New and enhanced safety measures are in place across the Universal Orlando Resort.
When the theme parks at Universal Orlando Resort reopen to the public on June 5, guests must follow new safety protocols, including wearing masks, getting their temperature checked upon entry and observing social distancing.
Universal Orlando Resort will enact several safety protocols, including temperature checks at every entrance, mandatory masks for both guests and employees, a touchless experience, mobile food ordering, increased use of the Universal app on mobile devices, and more.
Universal CityWalk is partially reopening on Thursday, beginning at 4 p.m., Universal Orlando announced Tuesday. Visitors and employees will be required to wear face coverings and undergo temperature checks.
Part-time workers at Universal Orlando Resort will be furloughed starting May 3rd and they will be auto-enrolled into Florida's unemployment system, the park confirmed.
Universal Orlando says it plans to furlough part time hourly workers starting May 3. They are paying its workers through April 19.
Universal Orlando Resort said that they are extending the closure until May 31st. Employees will continue to be paid but the amount will decrease on April 20th. Then, starting on May 3rd, part-time workers will be furloughed.
The hotel will offer rates starting as low as $79 per night.
The hotel is in Universal Orlando's value category, meaning that rates will start as low as $79 per night.
Base hourly pay at Universal Orlando Resort for team members starts at $13.
A Mardi Gras-themed tribute store has made its debut in Universal Studios Florida as Universal Orlando Resort marks the kick-off of its annual carnival celebration.
Central Florida attractions and cruises attract people from all over the world.
From February 1 until April 2, the theme park resort will celebrate Mardi Gras with concerts, parades, food, and more.
Executives confirmed the Nintendo-themed land during an earnings call.
The Orlando Fire Department said that flames broke out at a portable trailer used as an employee break room and costume storage.
A chocolate frog ornament is one of several new merchandise items at Universal Orlando Resort.
The Minions from Despicable Me, Velociraptor Blue from Jurrassic World, Shrek and his friends, and the Autobots and Decepticons from Transformers will all make appearances.
Park officials say they want employees and guests to be able to identify active, working law enforcement.
The hotel is described by Universal as a "carefree escape that perfectly blends the cool, calm feeling of a beach retreat."
Uber is adding a $4 surcharge for pick-ups at Universal Orlando Resort.