One of the great things about staying in Hotel LEGOLAND at LEGOLAND Billund (apart from a private entrance to the park) are the views. Select one of the Kids House rooms and the view from your second or third story hotel room window overlooks the park. With the hotel wall serving as the park perimeter, you can put your hand out the window and your hand is literally in LEGOLAND. How cool is that. Depending on where your room is situated, you are facing the DUPLO Playhouses, Toyota Traffic School or Miniland – and you can also see the LEGOTOP tower.
The scenery has grown quite lush over the years, considering this is the core part of the park that has been there since 1968 or so. It is a great view that really comes alive during the day and quiets nicely for the night, apart from the occasional plane launching from the nearby Billund airport and flying low right over the park (a great sight in its own right).
Hotel LEGOLAND entrance (left) and Kids House rooms (top right) as seen from the park:
Starting the day. Before the park opens at 10 am, personnel drive Toyota Traffic School’s electric cars in place after a good night’s charge:
LEGO Studios 4D as seen from a lower story room at Hotel LEGOLAND – the DUPLO Playhouses are behind those trees:
Afternoon bustling with action. Traffic School participants actually walk away with a genuine-looking LEGOLAND driver’s license, making it a very popular attraction:
Miniland and LEGOTOP at dusk, when the mood lighting and sprinklers come on. On the very far right you can see the main entrance and the LEGO Shop:
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All the pictures are from 2013, except the middle one from 2012. You can read more about Hotel LEGOLAND in my last year’s story.