Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort

Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort

6550 Adventure Way, Orlando, FL 32819-7610
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#174 of 367 hotels in Orlando
4.6 of 5 bubbles
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Enjoy vibrant, retro-style with rooms and suites brilliantly designed for fun and affordability. Relax with a splash, surrounded by amazing iconic architecture inspired by classic Florida beach resorts of the 1950s and 60s. Sample a variety of options in the incredible food court. Every day comes with fun for all ages with two massive pools, a winding river, a bowling alley and more. It’s all within walking distance of Universal’s Volcano Bay. Plus you’ll enjoy the exclusive benefits of staying in Universal. Breeze into one of the Universal parks an hour earlier than other guests with Early Park Admission*. Plus, it’s a quick hop from Universal’s hotels to the parks with free shuttles. *Requires theme park admission. Early Park Admission begins one (1) hour prior to regularly scheduled park opening to either Universal Studios Florida or Universal’s Islands of Adventure as determined by Universal Orlando, and Universal’s Volcano Bay. Valid at select attractions at each park. Attractions are subject to substitutions without notice. Additional restrictions may apply.
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Location

6550 Adventure Way, Orlando, FL 32819-7610
Getting there
Somewhat walkable
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Grade: 68 out of 100
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Orlando Intl Airport
17.2 km
Orlando Sanford International Airport
42.3 km
68 Restaurants
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16 Attractions
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Nestled close to attractions, Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort is celebrated for its convenient shuttle service and its immediate access to Volcano Bay, though its location isn't without limitations. The resort's vibrant retro ambiance has charmed many, despite criticisms of loud music and the need for room refreshments. While the friendly service and ample amenities like pools and a lazy river are highlights, guests have voiced concerns over noise levels, hidden fees, and the cost of food, suggesting the value proposition could be improved. Despite occasional calls for better attention to detail, the overall cleanliness receives positive remarks.
Location
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Lively
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Basic
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Expensive
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Mixed
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Noisy
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Efficient
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Satisfactory

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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Mar 2024
Hotel's Favourite
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Perfect Resort for Families
We stayed here for 4 nights during the first week of March. This was our first stay on Universal property. We have stayed at Disney hotels multiple times in the past. This hotel's theme is great. We loved the architecture, decor, oldies music in the cafeteria, etc. Our room was ready for us when we arrived before 9 am, which was truly appreciated. The cafeteria's prices were very reasonable. We spent a lot of time in the lazy river (which closes at 9:30 this time of year). We also used the pool and hot tub near the lazy river (both of which stay open until 10). The pool and lazy river are both heated and very comfortable even after dark. There is a sandy "beach" area too. We brought our own pool tubes and there is a self-service air pump to fill them, but if I come again (and I hope I do) I'll just buy them there since prices were very reasonable. We were in a tower room with no particular view to speak of. If the window had opened, I think we could have gone through it basically right into Volcano Bay. Busses were always there and waiting when we got to the stop at both the hotel and City Walk. We had to check out at 11, but didn't leave until 12, so they held our bags for us at luggage services. They also were kind enough to print our boarding passes. Everyone working there was very friendly and helpful. For example, the woman who printed our park tickets (I couldn't get the self-service kiosk to work), advised me to take photos of them, which ended up being priceless advice on our last day in the park when my youngest realized she had forgotten her ticket while we were entering during early admission (which is included in your hotel stay and saved us a ton of time in line). We also received a full set of fresh towels, soaps, shampoo, and conditioner daily. You can also request a wake up call from a variety of Universal characters daily. Our fave was King Kong (he just growls at you), but Betty Boop was also fun. My two teens straight up begged me to stay here longer and are already trying to get me to agree to another visit, so I feel confident that we'll be back.
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Jul 2020
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A Confident Choice During These Times
I had ther pleasure of staying at Cabana Bay Beach Resort with my family and extended family. We chose this resort due to everything we read and saw online that Universal was doing for health and safety protocols. From the time we checked in until check out, we felt they did a fantastic job...not just at the hotel, but throughout the theme parks as well.

Team Members at Cabana Bay were very friendly and courteous. Instead of housekeeping each day, they simply offer a text option where you can send any requests (such as for towels, garbage, full clean, etc). This was great since I generally do not like to have housekeeping during my stay (less people in the room, less touch points). Any time we had a request, it was fulfilled promptly.

