Exploring the New Universal Orlando’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort

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Cabana Bay Beach Resort Sign at Universal Orlando

Universal Orlando is getting nostalgic with the opening of a fabulous new resort offering visitors premium accommodation at an amazingly affordable price. Owned and operated by Universal, the retro themed Cabana Bay Beach Resort features a range of family friendly suites with kitchenettes as well as standard resort style rooms.

Cabana Bay Beach Resort Pool

Cabana Bay Beach Resort 10-lane bowling alley

Cabana Bay Beach Resort Lobby

The resort also boasts a huge selection of fun-filled entertainment options including two enormous swimming pools, a lazy river, bowling alley and more! After wearing yourself out with all the great activities, satisfy your stomach with the mouth-watering burgers and milkshakes from one of the many retro style food vendors.

Situated smack bang in the middle of Universal Orlando’s thrilling theme parks and lively nightlife scene, the Cabana Bay Beach Resort is the perfect accommodation choice for the whole family.

If you want to experience the retro wow-factor of Cabana Bay Beach Resort for yourself, check out this amazing Universal Cabana Bay Beach Resort Stay package from Cruise 1st. As well as seven nights at the fantastic new resort, you’ll also be treated to a range of great perks including complimentary shuttle bus to Universal theme parks and Universal Citywalk, free delivery of merchandise to your hotel and early park admission to the The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Islands of Adventure, Florida

Including return flights from the UK, free tickets to Universal theme parks, seven nights at the Cabana Bay Beach Resort, complimentary transfers and visits to the exotic Caribbean destinations of Cococay (Bahamas), Charlotte Amalie (St. Thomas) and Philipsburg (St. Maarten), this 14 night cruise is the ultimate Orlando experience!

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Sandra Conreen

Sandra has worked in the travel industry for over 20 years and has gained an extensive knowledge of the cruise industry. Sandra regularly writes for the Cruise 1st blog on a wide range of topics from destination guides to cruise line news.

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