Orlando, FL. – Universal Orlando Resort features four magnificently themed on-site hotels that offer unique, world-class experiences and incredible accommodations. With three distinct hotel categories – premier, preferred and prime value – that focus on a variety of guest needs from convenience and service to amenities and affordability, guests can choose the perfect resort to suit their needs.
PREMIER — Beautiful escapes offering distinguished service, spacious accommodations, and one-of-a-kind experiences.
Nestled along a picturesque bay, Loews Portofino Bay Hotel is a re-creation of the famed seaside village of Portofino, Italy, right down to the cobblestone streets and outdoor cafes. The hotel features 750 rooms and eight restaurants and lounges. Guests can relax, unwind and cool off after their adventures in the theme parks at one of the hotel’s three themed swimming pools or at the Mandara Spa – which offers a wide range of services from massages to skin care and body treatments.
Designed as if it were the estate of a former rock star, Hard Rock Hotel features a priceless collection of rock memorabilia. The 650-room hotel showcases the mission style of a true “Hotel California,” where “you can check out but you can never leave.” The centerpiece of the hotel is a massive pool, featuring a sand beach, water slide, hot tubs, interactive fountains and an underwater sound system to ensure that guests don’t miss a beat. Dining experiences at the hotel range from the American cuisine served in The Kitchen to the famed Palm Restaurant and the ultra-hip Velvet Bar.
PREFERRED — Relaxing getaways offering the perfect blend of resort conveniences and amenities.
Guests can kick back and enjoy the beauty of the islands at Loews Royal Pacific Resort – a tropical paradise complete with swaying palm trees, sparkling waterfalls and exquisite Balinese wood carvings. Featuring 1,000 rooms and suites, Loews Royal Pacific Resort infuses the spirit of “Aloha” into the guest experience. The hotel’s palm tree-lined pool area features a huge lagoon-style swimming pool, hot tubs, beach volleyball and the Royal Bali Sea, an interactive water play area for children. Dining experiences include a weekly Polynesian luau, a lobby sushi bar, a gastropub and Emeril’s Tchoup Chop.
Built around a lush, tropical lagoon and a towering waterfall, the new, 1,000-room Caribbean-themed hideaway will be the fifth on-site hotel at Universal Orlando Resort. The unforgettable island escape will feature Universal Orlando’s largest on-site, zero-entry pool at 16,000 square-feet, with a white sand beach, a water slide, cabanas and a fire pit. Dining options will include a Caribbean-inspired full-service restaurant with an open exhibition kitchen and outdoor dining; a destination lobby lounge offering a tapas-style menu and rum tastings, pool bar and grill; a quick-service marketplace and 24-hour room service.
— Stylish resorts with family suites and rooms designed for fun and affordability.
Universal Orlando’s newest addition is Cabana Bay Beach Resort, which evokes the classic, retro-feel of iconic beach resorts from the 1950s and 60s. The 1,800-room hotel features a stunning design with bold colors, retro-inspired architecture and sweeping vistas that transport guests back to a time of relaxation and endless family fun. Amenities include 900 standard guest rooms, 900 family suites, two spectacular pools, a lazy river and a bowling alley.
All hotels are conveniently located within walking distance of Universal’s two amazing theme parks and offer incredible guest benefits, including complimentary transportation to the theme parks and Universal CityWalk, early park admission to the theme parks, resort-wide charging privileges with their room key and much more. Plus, guests who stay at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel and Loews Royal Pacific Resort receive complimentary Universal Express access to bypass the regular lines at participating attractions in Universal Studios and Universal’s Islands of Adventure.