Where do you take the kids when Disney World is no longer enough? The Legoland Hotel in Florida, of course. This newest addition to the state’s kitschy hotel list is friendly for kids of all ages (despite WJCT News reporting that it was specifically designed for two to 12 year olds).
Legoland Hotel certainly looks like it was built by Emmet Brickowski, and Lego lovers (yes, even adults) will revel in its over-the-topness. It has themed rooms and suites: Pirate, Adventure, Kingdom and Lego Friends. The rooms are also equipped with Lego playsets, of course, and treasure chests that can be unlocked after completing a hotel scavenger hunt.
There are also interactive play areas throughout the hotel, including a pool complete with Lego floaties, the castle area (with pirates, ogres and a Lego-filled moat) and the front lobby, where kids can skim through ponds of Lego bricks. Of course, that’s if they’re not distracted by the wall featuring over 5,000 figures at the reception desk.
There’s also Bricks Family Restaurant, with a buffet station featuring delicious and healthy items, not just junk food. And the best part? It’s designed for children’s heights so they can get their own grub.
The Florida location is the third Lego hotel, after Legoland California and Legoland Windsor Resort in the U.K. Room rates aren’t cheap (starting at $272.98 per night) but that’s in the same ballpark as any other themed hotel specializing in making kids’ days. And we mean ALL the kids in your family (we’re looking at you, Mom and Dad).