Universal Orlando Resort Announces New On-Site Hotel Development
ORLANDO, Fla.—Universal Parks & Resorts and Loews Hotels & Resorts will build a new hotel development at Universal Orlando. READER COMMENTS
Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort will offer two distinct experiences within the development’s multiple buildings: 900 family suites, capable of sleeping six, that include kitchen areas and 900 standard guest rooms—offering both moderate- and value-priced accommodations. It will be operated by Loews Hotels & Resorts and is scheduled to open in 2014.
The hotel will be themed differently than anything else currently available at Universal Orlando. It will evoke the driving vacations so many Americans grew up enjoying with their families. The new hotel's look will be accented with clean lines, bright, period colors, and touches of neon. Inside areas including the lobby, dining areas and rooms will follow suit. The hotel will have two themed pool areas.
“Our new hotel will give guests an affordable, incredibly themed on-site hotel experience unlike anything else at our resort,” said Tom Williams, chairman and chief executive officer, Universal Parks & Resorts, in an announcement. “Our new family suites and family-value pricing will give our guests on-site options they’ve never had before.”
The hotel will be built on a 37-acre site within Universal Orlando Resort and adjacent to Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Site work will begin soon. Pricing information, opening timeframes and room on-sale dates will be released over time.
“The Cabana Bay Beach Resort furthers our goal of operating special and distinct properties in important markets,” said Paul Whetsell, Loews Hotels & Resorts president and CEO. “This is another important step in our plan to expand the Loews system in major markets across the United States.”
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