Loews Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Orlando Now Accepting Reservations

Loews Sapphire Falls ResortThe new Loews Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Orlando, set to debut in summer 2016, is now accepting reservations. 

The 1,000 room, Caribbean themed property will be the newest on-site hotel at Universal Orlando, bringing the number of hotels to five and the number of on-site hotel rooms to 5,200. 

Built around a tropical lagoon with a waterfall, the hotel will also have Universal Orlando’s largest on-site, zero-entry pool at 16,000 square-feet, with a white sand beach, a water slide, cabanas and fire pit.


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Dining options will include Amatista Cookhouse, a Caribbean-inspired restaurant with open exhibition kitchen and outdoor dining; Strong Water Tavern, a destination lobby lounge overlooking the hotel’s waterfalls and offering a tapas-style menu; Drhum Club Kantine, a poolside bar and grill; New Dutch Trading Co., a quick-service marketplace off the lobby; and 24-hour room service.

With value season rates starting at $119 per night for a seven-night stay or $143 per night for a four-night stay and summer season rates from $176 per night for a seven-night stay or $206 per night for a four-night stay, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort will be a preferred on-site hotel, with guest benefits that include:

  • Early theme park admission
  • Complimentary water taxi service and shuttle bus transportation to the theme parks and Universal CityWalk
  • Complimentary delivery of merchandise purchased throughout the resort to their hotel
  • Resort-wide charging privileges with their room key

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