Welcome to Universal’s Aventura Hotel. With a stunning all glass exterior design rising sixteen stories, Universal’s Aventura Hotel combines bright open spaces and innovative architecture with modern flair and affordable luxury. It’s the ideal base for your Orlando adventure.
The hotel’s superb location on resort means that getting to Universal Volcano Bay water theme park, Universal Studios Florida, Universal Islands of Adventure and Universal CityWalk is easy. Just hop on one of the handy shuttle buses or follow the guided paths to your chosen destination and let the fun begin!
Be the early bird with EARLY PARK ADMISSION* up to one hour before the parks open (requires theme park admission; select attractions) as well as complimentary shuttles to the theme parks and Universal CityWalk. Plus, you can use your room key to pay for things across the whole resort and have merchandise delivered back to your hotel free of charge.
The hotel’s sleek and modern guest rooms provide plenty of light and stunning views of Universal’s theme parks from their floor-to-ceiling windows. Combining casual comfort, with style, convenience and a host of modern amenities, the hotel’s accommodations provide you with the perfectly priced Orlando escape.
Tranquillity, seclusion, and breathtaking views combine with well-appointed rooms, traditional hospitality and wonderful facilities to make The Reefhouse Resort and Marina, Key Largo popular choice amongst discerning Floridian Holidaymakers.
It’s time to say goodbye to the Florida keys and set sail onboard the Royal Caribbean’s Icon of the Seas for an amazing cruising extravaganza that also includes a day at the exclusive private island resort of CocoCay.
Loaded with fun-filled activities and exciting features that includes an amazing pool scene that really does have something for everyone. Category 6 is the largest waterpark at sea with no less than six thrilling water slides including Frightening Bolt, the tallest waterslide at sea and Pressure Drop, a near vertical epic slide that’s the first open freefall waterslide on a cruise ship. And then there’s Hurricane Hunter, the first family raft slide at sea, hold tight and keep an eye out for the rest of your crew.
You’ll always find a more tranquil spot at Royal Bay, the largest pool at sea complete with in water loungers and raised Jacuzzis with elevated views, it’s the perfect sunbathing spot with plenty of refreshing drinks and snacks close to hand.
The Hideaway Pool is something special, the first suspended infinity pool at sea; its disappearing edges make for picture perfect views and an ideal spot to try out your camera phone.
Families will love Surfside, the new stay and play all day neighbourhood with its sprawling, kid friendly aquapark, adult pool and plenty of snacks nearby. And there’s an arcade, a carousel and Adventure Ocean, the ships youth programme, a great place to find some new cruising buddies.
Adults have their own hideaway, Cloud 17, tucked away on the top deck; it features a secluded pool, a cantilevered whirlpool and private access to the Lime and Coconut Bar with stunning ocean views.
You’ll need nerves of steel and a good head for heights if you want to take on the challenge of Crown’s Edge, part skywalk, part obstacle course, part thrill ride, it’s not for the faint hearted and only the bravest of the brave should take on the challenge.
Try and stay upright or boogie board along on stomach on the thrilling 40 foot long Flowrider surf simulator as thousands of gallons of rushing water keep you afloat while you try to avoid being wiped out.
You’ll have a Perfect Day at the exclusive private island retreat at CocoCay with its private beaches, freshwater pool, thrilling water slides and ziplining activities all backed up with quieter cabanas and refreshing bars and restaurants. It’s sure to be a day that you’ll never forget.
There’s a fantastic range of more than 20 casual and more formal dining venues on board all backed up by lots lively bars and lounges.
Windjammer is the complementary go to restaurant where an ever-changing menu highlights cuisine from around the world at buffet style self-service and chef carving stations. Other complementary food venues include El Loco Fresh, Sorrentos, Surfside Eatery, Surfside Bites, the Grove and the Coastal Kitchen.
Get the night off to a great start and kick back with a cocktail at the Overlook Lounge, it’s a great place to chill out with friends before catching a show in the Aqua Theatre. There’s great live music at Bar Schooner and the Latin themed Boleros is the place to go for your Cuban Mojito and daily Salsa session. And of course you’ll be able to take in the big matches and events at the Playmaker’s the ship’s Sports Bar. Other notable venues include Dueling Pianos, Lou’s Jazz ‘N’ Blues, the Music Hall, the Attic and Spotlight Karaoke.
A varied entertainment programme leaves you spoiled for choice with mesmerising ice skating performances on show at Absolute Zero, the fleets biggest ever ice arena and the amazing and fearless performers at the iconic Aquadome Theatre. The casino has everyone’s favourite slots and table games for cruisers who want to see if lady luck is with them as they keep the party going.
And when it’s finally time to call it a night, make your way to your well appointed cabin or suite and get ready to recharge and reboot to be ready for another action packed day onboard the one and only Icon of the Seas.
Call one of our travelplanners for more details on 020 3542 8888 to book Universal Orlando Resort & Royal Caribbean Icon of the Seas cruise.