Earlier today, the Universal Orlando Resort officially released some interesting information about one of their newest hotel, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort.
This new resort will open its doors in 2016, becoming the fifth on-site hotel at Universal Orlando. To build on the excitement (themed hotels can definitely be a very important part of the overall Guest experience), the official blog of the resort released new renderings showing areas that will be found within the hotel.

Let's begin with a rendering of the main lobby of this hotel, which will have a rather distinctive look:

The hotel's 16,000 sq. ft. pool will feature rockwork, a waterfall, a water slide, and a massive fire pit right next to it (according to the blog, it will be the largest pool across the five on-site hotels).

The hotel will include 1,000 guest rooms and 83 suites. The rooms will feature amenities like free wi-fi, a flat screen TV and incredible views (prices change based on the location of the room, of course).

The resort will offer restaurants and lounges with many exciting options inspired by Caribbean cuisine:
  • Strong Water Tavern – This lounge serves lunch and dinner and will be a great place for relaxing after a long day, even offering daily rum tastings;
  • Drhum Club Katine – Relax by the pool and enjoy some Caribbean-infused drinks;
  • Amatista Cookhouse – With an open exhibition kitchen, you can watch chefs prepare Caribbean fare right in front of you for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. This restaurant will overlook the lagoon.
The Strong Water Tavern will surely be a great place to dine at. Here's a rendering of this restaurant

Here's a conceptual rendering of the Amatista Cookhouse. This will be another quite popular location:

Plus, when you stay at this resort, you’ll get to enjoy plenty of perks, including the following:
  • Early Park Admission one hour before the theme park opens (theme park admission required);
  • Complimentary transportation to both theme parks and Universal CityWalk;
  • Complimentary delivery of merchandise purchased throughout the resort to your hotel;
  • Resort-wide charging privileges with your room key card;
  • Complimentary scheduled transportation to Wet ‘n Wild water park, SeaWorld, and Aquatica;
  • Universal Orlando character appearances with some of your favorite theme park characters.
Loews Sapphire Falls Resort will also be a great place to hold meetings. Here's a rendering of one of their meeting rooms (click here to learn more about their convention center and their offerings):

Those interested in booking a stay or wanting more details on hotel benefits should click on this link.

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2 Comment(s):

Jessica said...

No express pass? It looks very nice and would try it out if they offered express pass.

Peter T said...

I know these are just impressions, but I am a little disappointed with the room and bathroom. The basic size and layout look the same as cabana bay. Would have expected bigger and different seeing as this was supposed to be moderate to deluxe whereas cabana bay is supposed to be value to moderate.

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