Who: Adult Disney fans. While Universal Orlando is no Disney World, Universal gets that grown-up fans have cash. From demonstrating that specific attractions are best for individuals more than 13, to party time, to Citywalk, Universal truly needs to keep their grown-up fans glad.
What: A Universal excursion. I wouldn’t do anything short of two days there (insofar as you’re paying for the on location lodgings, one night gets both of you days Express Access). I do Universal separate from Disney (despite the fact that I went to DTD one day on my last excursion).
Where: The Universal on location inns are not modest. I realize that-the Hard Rock Hotel holds the record for the most costly lodging I’ve at any point booked in my life. What’s more, in that capacity, I opposed going there. Be that as it may, I need to reveal to you Universal’s Express Access you jump nearby merits each penny. You truly show your inn ID,* stroll into something likened to a Fastpass line, perhaps hold up a piece, and that is it. There’s tattle this may change for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, however it’s still SO justified, despite all the trouble. I went fourth of July weekend in 2008, and did all that I needed to do at the two parks in a single day (the fourth). I’ve remained at the Hard Rock Hotel (HRH) and the Royal Pacific Resort (RPR). I had gotten a decent rate at the HRH inferable from my participation in their All Access Club (think the Rainforest Cafe’s Safari Club for the Hard Rock Cafe). Notwithstanding, the administration at the Hard Rock was entirely terrible. You can stroll to Universal Studios (you’re only a short distance away), and Islands of Adventure effectively from the Hard Rock. While the RPR is somewhat of a stroll from Citywalk to either stop, it’s a truly pretty walk, you can see part of IOA from it, and the administration is magnificent.
In the event that the expense of a Universal inn is off-putting to you, there are a couple of things you can attempt: Expedia sometimes has bargains on the on location Universal inns. Likewise, on the off chance that you pursue Universal’s email show, you get codes once in a while. There are auto club rates, just as the previously mentioned All Access club rates. I likewise suggest pursuing the Lowes YouFirst program-while the limits have gone down significantly, you despite everything get an intermittent arrangement email.
At the point when: I’ve been to Universal in the mid year each time Honestly, Universal or IOA on the fourth of July is unfilled contrasted with a Disney park, particularly on the off chance that you remain nearby.
Why: Because it may not be Disney, yet it’s good times!
*Because of this, in my book a cord is a MUST at Universal. I got one at the Mummy dump shop (I’d carried my Tinkerbell one with me, yet it broke in line-talk about your allegories) for about $4 that holds my room key, and charge card.