Legoland Castle Hotel reopens on Feb. 12 in California
Legoland Castle Hotel at Legoland California Resort will soon reopen its doors – just in time for President’s Day!
On Friday, Feb. 12, guests can get the royal treatment with access to Miniland U.S.A., The Big Shop and exclusive access to the Hideaways outside play structures inside the park.
With rooms available for as low as $169 per night, guests can immerse themselves in the world of Lego while simultaneously being just a mile away from the beach and nearby to Carlsbad Lagoon and Trails.
Legoland Castle Hotel is reopening under the latest guidance put in place by Governor Gavin Newsom after being closed for the past two months. Some of the changed experiences guests will encounter at the hotel include reduced capacity, cashless payments, social distancing and enhanced cleaning practices. Face coverings will be required for all guests ages 3 and older as well as all hotel staff, and temperatures will be taken at check-in.
“As a father of young children, I understand the desire for families to want to get out of the house, be in a fun environment and enjoy spring while staying safe together as a family,” said Kurt Stocks, president of Legoland California. “It’s our goal to provide a safe atmosphere and I hope we can soon open up our theme park as well as Sea Life aquarium for families to create memories together for years to come.”
To learn more about changes to the guest experience at the hotel and details on visiting, head to Legoland.com/California.