I was fortunate to be chosen to attend a training with my agency at Universal Orlando! We would be spending Monday through Friday on property, in the newest resort, Endless Summer. I was extremely excited about this stay for multiple reasons! I had never stepped foot on this property, it was new, it’s a great option for budget minded clients, and I loved the theming.
The room type available to us was a 2 Bedroom Suite. IT WAS GORGEOUS!
This was the view upon opening the door:
Two queen beds were in the main part of the room. I loved the muted, beachy colors!
To the right was a little kitchenette area with a microwave, small sink, mini fridge, coffee maker, and picnic table with chairs. The also provided coffee packets, an ice bucket, and a shelf for storage.
Another view of the two bed area:
The view from the two bed area, featuring the tv, drawers and hooks:
Another view of the kitchenette area:
This was a separate bedroom with one queen bed and a small closet.
Inside the closet was an iron, ironing board, hangers and extra pillows/blankets. The safe was behind the bedroom door.
The bathroom consisted of two different areas. A double sink with mirror was out in the main living area.
The shower and toilet were in a separate room.
There’s also a full length mirror!
An outside view of the resort by the pool. The weather was perfect!
I loved this resort!
At the moment, a 2 bedroom suite for 4 nights begins at $136 per night. That is so reasonable for a family to have more space than a regular hotel room! I was worried about the distance to the parks, but it was very close…just a quick bus ride away. I also absolutely loved the food here! I am dedicating a separate post just to that. The pool was huge (there are actually 2 pools at Dockside), and there were plenty of chairs to sit.
*Note that pricing is subject to change!*