Lonely Planet Writer

Dinosaur-mad kids will love staying at these Jurassic World-themed hotel suites

Children all over the world have become dinosaur-mad this summer, thanks to the release of the movie, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. If you want to give your own bunch an extra-special treat, you can now stay at the specially-designed Jurassic World Kids Suites at a hotel at Universal Orlando in Florida.

There are twin beds at the Jurassic World Kids’ Suites. Image: Loews Royal Pacific Resort

The newly-redesigned rooms at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort aim to make the children feel as if they are scientists at Isla Nublar, the fictional Central American island in the Jurassic Park franchise. The 670 sq ft suite has two connecting bedrooms and can accommodate up to five people with one king-size bed, two twin beds and an optional rollaway bed. The children’s room opens out into the main bedroom, so there is no chance of your little creatures escaping into the wilderness.

Beds at the Jurassic World Kids’ Suites. Image: Loews Royal Pacific Resort

The children’s bedding is designed to look like the test tubes where the Jurassic Park dinosaurs were formed. The beds themselves are inspired by the gyrosphere ride that takes visitors through Jurassic Park in the movie. Dinosaur-loving children will be delighted to walk on carpet that doubles as a gyrosphere ride path map with dinosaur tracks on the floor, and other touches include a custom wall mural featuring graphics from the movie of pterodactyls in flight and curtains that look like dinosaur skin.

Dinosaur-mad kids can stay at the Jurassic World Kids’ Suites. Image: Loews Royal Pacific Resort

Rates for the room this summer range from US$489 to $679 (€422 to €586) per night, and include complimentary Universal Express Unlimited passes, which allow holders to skip the regular theme park lines at Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Island of Adventure. Guests also receive admission to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal’s Volcano Bay one hour before the park opens. A valid theme park admission is required in both cases. For further information, please see here.