The moment we arrived at LEGOLAND Hotel, we were ushered into a wonderful world of LEGO where everything is literally built with LEGO bricks. You’ll probably have the same feeling after reading my first post. As promised, I’ll bring you for a visual tour to the various themed rooms in LEGOLAND Hotel in this post.
There are 4 different room types in LEGOLAND Hotel. Their sizes and capacities are depicted below:
- Theme Room – 35sqm (5 pax)
- Premium Theme Room – 35sqm (5 pax)
- Deluxe Theme Room – 50sqm (8 pax)
- Suite – 70sqm (8 pax)
All the rooms have theme park views, except the theme rooms (#1). Besides the view, the theme rooms have minor differences in its wall and door finishing. Part of the room is painted, as compared to the other rooms where all the walls have wallpapers. Please refer to the hotel website for pictures.
During the media preview, I understand that the price difference between the theme room and premium theme room can be as low as RM50 during the low seasons.
All the rooms include a king-sized bed for adults, plus a separate semi-private sleeping area for children, complete with a bunk bed, pull-out trundle bed, entertainment unit and LEGO toys. For deluxe room and suite, there are two bunk beds and two pull-out trundle beds.
All the rooms also come with a high-definition flat panel television, mini-fridge, coffee-maker, work-station, hair-dryer and complimentary toiletries. The toiletries provided are hand soap and 2-in-1 body shower and shampoo on wall-mounted dispensers (no miniature sized bottles).
All the bathrooms have standing shower, with no bath tub except the suite. The suite has two bathrooms – one with bath tub, and the other one with standing shower. The suite also has a living and dining hall.
Room rates start from RM400, depending on room types and seasons, and it includes breakfast for all pax. Theme park and water park tickets are to be purchased separately. Complimentary car-parking is provided for all guests.
I’ve to make a special mention for the Treasure Chest (with a brick built monkey sitting on top) that is available in all rooms. There is a paper where the children need to solve some clues in their room to get the code to unlock the treasure chest. This definitely got Little Edison super excited, and of course, he managed to unlock the chest and get rewarded with some goodies.
Besides the four room types, there are three different themes to choose from. And they are:
1. Pirate: You’ll see pirate bedding, curtains, skulls and cross bones, as well as a LEGO parrot.
2. Adventure: You’ll see hidden treasures, scorpions, lizards and other jungle animals.
3. Kingdom: You’ll see bunting, shields, fire, and flags that meet the royal standards.
The hotel dining includes:
- Bricks Family Restaurant: It’s an all day dining, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in a buffet-style. It’s the biggest restaurant in the hotel, with a capacity for 465 guests!
- Gourmet Bricks Fine Dining: It’s an ala-carte restaurant. (Not opened yet during the media preview)
- The Skyline Bar: It serves drinks throughout the day.
During our stay, we had our breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Bricks Family Restaurant. The buffet spread is impressive, and we really like the local nasi lemak, chicken curry, prawn sambal and tom yam soup!
The ice-cream corner is keeping our boy really busy.
Last but not least, you can get a chance to take pictures with life-sized LEGO figures during your meal! How awesome is that!
All in all, we really enjoyed our stay at LEGOLAND Hotel, as well as two days of fun at the theme park and water park. I’ve attempted to come up with a few criticisms, but I really can’t think of anything that did not meet my expectations.
Does that warrant a trip back any time soon? Certainly YES! We’ll be back again! For those of you who are planning for a visit this Dec school holiday, a quick word – GO FOR IT!