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Review of Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando, Florida

Gay couple hotel review of the Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando, Florida.

By Karl Krause

During our USA Summer adventure to Orlando, Florida, we stayed at the LGBTQ+ friendly Review Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando, Florida, a premier resort hotel to Universal Studios Florida™. The hotel is located close to the entrance to Universal Studios Florida, nearby the Universal CityWalk Orlando with restaurants, cafés, and shops. The theme of the LGBTQ+ welcoming hotel is all about Rock ‘n’ Roll with the best songs playing in the lobby, elevators and big paintings showing the best Rock Legends the world has ever seen. Enjoy our photos, the story about Orlando, and our gay-friendly Couple of Men Hard Rock Hotel Orlando hotel review!

Welcome to the Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Studios in Orlando

The hotel has a Mexican/Spanish theming. From the first step into the Hard Rock Hotel in Orlando, Florida, we arrived in the world of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Huge paintings were hanging above the reception, Rock music was in the air, and we could even take a glimpse of the extensive pool area with palm trees, sand beach and waterslide. During the check in, we were offered to borrow a rock guitar (for a deposit) including ear phones. Of course, we accepted the offer, after all, it’s not every day that we can feel like a true rock legend. The friendly staff behind at the reception checked us in without any problem and explained everything we need to know. And now it was time for us to enjoy our stay at Universal Studios Orlando in Florida!

Standard Room & Club Level King Bed Room

We stayed four nights at the Hard Rock Hotel in Orlando, two of them in a Standard Double Queen Bed Room and two nights on the Club Level, the highest floor overlooking the pool area. From up here, we even had a view of some Universal Studios Florida attraction. We loved it. In both our Rock ‘n’ Roll inspired room with a huge mirror (compare your height to all rock legends) was spacious with a comfortable bed, a sitting corner at the window, a desk, a fridge and a spacious bathroom, including a bath. Moreover, staying at the Club Level gave us the access to the Rock Royalty lounge, where we enjoyed additional perks and privileges, like complimentary continental breakfast and snacks throughout the day. 

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