Legoland Dubai set to open hotel doors from 2020

Legoland Dubai has reportedly confirmed the opening of its hotel for next year

Photo credit: Legoland Dubai twitter
Photo credit: Legoland Dubai twitter

Dubai Parks and Resorts has reportedly confirmed that Legoland Hotel Dubai will open from next year.

After two years of construction, Dubai Parks and Resorts bosses revealed that the hotel would be ready by 2020, but no official date of the opening was released.

The hotel, which is described as the “first of its kind in the region”, will feature 250 lego-themed rooms, a castle play area and a disco elevator within the resort.

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The rooms will offer an array of different themes such as pirates, medieval and castles, as well as creative structures built with Lego bricks.

The Legoland Hotel in Dubai will be a collaboration between Dubai Parks and Resorts-owned DXB Entertainment and Merlin Entertainment, which will manage the properties.

Legoland Dubai will be among other global Legoland resorts, including California, Denmark and Malaysia to open a hotel.

Once opened, Legoland Dubai will be the seventh complex to include a hotel across the world.

There are also plans in place for Legoland Dubai to expand its accommodation offering, with the opening of another hotel property later this year.

Hotelier Middle East’s sister title Construction Week Online revealed plans to develop the Legoland Hotel Dubai in February 2017.

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