The new Legoland Hotel at Legoland Florida Resort opened today, marking the expansion of the resort to become a multi-day experience for families.
The grand opening featured thousands of colorful Lego Minifigures blasting out of cannons atop the hotel, and one child discovering a key (made of Lego) to open the hotel built for kids.
The new Legoland Hotel debuts several features unique to Legoland Florida Resort. It offers the only Lego Friends themed guest rooms in the U.S., and the only Lego Friends themed suite in the world. Based on the popular Lego Friends product line, this room theme is modeled after the five Lego Friends personalities: Olivia, Stephanie, Emily, Mia and Andrea.
Legoland Hotel is also offering hotel guests exclusive access to a Master Model Builder Workshop by being the first Legoland Resort to move its Model Shop inside the hotel. Hotel guests will be able to build side-by-side with a Master Model Builder during daily build sessions.
“Legoland Florida Resort is continuously expanding, making it an awesome place for families with children to stay for multiple days. The addition of Legoland Hotel makes that possible,” said Legoland Florida Resort General Manager Adrian Jones. “The hotel is a fully immersive experience, with a number of exclusive features unique to Legoland Florida Resort and we’re excited to welcome families to stay and play with us for the first time in Florida!”
Legoland Hotel features 152 guest rooms and suites across four themes: Pirate, Kingdom, Adventure and Lego Friends. Guests of the hotel also enjoy early access to Legoland Florida, free full breakfast daily, interactive play areas, daily and nightly entertainment, a disco elevator, resort pool and more.
Each room sleeps up to five, and offers a king-sized bed for adults and a separate sleeping area for up to three children, featuring a bunk bed and a trundle bed, as well as two televisions. VIP Suites feature a king bed, a living room, pull out sofa, kids’ play area and three televisions. Suites can sleep up to nine people. All rooms and suites feature Lego models and a treasure chest, which can be unlocked only by completing a hotel scavenger hunt.
Room rates begin at $219 per night. To make a reservation, visit LegolandHotel.com.
Get a look around the hotel and inside the different themed rooms in our videos below: