We know where we want to be next July: Loews Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Orlando! Preferably sitting by the white sand beach of their 16,000 square foot zero entry pool, relaxing after a magical day at Diagon Alley.
Beginning today, reservations are being accepted for stays at Loews Sapphire Falls Resort opening July 14, 2016. Based on what we’ve seen so far, we think you will love it. Think cool waters, tropical breezes, and enchanting views designed to delight the senses after long (hot but fun!) days at Universal Orlando.
While you’ll love spending time in the fantasy worlds of Universal Orlando theme parks, Sapphire Falls promises to take you away to Caribbean beaches. The clean modern lines and vivid island colors combine for an effervescent retreat that high energy hours in the parks demands.
With value season rates starting at $119 per night for a seven-night stay or $143 per night for a four-night stay and summer season rates from $176 per night for a seven-night stay or $206 per night for a four-night stay, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort will fit the “moderate” resort price point many families visiting the Orlando area enjoy.
As a huge fan of Walt Disney World’s Caribbean Beach resort, I have to say that I am taken by the luxurious feel of Loews Sapphire Falls Resort.
Maybe it’s the heat but I need to keep using the word refreshing here. Let’s just look at the bathroom: Doesn’t this look cool and refreshing?
Beyond the rooms, Loews Sapphire Falls promises luxury across the resort, from waterfalls to lush landscaping to rich dining experiences.
Sapphire Falls dining options will include Amatista Cookhouse (seen above), a Caribbean-inspired restaurant with open exhibition kitchen and outdoor dining; Strong Water Tavern, a destination lobby lounge overlooking the hotel’s towering waterfalls and offering a tapas-style menu; Drhum Club Kantine, a poolside bar and grill serving freshly-grilled fare and specialty cocktails; New Dutch Trading Co., a quick-service marketplace; and 24-hour room service.
All that beauty on top of the on-site guest benefits, including early theme park admission, complimentary water taxi service and shuttle bus transportation to the theme parks and Universal CityWalk, plus complimentary delivery of merchandise purchased throughout the resort to their hotel and resort-wide charging privileges with your room key. All the perks that make staying on-property so very worth it.
Ready to dive into a Caribbean paradise? Universal Orlando is accepting reservations now for Loews Sapphire Falls Resort and we’re sure they’d love to have you.
Have you stayed on-site at Universal Orlando before? Tell us in the comments what you love most about the experience!