Stay the Night at the Real-Life Legoland

Opening in Spring 2013, the Legoland California Resort Hotel features 250 family-friendly rooms set to pirate, kingdom, and adventure themes. Guests will have early morning access to the park, which is just a hop, skip and a jump away.

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There are approximately 3,422 LEGO models in the entire Hotel, created out of more than three million LEGO bricks, like this dragon-guarded entrance.
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Every room includes a separate sleeping area for up to three children complete with bunk beds and pull-out trundle bed, two TVs just for kids to watch movies and play games in their own sleeping area, and a treasure chest that can be unlocked to reveal a treasure hunt activity that lets kids (or adults) find clues throughout the room.
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A view of the premium adventure room. Guests can choose whether they want a themed or premium experience.
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The premium themed rooms, like this premium kingdom room, have additional LEGO models and themed wall paper.
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Wannabe buccaneers will want to hole up in the premium pirate room.
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There are at least eight LEGO models in every room, like the adventure theme room seen here.
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The kingdom themed room brings the lego castle to life.
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Bricks Family Restaurant lets adults relax and dine as kids play with fun games and their favorite LEGO characters, offering a buffet station built at a height that all kids can reach.
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There are several themed play areas, like the Castle Play area, where a pirate ship with a pirate blimp attached is attempting to dock in a LEGO-filled moat next to an interactive castle.
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