One of the perks of my "proper" job, working for Waitrose, is the partnership leisure benefits. These range from cheap holidays at their hotels & lodges, to a sailing club. They regulary put on special events for us too.
We have just returned from a great stay at Legoland which was very heavily subsidised, with the park staying open hours after the general public left.
John Lewis also arranged a great deal if we wanted to stay at the new Legoland Resort Hotel. (which of course, we did!)
The hotel was A M A Z I N G!
You are greated by a huge fire breathing dragon, and whilst checking in, the children can play in a pit of Lego.
We stayed in a standard pirate room. The rooms layouts
are very well thought out. The adults have their room, then there is a lovely bathroom & behind that the kids have their own room, with bunk beds &
their own TV.
On arrival, there is a treasure hunt for the children to do. The answers to which opens the combination to the monkeys safe. Inside there was a pack of Lego for each of the children!
There is Lego for the children to play with every where. In the bedrooms, in the foyer, in the restaurant & Lego models adorn the walls.
|The kids bedr|
There is also a swim/
splash zone, which we didn't get a chance to visit.
|The Lifts on the pirate floor.|
As expected, food & drink in the park is very expensive, but we were prepared for this & brought our own drinks.
All in all - great fun!
|Atlantis: Ride a Lego submarine through an aquarium.|