“When the hotel opens on March 17, 50 percent of the rooms will be available to guests (1,025 rooms) and then the remaining rooms will open later in 2020,” a Universal spokesperson told Orlando Rising.
The 30th edition of Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights will run 39 nights, three fewer than the 2019 event.
“We recently announced we are doing a fourth gate in Orlando in 2023,” said NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke. “We think the theme park business is a great business for us.”
In the audio, guests are heard crying, asking for help from emergency services and expressing serious concern about health problems of those on board the gondolas.