I believe that would be considered Spring and that the Winter promos would be over. Not to mention that is peak Spring Break time so I'm sure the hotels (Disney or good neighbor) will be full prince and/or close to full.
According to all the park calendars that period is in between spring break and grad weeks and is usually pretty dead
My only advice is; once you make your reservation, whatever the price, keep checking the rates. I book my stays pretty far in advance and I was recently able to extend our stay for an additional night for only $70.00 (for a 5th night) because the nightly rate had dropped.
"Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain."
Forgive me for taking this to WDW for one post, but the title of this thread called me.
About 13 years ago we had a reservation to be among the first to stay at the then new Pop Century resort for $79 a night, but it didn't open in time and Disney let us stay at the Animal Kingdom Lodge for just $10 more a night. Now I feel like making reservations far in advance for the first weeks when an American Disney resort is scheduled to open. I wouldn't waste my time doing this at Universal Orlando because they probably open resorts ahead of schedule.
Who watches over construction for Universal? This person is really, really good at his/her job--like Joe Fowler, the former military leader who oversaw construction projects for Walt & Roy. Or are some former Disney Imagineers at Universal motivated to embarrass Iger, Staggs, Eisner and Pressler?