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Halloween Horror Nights 25: On-Site Hotels Sellouts


After the full lineup being revealed, Universal’s on-site hotels are already selling out on many Halloween Horror Nights 25 event dates. We’ve compiled the availability of all of Universal’s on-site hotels during the Horror Nights season.

Please keep in mind these dates can change very quickly. Rooms become available as cancellations occur, so if you’re set on a date, we recommend continuing to check for availability.

In addition, we expect several of the remaining dates to continue to sell out as well. This means if you’ve been waiting to book your room, now would be the time to do so. You can visit Universal’s website to book, or if you want to have the experts plan and book your vacation at no additional cost to you, contact Orlando Informer Travel.

It’s important to note that Halloween Horror Nights itself is not sold out on any date, just the on-site hotels. A Halloween Horror Nights sell out hasn’t ever occurred more than 24 hours prior to an event date.

Orlando Informer is proud to provide our fans with the world’s most popular unofficial guide to this year’s Halloween Horror Nights event. Just like the entire OI Universal Center, our information is COMPREHENSIVE, OBSESSIVELY UPDATED & COMPLETELY FREE. Click here to see our complete guide to Halloween Horror Nights 2015.

Updated: September 1

September 2015 on-site hotel availability

October 2015 on-site hotel availability

All hotels are available on November 1, 2015.

Continue your Halloween Horror Nights planning by checking out our HHN 25 Admission Guide: Tickets, Express, & Tours.

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