Recently we stayed at the Legoland Florida Hotel, which is immediately next to the Legoland Florida theme park.
If you’re wondering whether it was worth the cost to stay at the Legoland Florida Hotel, keep reading!
Legoland Florida Hotel: Is It Worth It?
Not only did we take the kids to Legoland… we took the grandparents too!
Legoland is not only a fun theme park for the whole family, but it’s much less crowded than many of the other major theme parks, making it a better overall experience!
The Price Is Right
Believe it or not, the Legoland Florida Hotel is much less expensive than you might imagine.
We’ve looked many times into stay on property for other theme parks, but usually the cost is astronomical. Not so for Legoland Florida!
And, if you get the Awesomer or Awesomest annual passes (also very reasonably priced – especially if you’re Florida residents like we are), you get a 10% DISCOUNT on your hotel stay too.
Location Location Location
Staying on property gives everyone the flexibility to enjoy the day.
We like the idea of being able to go back & have a nap in the middle of the day… With grandparents & toddlers this can make or break the day.
Luckily our toddler managed to completely knock out in the stroller.
Staying on property means we can enjoy the theme park even from our room!
We could see some of the rides & caught a huge fireworks show just before bedtime.
Early Admission After Breakfast
Staying in the hotel comes with a full buffet breakfast and early admission to the park.
We get up EARLY with kids, so we definitely used this perk.
More Entertainment Inside!
The kids were obsessed with the Lego decor & activities inside the hotel lobby: bricks, bricks, bricks!
I can’t believe we managed to get out of the hotel without taking any pictures of the rooms!
There was a treasure hunt inside the room with free lego toys for the kids to build & keep.
Plus, the bunk beds & kids lego movies playing in the room – it’s heaven for the kids & the adults.
Since we bought the annual passes, we will just have to go back again to get you those pictures – stay tuned!