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Photo Tour: Universal's Aventura Hotel


Universal's Aventura Hotel is a modern, stylish hotel located in the heart of the Universal Orlando Resort. It's one of two Prime Value hotels on Universal property which means you get all the benefits of staying of a Universal Orlando hotel guest at a value price point. When staying at this hotel, you'll be steps away from Universal's Volcano Bay water theme park and are a quick walk or bus ride to Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure and CityWalk.

Let's see everything Universal's Aventura Hotel has to offer by starting our photo tour! And if you want more than just photos, make sure to check out our full review of Aventura here
Aventura shares an entrance with Sapphire Falls
Aventura Hotel Lobby, Welcome and Vacation Planning desks
Luggage Services desk to the left of the Welcome desk
The lobby bar, barVentura and quick service dining option, Urban Pantry
Urban Pantry is a quick service dining option
Asian station where you can get custom wok dishes
Roast station
Coca-Cola Freetsyle machines
Urban Pantry seating area
You'll find an area to print your boarding passes in the lobby
There is also an Avis desk across from the boarding pass area
There's also a Universal Studios Store in the lobby
Aventura Hotel pool
There's a fire pit next to the pool area
Kid's splash zone
Some games near the kid's splash zone
Hot tub
Aventura has a dedicated walking path to Volcano Bay
View of Aventura from the entrance to Volcano Bay
Smartscreen in the elevator
Standard 2 Queen room
Vanity area with one sink and some shelving

Separate area with toilet and shower
Views from guest room of the hotel pool and
Cabana Bay and Volcano Bay across the street
Bar 17 Bistro is located on the hotel roof and
offers great views of Universal Orlando

I hope you enjoyed our photo tour of Universal's Aventura Hotel! Have you ever stayed at this hotel? What did you think? Let us know in the comments.

Ashley is a Hufflepuff who loves rollercoasters and thrill rides. You can email Ashley at ashley@kingdomkonsultant.com.

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