Germany – Your unique stay at The LEGOLAND Holiday Village

Exploring all ten LEGOLAND Resort theme worlds takes time. Since its opening in 2002, LEGOLAND Deutschland has developed from a popular family leisure park into a massively unique short-trip destination. The Holiday Village opened in 2008 right next to the park. Year after year, the resort has been recognised by various travel platforms as one of the most popular family hotels in Germany. The park has been attracting visitors ever since, boasting with 144 themed rooms, a campsite, a magnificent castle complex and the unique Pirate Island Hotel, designed with a total of 1,500 LEGO models. LEGOLAND Holiday Village has the capacity to welcome a total of 2,644 guests per night. For a memorable stay with an all-round feel-good guarantee, even after the park closes its doors, Holiday Village guests can enjoy spending time at the bowling centre, or high ropes course, numerous adventure playgrounds, and the pirate golf course. “At Legoland, guests can escape from everyday life. Our goal is to send visitors on a voyage, and it’s then completely up to families to relax or go on adventures together. We make the best of both worlds possible,” says LEGOLAND Managing Director Manuela Stone.

Pirate Island Hotel

Sleeping boats, pirate menus, pirate ship playgrounds and over 1,500 LEGO models – the Pirate Island Hotel in LEGOLAND Holiday Village was inspired by a pirate island. The facility in a LEGO buccaneer design features 142 themed rooms in two buildings and can accommodate 594 small and large buccaneers. Strengthening pirate menus can be enjoyed in the hotel restaurant “Pirate Tavern”, the establishment has 320 seats inside and 120 outside. The hotel is L-shaped and arranged around a huge playground. The centrepiece of the play paradise is an impressive pirate ship. The metre-long wooden children’s dream offers enough space for little pirates to safely conquer LEGO seas.

To be king in LEGOLAND

The castle complex composed of the Knight’s, King’s and Dragon’s castle brings us back to the LEGO Middle Ages. The King’s castle with its 68 family rooms on three floors is the largest of the three castles. The Dragon’s castle as well as the Knight’s castle have 34 splendid rooms designed with LEGO models. All castle rooms have separate sleeping quarters with a king size bed for the parents and a bunk bed for the children. Truly majestic guests can spend the night in one of the twelve royal suites hosting up to five people in the King’s castle. Chefs at the “Zur Tafelrunde” restaurant make sure guests eat like kings.

Pharaohs for a night

The 72 themed houses, each with two family rooms, make children’s dreams come true. Sleep like a Pharaoh, a racing car driver, or an adventurer: all 4-bed rooms consist of two separate bedrooms with double and bunk beds. The 6-bed options have an open living space with double and bunk beds as well as two additional single beds on a mezzanine level. Some rooms have connecting doors and can accommodate up to eight people. There is also a wheelchair accessible house.

Extraordinary camping

LEGOLAND Holiday Village is also popular among outdoor-fans. At the campsite, guests can check in with their camper vans, caravans, or tents. 175 parking spaces are at the disposal of campers. In addition, 14 pirate and 25 wild LEGO barrels invite families to enjoy a very special type of camping. The camping barrels can accommodate four people each and consist of a sleeping area and a small living quarter that can be converted into a children’s bedroom.

Culinary delights and other little pleasures at Holiday Village

The central gastronomy complex of LEGOLAND Holiday Village offers two restaurants catering for every taste. The Jungle Buffet serves daily rotating theme buffets and the Steak House restaurant’s chefs prepare grilled specialities in the open kitchen. Other restaurants with indoor and outdoor courts can be found at the King’s castle and at the Pirate Island Hotel. Parents can spend their evenings relaxing on the terrace, while children horse around at one of the 22 adventure playgrounds. For guests staying overnight, who want to make the most of the LEGOLAND Park, even in the dark, there are exclusive activities such as a 4D cinema in the evening or night tours through the underwater world LEGOLAND ATLANTIS by SEA LIFE.