LEGOLAND Beach Retreat

Legoland, Orlando

The hotel

Filled with creative LEGO® theming inside and out, the village-style holiday resort features brightly coloured bungalows grouped into 13 horseshoe-shaped “coves” named after popular LEGO® Minifigures. The fun begins almost immediately, thanks to a drive-through check-in process that will take you from your car to your cove in minutes. Designed to look like larger-than-life LEGO® sets, the bungalows include a cosy area just for kids with a bunk bed, trundle bed and privacy curtain. Along with picturesque lake views and a giant LEGO® lighthouse featuring a daily complimentary breakfast buffet and souvenir shop, highlights also include a large swimming pool complete with sandy area for building sandcastles, complimentary scheduled shuttle service to and from LEGOLAND(R) Florida theme park, a pool bar and a hands-on LEGO(R) building station.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Swimming Pool
  • Families
  • Theme Parks
  • Free Parking
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Free Breakfast
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Within ½ mile of LEGOLAND® Florida Resort in Winter Haven. 45-minute drive to the theme parks of Orlando.

Hotel information

166 rooms in 83 bungalows, spread between 13 coves. All with creative LEGO® design, LEGO® bricks to build with, patio, separate children’s sleeping area with privacy curtain, WiFi, mini-fridge, safe, hairdryer, and LEGOLAND® Times Newspaper. Beach Bungalows have 1 king-size bed, a bunk bed, and a pull out trundle bed (for 5th person), sleeping maximum 2 adults and 3 children.

Complimentary self-parking. Complimentary transportation to the theme park entrance. Complimentary parking in LEGOLAND® Florida Resort’s main car park. Driving time to airport: 60 minutes.

Sandy’s Castle Restaurant (family buffet menu, open for breakfast and dinner, complimentary breakfast). Bricks Beach Bar (made-to-order food, drinks and cocktails, inside lighthouse and poolside).

Swimming pool. Sandy play area. Outdoor play areas.

Guest services. Palm Tree Traders gift shop. Drive-thru check in. Complimentary WiFi.

Resort fee waived: For all Virgin Holidays' guests saving $25.00 per day.

*Denotes local charge.

LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob configurations, the Minifigure, NINJAGO and LEGOLAND are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2018 The LEGO Group. LEGOLAND FLORIDA RESORT is part of Merlin Entertainments plc.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Would not let me make changes to my booking

Mar 20, 2020 charlestG2121SK

Called today 3/20 asking to make a change to a booking in later May. My wife's semester got extended a week because of the COVID-19 pandemic I wanted to reschedule my booking for a week later but was told that I could not make any changes until 10 days out. That's fine and dandy but how likely will I be able to have availability for a week… Read more
Called today 3/20 asking to make a change to a booking in later May. My wife's semester got extended a week because of the COVID-19 pandemic I wanted to reschedule my booking for a week later but was told that I could not make any changes until 10 days out. That's fine and dandy but how likely will I be able to have availability for a week later calling 10 days out? So basically they are probably going to screw me out of my money. Contrast that to Disney and they made changes for me with no questions asked. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Not what I expected for the cost.

Mar 12, 2020 retro13984

We spent $4,335.78 for a family of 4. 7 days at the hotel...3 days at the park, 4 days for the Buffet dinner (Not including skyline eating, instacart, doordash and other miscellaneous items.) To me it wasn't worth the $$ and here's why: Pros: Hotel located next to park for easy access. Ride lines are organized to avoid long waits. 2 Resturants… Read more
We spent $4,335.78 for a family of 4. 7 days at the hotel...3 days at the park, 4 days for the Buffet dinner (Not including skyline eating, instacart, doordash and other miscellaneous items.) To me it wasn't worth the $$ and here's why: Pros: Hotel located next to park for easy access. Ride lines are organized to avoid long waits. 2 Resturants on site. Heated pool with perfect depth for all ages and life guards are attentive and watchful. Hotel rooms are clean and decorated cutely. Lobby lego castle near restaurant for bored kiddos during meal time. Free breakfast is very good Keurig in rooms and 2 mini bottles of water and juice pouches daily House keeping provides cute lego toiletries each night. Cons: Hotel needs a outdoor playground, park closes early and there's nothing for kids to do. Bathrooms need plungers and a brush! If you run into a clogged toilet you have to wait for maintenance to do it for you. There are no usb ports in the room. There is no phone directory in room. There are no activities for ppl who don't do the park everyday. No room service. No Shuttle to Orlando. Nothing to do in area either. No pool bar for snacks or drinks. No drink or coffee station in lobby. No computer or printer. Not a resort environment, this is a hotel to drop off your stuff and go to the park and to sleep. Park tickets not included for 7 day stays.. have to buy additional. No security...a fist fight occurred at pool area and lifeguards can't leave post..I called customer service to track down the front desk who tracked down a manager and by the time he came it was done. Hotel room walls are paper thin, our bed wall shakes when they shut doors and we hear everything they say and watch on tv. It was a decent experience to check off the vacation list but I wouldn't return. There's just not enough to keep you entertained for the price. We had to get a car service for 128.00 to go to Disney springs just to find something to do. It's very boring and geared more for toddlers through age 7. My 5 and 9 year old made the most of it but admitted it's a little babyish/boring. We went during the coronavirus crisis and I thought maybe with everyone canceling and freaking out it would cost us less money but nope... After totaling the hotel,park,air,food...legoland wasn't worth the money. I'd recommend staying 1-2 nights and i it doesn't matter what theme room you pick...in the end it's not worth paying extra for decor. Read less
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Mar 8, 2020 Wvmom2

First time here. Surprise bday present for our 10 year old. We loved it as much as he did. Walking around the lego exhibit eating ice cream was so much fun. The rides were all tailored to his size as well as we could ride also . Went in Feb which wasn’t hot or crowded. Only a couple e of rides had long lines. Didn’t get to see the whole park… Read more
First time here. Surprise bday present for our 10 year old. We loved it as much as he did. Walking around the lego exhibit eating ice cream was so much fun. The rides were all tailored to his size as well as we could ride also . Went in Feb which wasn’t hot or crowded. Only a couple e of rides had long lines. Didn’t get to see the whole park as they close at 5. We want to go back. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Cool experience to go LEGO-Crazy

Mar 6, 2020 jorgesworlds Puerto Rico

Kids love the place. The pool was too cold for them at this time of the year, but they enjoyed every square foot of this hotel. Its small, cousy and very well organized considering there are lego bricks everywhere. Noise level in the rooms is actually very well managed, you know there are hundreds of kids around you but once you enter your room,… Read more
Kids love the place. The pool was too cold for them at this time of the year, but they enjoyed every square foot of this hotel. Its small, cousy and very well organized considering there are lego bricks everywhere. Noise level in the rooms is actually very well managed, you know there are hundreds of kids around you but once you enter your room, nothing, quiet and perfect for a good night sleep. Breakfast was perfect in the lobby. Dinner options however are very limited on premise, you'll have to eat outside if you stay 2 or more nights. There is no room service, so keep that in mind. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Loved Legoland

Mar 5, 2020 laflave Fort Mcmurray

Kids had a blast. Water park was our favorite. Bring towels if you don't want to buy one as they don't supply. We stayed at the beach resort and like having our own space in the evenings. We will return for sure! Excited to try out the new pirate hotel.