Legoland Florida announces new hotel

Posted | Contributed by Jeff

Two years after opening, Legoland Florida is adding a hotel to its theme park in Polk County. The park said Thursday that it will build a 152-room hotel, themed after the popular building-block toys that make up the basis for its park. The hotel is expected to open in 2015. General Manager Adrian Jones said the hotel marks a shift in the park's strategy of attracting day guests from Tampa and Orlando, giving it the ability to market overnight stays.

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Lord Gonchar's avatar

If the needed a hotel, they'd have one alrea...

Nevermind.

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kpjb's avatar

You obviously don't understand the population base.


Hi

slithernoggin's avatar

I am sort of an expert on this.

Lord Gonchar's avatar

I think it's just generally accepted that we can never have a serious hotel discussion on CoasterBuzz ever again.


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