Thursday, July 19, 2012

Project 146 is Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort

Eight building permits were filed today for Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort which has been given the project name: Project 146.  The permit address is 6550 Adventure Way which puts the new resort on the south-westernmost expansion plot along Turkey Lake Rd..  Permits have also been filed for amenities such as pools and fire pits!  The permits all say its Phase 1 of 1800 room hotel development - phase 1 encompasses 600 guest rooms.  Will be interesting to see how that plays out.

There are three different buildings each containing 600 rooms:

Building A

Building B

Building C

Resort Sign

Fire Pit Amenity

Swimming Pool


  1. I had to read that twice to be sure. I've never seen a resort with that many rooms before.

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  2. And that it should also have extra amenities and a beautiful pool. My sister was able to stay in one of those hotels and resorts and according to her they have the most beautiful swimming pools a hotel can have. She was most particular about the swimming pool covers since she is kind of a obsessive compulsive and has to know if they work or not.

  3. If that's the case better tell her that upon ensuring her safety in any pool or some sorts its always better to check the pool fence in the area to be able to avoid and prevent any accidents or being injured cause the fence or the gates could protect her in any case.

  4. With that big Beach Resort, a complete set of swimming pool equipments must be observed. I wonder the cost of staying at that resort.

  5. Are they done building this cabana bay? Because if not, they can add some safety on their pools by installing glass pool fencing perth.

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  7. It's great that they were able to secure the necessary permits for operation. Images of the interiors of some of the accommodations would be very helpful for those who want a second look.

    D. Reed