Hampton Inn Orlando-South of Universal Studios

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7110 South Kirkman Road, Orlando, Florida, 32819, United States

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  • gwened's Profile Photo

    central to Universal studios


    well this is a bit outdated, I say, but when in the area and needed to stay over I did at Hampton Inn, here is their webpage

    you can update info on destination in VT above right for Orlando or Tripadvisor site, but it was always a pleasant place to be. Plenty to eat in and around, see dining on hotel tab.

    Hope it help

    Unique Quality: it has great facilities, and friendly service plus very close to Universal studios from what I remember lived nearby for many years

    Directions: From Airport: Take 582- West to John Young Parkway, turn right off the exit, left on Sand Lake Road, then exit right to Kirkman Road- North. The Hampton Inn is on the left.

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    Comfortable, excellent breakfast


    The rooms were very clean and the beds were very soft and comfortable. There was also free wireless internet. The best part of the stay was the hot breakfast buffet in the morning: eggs, potatoes, bacon, sausage as well as toast, bagels, cereal, and a waffle machine to make your own waffles. There was also coffee, tea, juice, and fresh fruit. Complimentary shuttle service to the theme parks including Universal Orlando is also offered, although there are only 2-3 runs to the park in the morning and 2 runs from the park in the afternoon/evening. So you must watch your time and not miss it.

    Directions: The hotel is very close to Universal Studios. It is located just south of the intersection of International Drive and Kirkman Road.

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    Inexpensive Alternative


    I was at a conference the week before my mom had the family reunion at Disney World. This hotel was within walking distance of many inexpensive restaurants, had washers and dryers, a nice pool, a microwave and a small refrigerator in the room and offered free breakfast. There was also a free scheduled shuttle to Disney in the morning. I think it was an excellent alternative for a family, especially one with older kids, to the more expensive properties within the park. It also avoids parking fee charges.

    I say older kids because those with little ones might want to come back to the hotel to nap because the shuttle only operates if there are people who want it

    Unique Quality: Website says:
    1 mile south of Universal Studios off International Drive. Area attractions include Wet n Wild, Orlando Convention Center, shopping malls, Sea World, Universal Studios, EPCOT, and Disney Theme Parks. Within .5 mile you can dine at Belgamo's Italian, Maingate Pizza, or Passage to India. We feature 170 rooms, exercise gym, and outdoor pool. Amenities include complimentary continental breakfast, in-room mini-microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron with board, free scheduled shuttle service to Disney Theme Parks, and TV with cable. We also offer connecting rooms and cribs. Laundry/valet services, pay per view movies, meeting/banquet facilities and rollaway beds are available for a minimum charge.

    Directions: From I-4 East: Exit 30A left at 1st light, right on Highway 435 South/ Kirkman Road. From I-4 West: Exit 30A through 1st light (International Drive). Hampton Inn is on the right

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Here's a list of attractions...

by Kristina1701

Here's a list of attractions in Florida:
Kennedy Space Center (near Titusville),
Walt Disney World (Orlando),
Sea World (Orlando),
Universal Studios (Orlando),
Wet 'N Wild (Orlando),
Bush Gardens (Tampa),
Cypress Gardens (Winter Haven),
Jungle Queen (Fort Lauderdale),
Everglades Aligator Farm (near Homestead),
Hemmingway House (907 Whitehead St., 294-1575 / Key West),
Key West Aquarium (1 Whitehead St., Mallory Market, 296-2051 / Key West),
The Southernmost Point (Key West),

Universal Studios - Orlando

by titice

Great shows, but the rides are not so exciting. I have been told the California version is much better as you have the backstage tour.
There are 'Express' passes that allow you to 'skip the lines'. I really can't remember for each attractions exactly, but I know for most of them this pass is available.
The suggested planning provided by the park is:
Early morning/late afternoon: Men in Black Alien Attack, Back to the Future, Jaws and Kongfrontation.
During the middle of the day: the live shows
Late afternoon: Terminator 2 & Twister

Universal Studios - Orlando

by CJD68

Shark! Everyone out of the water.

All aboard. This trains leaving the station.

Hard Rock Orlando connects to Universal Studio. OK food, but be prepared to wait.


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Universal Studios Orlando

by galactichitchhiker


I hope to be in Orlando in August (the leest crowded month so I'm told.

Has anyone bought unused tickets & vouchers from ebay?

Are they good/ussable?

Also, if anyone can suggest a hotel, other than Hard Rock, that allows pets it wuold be appreciated.

M. Masters

Re: Universal Studios Orlando

by springbreak105

I'm not sure who told you that, but it is not the least crowed month at all!

It is definetly the hottest and most humid month lol.

I would highly highly recommend changing the dates. I can't even imagine having to wait in lines in the heat and humidty with rain shwoers in the afternoons.

The best months for themeparks for both weather and lines would be. October, November, Janurary, Feburary, March.

If you have kids, December, March, April are the best times.

I live in Orlando, have annual memberships to all the parks, so I know for sure the busy/slow/mid seasons etc.

If you have any other questions feel free to ask me.

Re: Universal Studios Orlando

by kimij

August....least crowded !!! sorry I think someone was having a joke!! The brits will be there in force as its the school summer holidays!! so maybe think again!!

I have had several tickets for theme parks and concerts etc from e bay and they have been fine.....many people have 5 day passes and maybe only use a couple of days and come home with unused days....however there is always a risk!!
remember to try to buy off someone with a high feedback rating! and someone who has sold/bought items many time

Re: Universal Studios Orlando

by tpappy

I have to agree that Aug. is the worst month to go to parks in Florida! Unbearably hot and extremely long lines. But, if that is the only chance you will get to go, most parks do sell an express pass that allows you to jump to the head of the line (approx. 15 min wait as opposed to 1 1/2 hrs) The pass is fairly cheap, but it is only good once for each ride. If you have a little time to spare (3-4 hrs) take a timeshare tour and you can get free tickets to any park you want - just look around they advertise all over Orlando. As for the hotels - look online, most larger chain hotels are pet friendly, and if they are not, they can tell you which hotels in the area are. I travel with my dog alot and never have any trouble finding a hotel, most dont even charge a pet fee.
Have fun in Florida!


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Address: 7110 South Kirkman Road, Orlando, Florida, 32819, United States