Universal Orlando Resort Announces Grand Opening of Endless Summer Resort

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Universal Orlando Resort announced on November 5 that the grand opening of its new Endless Summer Resort — Dockside Inn and Suites is set to take place on December 15, 2020. The resort is set to open with a low starting rate of only $79 per night. The new Dockside Inn also feature two bedroom suites and sleep up to six, starting at $120 per night for four nights. Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando will resume operations on December 1 with all safety and well-being protocols in place throughout both hotels.

Loews Portofino Bay Hotel will welcome back guests with newly-renovated rooms and suites throughout the hotel. Guests can relax in surroundings inspired by romance and charm of Portofino, Italy. A stay at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel includes free Universal Express Unlimited benefits to skip the regular lines at participating rides and attractions at the theme parks. To book a stay, visit Loews Universal.

Dockside Inn and Suites will be the second hotel in the destination’s Value category, joining sister property Surfside Inns and Suites. The affordable resort will add 2,050 guest rooms, featuring standard rooms and spacious 2-Bedroom Suites, helping to create a value and experience unmatched in the Orlando area. In partnership with Loews Hotels, the new Dockside Inn and Suites property is the eighth partnership with Universal to give guests that unforgettable vacation, complete with exclusive theme park benefits such as early admission, complimentary shuttle bus transportation, and charging with their room keys within the park itself. To learn more about this brand new hotel or to make a reservation, call 1-888-464-3617 or visit Universal Dockside Inn and Suites.

Universal Orlando continues to implement its enhanced health and safety procedures and guidelines focused on “screening, spacing, and sanitization” across its entire destination, including its hotels. Key measures include requiring face coverings, requiring temperature checks for guests and team members, enhanced cleaning of guest rooms and public areas, managing capacity at food and beverage outlets, offering several contactless experiences, and more. For more details on safety measures, please visit Universal Safety.

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