Universal Orlando invites guests to rock out at their next on-site stay with the new “Future Rock Star Suites.” Guest can now get their fill of rock instruments, memorabilia and even rock star trivia inside one of these fun rooms.
Let’s start with the spacious room itself. A huge plus of the new suites is the luxury of connecting rooms. Now families can spread out and enjoy some quiet time separately after a day in the park. Most suites sleep up to five and feature one king bed, two twin beds, and the option of a rollaway. There is also plenty of space to hang out together.
Perhaps the most exciting part about the suites is the expanded bathroom. This makes getting ready in the morning a breeze. Parents can get ready in the main bathroom while kiddos can shower and get ready in the washroom right next door. There is plenty of privacy for both parties without being too far away from one another.
While the new suites are exciting for any music-loving adult, the hotel is really geared towards kids, especially kids who love any and all music. Each suite has a piece of memorabilia from popular rock and pop stars. A light up stage awaits all future rock stars with a wall of screaming fans cheering behind as music is synced to the TV or Bluetooth headset.
You can even have a Fender guitar sent to your room as part of Hard Rock’s The Sound of Your Stay in-room music amenity program. There are 20 different models to choose from and even a TV channel that gives you guitar lessons. You can also have a Crosley turntable sent through Hard Rock’s WAX in-room music amenity program with your choice of 10 iconic records.
A few other fun features include a starry sky above the kids’ beds and light controls for dimming or partying and a mirror that lists the heights of different celebrities.
There is also plenty to do outside of the suite, including places to eat. The on-site restaurants will make you feel like a rock ‘n’ roller with endless amounts of music memorabilia and plenty of food fit for a rocker. The restaurants include The Kitchen, The Palm, Beach Club, Emack & Boliio’s Marketplace and the Velvet Bar.
It is also worth mentioning that just like with other Universal Orlando Resorts, Hard Rock Hotel also offers guests early park admission.