Universal Orlando announces Universal’s Endless Summer Resort, with new hotels opening in 2019 & 2020

in Hotel, Theme Parks, Travel, Universal Orlando

Back in November, Universal Orlando announced two new hotels were on the way, and today they revealed the names of the upcoming resorts.

Part of a complex known as Universal’s Endless Summer Resort, the two new hotels are called Surfside Inn and Suites and Dockside Inn and Suites. Like the existing hotels at Universal Orlando Resort, these new options are a partnership with Loews Hotels & Co. Guests can enjoy relaxed, beachy vibes throughout both of the new resorts.

As previously promised, the new locations are also budget-friendly. Both hotels offer rates as low as $73 per night as part of Universal Orlando’s new Value hotel category.

Surfside Inn and Suites and Dockside Inn and Suites include all the benefits of staying at a Universal Orlando Resort hotel. Guests can enjoy early park admission as well as free shuttle transportation to and from the three theme parks and Universal CityWalk.

Many of the rooms at the new hotels are spacious enough to accommodate the whole family. More than half the rooms across both resorts (1,450 total) are 2-bedroom suites. These suites include two separate bedrooms, a kitchenette and dining area, and bathroom with separate shower and vanity. The 2-bedroom suites start at $111 per night and sleep up to six people.

Surfside Inn and Suites opens first in summer 2019, and Dockside Inn and Suites arrives in 2020. 

Source: Universal Orlando



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