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Affordability Meets Retro Glamour
At Universal Orlando Resort, the Loews Cabana Bay Beach Resort offers value-priced rooms and moderate-priced family suites with separate sleeping areas and mini kitchenettes. Looking like a set right out of "Mad Men," the retro-themed resort evokes the style and architecture of the 1950s and 1960s. Cabana Bay Beach Resort is the most affordable of the on-site properties at Universal Orlando Resort, and also offers budget-friendly, casual dining options and free wi-fi.
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- 1,800 retro-themed guest rooms and family suites (400 additional rooms will be added in 2017)
- two zero-entry swimming pools with dive tower, waterslide, and a lazy river
- 10-lane bowling alley in a 1950s setting, but with modern technology
- dining options include a food court, Starbucks coffee shop, lobby and pool bars, and a full-service restaurant in the bowling alley
- fitness center
- guests are granted early admission to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal's Volcano Bay water park one hour before the theme park opens
- complimentary water taxis to both Unviersal Orlando Resort theme parks and the CityWalk dining-and-entertainment area.
- Walking path to the Volcano Bay water park.
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Splashback: Family Fun, 1960s Style
The centerpiece of the Cabana Bay Beach Resort is the pair of courtyards with enormous zero-entry swimming pools. The 8,000-square-foot zero-entry Lazy River Courtyard pool has a sand beach and a lazy river with waterfalls and water cannons.Continue to 3 of 8 below.
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Dive On In
The 10,000-square-foot Cabana Courtyard pool features a sand beach with a dive tower and waterslide, interactive kids' play area, and cabanas for rent.
The pool areas are the venue for a variety of family-fun activities, including hula-hoop contests, splash contents and poolside movies. There are also four fire pits where families can make s'mores. S’more kits are available at the Bayliner Diner, or you can bring your own supplies.Continue to 4 of 8 below.
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A Lazy River with a Dash of Extra Fun
You can take a fun and relaxing journey down the lazy river where you’ll float by lush landscaping and encounter waterfalls, water cannons, and other interactive water features.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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Retro-Chic Rooms Sleep Up to 4
Standard rooms at the Cabana Bay Beach Resort feature a retro-chic decor and sleep up to four, with two queen beds, flatscreen TV, and a mini-refrigerator.
In 2017, 400 additional rooms will be added in new towers located at the south end of the property. Select rooms in the new towers will offer views of Universal’s Volcano Bay, the new water park that's also opening in 2017.Continue to 6 of 8 below.
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Spacious Family Suites Sleep Up to 6
Family suites at the Cabana Bay Beach Resort sleep up to six and feature two sleeping areas with two flatscreen TVs, a kitchenette area (microwave, fridge, sink) and an extra-large bathroom with room for three people in the vanity area. There is a sliding partition for privacy.Continue to 7 of 8 below.
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Many Casual Dining Options
At Cabana Bay Beach Resort, families can choose from among many dining options:
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- a food court offering burgers and milkshakes, pizza and pasta, salad bar, a bakery, and sandwiches
- at the bowling alley, a full-service restaurant serving burgers, pizza, chicken wings, quesadillas and more
- at the pool, the Hideaway Bar & Grill offering a grill menu, frozen and non-frozen drinks, and alcoholic beverages
- Starbucks coffee shop
- in-room pizza delivery
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Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando Resort
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