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Photo Tour: Universal's Endless Summer Resort

Lately the Universal Orlando Resort has been making some major moves in the "resort" department, adding new lodging left and right!  The newest offering, Endless Summer Resort, is sure to be a great addition to the line up of resorts available for guests.  At time of writing, only the Surfside Inn and Suites is open, but the Dockside is slated to open in March 2020.  This resort is in their Prime Value class and has a great price point and great amenities to make it perfect for families or those looking for a value in their hotel stay.  The hotel has standard rooms and family suites that sleep up to 6 guests, making this spot a great option for larger travel parties too.

Let's go ahead and take a little photo tour through the resort!

Fun decor greets you in the lobby
The check in desks are open and personable
Lots of charging ports for lobby lounging
Casual beach vibes abound
You can even pick up your park tickets from this kiosk!
Seating area for the restaurant


Lots of grab and go options if you are on your way to the parks


Plentiful choices for hot items at the quick service restaurant as well
Racing games in the arcade
A nice sized gym to keep up your fitness routine
Ample loungers by the pool


Nice large pool bar!
Fun souvenirs in the gift shop!
Beachy touches throughout the guest rooms
Desk and storage space
Split bathroom design
Family suites have a kitchenette and table area
Tub/shower combo in this bathroom
Bedroom in a family suite
Lots of space in the family suites!

What do you think of the beach vibes and modern amenities?  Would you stay here? Let us know in the comments below!


Maci Schau
Maci is an avid foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and seasonal food offerings in the parks. You can email Maci at maci@kingdomkonsultant.com.

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