The resort was spotless and we always saw someone cleaning and wiping off rails, seats and such. Security did temperature checks upon check-in and each day before you head to the parks. They give you a colored wrist band to wear so that you can bypass temperature checks once you get to the theme parks. There are social distancing markers throughout the resort including Bayliner Diner and Starbucks. You wear a face mask everywhere expect while eating or swimming. It sounds cumbersome, but we were so used to it, we hardly noticed it by day two.

The hotel is currently operating with lower capacity (I believe about 25-30%) and that keeps areas from getting crowded. The pool with the lazy river was open the entire time and the second pool (with the slide) was open on the weekends. We stayed in a Volcano Bay View Standard Room and had a gorgeous view from Beachside, 7th Floor. I should highly recommend these rooms as they are quite large and awesome views. I will note, though, that the "drumming" at Volcano Bay Water Park starts at about 7:30am. We were usually up by then, but if you expect to sleep in, wear ear plugs.

Easy walk to Volcano Bay and the bus is super quick to CityWalk. For something fun to do with the family, purchase a s'mores kit for $7.99 (s'mores for 4) and roast marshmallows on one of their fire pits.

Overall, we stayed a week and had a fabulous time!
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Mar 2020
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Cabana Bay Beach Resort Spring Break 2020
This was our 3rd trip to CBBR. We went in June 2016 (Thunderbird), February 2017 (Continental), and this past March 2020 (Starlight). Both the 2016 and 2020 stays were in a family suite. Negatives: the hotel is showing her age a bit. Minor signs of wear and tear around the facility, furniture, etc. They changed the themed room keys and buses, which are minor details, but do detract from the otherwise perfect execution of the hotel's theme. POSITIVES: our family suite had a tip top bath area, including a tub that drained perfectly and no signs of mold or mildew (no small feat in Orlando). The resort has so many extras, including a laundry area in each building. The service was on point. We checked out Friday, and they gave us a "key" so that we could access all of the hotels areas, including the showers in the fitness center so that we could shower before leaving for home.

Purchasing the on site souvenir cup is a good deal. With a large Icee coming in at 4 bucks a pop, that 20 dollars per person on a cup paid for itself in about a day and a half and we were there for a week!

To be honest, we could have easily stayed at the resort for a long weekend and never missed going to the parks. It is a great way to spend a few lazy days!
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Room Tip: Lots of room options - exterior entry, with pool access is the best!
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Jan 2020
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Perfect get away for a family and wheelchair fabulous!
Made plans to go to Cabana Bay for my 55th birthday. Almost cancelled because of major surgery 2 weeks prior. Glad I didn’t. Firstly, check in is a breeze. Fast, friendly & caring staff. While waiting for the wheelchair several employees offered places to sit and to help me take a few steps to get there. The room was PERFECT! We booked a family room. Plenty of space. The A D A shower was spacious and easy to use. Ramps everywhere. Easy to get around. Everything at the Bayliner Diner restaurant was easy to reach or staff was exceptionally helpful in getting it for me. There was a fire pit to relax by and marshmallows to roast for a reasonably priced snack. The movies are great and easy to get to. In short, glad I didn’t stay home. Had no idea just the hotel could be this fun. Thank you Cabana Bay staff for the smiles, laughter and a happy birthday! We will be back!!!!
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Jun 2021
4.0 of 5 bubbles
8 Night Stay at Cabana Bay / Five Days at the Park(s)
We had an eight day stay at Cabana Bay. Housekeeping did not come in daily but was available to bring whatever we needed via a simple text (that was nice). We did get one housekeeping visit around day 4 due to length of stay but wish we had gotten more. For the price of the room, this should happen daily unless guests opt out.

Given the physical space, the overall look and feel of the resort was excellent with the exception of the rooms themselves. We upgraded on arrival to a suite which still lacked space an amenities (not sure it was worth the upgrade fee). The retro furniture fit the style of the hotel but it wasn't very user friendly or comfortable. It has dirty/worn look and our family wasn't comfortable sleeping or using them. The room always felt like it had a smell and lots of humidity, especially when we returned from the parks as the air kicks off with no one around. The beds and blankets were also average at best.

regarding Bayliner Diner, we really enjoyed the food offerings but during our stay it lacked cashiers. At most, we saw two working as you cash out and many times just one. Lines would form well into the main space of the diner hindering guest from looking around and selecting their good. At peak times the diner needed at least 4 cashiers to check out food and move along guests.

