Universal’s Endless Summer Resort Hotel opens its second half on December 15, 2020 at Universal Orlando Resort
The second half of the Universal Orlando Summer Resort, the Hostel and quayside suites, will finally open its doors on December 15, 2020.
Despite numerous layoffs at Universal Orlando hotels by owner Loews, they are moving forward with the opening of the second half of their new “value” resort.
Here is a taste of the new complex which will be waiting for customers in December …
We had the opportunity to stay at its sister hotel, the Surfside Inn and Suites, earlier this year and have been very impressed with the quality and the facilities for the price of our room.
Here is the press release via Universal Orlando PR…
ORLANDO, Florida (November 5, 2020) – Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Dockside Inn and Suites, the newest hotel at Universal Orlando Resort, will open to guests for the first time on December 15, 2020 with an insanely low starting rate of $ 79 per night. The Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando will also resume operations on December 1, 2020. Safety and wellness protocols will be in place at both hotels, as at all Universal Orlando hotels and theme parks.
The Loews Portofino Bay Hotel will once again welcome its guests with newly refurbished rooms and suites throughout the hotel. Guests can relax in a setting inspired by the beauty, romance and charm of the picturesque seaside village of Portofino, Italy. A stay at the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel includes complimentary Universal Express Unlimited benefits to skip the regular lines at participating theme park rides and attractions. To book a stay, visit https: //www.universalorlando.
Dockside Inn and Suites will be the destination’s second Value category hotel, joining sister property Surfside Inn and Suites. The extra-affordable resort will add 2,050 rooms, including standard rooms and spacious 2-bedroom suites. And with the low rate of $ 79 per night, the all-new hotel creates an experience of unrivaled value in the Orlando area.
Hosted by the award-winning team at Universal Creative, the Dockside Inn and Suites will make guests feel like they’ve escaped a perfect sunset with the cool and peaceful feel of a beach retreat. This is the destination’s eighth property in partnership with Loews Hotels & Co, offering Universal Orlando guests a variety of hotel options to suit all styles and budgets, with exclusive theme park benefits and a seamless vacation experience.
At the Dockside Inn and Suites, guests can experience all that the hotel and Universal Orlando have to offer, including:
- 2–Bedroom – These suites, which represent more than half of the rooms at Dockside Inn and Suites & Surfside Inn and Suites, can accommodate up to six people and offer guests unparalleled value. With two separate bedrooms, families no longer need two adjoining bedrooms for more space. There is also a kitchenette, a picnic table for meals and outings, and a bathroom with a separate tub and sink so that several people can get ready at the same time. Two-bedroom suites start from $ 120 per night based on a four-night stay.
- Exclusive advantages of the theme park – Hotel guests enjoy exclusive benefits including early admission to theme parks, free and convenient shuttle transportation, room key top-up privileges and more.
- Pier 8 Market – The all-American Pier 8 Market offers casual dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu will have extra-affordable options with most dishes under $ 12, ranging from themed comfort foods to convenient take-out options.
- Impressive amenities – The lobby bar, Sunset Lounge, serves specialty cocktails and is the perfect place to unwind after a day at the theme parks. The hotel will feature two swimming pools and two pool bars, as well as a Universal Orlando vacation planning center, Universal Studios store and more.
To learn more about this brand new hotel or to make a reservation, call 1-888-464-3617 or visit http: //www.universalorlando.
Universal Orlando continues to implement its improved health and safety procedures and guidelines focused on “screening, spacing and sanitizing” throughout its destination, including its hotels. Key measures include the requirement to cover the face, the requirement for temperature controls for guests and team members, improved cleaning of rooms and public areas, capacity management at outlets food and beverage offerings, multiple contactless experiences, and more. For more details on our security measures, please visit: https: //www.universalorlando.
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