Universal Beijing Resort Grand Opening Set for September 20th

At long last, we’ve finally learned that the Universal Beijing Resort, the latest addition to the Universal Parks & Resorts family, will hold its grand opening on September 20th!

Credit to @gourmetdyy on Twitter

Universal’s Beijing outpost will become the fifth Universal resort (and sixth park overall) worldwide, and Universal Studios Beijing is reportedly the largest of any Universal park. The resort released an official statement today via their official website:

Universal Beijing Resort today announced its official grand opening will be on September 20, 2021. With the grand opening, Universal Studios Beijing theme park, two resort hotels and Universal CityWalk Beijing will be open to guests officially. After the opening, guests will enter Universal Studios Beijing theme park with ticket while Universal CityWalk Beijing is accessible without an admission ticket, but capacity will be monitored and controlled in accordance with the pandemic prevention requirement.

The Universal Beijing Resort opening will include the Universal Studios Beijing theme park, Universal CityWalk Beijing, and two extraordinary hotels, The Universal Studios Grand Hotel and the NUO Resort Hotel. Guests can enjoy blockbuster fun with immersive experiences in the largest Universal Studios at its opening, exploring 37 rides and attractions in the seven immersive themed lands of the park, as well as 24 shows and performances in the resort all day long.

Trial operations, as we previously revealed this week, commence September 1st and run through the day before grand opening on the 19th. Further information, including ticket and hotel room prices, have yet to be released to the public, so stay tuned to Universal Parks News Today as this story develops.

Are you excited to visit Universal Beijing Resort once travel to China resumes? Let us know in the comments below!

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20 days ago

Can there be a separate tab for Beijing news? Not planning on going nor i care to have it on my news thread. I appreciate all you guys do at WDWNT. Thanks

Tom Corless
20 days ago
Reply to  Erikster

Just don’t click it. Not trying to be rude, but I don’t expect everyone to read every story.

Another Viewpoint
Another Viewpoint
19 days ago

The hotel looks kinda plain to be honest. This is one the places I will visit along with Shanghai Disneyland once it is politically okay to visit China lol.