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Hi all, After lego land deals with a hotel for the night all in if possible? Our daughter birthday next month which lands on half term but can't seem to find a good deal about? Anyone point me … Read More
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Hi all,

After lego land deals with a hotel for the night all in if possible?
Our daughter birthday next month which lands on half term but can't seem to find a good deal about? Anyone point me in the right direction please.
Thanks
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
I used budget family breaks
I have seen it posted loads on here and it was def cheapest place
We had 1 night (incl breakfast) and 1 day at park for £140 for 4

We stayed at the holiday inn express- it was only a few miles from the park and the hotel was lovely and breakfast was good.
The Parking at the hotel was a little tight but we got a space and the cost is included.
#2
How many going? is any time in break fine?
Would suggest going for a 2 day ticket offer, the queues can be very long.

Assuming 2 adult, 1 child, cheapest is £181 for 1 night(24th) and 2 days park tickets direct from legoland, seems reasonable for school break. We paid just under £150 few weeks ago.

Or if you have Tesco clubcard voucher, £13 in vouchers gets 1 ticket, and book hotel separate.

Edited By: athunder on Sep 28, 2016 23:46
#3
Two adults and two children. Thanks so far for the help
#4
simba1981
I used budget family breaks
I have seen it posted loads on here and it was def cheapest place
We had 1 night (incl breakfast) and 1 day at park for £140 for 4
We stayed at the holiday inn express- it was only a few miles from the park and the hotel was lovely and breakfast was good.
The Parking at the hotel was a little tight but we got a space and the cost is included.
Agree with this, we go every year via them. Its less than £150 for all the tickets (family of four) and a night at the Hilton. Tickets alone aren't far off that!
#5
Be happy with this price especially Hilton lol. Can't find it though
#6
How old are the children?
#7
9 and 14
#8
Just chipping in that I've also used budget family breaks and they are excellent
#9
valleyboy22
9 and 14

We are Merlin pass holders, and go to theme parks a lot. My kids are 9 & 11, and have probably outgrown legoland - not sure if yours will be the same. It's still a nice day out, don't get me wrong, but the rides are all very much geared towards younger ones.

Have you considered Chessington / Thorpe Park? Chessington have a kids go free offer on during half term, and the rides there and at Thorpe Park would definitely be better for older kids.
#10
Thanks for the help so far. It's ours daughters 9th birthday so she wants to go back there and our son is to old for it but it will be a family day out. Will look into thope Park because did not think much of Chessington if honest when we went.

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