Today, Universal’s Aventura Hotel officially welcomed back guests, marking the first time since the pandemic that all Universal Orlando Resort hotels are open and available to book. Guests now have eight amazing hotels to choose from – offering something for every style and budget.
With four resort categories to choose from – Premier, Preferred, Prime Value and Value – guests can stay in luxurious suites like the Despicable Me Kid’s Suite at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel and the Jurassic World Kid’s Suite at Loews Royal Pacific Resort, to 2-Bedroom Suites at Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Dockside Inn and Suites & Surfside Inn and Suites. All hotel guests receive exclusive benefits including Early Park Admission to the theme parks, complimentary and convenient shuttle bus transportation, charging privileges with their room key and more. Universal Orlando’s hotel portfolio has the perfect option for any travel party.
Guests planning their next visit to Universal Orlando this summer are in for the thrills of a lifetime. Now open at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Jurassic World VelociCoaster is Florida’s fastest and tallest launch coaster and is the first coaster based on the blockbuster Jurassic film franchise. Spanning more than 4,700 feet of track and reaching heights of up to 155 feet, the coaster’s signature maneuvers will have guests twisting and soaring above land, barrel rolling just inches above water, speeding through near-misses and launches within the Raptor paddock.
At Universal Orlando’s newest Value hotel, Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Dockside Inn and Suites, rates begin at $88 per night based on a four-night stay for travel dates between August 29 – September 30, and November 28 – December 23, 2021. Click here for more details.