Inspired by the adventurous spirit and exotic destinations of the Golden Age of Travel, designers have completed the renovation of all the rooms of the Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando. The new look captures the tranquil serenity and bold heritage that embodies the spirit of the islands. With its on-site location at the Universal Orlando Resort, the themed hotel offers guests a modern sense of adventure, filled with the excitement of two world-class theme parks.

“Our new rooms are vibrant and luxurious, evoking the romance of traveling to the South Pacific” says Complex Managing Director Barb Bowden. “Combined with an extensive upgrade and renovation to the bathrooms, it is an entirely new room product for our guests to experience.” 

The guest rooms reflect the magic that exotic destinations in the South Pacific cast over traveler’s hearts at the turn of the 20th century, as well as today. The color palette was inspired by the islands, with sandy neutrals punctuated with hints of turquoise and tangerine reminiscent of sand, water and flowers. Gray and charcoal accents tie back to the lava and harder elements of the islands.

Custom furniture pieces make use of leather strapping details, metal corner guards, buckles and rivets, all elements found in vintage luggage, steamer trunks and majestic steamships. A focal point in the new rooms is the accent wall, where a custom graphic creates an art moment showcasing the flora, fauna and native motifs of the South Seas. 

Guests staying at Loews Royal Pacific Resort receive an exclusive package of theme park benefits at Universal Studios Florida and the neighboring Islands of Adventure, including free Universal Express Unlimited ride access to skip regular lines (theme park admission required) and Early Park Admission.

The 1,000-room hotel is located a short walk, complimentary water taxi, or shuttle bus ride away from both parks. Guests can also enjoy exceptional cuisine in many restaurants and lounges, complimentary Wi-Fi, a weekly luau dinner and show, and a lagoon-style swimming pool with private cabanas. 

Click here for more information or to book a stay at Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando. 

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9 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

This renovation has been going on for months now, with pictures scatted on the web. Does this announcement mean all rooms are completed?

I'd love to stay at Universal (especially because they are pet friendly.) But, it's too bad none of their rooms have balconies. It's that fact alone that has me always looking elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

Did you ever consider that the fact that Uni hotels don't have balconies is what helps make them pet friendly?

Anonymous said...

The Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal has a limited number of rooms with balconies. It is a wonderful hotel and our absolute favorite.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't register tranquility with me, and not much in the way of 'pacific' let alone south pacific/ Polynesian. Just seems forced and unnatural. These are all nice resorts though and in the end its more about what's outside than inside.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing - the rooms look nice. I stayed there last summer and had a great stay! 👍

Anonymous said...

reading about pet friendly rooms ... i hope after paying over £215 a night i don't get one that has had a dog or any other animal in it

Anonymous said...

Pet friendly: its what Motel 6 is for.

I have to agree with the anonymous poster @ 6:45pm
The original room design ( we visited only a few months after the RP opened ) had a real Polynesian feel to it. Complete with complimentary leis and fruit platter it had true Pacific overtones.
The new deign looks cool and contemporary which , in itself , is no bad thing. However the Pacific feel might have been compromised by this and the RP may have lost it's identity somewhat.

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