First look at Universal Orlando's two new hotels opening from this summer with 4,000 rooms starting at £15 a night

UNIVERSAL Orlando have released new first images of what their two new hotels will look like when they open later this year.

The theme park previously announced the launch of two new resorts – the Surfside Inn and Suites and Dockside Inn and Suites.

Located on either side of Universal Boulevard, the two new structures are part of Universal's Endless Summer Resort and will offer 4,000 rooms, which include 1,450 two bedroom suites.

They are also the most affordable of the Universal hotels – with some costing just £15 per person per night.

Surfside Inn and Suites is based on the beachy environment, with yellows and blues used throughout.

A sand-effect flooring used in the lobby while surfboard lights and swimming pools embrace the wave theme.



Dockside Inn, however, uses wood colours and textures throughout for a muted hotel ambience.

Rustic wooden beams and mottled ceilings will mimic the naturistic effect.

The cheapest deal for families is to book a two person suite which works out at £89 per night at Dockside or £14.83 per person per night.

Guests of the hotels will still be able to enjoy the theme parks, with the resort linked to Universal Orlando.


Regular bus services are available to and from the park and guests will be given Early Park Admission perks as part of their stay.

However, with swimming pools, poolside bars and dining courts, families may find it hard to tear themselves away.

Surfside Inn and Suites is to open in on June 27, 2019, while Dockside Inn and Suites will open next year in 2020.

Reservations for the rooms are already open on the Universal Orlando website.

Guests at Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter can uncover some of the park's best keep secrets when visiting, Sun Online Travel previously revealed.

Looking down on the floor reveals gold plaques which explain how to perform certain spells, while the best view of the castle is found on the bridge between the Wizarding World and the Jurassic Park area.

Holidays to Florida don't have to be expensive – a bargain can be found online with a week holiday in Kissimmee just £406 per person.

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