Select Hotels to Open at Universal Orlando Resort Beginning June 2

Universal Orlando Resort announced Friday morning that beginning June 2, six of their hotels will reopen.

In their press release, a Universal spokesperson said,

The reopening of the hotels will be carefully managed and phased, and includes a wide range of new and enhanced best-practice health, safety and hygiene procedures. Guests who have booked reservations at these two hotels through Universal Orlando or Universal Parks & Resorts Vacations will be contacted to modify their reservation if it has been affected.

The hotels reopening on June 2 will be:

Additionally, folks who are staying in these hotels will have the privilege to visit the theme parks on June 3 and 4 which is before they reopen to the public on June 5.

Loews Portofino Bay Hotel and Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Dockside Inn and Suites will announce their reopening dates at a later time.

Universal has enhanced their standards and protocols which include:

  • Guests, team members, and vendors are required to wear face coverings in public areas
  • Team members and vendors will be required to have temperature checks upon arrival. Those with temperatures of 100.4 degrees or greater will not be allowed to work.
  • Guests will be asked to self-screen for COVID symptoms and comply with quarantine orders prior to arrival
  • Guests will have temperature checks upon arrival and anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will require medical clearance in order to enter the hotel
  • Hand sanitizer stations in public areas and elevator landings
  • Enhanced cleaning of guest rooms, meeting rooms and public areas with an EPA-approved cleaner and disinfectant
  • Frequent cleaning of high-touch areas such as telephones, remote controls, door handles, light switches, elevators, and tabletops, among others
  • Food & Beverage outlet capacities limited based on latest recommendations and guidelines
  • Social distancing signs and reminders of social distancing requirements in high-traffic areas
  • Several contactless experiences for guests, including hotel texting-services, express checkout, and contactless room deliveries

Last week, Universal Orlando Resort announced that their theme parks would be reopening to the public on June 5.

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