In an effort to make Universal Orlando as accessible as possible, Universal Orlando just opened a Quiet Room located near the front of the park at the Studio Audience Center.
Universals Orlando posted the following on their Facebook page:
“We’re excited to announce a new Quiet Room opening today in Universal Studios Florida for our Guests who need a quiet, low-stimulation place to take a break from the noise and crowds of the parks.
This room is located at the front of the park next to the Studio Audience Center. Visit our website for more accessibility information, http://spr.ly/6181KcW3W.”
Universal Orlando aims to assist all guests to have the best time while visiting. On their site, they remark on “making things work for everyone.” Additionally on their website that they’ve added this announcement, they are a variety of guides for guests with varying disabilities including those in wheelchairs or ECVs, guests with prostheses, guests with oxygen tanks, guests with cognitive disabilities, guests with hearing and vision disabilities, and guests who travel with service animals. There are also accessibility guides for the Universal Orlando hotels. It is recommended that if you are traveling with a guest that has a disability that you research your visit using these guides before you arrive.
Having a quiet room is a great addition to the theme park for guests to use if they see a need for it. I’m sure guests will appreciate this space to go and relax amidst the loud busyness of the parks. Should you be in need of this room, ask a team member for its location near the Studio Audience Center.
What do you think of the addition of this Quiet Room at Universal Orlando Resort? Let us know in the comments below.
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