It will offer yet another value priced option when choosing from the wide range of hotels at this amazing destination and will bring affordable-chic to life on-site. Guests will surely be amazed as they arrive to this 16-story tower that will soar through Florida's sky, with sunshine and clouds reflecting in its all-glass design.
Hopefully it won't be seen from within the park. Although Universal is less concerned with sightlines than Disney (out of necessity due to the density of the park and the proximity to tall structures outside the park), it still takes away from the immersion of a theme park.
Excellent point there Jason.
I think sightlines are important both within the Parks and on the outside perimeters. I had concerns over the Harry Potter area dominating the skyline behind Jurassic Park. It doesn't bother some but , to my mind, poor camouflaging detracts from the ambience of an area and, as Jason points out, how immersed in a theme you can become.
Disney go to great lengths to address this but Universal might have considered the effect that something like Rip Ride Rockit has throughout the Park. It pervades almost every area and, as good a ride as it may be, it should not be compromising other attractions.
You may want to fix the "Renderings 2016 Walt Disney World Resort" part.