Universal Orlando Resort revealed a first look at its newest and eighth hotel, Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Dockside Inn & Suites – opening on March 17.
This first look gives guests a preview of the inspiration for Dockside In & Suites, designed to evoke the feeling of being surrounded by the sea from the shore and catching the sunset from beneath a pier.
Dockside Inn & Suites is the second hotel in Universal Orlando’s Value category and will add 2,050 guest rooms to the destination by the end of 2020, featuring both standard rooms and spacious two-bedroom suites that sleep up to six. With rates starting at US$79 per night, based on a five-night stay during value season, Dockside Inn combines the “quality guests have come to expect from a Universal Orlando
hotel with an extra-affordable price point – creating an experience that is unmatched in the Orlando area.”
Plus, guests receive exclusive theme park benefits, including Early Park Admission, complimentary and convenient transportation to and from the theme parks, and more, creating a complete and seamless vacation experience.
Agents have until Monday to take advantage of Club Med’s exclusive discounts on winter family getaways.
Club Med’s Early Book Rate Guarantee ensures that travellers get the lowest rates available for a stay at one of its resorts, and those who jump on this deal quick will have first pick of resorts, rooms and services. It even includes the 4-Trident resort Club Med La Rosière, opening this winter.
Through March 9, book an all-inclusive ski package and save up to 30% at any of the brand’s mountain resorts in the Alps. Guests can choose from top-rated Club Med resorts, including La Rosière, Alpe d’Huez, Les Arcs Panorama, Cervinia, Grand Massif Samöens Morillon, Pragelato Vialetta, Peisey-Vallandry, Saint-Moritz Roi Soleil, Tignes Val Claret, and Val Thorens Sensations.
The offer is for a seven-night minimum stay at Club Med’s ski resorts between Nov. 22 and May 2, 2021 (blackout dates applicable).
Whistler is celebrating the 10th anniversary of hosting the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
Since hosting the bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton events, the Whistler Sliding Centre remains an active training and competition site, while also offering a number of Olympic experiences for guests such as the thrill of sliding in a passenger bobsleigh or the adrenaline rush of a solo skeleton ride. Over at Whistler Olympic Park, the site of the ski jumping, biathlon, cross-country skiing, and Nordic combined events during the Games, guests can discover the original Nordic trails and experience the biathlon shooting range just as the 2010 athletes did.
Within Whistler Village, Whistler Olympic Plaza, where nightly medal ceremonies were held during the Games, is now a popular year-round outdoor gathering space. Surrounded by restaurants and local shops, the Plaza offers guests a winter skating rink and numerous outdoor concerts throughout the summer.