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Legoland Hotel Florida

Legoland Florida Hotel Opening in 2015

Legoland Hotel Florida

Legoland Florida Resort has opened the reservation line for overnight stays at its new Legoland Hotel, set to open next year.

 has recently experienced a major renaissance thanks to the major silver screen hit “The Lego Movie” released earlier this year.


The five-storey Lego-themed hotel is currently being built at the main entrance of the theme park, 45 minutes from Orlando, and will include a pool, restaurants, interactive play areas and nightly entertainment.

Pirate, Kingdom or Adventure-themed rooms can now be booked for mid-June, and come with a queen-size bed for grown-ups, and a separate sleeping area for up to three kids. The hotel features 152 rooms and suites.


Legoland Florida Resort includes 50 rides, shows and attractions, in addition to a Water Park.

The world’s first full-size Lego house is demolished

The world’s first full-size Lego house has been demolished just weeks after completion for James May’s show – Toy Stories – on BBC2.

The house included a working toilet, hot shower and a very uncomfortable bed was built in the middle of the Denbies Wine Estate, in Dorking.

Plans for Legoland to move it to their theme park fell through because transport costs were too high and despite a final Facebook appeal for someone to take it, no-one came forward.

Lego Lamp By Tzuwei Tai

Lego Lamp by Taiwan designer, Tzuwei Tai. This clever desk lamp get their inspiration from the popular block game playthings.

Everyone has the experience of playing with Lego as kids. “Lego Lamp” lamp remind us of the creative spirit we used to have and enlighten us with the unlimited possibilities of building with blocks

Your Life-Size Replica in LEGO Bricks for $60,000

Lego Artist Nathan Sawaya – one of the only six certified Lego professionals in the world, three in the US – will do a full-size scale Lego replica of yourself for $60,000.

You just have to order it from Neiman Marcus, send some photographs, and Nathan will build your natural-size 8-bit version.

Nathan uses 15,000 to 25,000 individual bricks in a sculpture, on average and ideally, he needs 16 photos: eight full body photos from 360 degrees, and eight of the face and head from 360 degrees.
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