Two hotels will comprise the resort, which spans Universal Blvd.: Surfside Inn and Suites and Dockside Inn and Suites. Surfside will be the first to open, in 2019, while Dockside will follow the next year, in 2020. That makes three annual hotel debuts in a row for Universal, following this summer's opening of the Aventura Hotel.
Universal's Endless Summer Resort will offer a total of 4,000 rooms, including 1,450 two-bedroom suites. These will be Universal's lowest-priced hotel rooms, with rates starting as low as $73 per night for the traditional rooms and $111 a night for the suites. The suites will sleep up to six visitors and will include a kitchenette and dining area in addition to the bathroom with a separate shower and vanity.
This will be Universal's first official "Value" designated resort. You can put the three original Universal Orlando hotels — Portofino Bay, Hard Rock, and Royal Pacific — into the top tier at the resort, as they include the complimentary Universal Express Unlimited line-skipping benefit. That leaves the remaining three hotels — the Sapphire Falls, Cabana Bay, and upcoming Aventura — for a middle tier.Tweet
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