Universal Orlando will add 400 rooms to its Cabana Bay Beach Resort, bringing the total number of units for the hotel to 2,200, the company announced Monday.
The retro-themed Cabana Bay opened in 2014. The new rooms, set to open in 2017, will be in new buildings on the south end of the property, adjacent to the current Continental and Americana towers.
The resort is co-owned and operated by Loews Hotels & Resorts with NBC Universal.
Some of the new rooms will have views of Universal’s Volcano Bay, a water park currently under construction and set to open in 2017 as well.
Universal Orlando also is building another 1,000-room hotel called Sapphire Falls. It is scheduled to open in 2016. The addition of that hotel plus the Cabana Bay expansion will bring Universal’s room count to 5,600.
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