The least expensive luxury option at Universal does an apt impression of South Seas style in the 1930s, with muted cream colors dominated by giant flowers on the walls. It’s more luxurious yet cheaper than the Disney Polynesian, with a lush pool area (sandy beach, winding garden paths, interactive water play area) and a sophisticated, wood-and-wicker look. The standard is high: very soft robes, cushy beds with fat pillows, and marble-top chests. It’s right over the road from Islands of Adventure; many rooms have a panorama of it. In any other city, the Royal Pacific might be everyone’s favorite resort. Here, though, its subtler charms get lost in a noisy crowd.