Universal Orlando Resort is adding two new hotel properties to its portfolio – Universal Stella Nova Resort and Universal Terra Luna Resort.
They will be co-owned and operated by Loews Hotels & Co, according to a news release.
Each property will feature 750 guest rooms in the resort’s Prime Value category – bringing the total number of guest rooms across the destination to 10,500 – and are slated to open in early 2025.
The new accommodations provide trade partners additional hotel options to sell along with the eight established Universal Orlando hotels for stays beginning January 2025 at Universal Stella Nova Resort and February 2025 at Universal Terra Luna Resort.
Inspired by stars & planets
Universal Stella Nova Resort is inspired by distant galaxies, new stars and mysterious black holes, while Universal Terra Luna Resort is inspired by the massive and diverse planetary elements of the universe, the Florida-based theme park said.
Guests staying at the new hotels, or any of the other Universal Orlando hotel properties, can take advantage of exclusive theme park benefits – including Early Park Admission, allowing guests to access one of the three amazing theme parks up to an hour before park opening, complimentary transportation to and from the parks, resort-wide charging privileges, and more.
Universal Stella Nova Resort and Universal Terra Luna Resort will be located adjacent to the future site of the new Universal Epic Universe theme park, which will open at a later date in 2025.
Universal Orlando’s current theme parks and Universal CityWalk will be accessible from the new hotels via convenient and complimentary shuttles.
More details about the new space-themed hotels will be revealed at a later date, the theme park said.