Two New Hotels Offer More Options to Play at Universal Orlando Resort

Two New Hotels Offer More Options to Play at Universal Orlando Resort

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Not one, but TWO new hotels are coming to Universal Orlando Resort.

And here’s the best part… Both hotels will offer our lowest price tag yet, with nightly rates starting at less than $100.

Of course, when you stay at the new hotels you’ll enjoy the awesome benefits that come with staying at a Universal Orlando hotel. Early Park Admission to our three theme parks, complimentary transportation across the destination and resort-wide charging privileges are included.Universal's Aventura HotelBut don’t let that price tag fool you. This new hotel complex will be a destination unto itself. Guests will enjoy the sun, surf and sand with a laid-back coastal feel. Vibrant and natural colors will set a free-spirited and beachy tone, inviting you to hang loose and enjoy your family vacation. Not to mention three pools, poolside bars, two food courts, coffee bars and fitness centers, just to name a few of the amenities.

So to recap, that’s theme park thrills, exclusive benefits and a seamless Universal Orlando experience with nightly rates starting below Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort and Universal’s Aventura Hotel.

The new hotels will be located at the intersection of Universal Blvd. and International Drive, just minutes away from Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Universal’s Volcano Bay and Universal CityWalk’s dining and entertainment options.

We’ll begin accepting reservations in early 2018 – sign up for emails and stay tuned to the blog for more details.

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8 comments

  1. Brenda Fernandez

    With the love of movies in my heart and the love of all things Harry Potter the dream is to one day stay on property part of my Bucket dream list. Don’t know when, and how but I’m going to make this happen.

  2. Bob

    Too bad that this is another resort that doesn’t have balconies. Nothing like being cooped up in a jail cell of a hotel room.

  3. Brandon

    Universal only has 2 parks.
    And a water park. Sorry… but that IS NOT a theme park. As much as you may want to tell everyone that it is.

    • Sean

      Spent all day at the THEMED water park it seemed like a tropic island not just concrete and water slides. and I guess we timed it right never stood in line more then 10 minutes at any ride.

    • Becca

      Umm I don’t think you understand what a theme park is, actually.

  4. Debbie

    How far of a walk will the Aventura to the park entrances? Not a fan of the bus transport.

  5. Jennifer

    I wonder if one or both the new hotels will be pet friendly like some of their other hotels. It seems the lower price hotels are not pet friendly.