LEGOLAND Florida Resort Plans Pirate Island Hotel for Spring 2020

Courtesy of LEGOLAND

LEGOLAND Florida Resort has announced its newest LEGO pirate-themed accommodation, Pirate Island Hotel, opening in spring 2020.

Connected to the existing LEGOLAND Hotel and next to Lake Eloise, Pirate Island will be the third on-site accommodation at LEGOLAND Florida Resort. Located near to the main entrance of the theme park, the hotel will have 150 rooms, a pool and pool deck, hundreds of LEGO models and numerous character experiences.

The new five-story hotel will also house a pirate-themed restaurant, an entertainment area for kid-friendly nightly programming, LEGO play pits and a lobby bar. Also, with every hotel reservation, guests will get a free family-style breakfast.

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Known as the theme park built for kids, LEGOLAND Florida’s Pirate Island Hotel will provide more incentive to stay and play on multiple-day visits with an array of LEGO character interactions, a heated pool and a pirate ship in front of the hotel for photo opportunities.

Inside the rooms, kids can fully explore their separate side of the room complete with their own TV, daily in-room LEGO treasure chests, LEGO pirate décor, treasure map headboards and boat-shaped bunkbeds in the suites.

While planning for a new property, LEGOLAND Florida Resort relied on its fans to help develop a theme. LEGOLAND fans said LEGO Pirate was the preferred choice.

Pirate Island will be a key addition to LEGOLAND Florida Resort’s continued park expansion, which also includes THE LEGO MOVIE WORLD opening in spring 2019 and a new miniature golf course for hotel guests opening in summer 2019.

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