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Universal Orlando and Loews Hotels & Co. to Offer Hotels for Every Budget

Universal Orlando Resort and Loews Hotels & Co. are raising the roof and lowering rates. The companies will soon offer two high-quality, high-value hotel options for groups looking for theme park thrills and exclusive benefits—with rates starting at less than $100 per night.

Designed by the same Universal Creative team behind the uniquely themed Lowes Portofino Bay Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel, Loews Royal Pacific Resort, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort and Universal's Cabana Bay Resort, the two new hotels are set to open in summer 2019.

Together, the two new hotels will feature 2,800 guest rooms, including 1,450 two-bedroom suites designed to accommodate families of all sizes. Amenities will include a combined three pools; two food courts offering breakfast, lunch and dinner; nearby coffee bars; poolside bars; fitness rooms; car rental facilities and more.


Located just minutes away from Universal Orlando's three theme parks and Universal CityWalk's dining and entertainment options, guests will enjoy Early Park Admission to Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure and the recently opened Universal's Volcano Bay, as well as complimentary transportation.

The new hotels will bring the total number of guest rooms at the destination to 9,000, when combined with the 600-room Universal's Aventura Hotel opening in August 2018.

Courtesy of Groups Today.

Photo Courtesy of Universal Orlando Resort.


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