It used to be that if a kid went on vacation, they were lucky to get a room at the Courtyard Marriott. Now there are entire hotels devoted to their entertainment. The latest is a Legoland Hotel near Orlando, Fla. made with two million Lego bricks and is topped with a steam-breathing dragon made from Lego.
Each of 152 rooms is decorated in various Lego themes (“pirate,” “kingdom,” etc.) and guests can take a “disco elevator” with flashing lights and “lava tiles,” according to USA Today. Lego fanatics can take lessons from a master builder on putting together complex models.
This is the second Legoland Hotel; the first is in Carlsbad, Calif.
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