This year will see LEGOLAND Windsor Resort open the doors of an all-new themed hotel. It is due to open in March 2012 and will allow guests to the park to fully immerse themselves in the world of LEGO. Greeting guests will be a whopping 5,000 mini-figures now that the finishing touches are added…
Staying overnight at the new LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Hotel is a must for all LEGO fans. From the spectacular dragon-guarded entrance and interactive LEGO features through to the brightly coloured pirate splash pool and fully themed bedrooms, our new hotel will inspire imaginations and create laugh-out loud memories. With dedicated indoor play areas, entertainment, a buffet-style restaurant serving child-friendly meals and free parking throughout your stay, it’s the perfect family treat.
The LEGOLAND Hotel will feature three different types of themed room – Pirates, Adventure or Kingdom full of exciting features and nice little details. Here is the latest update from the LEGOLAND Hotel as the finishing touches are added;
RECEPTION WALL MADE FROM 5,000 LEGO MINIFIGURES REVEALED
AS THE NEW LEGOLAND® Hotel NEARS COMPLETION
The new LEGOLAND hotel at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort will open in mid-March and work is now nearing completion. The unique LEGO themed family hotel features 1,600 LEGO models, from a giant fire breathing dragon to tiny exotic butterflies. Final model installations and checks were made this morning (Thursday 2nd February) and some of the most unique features revealed for the first time.
Amongst the most stunning features in the hotel is the wall behind the check in desk - made from 5,000 minute 4cm tall LEGO mini figures. Measuring 1.5 metres by 10 metres long it took over 85 man hours to create.
Also undergoing final model installs was the more grown up Skyline bar, complete with a LEGO Manhattan horizon featuring model skyscrapers populated with a whole neighbourhood of little LEGO people. And the final bricks were put in place on an array of models in the 150 themed bedrooms – from monkeys and parrots to pirate skull and cross bones.
The 150 bedrooms fall into three themes – Pirate, Kingdom or Adventure – all stamped with the colour, fun and interactivity of LEGO, including a multitude of decorative models and plenty of LEGO to play with. The hotel opening co-incides with the beginning of the 2012 season at LEGOLAND Windsor Resort on Saturday 17th March.
Find out more at www.legoland.co.uk, and of course keep an eye on All About Bricks for the latest LEGOLAND updates.