Universal Orlando Resort Offers Jurassic World Themed Rooms

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Until now, the Jurassic Park River Adventure and the Jurassic Park Discovery Center at Universal’s Islands of Adventure were the only opportunities for kids to enter the world of Jurassic Park. Now, in advance of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Universal Orlando Resort unveiled a new opportunity to experience that world.

At the Loews Royal Pacific Resort, kids will be able to stay in Jurassic World themed suites. The beds have been made to allow the children to sleep within the gyrospheres from Jurassic World. The wall behind the kids’ beds has been transformed into a mural of a dinosaur scene, full of pterodactyls, velociraptors and more. The carpet has been specially designed to look like a map of the island valley. The bedding’s design was modeled after the test tubes used in the movie.

The Jurassic World themed suites can sleep up to five people. The rooms offer one king bed in the main adult bedroom, two twin beds in the attached themed kids’ room and the option for an additional rollaway bed. The kids’ room only opens into the adults’ room through a specially designed paddock door.

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Guests who stay at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort will also receive a Universal Express Unlimited two-day park pass for everyone in their party. This special perk will allow users to skip the regular lines for rides.

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