On a positive note, we stayed on the Bayliner side and always noticed how prompt the elevators were and for the most past, bus transportation to and from the parks was running pretty frequent.

As for the pool, we spent two days there and understand why sand was used (beach resort feel) however, our family thought it was unnecessary and dirty. Side note, we woke up early every day (pool side view/6th floor) due to maintenance blowing the sand off the pool side sidewalks. This lasted for a
long time and was very annoying. Both pool and lazy river were exceptional. I Wish the Lazy River was a little warmer to match temp of main pool though.

Kids are already missing the souvenir cups and refills on drinks while there. They lived at the Icee machine! Overall, I would rate this a positive experience given the pure volume of guests and all of their needs! If asked would we return, I would say yes, but it would take a promo deal to get me to hit the submit button.
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Dec 2020
4.0 of 5 bubbles
First time staying on-site at a Universal resort
We stayed the 1st week of December, which in my opinion is the best time to stay during the Holiday season. Thanksgiving travelers are gone and the Christmas travelers haven't come in yet either. You still get the Holiday experience with fewer travelers.

I have stayed many times onsite with Disney, but never with Universal. This was a first and was a good experience but less "convenient" than Disney. If you are used to Disney and the Magic band and app, none of that happens with Universal. You have an actual room key card for room access and access into the pool area. The app does not connect your room reservation information, its manly for the parks. You can have purchases sent to your resort rather than carrying around the park but we didn't use that.
The dining plan doesn't work at the resort, only the parks and city walk.

This year, due to the pandimic made things a little different. The room was clean and fresh. The hotel grounds were clean as were the dining areas. We stayed 5 nights, no housekeeping during the week unless we requested additional items or cleaning. If you need cleaning they will schedule a time for when you will be out if your room. We did need a few extra items during the week, which were delivered to the room in bags (towels, cups, blankets, pillows).
The family suite with exterior entrance was great for us, (myself, 16yr old boy, 20yr old boy) plenty of room, 2 queen beds and full pull out couch, microwave and small fridge. The exterior entrance rooms are on the outside if the hotel, if you have a car you can park outside your room which is very convenient. Only one pool was open through the week, the pool closer to Volcano bay with the lazy river. I didn't like that you have to buy a tube for the lazy river, maybe non-pandemic they have them available to use without buying.

The parks were clean and maintained well. The pandemic precautions were easy to follow. All lines were spaced, indoor theaters were spaced out so guests had 3 seats between parties. Hand sanitizer was provided before every ride/show by the team members and available from touchless dispensers at the end of every ride. Many of the rides posted long wait times (50, 60, 80min, etc) but they did not take that long. We rode Hagrids which had a posted time of 80mins, we were off the ride in 50mins.

I would definitely stay with Universal again and Cabana Bay.
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Mar 2020
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Just ok
We had a “family suite” and it fit the 4 of us but was very cramped. Shower and toilet are in separate closed door rooms which was nice, but you had to maneuver yourself just perfectly to get in and close the door. The pool and slide do not look as nice as in the picture, the water slide was not running on Thursday or Friday but was on Saturday.
At the Bayliner Diner the food was not good at all and extremely expensive, the staff serving the food were less than happy to be there and not friendly. The food options sit out at the serving stations (even the pizza) and was not fresh. After three $75-$100 failed attempts we went for breakfast and again, the pancakes were hard, eggs colds and microwaved type meat. Also not many kids options, at the bowling alley dinner, we had to ask if they have anything for kids. Bowling was a nice feature but will cost $16.99 a person. (The other two restaurants were not open) We finally got smart and went to dinner at City Walk on Saturday night and had a fulfilling meal worth the price.
The shuttle feature to/from the park was nice, it only drops and picks up at City Walk. Also, the hour early admission was not offered at Universal Islands of Adventure. Over all, this resort served its purpose but I wished we would have paid a little more for better accommodations, food being the number one item.
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Feb 2020
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Good For the Price
This hotel was good for the price but we arrived in low season. The property restaurants were also decent but nothing fancy. There were two pool areas and at first it was a bit of a maze to find the other one but once we found the way, it was ok. This is an excellent property if you like water slides and plan to visit Valcano Bay. The water park is next to this property so you can walk there. As a tip, they charge for towels at Valcano Bay so you should bring your own if you are trying to save a few dollars.

