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4 reasons to combine a Royal Caribbean cruise with a stay at Universal Orlando Resort

4 reasons to combine a Royal Caribbean cruise with a stay at Universal Orlando Resort

There are some holidays that attract the same type of holidaymakers. Royal Caribbean and Universal Orlando Resort are two of them.

Both are full of thrilling attractions that are perfect for all the family. But also boast facilities for younger members of the family and relaxing amenities for the parents when the children are occupied. Then there are the spacious family-friendly accommodations to suit all budget types.

On top of that, Universal Orlando Resort is based in the Sunshine State with glorious year-round weather while Royal Caribbean cruise to some of the warmest and most exotic parts of the world.

Which is why it makes sense to combine these two holidays into one. And with Florida being one of the most popular cruise ports in the world, it’s extremely easy to combine a Royal Caribbean Cruise with a stay at Universal Orlando Resort. We currently offer a range of packages that are ready to book or we can create an itinerary just for you. Here are five reasons why you should combine these two incredible holiday types.

1.  There are three theme parks at Universal Orlando Resort

At Universal Studios Orlando you can immerse yourself in the next generation of blockbuster entertainment. You’ll enter The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ - Diagon Alley™, encounter mischievous Minions and join forces with the TRANSFORMERS as you find yourself right in the middle of the action. 

Then at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, you’ll be able to explore The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ Hogsmeade™ where you can experience the new ride Hagrid's Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure™ - opening 13 June 2019, come face to face with King Kong, battle villains alongside Spider-Man, go on a high-speed rampage with The Incredible Hulk and flee raptors in Jurassic Park. 

Finally, live the carefree island life at Universal’s Volcano Bay, a water theme park where thrills and relaxation flow in perfect harmony. Here, the Virtual Line changes how long you wait as the TapuTapu wearable lets you hold your place in the ride lines. It’s a tropical paradise in the heart of Universal Orlando Resort. 

2.  A choice of hotels

Universal’s spectacular hotels come with exclusive theme park benefits and put you close to all the action. This includes early admission to the parks, queue skipping benefits, free water taxis or shuttles between your hotel and the parks, charging purchases to your room key, complimentary merchandise delivery to your room, and priority seating at several Universal Resort restaurants. 

New for 2019 is Universal’s Endless Summer Resort-Surfside Inn and Suites. This is Universal’s first value hotel for holidaymakers seeking a budget-friendly price tag. In addition to standard rooms, Surfside Inn and Suites will feature spacious, two-bedroom suites, making it the perfect spot for families of any size. Surfside Inn and Suites is the first hotel of Universal’s Endless Summer Resort to open on 27 June 2019. The second hotel Dockside Inn and Suites will open in Spring 2020.

3.  Visit CocoCay in the Bahamas

If you love Universal Orlando Resort then you’ll definitely enjoy CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s private island in the Bahamas. Choose between a thrilling waterpark, witnessing the Bahamas from a helium balloon (which sets off from the highest vantage point in the Bahamas), paddling in the largest freshwater pool in the Caribbean, or unwinding on Chill Island.

4.  Choose from a selection of Royal Caribbean ships

Just like Universal Resort Orlando, Royal Caribbean also don’t do anything by halves. On-board you’ll find multi-sensory experiences including surf machines, skydiving simulators, and the tallest waterslide at sea.

  • 4th July 2019