Universal Orlando Reopening Resorts on June 2, 2020

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Universal Orlando Resort closed March 16, 2020, due to the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Universal initially expected to reopen in mid-April but now expects to remain “closed through at least May 31, 2020.”

Today, Universal Orlando announced the phased reopening of the resorts on June 2, 2020. The following resorts are reopening:

  • Hard Rock Hotel
  • Loews Royal Pacific Resort
  • Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort
  • Loews Sapphire Falls Resort
  • Universal’s Aventura Hotel
  • Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Surfside

The following resorts will remain closed until a future date.

  • Loews Portofino Bay Resort
  • Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Dockside

Self-parking is complimentary, and valet parking is not available. Guests are subject to additional security and health precautions such as temperature checks, mandatory face coverings, and social distancing in public areas. While the parks reopen for guests on June 5, guests staying at a resort will have access to the parks on June 3 and June 4.

CityWalk Cinemark movie theater and Blue Man Group Orlando show remain closed until further notice. Follow TouringPlans Blog and TouringPlans on Twitter for the latest reopening information for the Universal Orlando Resort and Walt Disney World Resort.

Joseph Matt

Avid amusement park and video game fan. Enjoys picking up rare beers at breweries, exploring cities, cooking, and sports.

2 thoughts on “Universal Orlando Reopening Resorts on June 2, 2020

  • May 30, 2020 at 9:22 pm
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    Do you have any insight into how the Virtual Lines at Universal will work since it is on so many more attractions than it was pre-COVID? Looking at the Universal Mobile App, it appears that most of the popular rides now have a Virtual Line. On Universal’s website FAQ, they said that “Hotel guests staying at Hard Rock Hotel and Loews Royal Pacific Resort will be also able to take advantage of their Universal Express access benefit on any day of their visit.” I am still trying to visualize how this will play out.

    I’m hoping that Touring Plans visits Universal on opening day and gives a detailed blog of how it worked and whether it makes sense to still use Touring Plans at Universal.

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  • June 1, 2020 at 4:42 pm
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    Hey Alex, at this point we’re still learning. We are working on a post to go out this week with some of the changes.

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