offer!
Museum of Illusions Orlando (2 miles) is a mind-bending indoor museum that invites you to enter the fascinating world of illusions. Learn about vision, perception, and science as you move through over 50 exhibits designed to challenge the senses.
SeaWorld (3 miles) is an award winning marine zoological theme park, with a new surfing-themed roller coaster opening in 2023.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition (4 miles) exclusively features 17 galleries in a 20,000 square foot interactive museum.
Universal Studios (6 miles) hosts a variety of attractions based on movies, television, and other aspects of the entertainment industry, including the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Walt Disney World (12 miles) is an entertainment resort complex featuring four theme parks, two water adventure parks, five golf courses, and Disney Springs, an entertainment-shopping-dining experience.
Harry P. Leu Gardens (16 miles) is a 50-acre botanical garden full of blooming flowers, tropical plants, scenic vistas, and easy-to-walk trails.
Orlando Museum of Art (16 miles) is a nonprofit organization directly serving greater Orlando, Orange County, and Central Florida. Founded in 1924 by a group of art enthusiasts, the museum's mission is to inspire creativity, passion, and intellectual curiosity by connecting people with art and innovative ideas.
Orlando is a shopper’s paradise like no other. Between expansive malls offering luxury goods and unforgettable experiences, designer outlets where top brands can be had at discount prices, one-of-a-kind finds at bespoke boutiques, and world-famous retail, dining and entertainment districts, Orlando makes shopping dreams come true.
The Mall at Millenia (6 miles) is the major upscale shopping destination in the Orlando area, attracting tourists desiring luxury stores.
Orlando Outlet Marketplace (6 miles) is an outdoor outlet mall along the northern end of International Drive, featuring popular stores like Nike, Old Navy, Reebok, and Saks Fifth Avenue.
SODO Shopping Center (12 miles) is an urban complex of national chain stores, specialty boutiques, and dining.