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Not only the hippest place to lay your head, Hard Rock Hotel is also the closest resort to Universal's theme parks. The exterior has a California Mission theme, and the lobby's walls are decorated with concert posters and musical instruments.
If you want the ultimate European-style, spare-no-expense on-site experience, look no further than the Portofino Bay Hotel. Universal's top of the line hotel evokes the Italian seaside city of Portofino, complete with a man-made Portofino Bay past the lobby.
A favorite of young families and solo travelers, the Royal Pacific Resort is the least expensive and most relaxing of Universal's top hotels. We especially enjoy the South Seas-inspired theming. 370-square-foot, two-room Jurassic World kids suites are a good option for families.
Sapphire Falls Resort brings a sunny Caribbean island vibe to the moderate market with its 1,000 rooms (including 77 suites), and water taxi transportation to the parks.
Aventura Hotel's ultramodern curvilinear glass-covered design looks similar to the luxury skyscrapers lining Miami's waterfronts. Standard rooms start at a miniscule 238 square feet, but the deluxe rooms have more space with 395 square feet.
Cabana Bay features 1950s and 1960s designs, two large pools with artificial beaches and zero entry sloping bottoms, and a lazy river. Cabana Bay is an excellent choice for price- and/or space-conscious families visiting Universal.
Dockside Inn and Suites is a value resort with a sand, sea, and sunsets theme. A little more than half the rooms at each Endless Summer complex are 440-square-foot suites with three queen beds, one bathroom, and a kitchenette.
Surfside Inn's color scheme is very sea-based include pale blues and greens, with lots of white. Bright ocean and surf art hangs on the walls.
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