When you need a hotel that’s a little more urbane and less kid-clogged, come here. Opened in August 2018, Universal’s sixth hotel is a moderate-chic choice, the most adult-feeling theme-park hotel in Orlando—it’s a 16-story tower with that polished-concrete-and-white-wall modern Miami aesthetic. Tucked down by Sapphire Falls (you’ll access its ferry after a 5-min. walk), its signature destination is Bar 17 Bistro, an open-air rooftop bar and grill with fantastic views, truly adult cocktails, and a happy hour that starts at 10pm. In the rooms, bedside tablets control the television, temperature, and lights; your view of Orlando is unobstructed with floor-to-ceiling windows. Standard two-queen rooms are on lower floors and are 314 square feet; Skyline rooms are the same size, but are high enough for city views or to spot Disney’s fireworks in the far distance (you’ll want to be on floor 8 or above for that), and are $25 more; standard king rooms are smaller (238 sq. ft.) and come with a pullout couch. Instead of a restaurant, a food court does surprisingly good and quick global cuisine (sushi, stir-fry, burgers). Guests won’t receive Express privileges and they’ll have to link with the parks by bus, but they will be allowed early park entry in the mornings.