Saturday, June 8, 2013

Renovated rooms to feature theme based movies

The Despicable Me 2010 classic features a super-villain named Gru that finds himself in competition with a mad scientist named Vector who has stolen the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Gru, with the help of Dr. Nefario and his minions, decide to steal a shrink ray from an Asian laboratory to execute the ultimate plot of shrinking the moon.

Meanwhile,  at home, Gru's three adopted daughters Margo, Edith, and Agnes continue to require his attention causing him reconside his responsibility as a father. 

After receiving both critically acclaimed reviews and grossing over $543 million worldwide, against a budget of $69 million, Universal is taking the film to a new level.   Recent press release from Universal has revealed a first of its kind renovation to the world class Portofino Bay Hotel that will host some 18 kids' suites that will feature the theme based movie Despicable Me.

Each room captures all the playfulness and thrills of the movie with Gru's minions around every corner. With the changing social climate in our society,  family suites are becoming the standard in the Orlando market.  Moreover, Universals Loews Royal Pacific Hotel has remodeled its suites after the Jurassic Park movies with 8 themed kids' suites in all.

Not only is Universal catering to this new trend but Disney World has recently built it's latest hotel Disney Art of Animation that boasts 1,1120 family-style suites.

Booking for the new Despicable Me Minion suites will be available after October 1, 2013.


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