LEGOLAND California Resort hotel ultimate sleepover photos and review
Not too long ago, our family took our first trip to LEGOLAND California. Because we travel from the High Desert, it was a must for us to utilize the hotel for this trip because we really didn't know what to expect from the park itself, or the drive. Much to my surprise I think the hotel turned out to be my favorite part of the trip. Not at all to discredit the park itself, but the hotel really made it a staycation for me in the precious time I have with my family.
Upon arrival the valet courteously helped us with our bags and inside the hotel where we were greeted at the front desk by Lego flowers. of course.
Behind the front desk, brilliantly, there is a giant Lego pit for children to play while parents get situated.
We requested a pirate theme room with the separate children's bunk area. This pirate greeted and spoke to you each trip up and down to the elevator.
By the way - your elevator is entertaining! Various songs will play while the lights go off for your own little dance party. Including EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!
The room immediately set me at ease. Complimentary drinks for parents and kids. A Lego mini fig ice bucket, and a box of Legos to play with. The décor in here is amazing...
These are just some images from the walls.
Parents, your bed is actually cooler than your kids!
Ahoy! You and your mate will set sail to sweet dreams in this super comfy bed. We slept like drunken sailors.
The children's section is located near the door. Keep out!
This pirate watches over them while they watch TV from their bunk bed.
Even the bathroom maintains the theme.
And a safe that has a little treasure hunt for the kids to go on. Once they figure out the code, they open up the safe to unveil some extra goodies like Lego magazine, mini figs, and more.
Back downstairs this huge castle and pirate area has even more Legos and play things for the kiddos. There is a small area to sit and relax, have a snack, or a cocktail if you choose. This is super handy after dinner, while the kids have Lego building contests and dance party hosted by kid friendly characters until their bedtime.
This cool set-up is in the snack/hang-out area. There is also a higher end sit-down restaurant (which was delicious and incredibly accommodating) as well as a fun buffet with kid-size buffet bar for them to help themselves which we enjoyed our breakfast at. Everyone inside of the hotel is also willing to trade mini figs on their name tags. Just ask!
I would stay here again in a heart beat. Even with a full house and dance party going on, you heard NOTHING between the walls. We slept like babies and give it high-fives and thumbs up.
Three cheers to LEGO!