Universal Orlando has announced it is reopening some of its hotels to guests on June 2nd after they were closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
A statement on Friday declared the hotels will be carefully managed in phases, and will reopen with a range of safe practices and hygiene procedures.
The six resorts that are set to reopen are:
- Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando
- Loews Royal Pacific Resort
- Loews Sapphire Falls Resort
- Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort
- Universal’s Aventura Hotel
- Surfside Inn and Suites (Universal’s Endless Summer Resort)
Plans to reopen Loews Portofino Bay Hotel and Dockside Inn and Suites (Universal’s Endless Summer Resort) will be announced at a later date, the company said.
Hand sanitizer stations will be available public areas and elevator landings. Also frequently touched areas, including telephones, remote controls, door handles, light switches, elevators, and table tops will be frequently cleaned.
Universal stated guest rooms will be left vacant for 24 to 48 hours after a guest leaves so it can throughly cleaned before checking in a new guest.
Additionally, guests that are staying in any of the reopened Universal hotels will receive the added benefit of being able to visit the theme parks on June 3rd and 4th, before they open to the public on June 5th.