Universal Orlando this morning revealed the opening date for the second phase of its Endless Summer value-priced resort.
Universal and its partner Loews Hotels are now taking reservations for Universal's Endless Summer Resort - Dockside Inn and Suites, which will start accepting guests in May 2020. Prices start at just $89 a night for the budget-priced hotel, which is going up on the site of the former Wet 'n' Wild water park.
Dockside's sister hotel next door, Universal's Endless Summer Resort - Surfside Inn and Suites, will open this August. Reservations have been available for that hotel for a few months now, with its rates starting at $85 a night. These promotional rates for both hotels are based on a four-night stay.
The two Endless Summer hotels together will offer a total of 4,000 rooms, including 1,450 two-bedroom suites. That brings the total number of hotel rooms available at the Universal Orlando Resort to more than 10,000, reaching a major benchmark in NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke's vision for the resort.
Standard rooms in Dockside will include two queen beds while the 440-square-foot two-bedroom suites will include one queen bed in the master bedroom and two queen beds in the main room. Benefits will include Early Park Admission to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Volcano Bay, as well as complimentary bus transportation to all parks.Tweet
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