Legoland Hotel

Last stayed in April 2022

Type of room stayed in: Pirate and Kingdom Room

Value – 4.5/5
Cleanliness – 4.5/5
Ambiance – 4/5
Staff services – 4.5/5

Location – About 3 hours drive from my home at Kajang. The hotel is just right beside the theme park, waterpark and Sea Life. A lot of different choices of food surrounding this area including fast food as it is attached to the Medini Mall. Price at the café inside the theme park may be slightly pricey.

Lobby – The moment you step into the hotel, everything is Lego (duh). But it is nicely done and well thought off. So don’t expect your typical lobby design beside the warm lighting and double ceiling that you would find in most 5 star hotels.

Throughout the day, there are numerous showcases scheduled including meet and greet with life size Lego character.

I do find the disko lift unique. And each one has different wallpaper design.

Check in / Check out process – Fast and efficient. We stay in Pirate room for day 1 and premium Kingdom Room the day 2. The hotel also helped us to transfer our luggage from one room to the other while we enjoy ourselves at the water park.

Staff – Always with a smile on their face. Warm and friendly.

The room – In general, kids would love the thematic room especially if they are into Lego. Everything is nicely decorated according to the theme that you chose, from the light to the mirror to the curtain, wall deco, basin etc. They have 4 main themes; Pirate, Kingdom, Adventure and Ninjago. The premium one has more decoration and Lego structure compared to the normal room. But the layout and the size is the same.

This hotel is also very children friendly and children oriented. In the room, they have a double decker bunk bed and a roll out bed for the children. The parent room (with a king size bed) is adjoining, separated by a sliding door. They even have yukata for children (cute and first time seeing it provided in any hotel room)

Each room also has a mini game, treasure hunt for the kid to find the code to open the treasure chest which has a Lego minifigure.

Would the adult enjoy it? Yes, I do think so if they are coming with family. It will be a great family get together or bonding time. And if you are a Lego fan, that is an added bonus. I would think that any adult won’t really come to Legoland alone or with their peers cause those rides are not really adult oriented.

My only small complain is I wish the plug point s would have come with USB charger.

Hotel facility – They have a swimming pool and it is very safe for the kids with life jacket provided and lifeguard on duty as well. The common lobby play area with Lego is closed at the moment (but you can find duplo in your room)

Hotel F&B – Currently, only the Brick Restaurant is opened. We wanted to try the French and the Japanese restaurant but they have not resume operation yet. Fret not, walk opposite to Medini Mall and their Grocer Market has a pretty extensive menu with reasonable price (cheaper than cafes inside the theme park too).

The buffet breakfast has quite a good spread with a lot of consideration given to the kids.

Hotel parking – You can park at hotel, free if you are a guest. If not, it will be RM50 per day. If you are Legoland annual pass holder, you will get free parking too.

Author: Ian Chow 周 奕 延

Your personal massage therapist who enjoy frequent massages and staycations

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