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Cabana Bay Beach Resort offers two different types of rooms. The first is a family suite that sleeps up to 6 people with 2 queen beds in the bedroom and a pull-out bed in the living room. There are 600 family suites offered in the Cabana Courtyard with exterior access to the rooms and 300 in the Lazy River Courtyard towers with interior access to the rooms. The family suites have a sectioned off bathroom as well as a mini-kitchen including a mini-fridge, sink and microwave.
The other 900 rooms at the resort are standard rooms that sleep up to 4 people with 2 queen beds and a sectioned off bathroom. All of the standard rooms are located inside the Lazy River Courtyard towers with interior access to the rooms.
Take time to notice all of the retro details around the rooms including the old alarm clocks and the toiletries in the bathroom.
One benefit of staying at a deluxe resort at Universal Orlando is the ability to keep pets in your room. Unfortunately, Cabana Bay Beach Resort does not offer this as a service.
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