Universal Orlando Resort is known for its thrills. Universal Orlando has 2 theme parks, Universal Studios, and Islands of Adventure; 1 water park, Volcano Bay, as well as a unique shopping and entertainment area, City Walk. There are also 6 resorts within walking distance of City Walk and the theme parks, with 2 resorts that are just a short bus trip away.
Each resort has its own unique feel. From taking guests back to the classic Florida beaches of the 1950s and ’60s to the Pacific islands to the heart of rock-n-roll to the seaside village of Portofino, Italy. Each resort, whether it is a Value, Prime Value, Premium, or Premier, will have differing room styles available, dining and transportation options, and amenities.
Each theme park has its own unique feel and attractions. The lands are movie or character-based themes that immerse guests into the movies. Some themes include Marvel Island, Simpsons, Fast and the Furious, Jurassic Park, Seuss Landing, and the ever-popular, Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
City Walk has prime shopping and unique restaurants and nightlife. From a movie theater, miniature golf, night clubs, immersive dining experiences, City Walk has something for all ages!
Please reach out to any Magic of Mickey travel professional for more details on any of the above destinations or to get started planning your magical vacation!
Universal Studios Hollywood is a perfect addition to a Southern California vacation. These studios are still a working studio site that offers a 60-minute, world-famous tour! Universal Hollywood is also the home to several attractions that you will not find in Orlando such as WaterWorld, Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash (opening March 27th, 2020), and Jurassic World-the Ride.
You’ll find unique shopping and dining opportunities at City Walk. While Universal Hollywood does not have on-site hotels. However, they do have partnerships with area hotels — some within walking distance to the theme park.
Reach out to your preferred travel professional at Magic of Mickey Travel to plan your next Universal Studios or Southern California.