Universal’s Endless Summer Resort Now Accepting Reservations

by Jessica Montevago
Universal’s Endless Summer Resort Now Accepting Reservations

The value hotel has rates starting at $76 per night. Photo: Universal


Reservations are now open at Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Dockside Inn and Suites, with rates starting at $76 per night.

Opening May 2020, the value hotel will join its sister property, Surfside Inn and Suites. The coastal-themed hotel will offer 2,050 guestrooms and suites. Families needing more space can book the two-bedroom suite, which start at $115 per night for a seven-night stay. These suites sleep six comfortably and feature a kitchenette and separate bath and vanity areas.

Guests at both Surfside Inn and Suites & Dockside Inn and Suites will have access to early park admission, complimentary shuttle bus transportation, and complimentary delivery of merchandise.

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