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Legoland Pirate Island Hotel opening in 2020 at Legoland Florida

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Legoland Pirate Island Hotel is opening in 2020 at Legoland Florida Resort. The accommodation will include a pool, F&B, and Lego Pirate-themed rooms.

The first Lego Pirate Hotel in North America is set to open on April 17, 2020. The company announced the news in honour of ‘International Talk Like a Pirate Day’.

Legoland Pirate Island Hotel will be Legoland Florida Resort’s third accommodation offering. It will have 150 themed rooms and four suites.

The hotel will also boast a heated swimming pool with a pool deck. Lego soft bricks will be available to build in the pool.

F&B at the Shipwreck Restaurant and Smuggler’s Bar

It will also feature hundreds of Lego models, in-room Lego treasure hunts, and exclusive character experiences.

Much like the Legoland Hotel, each room will have two separate spaces – a sleeping area for children and an adult area.

The adult area will be furnished with Lego pirate decor, a king bed and a TV. The area for children will have a bunk bed, Lego play areas, and another TV.

All rooms will be fully themed with interactive Lego pirate models. The five-storey hotel will also house the pirate-themed Shipwreck Restaurant and Smuggler’s Bar.

Guests can experience a life-size Lego Pirate Ship

legoland pirate island hotel

What’s more, Legoland Pirate Island Hotel will have an entertainment area and Lego play areas, as well as a life-size Lego Pirate Ship.

In more Legoland news, Legoland Windsor Resort is introducing a new DUPLO Dream Coaster for pre-schoolers, opening in March 2020.

Elsewhere, Legoland California Resort is expanding with The Lego Movie World, which will include rides and characters when it arrives in 2020.

Images: Legoland Florida Resort

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Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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