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« on: November 26, 2015, 01:51:24 AM »



Nickelodeon Suites Resort, located in Orlando, Florida, is a Nickelodeon-themed hotel that opened in 2005 that boasts 777 suites, two waterparks, and a "mall" area consisting of an arcade, gift shop, and restaurants featuring Nickelodeon theming, as well as meet-and-greets with characters from Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. shows, including SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The time capsule from the defunct Nickelodeon Studios at Universal Orlando (now renamed Sharp Aquos Theatre and hosting the Blue Man Group) has been reburied at the Nick Hotel, but it is still set to be opened in the year 2042. The resort opened in 2005 as the Nickelodeon Family Suites by Holiday Inn.


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« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2016, 08:20:44 AM »

Nick Hotel to become a Holiday Inn
By Caitlin Dineen, Orlando Sentinel

he Nick Hotel will be no more after April 17.

The Nickelodeon Suites Resort property, located off World Center Drive, will become the Holiday Inn Resort Orlando Suites — Waterpark, according to a statement on the Nick Hotel's website.


"The resort will continue to be a destination hotel dedicated to imagination, play and exploration for kids and parents alike!" reads the statement.

Rebranding will be effective April 18. No Nickelodeon experiences will be offered at the resort once the property is rebranded.
 


When the hotel launched in 2005, becoming the first Nick Hotel, it was done in partnership with Holiday Inn.

The rebranding was announced as the hotel starts a $30 million renovation, including new renovated suites and upgrades to The Lagoon Pool and Café, which is closed through Feb. 29. The resort's Café in the Mall is also undergoing renovations, according to the website.
Once upgrades are complete, the Holiday Inn will feature a renovated waterpark, laser maze, a 4-D theater and live entertainment.

The Nick Hotel sold in 2014 for $78.8 million. It celebrated its 10th anniversary last year with parties, extra activities and general celebration with the characters of the most popular Nickelodeon shows.
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