There’s big news today from Universal Orlando Resort — Reservations are now being accepted at their new on-site Loews Sapphire Falls Resort for stays beginning July 14, 2016.
A Look Inside
As Universal Orlando’s fifth on-site resort, the theming and decor of this resort features a Caribbean vibe with a modern feel. It will also be home to Universal Orlando’s largest on-site, zero-entry pool at 16,000 square-feet, with a white sand beach, water slide, cabanas and a fire pit. Sign me up – I’m ready to stay!
Dining options will include Amatista Cookhouse, a Caribbean-inspired restaurant with open exhibition kitchen and outdoor dining; Strong Water Tavern, a destination lobby lounge overlooking the hotel’s towering waterfalls and offering a tapas-style menu; Drhum Club Kantine, a poolside bar and grill serving freshly-grilled fare and specialty cocktails; New Dutch Trading Co., a quick-service marketplace; and 24-hour room service.
Pricing at Loews Sapphire Falls Resort
With bookings now available for stays beginning on July 16, 2016 – here’s the scoop directly from Universal Orlando Resort on the pricing for this new property —
Value season rates starting at $119 per night for a seven-night stay or $143 per night for a four-night stay and summer season rates from $176 per night for a seven-night stay or $206 per night for a four-night stay.
On-Site Guest Benefits
Guests staying on property will receive early theme park admission, complimentary water taxi service and shuttle bus transportation to the theme parks and Universal CityWalk, complimentary delivery of merchandise purchased throughout the resort to the resort and resort-wide charging privileges with their room key.
So far there’s no word on whether the Universal ExpressPass will be a part of the benefits, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed.
How To Book Reservations
Go to universalorlando.com or call 800.BE.A.STAR (232-7827) to book your reservations at the Loews Sapphire Falls Resort.
It is fun to see the construction process and I’m already looking forward to relaxing by that tropical pool — and of course, taking the water taxi to the parks too!
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