Legoland Florida is expanding again -- this time, with a new 152-room hotel and a new area of the park. "This is a significant step for Legoland Florida," said Adrian Jones, the park's general
manager. "The hotel behind me marks a significant shift from a day attraction to a resort destination." The hotel will be Lego-fied from top to bottom. Each room will be themed -- Pirates!
Knights! Adventure! to start. There will be a fourth theme that hasn't been revealed yet. Every room will have at least eight Lego characters and plenty of bricks for kids to get creative. If
they need a little help, they'll be able take a class with a master model builder.
"We have Lego everywhere for the kids to find fun, play with and build to their hearts' content," said Kevin Carr, the hotel's new manager. For an additional fee, a Lego character will visit your
room. "Eight o'clock comes, bang, bang , on the door, and pirates come to enjoy breakfast with you," Phil Royale, a park employee, told FOX 13. The new hotel opens May 15. It won't be the only
new attraction. The park is building a new land called "Heartland City," which will be aimed at girls. Guests will be able to see a live show there, go on a new ride, and meet female Lego
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