LEGOLAND Germany will soon expand to welcome thousands more guests

LEGOLAND Germany will soon be able to welcome as many as 3,000 more guests, due to huge expansion plans.

According to the Augsburger Allgemeine Zeitung, the LEGOLAND Germany holiday village is set to expand, with plans for a new hotel and restaurant on their way in 2023. This will mean that more than 3,000 extra guests will be able to stay at the resort per night. The new 80-room hotel joins other accommodation options, such as the dragon, king and knight castle, the pirate island hotel, and the NINJAGO quarters.

Much like the other hotels, the new building will have a theme, although it’s not yet known what it will be based on. The need for the new hotel was made clear in 2022, as the managing director of LEGOLAND Germany, Manuela Stone, makes clear.

“The occupancy rate in the holiday village was just over 80 percent last season, which is an incredibly great number,” she told the paper, highlighting the need for more accommodation to meet the demand. “The investments speak very clearly for Germany and the LEGOLAND Germany team. That is a very big vote of confidence from the Merlin Entertainments Group.”

The new restaurant will be available for any visitors, not just hotel guests. Built right next to the new hotel, it spans roughly 3,300 square meters and offers 350 seats indoors, as well as 150 additional seats across two terraces for warm-weather dining.

You can book to visit the resort yourself by visiting the LEGOLAND Germany website.

Featured image: LEGOLAND Deutschland

Support the work that Brick Fanatics does by buying your LEGO sets using our affiliate links. Thank you!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *