Fancy a spring getaway? Universal Orlando Resort has just the deal, inviting guests to take advantage of an incredible deal to save 40% on a 4-day, 4-night hotel and ticket vacation package starting at $ 1,388, after savings, based on ‘a family of four.
- This limited time offer includes:
- Four days of fun and park-to-park access at Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure: Home to over 50 immersive experiences across the two theme parks – including soaring through the Forbidden Forest on the epic “story coaster” Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Moto Adventure in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade and jumping in Jason Bourne’s action-packed world in the first stunt show of its kind, The Bourne Stuntacular.
- Four-night accommodation at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort: Guests can enjoy lively, retro-themed rooms and fun for the whole family, including floating around the Lazy River and two huge zero-entry pools, strike at the 10-lane Galaxy Bowl, and savor something sweet or savory at Bayliner Diner, which offers a varied menu and take-out options. In addition, Universal Orlando hotel guests enjoy exclusive theme park benefits, such as early park admission to access parks one hour before the general public, free transportation throughout the destination, and delivery of goods purchased at theme parks and Universal CityWalk to their hotel – and more.
- To benefit from the 40% savings, the vacation package must include travel dates Sunday through Thursday and the reservation must be made by April 19, 2021, for travel through June 24, 2021. Blocking dates and restrictions apply.
- Customers can start booking their vacation package today or visit www.UniversalOrlando.com for additional options with weekend dates. Offer valid for residents of the United States and Canada.
- Universal Orlando continues to implement its improved health and safety procedures and guidelines focused on âscreen, spacing and disinfectionâ. Key measures include screening guests and team members, enforcing social distancing, requiring face cover, limiting capacity at theme parks, attractions, and hotels, and the increase in already aggressive cleaning and disinfection procedures.