LEGOLAND Florida Hotel Review

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1 LEGOLAND Way, Winter Haven FL 33884
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Editor’s Review of LEGOLAND Florida Hotel

Read between the bricks: LEGOLAND Florida Hotel is light years beyond your average theme park property.

At the property, which opened in May 2015, the real fun begins when you drive up and spot a smoke-breathing dragon atop the building (we're talking 445,000 LEGO bricks in the dragon alone). Enter the bells-and-whistles lobby that boasts 2,000 LEGO models and succumb to the inevitable -- the kids aren't budging. As you check in, take a good look at the more than 8,000 mini-figures that line the wall behind the front desk. See the bike moving? Those wheels are huge magnifying glasses that give a better close-up of each mini-figure. Meanwhile, the kids will be drawn to the lobby's huge pit brimming with LEGO bricks and a floor-to-ceiling LEGO
... more castle.

Let your kids play to their heart's content (this could take hours), then remind them that they haven't seen their themed hotel suite! Point them toward the elevator (and startle them by jumping on the built-in whoopee cushion that hides in plain sight in front of the elevator doors), step inside the elevator and watch their faces as they behold an experience that only LEGOLAND would dream up. You won't get a spoiler here, but know that Merlin Entertainment has taken elevators to a whole new level.

The 152 LEGOLAND guest suites deliver four exciting high-immersion themes: Pirate, Adventure, Kingdom and Friends. The standard suites are the most affordable and totally decked out in the room's theme, while the premium rooms are even more blinged-out. The VIP room is -- to put it bluntly -- insanely amazing for kids and parents alike.

An overnight at the LEGOLAND hotel gives your kids a session with a Master Builder, an over-the-top complimentary breakfast buffet, early entrance into LEGOLAND Florida and an easy walk -- symphony to a parent's ears -- to the theme park's entrance.

Kids and adults will both delight at the sight of the LEGOLAND Hotel's outdoor pool bobbing with colorful water bricks. And the small set will love the fabulous water fountains that sit under a kaleidoscope of butterflies (created from LEGO bricks). In the mornings and evenings, famed LEGO characters appear in the lobby, restaurant and play areas, and spend generous amounts of time with kids - the perfect time to capture memories on your camera. less
Our Editor Loves
  • 150 kid steps to entrance of LEGOLAND Florida
  • Toytel packed with LEGO bricks and elaborate play spaces
  • Model build sessions with a LEGO master builder
Family Interests
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Theme Parks
  • Water Parks
Family Amenities
  • Children's Program
  • Connecting Rooms
  • Cribs
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Game Room
  • Kids' Pool
  • Kids'/Theme Meals
  • Onsite Dining
  • Refrigerator
  • Pool
Our Member Reviews 868 Reviews
Ok, I don't know about a gazillion star rating, but this is a four star for kids at the very least. We are Disney fanatics & have been putting off a trip to Legoland because, well, frankly I was not sure how it would compare. ...
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Each guestroom is touted as a suite and does have two separate rooms, but does not have a door to separate the spaces. The kids' room is floor-to-ceiling decorated and has a bunk bed with a trundle allowing three kids in one bunk. The kids' room has a small flat-screen TV. Adults score the king bed in the main room that comes with a large, flat-screen TV and a premium cable package. All suites come with a mini-fridge, a Keurig coffeemaker (with coffee and hot chocolate pods) and a desk with free Wi-Fi. The bathrooms have modern sinks and tubs and, of course, more LEGO brick décor enhances the walls.

Playards are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The LEGOLAND Hotel also has a small number of connecting rooms on each floor. Request a playard or connecting room when you make your reservation. Rollaway beds and cribs are not available.

Tip: If you'd love a view of Lake Eloise or the hotel pool, request a room on the fourth or fifth floor.

Standard Suites
The Standard Suite offers the best bang for your buck -- your suite comes with all of the above and LEGO brick decorations galore. Every room has several pieces that are created entirely from LEGO bricks. Each room includes one bucket of LEGO bricks and kids may discover more LEGO pieces inside their treasure chest (which are theirs to keep.)

The Adventure Suite is based on an explorer concept with an ancient Egypt vibe. The kids' area is fully themed from the carpet to the walls with LEGO snakes, spiders and maps everywhere.

The Friends Suite is dripping in purples, greens, butterflies and the five LEGO Friends from Heartlake City -- Andrea, Emma, Mia, Olivia and Stephanie -- even their cute animals are pictured on pillows and walls. Winning ribbons festoon the wall.

The Kingdom Suite is brimming in knights, wizards, flying dragons and old world shields with a lion emblem.

The Pirate Suite has an amazing red and black spider with a skull on top made in LEGO brick.

Premium Suites
Premium rooms deepen the LEGO décor by giving kids a more immersive experience in the LEGO-themed guestrooms. Premium suites' beds sport lavish canopies, and walls have floor-to-ceiling scenes, plus even more LEGO models throughout.

VIP Suites
Four VIP Suites sleep a whopping nine guests and are available in the four themes. The VIP Suites offer the most luxurious stay at the LEGOLAND Florida Hotel. The wildly spacious (over 900 square feet) two-bedroom suite delivers a kid bedroom with ample space for two bunk beds, each with a trundle so three kids per bunk fit beautifully. The adult's bedroom has a king bed and an enormous screened-in balcony overlooking Lake Eloise and the hotel's colorful pool with a high-end wicker dining table and seating for the entire crew. Connecting the king bedroom and the kids' room is a living room with window treatments drenched in the suite's theme, two comfy couches and a large, flat-screen TV. Each bedroom also has a flat-screen TV as well.


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