Does Universal Hollywood have an attached hotel with front of line access included with the stay like in Orlando? I can't find any mention of it. Thanks
Universal Studios Hollywood is much more geared toward day visitors and tourists visiting LA for other attractions, so they do not have any onsite hotels. In order to get front of the line access, you must purchase it with your ticket (or upgrade inside the park), and it only grants access once at each attraction. The park is small enough that you can easily do everything in a full day, so unless you only have a half-day or are visiting on a holiday weekend it really isn't worth the cost.
AJ is correct.
The draw of Universal Hollywood isn't so much that it is a theme park, but rather this IS Universal Studios. In other words, this is where they make the movies.
A majority of people just go there for a day or two. I would consider going to Disneyland or Knotts and making a day trip to USH
Universal Hollywood is planning on building a hotel in the future, but that's still years away. Unlike Disney and Universal Orlando, Universal Studios Hollywood isn't a vacation destination, most people either live nearby, or go there while they're in L.A. doing other stuff. Comcast/Universal is working on changing that over the next 10-15 years, and adding a hotel is part of that plan.
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