Last weekend saw the opening of a brand new hotel at the Legoland Florida amusement park. The 152-room establishment is close to the main entrance of the theme park and offers sweeping views across Florida’s Lake Eloise and the surrounding district of Winter Haven.
Legoland spokesperson Brittany Williams said the hotel had been designed to provide youngsters with the ultimate play experience. She stated that each of the guestrooms had the same collections of Lego models and bucketfuls of bricks. Another feature is a treasure chest which requires the room’s occupants to search for magical access codes.
Guests staying at the Legoland Florida Hotel also get the chance of trying out the waterpark and the 50-plus attractions and joyrides in the park before day-visitors as they are provided with early admission as part of their packages. Another plus is free and unlimited access to daily Model Builder workshops.
The 152 rooms are spread over three storeys and have three classes: standard, premium and suites. The rooms are segregated into four main themes which are adventure, pirate, kingdom and friends.
The rooms can accommodate five and provide separate sleeping zones for parents and their offspring. The kiddies’ areas are equipped with bunk and foldaway beds while external balconies on the suites provide parents with a place to relax.
Lego’s signature dragon sits above the front portico and the bright colours the external walls are covered with warns new arrivals they are in for an experience like no other. This uniqueness is further enhanced by thousands of Lego figures and mock-ups and a disco lift.