Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort opened for guests just a few days ago, and I’ve heard it is fab-u-lous! In case you haven’t heard, it’s an all-new value and moderately-priced property, the fourth onsite hotel at Universal Orlando Resort. I can’t wait to see it! The decor gives it a retro feel reminiscent of the 50’s & 60’s.
The amenities are supposed to be just incredible, too. If you know me, you know I love a lot of amenities when I travel!
- Bowling a strike at the 10-lane Galaxy Bowl
- Channeling the godfather of fitness at the Jack LaLanne Physical Fitness Studio
- Racing down the iconic dive tower waterslide and splashing into a 10,000 square foot zero-entry pool in the Cabana Courtyard
- Enjoying a retro-themed specialty cocktail from Swizzle Lounge or Atomic Tonic
- Finding something delicious for the entire family at Bayliner Diner, a food court with something for everyone to enjoy including a salad bar, burgers, sandwiches, pizza, pasta and grab-and-go items.
I hear that this summer, guests will be able to enjoy even more incredible amenities, including another 8,000-square-foot zero entry pool, Universal Orlando’s first lazy river at an on-site hotel, The Hideaway Bar & Grill, and even more moderately-priced family suites and value-priced standard guest rooms. When all is said and done this Resort will host a total of 1,800 rooms, 900 of theme family suites and the other 900 standard guest rooms.
These suites can sleep up to six people and includes a fold-out foam bed, a kitchenette, two flat screen TVs, a sliding partition for privacy, and space in the bathroom for up to 3 people to get ready at once. Universal really has thought of everything, and this is such a great value for families with at rate of just $174 per night, and can be even lower depending on length of stay. Standard rooms start at just $119, but can be less than $100 depending on length of stay!
Check out this short video featuring Russ Dagon, Vice President and Executive Project Director of Universal Creative.
Dagon really wants people to have an affordable option in Orlando. He shared, “We’ve sought to create a special place where families can spend time together and create long-lasting memories outside of the theme parks. From the moment they step inside, families will be transported back to a different, more relaxing time.”
There is so much to do at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, you’ll want to plan a few days to see it all! To learn more or to make a reservation, call 1-888-273-1311 or visit www.universalorlando.com. Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort is co-owned and managed by Loews Hotels & Resorts.