Loews Royal Pacific Resort is one of three Premier level accommodations at Universal Orlando Resort. With wonderful amenities and a South Pacific feel, it's almost a vacation in and of itself!
Loews Royal Pacific has three main types of rooms; Standard, Club Level, and Suites. The most common room type is the Standard which can vary in view and location but otherwise comes with everything you need for an enjoyable and relaxing stay.
There is something for everyone at this resort, from Polynesian-inspired fare at Islands Dining Room, American favorites at Jake's American Bar to sushi at Orchid Court Lounge. In addition to three full service restaurants, there is also a quick service option by the pool and a grab and go/coffee shop off the lobby. If that wasn't enough options for you, they also offer 24-hour room service!
It's hard to miss the beautiful lagoon-style pool at the resort. It is serene and relaxing while also fun for all ages. There is a water play area for kids, and a pool bar for adults which also serves delicious food for the family. There is also a fitness center nearby located on the ground floor to keep up your fitness routine while on your trip.
There are of course hotel basics like Concierge, Bell Services, and a Gift Shop off the lobby. Additionally, there is conference and meeting space if you'd like to hold an event at the resort.
First up, location: When you stay at Royal Pacific you are never more than 10 minutes from anything at Universal Orlando Resort. You can utilize all the transportation options (more information below) including water taxis and a walking path. What could be more convenient than that?
Staying on-site at a Universal Orlando resort hotel also comes with complimentary perks, what could be better? For staying at a Premier Level hotel, you will gain not only early park access (30 mins to an hour before other guests for select parks) but you will also get the Universal Express Unlimited Pass. This allows you to skip the line for almost every attraction at Universal Studios Florida and Universal's Islands of Adventure. This could easily save you hundreds of dollars, but also gives you plenty of time back in your day to either do more attractions or enjoy some R&R at the resort.
There are four different ways you can get to the Universal Orlando Resort attractions from this hotel. To Universal CityWalk (which you can then reach Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure) you can take a quick water taxi ride, a 10-15 minute walk along a beautiful path, or grab a pedi-cab (they are free but the drivers work for tips, so it's best if you have cash.) For Volcano Bay, there is a shuttle bus that runs regularly throughout the day.
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