Legoland Florida Resort has opened the reservation line for overnight stays at its new Legoland Hotel, set to open next year.
Though this year’s summer holidays may be drawing to a close, families with little fans of the stackable building bricks may want to consider a trip to the largest Legoland park in the world for next year, now that it’s about to open an on-site hotel.
Lego has recently experienced a major renaissance thanks to the major silver screen hit “The Lego Movie” released earlier this year.
The five-storey Lego-themed hotel is currently being built at the main entrance of the theme park, 45 minutes from Orlando, and will include a pool, restaurants, interactive play areas and nightly entertainment.
Pirate, Kingdom or Adventure-themed rooms can now be booked for mid-June, and come with a queen-size bed for grown-ups, and a separate sleeping area for up to three kids. The hotel features 152 rooms and suites.
Legoland Florida Resort includes 50 rides, shows and attractions, in addition to a Water Park.
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