More details revealed about Harry Potter theme park

March 31, 2014 by  

Organizers of the new Harry Potter-themed area that will be opening at Universal Orlando Resort this summer have recently revealed more details about features at the park and the new hotel at the Cabana Bay Beach Resort.

No doubt flyer printing is being used to distribute more information about these attractions so as to draw as many people as possible to the park.

It has been confirmed that there will be a Hogwarts Express train where travelers will seem to pass through wall of brick and then get on a train with a steam and whistle. They will then have two experiences; one will be to the area at Universal Studios Park with a London theme, and another will be to the original Wizarding World of Harry Potter at the Islands of Adventure at Universal. Here, travelers will be able to see characters from the series of Harry Potter books, including the Weasley twins on brooms, Hagrid on a motorbike in the air, and the Knight Bus in London traffic.

The new hotel will be opening a third of its 1,800 rooms on March 31. The hotel has a mid-century modernist architecture style from the 1950s and 1960s. When completed, there will be 900 rooms that will be larger and have kitchenettes. There will be a lazy river, a waterslide, and two beach-themed pools so that, according to the vice president and executive project director of Universal Creative, Russ Dagon, guests will still have the theme park experience.

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