Legoland CA Hotel to officially reopen on July 17, 2020

Legoland Hotel

Slumber parties, staycations and family fun await guests as the LEGOLAND® Hotel at LEGOLAND® California Resort officially reopens on July 17, 2020.

With rooms as low as $169 a night, located just one mile from beautiful beaches, near Carlsbad Lagoon and Trails, the only hotel of its kind in California is ready to once again immerse guests into a creative world of LEGO®!

“LEGOLAND Hotel offers kids and families an experience unlike any other,” said General Manager Kurt Stocks. “As a father of young children, I understand the desire for families who want to get out of the house, relax at a pool and experience summer while staying safe together as a family.”

Legoland Safety Measures:

As guests and employees’ health and safety remain the top priority at LEGOLAND California Resort, guests will experience some differences at the Hotel including reduced capacity, cashless payments, social distancing practices and enhanced cleaning regimes. Face coverings will be required for all guests three years of age and up as well as all hotel staff members.

LEGOLAND Hotel is encouraging guests to book their reservations online where they can choose from five different room themes: Pirate, Adventure, Kingdom, LEGO® Friends and LEGO® NINJAGO. During their stay, kids and families can experience the more than 3,500 LEGO models featured throughout the Hotel, a treasure hunt to unlock the safe filled with LEGO treasure inside their rooms plus other amenities such as room service and cabana service around the pool.

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The staff at LEGOLAND Hotel is eager to welcome back guests as LEGOLAND Park, LEGOLAND® Water Park and SEA LIFE® aquarium await county and state approval for the entire Resort’s proposed reopening.

Guests are highly encouraged to visit the Resort’s website for further guest experience and visiting details. For more information, visit: www.legoland.com/california.

For more info about the Sea Life Aquarium see the post below:

SEA LIFE Aquarium at LEGOLAND California Resort Closes