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Legoland Resort Now Accepting Reservations for..Next Year

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September 7, 2012 at 4:49 PM | by | Comments (0)

We know many of you have finished up your family holidays for the season and sent the children back to their so-second homes called school. But for those parents with tiny tots at home and those advanced planners we all secretly aspire to be, you’ll want to know this: Legoland, Californiais now taking reservations for May 7-August31-2013.
These are for hotel packages at its new 250-room hotel
near San Diego.

Now families will have a complete theme-park experience with days spent at on rides, , and nights at the resort-like themed hotel which has a dragon-guarded entrance, interactive features, themed play areas, pool and kid’s entertainment. You won’t have to travel far to reach the hotel either as it’s located right at the main entrance of the theme park.

Guests can choose from three types of themed rooms—Pirate, Kingdom, or Adventure-with accommodations including two separate sleeping areas: queen-size bed for adults, and one for kids ( up to three) with bunk bed and pull-out trundle bed, plus their own television, so no fighting over the remote!

The package includes:
*Four 2-Day Resort Hopper tickets, including 2-day admission to Legoland California, Sea Life Aquarium and Legoland Water Park (water park open weekends only until May 25th, then open daily for the Summer)
*Exclusive early admission to the park on both days
*Breakfast for up to 4 people daily

The suites are roomy enough for a family of 2 adults and 3 children and come with:
*A LEGO brick to build during your stay
*In-room treasure hunt with LEGO prize
*In-room mini refrigerator
*Flat-screen TV with complimentary On-Demand content
*Free Wi-fi access

From what we've seen on the Legoland's Facebook page, prices seem to be fluctuate been $400 a night and up (the dates we plugged in for mid-May came in at $509) you best take a cue from Van Halen. Might as well jump if you've got the flexibility and know you're going to be forced--we mean--delighted to visit this theme-park phenomenon next year anyway.

[Photo: Legoland]

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