Collage of four images from Visa Lounge: visa office entrance, self-service kiosk, exterior of a visa building, and a framed poster of "amity boat tours.

PHOTOS, VIDEO: Tour the New Universal Studios Florida Visa Lounge

Toni Ferrigno

The exclusive Visa Lounge at Universal Studios Florida is now open to select cardholders.

Universal Studios Florida Visa Lounge

Outside the Universal Studios Florida Visa Lounge

The Visa Lounge is located at the front of the park, across from Guest Services. It is exclusive to Universal Rewards Plus Visa Signature cardholders. It has a counterpart at Universal Studios Hollywood that opened in March of 2024.

A commercial building entrance featuring a white door with visa logos, flanked by two tall, narrow trees under a blue and yellow awning.

The entrance can be spotted by its blue and yellow awning.

Modern office lounge with visa logo on the wall, blue sofas, yellow cushions, and a television in the background.

Once inside, the first thing we noticed was how cold the air conditioning was, perfect for a break during a summer day at Universal Orlando Resort. The lounge is open every day from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Team member at desk inside of Visa Lounge

At the entrance, guests will be met with a team member. Each card holder can bring three additional guests with them into the lounge.

Modern office lounge with blue and beige sofas, yellow chairs, a tv displaying "this is," and wooden wall accents.

There is ample seating, all done in Visa’s signature blue and yellow colorway.

Modern break room with yellow chairs, tall white tables, a kitchenette, and a blue screen displaying vacation planning tips.

The design overall is clean and modern. The seating areas and all nicely separated so that different parties can take up their own section.

Modern office lounge with blue and grey chairs, yellow stools at a high counter, and decorative blue wall bands.

A high countertop is tucked into a nook with both regular outlets and USB outlets. This would be a great area to get a bit of work done in the park.

Modern office lobby featuring two tan sofas, round white coffee tables, and a wall with horizontal wooden slats and a blue triangular design.

There is additional seating and tables on the right side of the room.

Modern reception area with a blue digital sign stating "upgrade your tickets here," surrounded by mirrors and shelves with snacks.

Along the back wall is a television and a refreshment area with two mini refrigerators stocked with complimentary water bottles.

Three wicker baskets on a black counter; one with napkins, one with bags of chips, and one with assorted candy bars.

The complimentary snacks offered during our visit included chips and granola bars.

Modern water fountain with built-in bottle filling station and led light, located in an indoor setting beside a potted plant.

Guests with their own reusable water bottles also have the option to fill up using the water refill station.

Modern lounge with blue sofas, yellow cushions, armchairs, and a bar area with stools; televisions on, drapes, and indoor plants.

The lounge gets lots of sunlights from the windows to the left.

A black door with a silver handle on the right, an access control keypad, and a blue accessibility sign next to it, located in a corridor with white walls.

There’s a single stall family restroom exclusive to the Visa Lounge

Modern bathroom interior featuring a white sink, geometric tile backsplash, a rectangular mirror with rounded corners, and sconce lighting.

The interior of the restroom has blue and gold tiling.

Black and white framed photo of a historic street at night, displayed on a wall, featuring vintage buildings and a tram.

The primary Universal theming in the Visa Lounge comes by way of black and white photographs of Universal attractions past and present. This first one is of the Hollywood Backlot set.

Framed photograph on a wall showcasing a nighttime scene of the "captain jake's amity boat tours" sign, illuminated under street lamps.

Here, we have the signage for Captain Jake’s Amity Boat Tours, a.k.a Jaws, the attraction that was open from 1990 to 2012.

Black and white framed photo of a nickelodeon-themed group of cartoon characters, displayed on a blue wall.

Next up is the exterior of Jimmy Neutron’s Nicktoon Blast, with various Nicktoons, including Jimmy himself stood outside. The simulator attraction was open from 2003 through 2011, before being replaced by Despicable Me Minion Mayhem.

Black and white photograph of Bruce the Shark

Bruce the Shark gets his own photo, with the plaque noting he was in place in Amity from 1990 through 2012, before being relocated.

Institute of Future Technology sign

This photo is of the Institute of Future Technology marquee from Back to the Future The Ride, which was open from 1991 to 2002.

Framed black-and-white photograph of a statue on a pedestal surrounded by decorative elements, displayed on a wall.

Finally, there is this photo of the Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters Cafe, which opened in 1998 and closed in 2022.

Watch our full tour of the Universal Studios Florida Visa Lounge below:

If you’re looking to apply for the card, there are Visa kiosks in both parks. You can apply right there and if approved, you will be given your card on the spot along with other benefits.

Will you be visiting the Visa Lounge at Universal Studios Florida? Let us know in the comments below.

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