Legoland California gets approval for hotel from local council, state is next

Posted Wednesday, March 11, 2009 9:36 AM | Contributed by Jeff

Legoland California can proceed with its plans to build a 250-room, three-story hotel on part of its parking lot, the Carlsbad City Council decided Tuesday. The council's unanimous decision allows the park to change a planning document that guides development in the region. The state Coastal Commission also will need to support the planning document changes, which allow the addition of a hotel on the Legoland property. Then the detailed building plans for the hotel will need to go through the city's regular approval process.

Read more from The North County Times.

Related parks

Comments: 0