We stayed in a family room so we had a microwave and fridge with a small sink. The room was ok but with 5 of us in there, it was a bit squishy. The room also does not provide privacy for parents traveling with children. Overall, the hotel was clean, the rooms were cleaned daily and everyone was friendly.
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Jul 2021
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Volcano View Rooms
We had a great experience during our 8 night stay at Cabana Bay. There was a minimal line at check in and our Volcano View room was ready early. What a beautiful view too! I wish the Volcano View rooms in the Towers had bathtubs but they do not. It was a small sacrifice for that view though. Another sacrifice for the view is the distance from the main lobby. It’s a bit of a walk from the lobby and restaurant but it’s all worth it for that Volcano View! Our room was clean and cozy and the beds were very comfortable. These rooms have a small fridge but no microwave. If you’re a light sleeper and you look forward to sleeping in in the morning these might not be the rooms for you as you can hear the drums and music from the waterpark very early each morning.

We chose this hotel for its water amenities and its closeness to Volcano Bay. The waterslide was closed in the hotel pool when we were there and I’m unsure why, but being pass holders and steps away from Volcano Bay we didn’t miss it too much. The day we tried the bowling alley we discovered they were booked for the day so if that’s something you’re interested in make sure you get your name on some kind of list for that.

The food was ok. Probably better than most hotel food but nothing great though. Breakfast was our favorite meal to eat in the hotel. We discovered we could have a meal at City walk for the same price so we ate most of our meals off property. I did like the Mac and Cheese though.

There was no housekeeping, but Im the type of guest that doesn’t like people in and out of our room anyway. They did offer a midweek “refresh” though to come in and clean halfway through our stay since it was a longer stay. Anytime I needed anything I text the number they gave me at check in and my issue was addressed promptly whether it was needing fresh towels, or garbage taken out.

Transportation to the parks was great! We never waited more than a few minutes for a bus.

We had such a great trip in June we booked a return trip for August before we even left the property. I can’t wait to return!
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Feb 2020
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Perfect Weekend, Perfect Hotel!
This was my Wife and I’s first visit to Cabana Bay and it was a Perfect Weekend!! I’ll start with our room was immaculately clean. We were in the Beachside Bldg room 8411 which also had a great view of Volcano Bay Water Park. It was just a short walk to buses and Bayliner Diner. Bayliner diner was perfect place to eat. It’s set up like a food court with great selection and above average food at reasonable prices. There was a large area to sit and eat. The staff did a great job cleaning tables when people finished. Buses ran every 10-20 minutes and extra buses were put on at peak times. We never waited more than 10min. The pools are Heated with lots of chairs. It was a little cold this weekend but we managed to go swimming for a little while and also enjoyed the Hot Tub.
If you don’t care about Express Pass that you get at the Higher priced Hotels and want a an on-site hotel that’s clean and comfortable I recommend the Cabana Bay!
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Thomas L wrote a tip Yesterday
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"It gets crammed near the entrance of the hotel with cars so beware if dropped off or picked up"
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Claygrah1978 wrote a tip May 21
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Use Uber eats for supplies. Very busy and loud at times but it’s a family resort"
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Road30028533807 wrote a tip May 13
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Very very noisy, if your a light sleeper, avoid."
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JayDubs wrote a tip May 4
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The Americana is my favorite building to stay in—convenient to all things. Be aware that the towers are a long walk after a day in the parks"
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Allyson Y wrote a tip May 1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Pack light and use the laundry facilities on site. I packed way too many clothes and then after shopping had way too much stuff going home."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include Universal Islands of Adventure (0.8 km), Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition (1.2 km), and Hard Rock Live (1.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
Yes, paid public parking on-site is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Strong Water Tavern, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., and Nile Ethiopian.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and conference facilities during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting City Hall (12.1 km) and Jack Kerouac House (13.5 km).
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