Legoland Hotel


Florida Legoland Theme Park

Our recent visit to the LEGOLAND Hotel was truly a spectacular experience.  This five-story, 152-room hotel is located in Winter Haven, Florida and immerses guests into a creative LEGO world designed to bring children's imaginations to life. More than two million LEGO bricks make up over 2,000 LEGO models throughout the Hotel. The LEGOLAND Hotel is built for kids to take control, with LEGO surprises around every corner.  It is truly a one of a kind experience!


Florida Legoland Theme Park

At the LEGOLAND Hotel, kids are the main guests and unforgettable family memories are made.  Each guest room has a fun theme:  Pirate, Adventure, Kingdom, or LEGO® Friends.  We chose to stay in the Kingdom room during our visit.

Kingdom Room

While Miss Cupcake adored everything about the Kingdom room, she was particularly excited about having her very own sleeping area.  When we arrived to our room, a fun treasure hunt was waiting for her.  She was beyond thrilled to follow the instructions (with the help of Daddy) and find the combination to unlock the treasure chest.  Her "treasure" consisted of  LEGO  magazines, special drinks for tay,stay, LEGO kits, and more!


Kingdom Room

Even the bathrooms were decorated to perfection and very toddler friendly.  Miss Cupcake was happy to see that the toilets had a child size toilet seat just like the one she has at home (only parent's of newly potty trained children will understand the profound importance of this feature). 

Kingdom Room

Miss Cupcake loved curling up in the incredibly comfortable bed and watching The Lego Movie which is available on the TVs.


A stay at the LEGOLAND Hotel is a unique, resort experience including a full schedule of nightly entertainment for kids of all ages to enjoy. Will you compete in the Hero Games, meet your favorite Characters, join the nightly kids pajama party (Miss Cupcake's personal favorite) or do everything?  Guests can enjoy a stroll along the boardwalk which overlooks the beautiful Lake Eloise.  Be sure to keep an eye out for special LEGO surprises hidden in the trees!  Splash and play in the zero-entry, heated pool with soft bricks to build while you swim.  There was never a dull moment during our stay at the LEGOLAND Hotel.  Visit the Concierge for a complete schedule of activities during your stay.  


We loved the convenience of staying right next to the LEGOLAND park.  This made it easy to get an early start to our fun filled day.  From the breathtaking view atop Island in the Sky to the toddler friendly Duplo Valley, there is truly something for everyone!


Practicing your cannonball because LEGOLAND also has a water park!  From the LEGO wave pool to the Build-A-Raft lazy river, tube slides, body slides and interactive water structures, Miss Cupcake soaked up tons of fun.  Dear Hubby and I enjoyed relaxing at the LEGOLAND Water Park just as much as she did!



The Brick-or-Treat event takes place weekends in October, and features trick-or-treating along the brick or treat trail, super brick build activities, the largest LEGO Jack-O-Lantern in the world, Halloween entertainment and an all-kids costume contest with brick-tastic prizes! Miss Cupcake had so much fun and was thrilled with the candy stash that she collected.



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2 comments

  1. Oh my, they totally decked it out! It looks like she had a blast too. We went there in March but stayed right outside the park.

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    1. I highly recommend staying at the LEGOLAND Hotel if possible. It really took the experience from great to SPECTACULAR! :)

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