Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando

6300 Hollywood Way, Orlando, Florida, 32819, United States | 5 star resort
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A travel blog entry by lfadventures


The next day was pick up for our trip to 8:40am LAX to fly to Orlando(MCO). 6:30am pick-up. It was very foggy, I was quite concerned when we we driving as I really didn't know how the driver could see as it was dark with dense fog , but he managed without much concern. We arrived safely at LAX and checked our luggage in at Virgin America terminal. …

Pool day

A travel blog entry by mosburgfamily


Our first day here was lazy and full of sun and water. It was a perfect start. That evening we attended the Firehouse Subs dinner. Carolyn played paintball with the teen group and the rest had a pajama party.

CA Unipac 2003

A travel blog entry by andyanneattwood

Here on business, quick visit to Orlando all expenses paid by CA. Picked from airport by limo, absolute class. Only matched by being picked from hotel in a stretch limo, everyone looking round for a celeb, and the car's for me!

Universal Studios with the family

A travel blog entry by tbrenton


Back in April, my mom and sisters, Jessica (16) and Kayla (9) flew down to Florida to visit family. A few days later, I flew down to meet them and we stayed at Universal Studios. We had never been and what most drew our attention to wanting to vacation there was the Harry Potter attraction. Though none of us had read all of the Harry Potter books, …

I'm in Miami Witch.

A travel blog entry by arzilla


My flight from DC to Miami went quickly enough. We scored an empty seat in the middle of our row, and the guy on the other side of it was friendly and witty, so the journey passed pretty quickly. We ran late, so I had to pretty much run through Miami airport, Amazing Race style, to catch the shuttle train to my connecting flight, but I made it! …

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This 5 star resort, located in the Florida Center area of Orlando, is near Universal Studios Orlando, Epcot Center, iFLY Orlando, and Hard Rock Live.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLoews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando

    Reviewed by mosburgfamily


    Reviewed Jun 23, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    A great evening!

    What happened to my girls??
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    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by ricflack

    Nice Stay

    Reviewed Jun 11, 2011
    by (7 reviews) Salt Lake City , United States Flag of United States

    The rooms at the Royal Pacific are nice. They are a little on the small size but have everything you need on vacation. The hotel and grounds are beautiful. I would definitely recommend this hotel for people visiting Universal.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by andyanneattwood

    Great Hotel

    Reviewed Oct 19, 2003
    by (6 reviews) Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Here on business great view over lake to Island of Adventures. I could see the Hulk ride from my room, that was as close as I got!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando

    Heaven on Earth


    The Royal Pacific was great. Front of the line on the park rides was great, also. Only had one problem with front of the line at MIB II ride. Spent happy hour at the Hard Rock Cafe. Eat at the bar, no waiting. Nascar Cafe was a good for lunch. Not priced too high. The pool was great. People were as nice as I have ever seen. Water taxi was great. If I had to look for something, Checkin could have been faster. This resort was booked full. Priced right. At times, a lot of kids around, but great. I would go back every year.

    A great experience!


    My wife and I stayed at the Royal Pacific during the first week of September, 2002. We found the room to be clean, well-stocked, and maintained. Watch out for those $7 evain bottles though! I broke down one night and opened it. It comes to $7 and change on the bill after tax. It's cheaper to just use the vending machines in the park. The staff was excellent. On our last day, I forgot to book a taxi to the airport (I thought it was included in the package). One of the valets outside noticed us waiting and informed us of the error. He quickly directed us to a (free) phone and helped us connect to a cab company. He really went the extra mile to help us out. The waitstaff in the restaurant (can't recall the name but it had a great breakfast buffet) were friendly and courteous as well. A few people in other reviews complained about the prices. And it's true that things in the park and it's hotels can get a bit steep. But I didn't find them any more expensive than anywherer else. Certainly not more than Disney. Anyway, you're on vacation so enjoy! One thing to keep in mind though; City Walk stays open until 2, but the hotel grounds close at 10. We got stuck out there one night walking down strange paths among palm trees. Yes the paths were nicely landcaped but there were roaches (or palmetto beetles) big enough to strap a saddle on and ride! Another helpful employee saw us struggling with the locked gates and let us into the hotel. I think this had more to do with us getting lost on the winding paths around the hotel pool than with a hotel defect. We had a blast. You should go.



