Universal Orlando's largest on-site hotel is going to get even bigger in the future. Yesterday morning, the official Universal Orlando Blog confirmed that two new towers will soon be built next to the existing hotel, adding a total of 400 new rooms, many of which will provide some truly amazing views of Volcano Bay (Universal's new water park that is currently scheduled to open in 2017).
The two new towers will open in 2017. No opening date has been released yet.

Here you are the complete post, as seen on the official Universal Orlando blog:

"The first time I set foot on what was then the empty land that would become Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort, I remember thinking—and pardon the cliché, but I have to go there—”if you build it, they will come.” My next thought was “I really need to get a pair of work boots.”

Those boots came in handy, as we hiked around on tours, photo shoots, video shoots and more as the hotel came out of the ground.

Soon, we’ll begin work on two new towers, with 400 additional guest rooms, at the south end of the property near the Continental and Americana Towers. Set to open in 2017, some of these rooms will have amazing views of Universal’s Volcano Bay.

We’ll be sharing more details as the project moves ahead and, of course, we’ll let you know when we start accepting reservations for the new towers.

These days, my work boots are back out. Not only because of this upcoming expansion, but also because of Loews Sapphire Falls Resort, which is rising up from a site between Cabana Bay Beach Resort and Loews Royal Pacific Resort. [...]"

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