Looks like our family has a new vacation destination, and it’s only 45 minutes from home: The new Legoland Hotel. We’ve always been fans of Lego, and Legoland, and visit a few times a year. With two young boys (5 & 8) this is a no brainer. I’d probably get my parenting license revoked if I didn’t take my kids to the land of plastic bricks. Basically we wait till out-of-towners show up with plans and we tag along. That’s how we roll in our So Cal abode.
But with the opening of the new Legoland Hotel, the Legoland Park has kicked it up a notch. Now we’re talking resort. Now we’re making our own reservations.
Why would a So Cal resident like me, only about 45 minutes away from the park, choose to spend the night? Why not? Between the Lego themed park, the Waterpark and the Aquarium, there is plenty to do over the course of multiple days. We’re talking easy family weekend getaway. Fun guaranteed.
From the moment you check into this hotel to the moment you check out, you’ve got something to smile about. The new hotel takes both parental and kid tastes into consideration, tosses in a liberal dose of humor and offers up an opportunity to enjoy all three of the resort’s parks at a leisurely pace. Or hang by the pool, if that’s more your speed.
If that is not enough to make you grin, I have two words for you: Disco Elevator. Allow me to take you on a tour…
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Disclosure: Our family was invited to a media event for the grand opening of the Hotel, which included an overnight stay at the hotel and park admission, for the purpose of reporting on the new hotel. All opinions are my own and I have not been compensated for this post.
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