You can now book your clients’ stay at Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Dockside Inn and Suites, opening May 2020.
This coastal-themed hotel inspired by breathtaking sunsets will join its sister property, Surfside Inn and Suites, in the destination’s all-new Value hotel category. With rates starting at $76 per night, Universal Orlando now offers a hotel for every style and budget, complete with exclusive benefits and a seamless vacation experience at the destination’s most affordable rates.
More than 2,000 rooms
The destination’s newest hotel will offer 2,050 relaxed and casual guest rooms and suites. Families needing a bit more space will find it easy to spread out and unwind in the 2-Bedroom Suites, which start at $115 per night for a seven-night stay. These suites sleep six comfortably and feature a kitchenette and separate bath and vanity areas, so the whole family can get ready in time to experience Early Park Admission.
Guests at both Surfside Inn and Suites & Dockside Inn and Suites can take advantage of exclusive Universal Orlando benefits to enjoy an epic vacation, including:
- Early Park Admission – allowing them to breeze into one of Universal Orlando’s three amazing theme parks an hour before everyone else
- Quick, complimentary shuttle bus transportation to and from the theme parks and Universal CityWalk
- Destination-wide charging privileges with their room key
- Complimentary delivery of merchandise purchased throughout the resort to their hotel
Sand, sea, and sunsets
Universal’s Endless Summer Resort was brought to life by the Universal Creative team. This is the place where the sand vibe of Dockside Inn and Suites meets the ocean theming at Surfside Inn and Suites. Dockside Inn and Suites will feature tranquil surroundings inspired by sand, sea and colorful sunsets. It’s the perfect complement to its vibrant, ocean and surf-inspired sister hotel, Surfside Inn and Suites, which opens summer 2019.
Both hotels at Universal’s Endless Summer Resort will be located minutes away from Universal Orlando’s three theme parks – Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay – as well as its dining and entertainment complex – Universal CityWalk. With these new additions, the partnership between Loews Hotels & Co and Universal Orlando will now own and operate eight distinct hotels across the destination, offering Premier, Preferred, Prime Value and Value hotel categories.