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Dubai’s Legoland Hotel to open this week

Aimed at families with children, standard rooms accommodate up to five guests

Dubai Parks & Resorts will welcome the region’s first Legoland Hotel on 21 January 2022.

The family-friendly property will comprise 250 keys with standard rooms accommodating families of five, and family suites accommodating up to eight guests.

Rooms and suites have been designed in four immersive themes:

  • Lego Friendsrooms feature pink and purple decor and bunk beds
  • Kingdom roomsand suites are decorated with bunting and shields, and have a separate royal chamber
  • Pirate rooms are adorned with Jolly Roger symbols and pirate-themed Lego models
  • Adventure rooms welcome guests with a surprise treasure hunt and Egyptian hieroglyphic-themed decor

Just steps away from Legoland Dubai’s rides, shows and attractions, the hotel includes a disco lift, a castle-themed play area and Lego-brick architecture.

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In line with the hotel launch, Dubai Parks & Resorts will launch two new rides on 21 January 2022, each one based on film franchises John Wick’ and Now You See Me’.

Speaking about the new developments at the theme park, Dubai Holding Entertainment CEO Fernando Eiroa said:“Dubai continues to be a leader in the travel and tourism sector, with a reputation for delivering pioneering projects and landmarks.

“The opening of the world’s first John Wick rollercoaster, the world’s fastest spinning roller coaster and the region’s only Lego-themed hotel are an example of the breadth and diversity of entertainment experiences in Dubai.

“We’re confident that these new offerings will contribute to further enhancing Dubai’s competitiveness as one of the leading international tourism destinations in the world.” 

For bookings and more information, visit www.legoland.com

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