Universal Orlando All Set To Re-Open Hotels

Just announced – Universal Orlando Resort is all set to reopen six of its eight hotels starting on June 2nd –  just in time for the three theme parks to start welcoming back guests on June 5th.

This will mean bringing back thousands of laid-off Central Florida workers which will provide some welcome relief for many local families.

Universal Orlando Resort has been closed since March when the Corona Virus pandemic led all Orlando’s major theme parks to close their doors along with their resort hotels.

The theme park giant, has announced the following resorts will be ready for guests planning to visit the attractions:

  • Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando
  • Loews Royal Pacific Resort
  • Loews Sapphire Falls Resort
  • Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort
  • Universal’s Aventura Hotel
  • Universal’s Endless Summer Resort — Surfside Inn & Suites

This will bring 6,200 hotel rooms back online at Universal Orlando Resort

“Guests staying in these hotels will be able to visit the theme parks on June 3 and 4, prior to the public reopening on June 5,” said the company, via a press release.

Reopening plans for the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel and Universal’s Endless Summer Resorts — Dockside Inn & Suites have yet to be announced.

The new sanitation and safety guidelines that have been announced for Universal Orlando Resort hotelsinclude the following:

  • Guests, team members and vendors required to wear face coverings in public areas
  • Team member and vendor temperature checks upon arrival.
  • Guests will be asked to self-screen for Covid-19 symptoms and comply with quarantine orders prior to arrival.
  • Guest will have temperature checks upon arrival and anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will require medical clearance in order to enter the hotel.
  • Hand sanitizer stations in public areas and elevator landings
  • Enhanced cleaning of guest rooms, meeting rooms and public areas with an EPA-approved cleaner and disinfectant
  • Frequent cleaning of high-touch areas such as telephones, remote controls, door handles, light switches, elevators and table tops, among others
  • Food and beverage outlet capacities limited based on latest recommendations and guidelines
  • Social-distancing signs and reminders of social-distancing requirements in high-traffic areas
  • Several contactless experiences for guests, including hotel texting-services, express checkout and contactless room deliveries

Keep an eye on OrlandoAttractions.com for more updates as Florida’s world famous parks, attractions and destination slowly begin to re-open and come back to life – we’re thrilled!