The team at LEGOLAND California have announced a reopening date for the Castle Hotel, despite the main theme park remaining closed.
LEGOLAND California Resort’s theme park may be closed due to the ongoing pandemic, but under the latest guidance put in place by Governor Gavin Newsom, the Castle Hotel has been allowed to reopen, with a new set of rules for guests to follow.
Guests at the Castle Hotel, which will reopen on February 12 after being closed for two months, will encounter reduced capacity, cashless payments, social distancing and enhanced cleaning practices throughout the facilities. Furthermore, any guests over three years old will be expected to wear a face mask at all times, a rule which the staff will also be following.
Upon check-in, those staying for the night will also have their temperature taken. With the main park closed, some of the usual incentives for staying at the Castle Hotel no longer apply, such as the early access to some of the resort’s most popular attractions. However, guests will still be able to explore Miniland USA as that portion of the park remains open.
The Big shop also remains open to visitors, as well as having an online version available. However, those shopping in person will be able to see the first, second and third place winners of LEGO Masters USA for a limited time.