    I couldn't believe how this hotel actually made you feel you were in the South Pacific. Everything was thought out to the highest detail, and service was executed to the highest level. Universal Express Pass was priceless, allowing us to "skip" everyone in the park-- that was a priceless amenity when you only have one day in the park.

    Dissapointed in Royal Pacific


    We spent 6 days at Disney and then went on to Universal...

    Had a great time


    Just spent a week at this hotel and I am very glad that I chose to stay there. As several have stated before, the grounds are beautiful and a good amount of detail has been put into the south pacific theme, right down to a "beach" area at the back of the hotel where the water taxi picks up (to go to CityWalk, Universal Studios, and Islands of Adventure) complete with an amphibious plane out in the water to add to the look. Swimming is limited to the pool, which is very large and a great place to pass an afternoon or evening. Towels can be checked out at the pool at no charge. There is a kids play area at one side of the pool that is designed to look like part of the top deck of an old steamship from the 30's. Water sprays down for the kids to play in. There are also several small cabanas that can be rented around the pool as well. They are canvas sided with a wood frame and have a ceiling fan, tv, phone and hot tub.

    Commendable Experience!


    Universal Studio's new Royal Pacific Resort has a few wrinkles to be ironed out, but is overall a wonderful place to stay.

    A nice resort with good value


    My girlfriend and I just returned from spending one (1) week (July 29 - Aug 4) at the newest resort in Universal Studios. It is a very nice resort with a South Pacific theme. The resort contains three (3) tower and each tower has about 7 floors. We were in tower 3, on the fourth floor and our room faced towards the rear of the resort. When you walk into the resort, you are actually on the third floor of the resort.

    Royal Pacific Resort


    Nice place to visit and beautiful landscaping.

    But ...

    poor housekeeping, no hot water, very expensive restaurants with moderate food, no space to park for $6.00 a day, and new - inexperienced staff.

    Royal Pacific Resort, Brand new, not the greatest


    I stayed at the Royal Pacific Resort for a week, the last week of july into august. When first arriving my family and I immedietly had trouble. We were guaranteed 3 rooms on the same floor, 2 of those rooms were to be connected. When we got there it was 3:30pm (check-in is at 4:00pm) we were informed the rooms were all seperated, after talking with the extremely friendly staff for about 40min. we got our rooms. When I went into my room located on the 5th floor of tower one I noticed a large bottle of evion wateron the drawer, I thought thats really nice of them to give free water, when I went to open it I noticed a tag that said 7$, not so free, one thing I noticed is this hotel has many hidded fees. The hotels resteraunt is great, very nice with themed dinners and character dinners, the food is great but very expensive. Great pool, the largest in Orlando, very warm, the life gaurds are also very friendly. For kids they have a water play area wih water guns. The watertaxi is very convienient it'll take you directly to City Walk from there the two parks are just a short walk away. The hotel overcharges you for everything, for example a bottle of coke normally costn $1.25 costs $2.50. One night at 1:30am th fire alarm went off and the hotel was evacuated, we were let n after 40 minutes of standing outside but the alarm continued to sound for over an hour, than at 6:00am it wen off again for 5 inutes just long enough to wake my whole family up, we were first told it was a group of kids that pulledth alarm but later found out from a bell boy it was a planed drill which was supposed to go off during the afternoon but did not we were given a 50$ refund. The hotel is beutiful, huge, with a beach and putting greens. The pool is open from 8am till 11pm and the water taxi runs until 2:30am besides te room mix-up, the many hidden fees, the annoyance of getting to the disney area, and the fire alarm, it was an ok hotel, I recomend it hopeing you'll have better luck, but I will not

    Great Resort and Value


    We just completed our Orlando vacation July 12-16, 2002.We had heard about the Royal Pacific Resort and read a few review’s via the internet that really made the Resort sound inviting so we decided to give it a try and boy am I glad we did! It is within walking distance to the Universal Parks and City Walk. This hotel captures the charm of the South Pacific down to the last detail. The guest rooms were nicely decorated with the South Pacific theme. We found our stay to be very enjoyable the staff was very helpful and accommodating. You can’t beat the Express Pass. A benefit of staying at a Universal Property, we bypassed most of waiting lines at each park.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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