Construction crews Monday topped out the Castle Hotel at Legoland California in Carlsbad, and raised a pair of 60-foot-high Lego flags.
The 250-room hotel will be the second on the Legoland grounds, featuring rooms with themes of knights, princesses, dragons and wizards; a pool area with fountains, slides and play features; and a restaurant consistent with the castle theme.
Though it’s not scheduled to open until the spring, Legoland unfurled a banner on the side of the structure alerting prospective guests that they can now book rooms.
In the knight rooms, guests will be surrounded by decor of dragons and knights as they prepare to go into battle to defend the king’s castle and protect his treasure.
In the princess rooms, woodland animals such as butterflies, squirrels, owls and songbirds — all made of Lego bricks — will be found. In the wizard rooms, guests will discover how magic is used to protect the king’s treasure with the use of giggling potions and spells.
The current hotel at the park opened four years ago with a Lego brick theme.
— City News Service
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