Countdown to opening day!
Check out this photo of the fabulous new pool at the Cabana Bay Beach Resort Hotel at Universal Orlando.
This retro inspired hotel will be the 4th on-site property at Universal Orlando and opens March 31st.
Doesn’t the pool look so inviting??? We’ve stayed at the Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando and loved it, but now I’m excited to explore this new “retro” option as the photos look incredible and since it’s an on-site resort, you’ll get all the bonus benefits of staying on Universal property here as well.
Cabana Bay Beach Resort Hotel at Universal Orlando Details
More official info about this new retro inspired resort at Universal:
Cabana Bay Beach Resort will open with a 10,000 sq. ft. zero-entry pool with iconic dive tower waterslide, 10-lane bowling alley, and family suites that sleep up to six and much more.
This summer, guests will be able to enjoy even more family fun, including a second 8,000-square-foot zero entry pool, Universal Orlando’s first lazy river at an on-site hotel, The Hideaway Bar & Grill, and additional moderately-priced family suites and value-priced standard guest rooms.
Rooms: 900 Guest Rooms and 900 Family Suites, each with colorful “retro” décor.
Pricing: Starting at $119 per night for guest rooms and $174 per night for family suites.
Dining: Food court serving American classics and international fare. The resort also offers light bites in the bowling alley and in the South Courtyard.
How to Book: Visit universalorlando.com or call 888-273-1311.
12 thoughts on “Cabana Bay Beach Resort Hotel at Universal Orlando Opens March 31st #UniversalOrlando”
My family stayed at this resort and by the end of the trip we were covered by bug bites from the hotel. I looked up the bugs that we found and they looked identical to bed bugs. The pizza tastes like cafeteria room pizza. The pool is yellow tinged from all the pee in it. The hotel is totally gross.
I told the hotel upon checking out that there were bugs all over my room and the check out person just replied with “ok” and wrote on a piece of paper the initials BB, which I’m assuming meant bed bugs and was written that way as to not inform/alert other incoming guests. Then I called on three occasions and was put on hold for nearly an hour on all calls. I can see why people probably just leave and don’t report things, because it’s nearly impossible to get in touch with anyone in management. Finally after about a dozen calls I got a hold of Cody, a manager and he said they had checked the room and their was no bed bugs or any other bugs for that matter. It’s my opinion that they are just covering up the situation due to the busy holiday weekend. They just want to sweep the issue under the rug.
Don’t stay here unless you want to get bit up by bugs!!!
I wish i had seen your post prior to our November stay….we stayed there and I saw bugs but just assumed they were normal Florida bugs and we thought we were getting bit by mosquitoes —-Now found out we brought them home …the bugs were crawling all over our suitcases and got in our clothes, Now they are in my house I have thrown all our furniture away, ripped up all our carpeting, fumigated and still having issues. Our lovely family vacation has turned our home into a NIGHTMARE!!!