Legoland Beach Retreat is now open and it is truly AWESOME for both kids and adults. The retreat is located across the street from the theme park’s entrance and is designed to create a relaxing and different experience for guests.
I took my family there to check it out the week it opened. One of the first unique experience we had was the moment we pulled into the resort. There is a drive-through check-in process. Yes, I said DRIVE-THROUGH. That means, without taking all the kids out of the car, I can check in. Guests simply pull up to a window to check in. You will receive your map and room key. Then, head right to your room…well your bungalow!
Legoland Beach Retreat has a total of 83 bungalows. These bungalows are located with 13 coves. Each cove has a fun name like “fisherman’s cove” and “surfer’s cove” etc. Each cove is shaped like a circle, with a few bungalows in each cove. In the middle of the cove is a fun playground. This is perfect for parents to keep an eye on the kids from the front porch of their bungalow.
Each bungalow has a front patio with tables and chairs. This is where we sat for our morning coffee and hot chocolate. A great way to start the morning before heading to Legoland or before spending a day at the pool.
Our room had a main room with a large kingsize bed, TV, mini fridge, coffee maker, and a safe.
The bathroom is located in the main area and has a large tub/shower combo.
There is a side room separated by a curtain with bunk beds and a toy box with LEGOs. The rooms are painted with bright colors just like your favorite LEGOs! There are also Lego people painted on the walls along with lots of great artwork featuring Legos of course.
It’s a short stroll to the main building where you can grab a meal, snack, drink, or shop. The pool is also located right outside the main building. Sandy’s Castle restaurant offers breakfast and dinner buffets. For lunch, there is the Bricks Beach Bar offering a light menu. I checked out the menu and found takeout pizza, sandwiches, and delicious drinks.
Our family thoroughly enjoyed the pool area. The pool is large with floating Legos to play with. There are plenty of lounge chairs, a playground, and a sand area. There is a place for games next to the pool. Towels are available pool side. And the bar and snack bar are right next to the pool.
It was so nice to come back to a nice relaxing room after a long day at the park. The kids had a great time unwinding while playing legos.
Room rates for Beach Retreat start at $135 per night and vary by season, date and availability. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the resort. Breakfast is included with your stay. The resort also offers complimentary transportation to Legoland Florida. You can find more information and check out rates and availability HERE.
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Disclosure: we received a complimentary one night stay to help facilitate our review. All opinions are my own!