Universal Beijing Resort will reopen on June 15, after closing in early May due to a spike in COVID-19 cases.
The Universal Studios Grand Hotel, NUO Hotel, and Universal CityWalk Beijing will reopen on June 14. Universal Studios Beijing will open on June 15, with controlled guest flow and stronger COVID-19 prevention measures.
The resort will operate at 75% capacity. Indoor attractions and entertainment will have limited capacity.
All guests must provide a negative NAT test result taken within 72 hours, as well as their Health Kit and personal ID. They must also get a temperature check and have a valid park reservation to enter.
Pre-sale tickets and hotel bookings will be available starting June 11 in limited amounts daily.
The dates for the Universal Beijing Resort Winter and Spring Leisure Pass and other non-dated tickets will be automatically extended for guests who purchased on May 1 or earlier.
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