So you’re planning a visit to Universal Orlando® Resort? You’re sure to have an amazing time filled with unforgettable thrills and excitement, but we all know a little planning goes a long way to make sure your time spent here is truly out of this world. We at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando love to see families gear up for an exciting trip to Universal Orlando. To help you plan your trip, we’ve listed five of our favorite tips we think will make your trip better.
- Take Advantage of Our Free Shuttles Avoid the hassle of parking at Universal Orlando and save some cash by utilizing our free scheduled shuttle service from the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando to Universal Orlando. We also have free shuttles to SeaWorld® and Wet’n Wild®. Reservations are required, so please visit the Attraction Ticket Center located in the lobby to get your boarding pass. Reservations can be made a day and up to 30 minutes in advance. Check the Attraction Ticket Center for the daily shuttle schedule.
- Buy Theme Park Tickets In Advance If you plan to get one-day or multi-day tickets, definitely visit our Attraction Ticket Center. Multi-day tickets will save you about $20 per person.
- Use Single Rider Lines Experiencing a ride with your family creates memories. But if you’ve already done it together and your children are old enough to ride alone, use the single rider lines. This will vastly speed up your wait time for attractions and rides.
- Cash In on Universal Partner Hotel Benefits Staying at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando, a Universal Partner Hotel, comes with a host of benefits. First, our hotel has the Universal Orlando seal of approval. Even better, Universal Orlando, through this longstanding relationship, offer guests exclusive perks like buying park tickets at the hotel and receiving discounts on merchandise and food at select theme park locations.
- Drink Lots of Water This one just might be the most important on the list by far. Florida can be downright scorching in the summer months. Even in fall and spring, temperatures tend to be well above national averages. Staying hydrated is one of the most important ways you and your family can beat the heat and stay healthy and safe during your trip.