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Winter Travel Special: Universal Orlando Unveils New Cabana Beach Bay Resort

By Tiffany Forte

Need a break from the polar vortex or ice-ageddon? Check out our winter travel special this week featuring the latest news and fresh reviews from Universal Orlando and Royal Caribbean.

In need of a winter break? Hop on a flight down to Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla., for affordable family fun and entertainment. Where to stay? No place else but Cabana Bay Beach Resort. Offering 900 family suites with kitchenettes fit for up to six of your loved ones and 900 standard guest rooms, this hotel is different from anything you’ve ever seen down in Orlando and at Universal Studios.

If traveling overseas is not on your agenda, try taking a family road trip to Orlando to this 37-acre retreat adjacent to Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Accented with touches of neon, the hip, vintage resort hosts two swimming pool complexes with sand beach and interactive features including a water slide, cabanas for rent, a themed lazy river experience, game room, fitness center and 10-lane bowling alley. Plus, top chefs will prepare American fare and international cuisine. Its 1950s and 60s style is reminiscent of the iconic beach resorts you can still find in places like Myrtle Beach, S.C., or Daytona Beach, Fla.

Added bonus: You get early park admission, which your kids will love, so they can tackle two great theme parks. Watch them soar above Hogwarts with Harry Potter, swing above the streets with Spider-Man and help Shrek save Princess Fiona in Shrek 4-D. Also, families can experience the heart-warming and hilarious Despicable Me Minion Mayhem ride. Finally, take a stroll down Universal CityWalk for some nightlife and your own long-awaited enjoyment.

Book your reservation now for Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort for stays beginning on March 31, 2014. Family suite rates start from $174 per night and standard room rates start from $119 per night. Package rates are available with savings based on length of stay. Guests who stay longer will save more with discounts up to 25 percent off per night. A family of four can stay for seven nights for $47 per person, per day including accommodations and tickets to both Universal Orlando theme parks. This fourth hotel within Universal Orlando Resort screams retro in a good way with its own unique look and feel. For bookings, visit universalorlando.com or call 888-273-1311.

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