Two Day Tickets at Legoland Windsor + Night in Hotel + Breakfast, free parking & more from as little as £34pp (Based on a family four) see 1st post for examples £134 (More Kids go free dates added)
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Two Day Tickets at Legoland Windsor + Night in Hotel + Breakfast, free parking & more from as little as £34pp (Based on a family four) see 1st post for examples £134 (More Kids go free dates added)

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Found 11th Apr 2016
Someone asked me if i've spotted any deals for legoland windsor, so thought i'd share

You can get a Family Four with 2 days in park, hotel, breakfast & more from as little as £34pp

Various hotels, some closer than others and with various facilities.

Various dates and some even on Fridays.

Legoland have added more dates to their ''kids go free' promo - see thread
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Note: most of them include breakfast.

Also some have welcome packs for kids, free parking, swimming pools, free play on Xbox and other freebies.


21st April £136 Hilton Basingstoke
22nd April £136 Hilton Basingstoke
23rd April £159 Hilton Basingstoke
24th April £136 Hilton Basingstoke
28th April £136 Hilton Basingstoke
29th April £192 Hilton Basingstoke
5th May £136 Hilton Basingstoke
6th May £136 Hilton Basingstoke
12th may £136 Hilton Basingstoke
13th May £136 Hilton Basingstoke
15th May £192 Hilton Basingstoke
19th May £136 Hilton Basingstoke
20th May £136 Hilton Basingstoke
22nd May £192 Hilton Basingstoke
26th May £156 Hilton Basingstoke
27th May £174 Hilton Basingstoke
9th June £159 Hilton Basingstoke
3rd May £186 Copthorne Slough Windsor
4th May £186 Copthorne Slough Windsor
9th May £178 Copthorne Slough Windsor
16th May £186 Copthorne Slough Windsor
23rd May £178 Copthorne Slough Windsor
7th June £186 Copthorne Slough Windsor
8th June £191 Copthorne Slough Windsor
10th June £153 Holiday Inn Reading South
10th June £159 DoubleTree by Hilton Woking
10th June £164 Mercure London Heathrow
10th June £171 Holiday Inn Express Slough
10th june £174 Hilton Basingstoke
11th June £167 Holiday Inn Reading South
11th June £171 Holiday Inn Express Slough
13th June £181 Holiday Inn Express T5
14th June £171 Holiday Inn Express Slough


These are just examples

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Legoland Windsor App
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Legoland have released further dates on ''Kids Go Free''

APR - 28
MAY - 3,4,5,6,8,9,12,13,15,16,19,20,22,23,26
JUN - 6,7,8,9,10,13,14,15,16,17,20,21,22,23,24,27,28,29,30
SEP - 1,2,5,8,9,12,15,16,19,22,23,26,29,30
OCT - 3,6,7,10,13,14,17,18,19,20,21

Kids Go Free OFF site only:

MAY - 7,14,21,27
JUN - 4,5,11,12,18,19,25,26


Edited by: "goonertillidie" 26th Apr 2016
Thanks for sharing.
Just what I was looking for, my birtday boy will be delighted. Thanks op.
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thanks, great. which option to choose to get this deal 34pp please?
kesi10032003

thanks, great. which option to choose to get this deal 34pp please?



Any of the £136 deals (Based on a family four)
kesi10032003

thanks, great. which option to choose to get this deal 34pp please?


All with £136 tag price I supose 136/4=34
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Yes, this is a really good deal, under 10s will absolutely love it. Older ones will enjoy it too, but will find some rides a bit young for them.

Hilton Basingstoke is the cheapest for a reason - its quite a long drive from Legoland, and you will be doing that drive at peak times of the day. Also, its not near to anything. The Slough hotels are much closer, although you'll still find the roads are busy.
For a Saturday it's £250 Hilton £600 f
Lego hotel! (How can they charge so much!)
Any deals for the actual LEGOLAND resort hotel? the prices look crazy on their web site. Getting on for £500 for just me and my lad for a Saturday night in May.
I can go to Disneyland Paris for 3 days/2 nights for that kind of money and stay in a Disney hotel.
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I went there last year for the 1st time,is a great place.
Good thing about staying at the hotel is that it backs onto the park; meaning it's a short cut to the park,rather than going to the main entrance which is at the top of the hill.

Remember my dad used to take me there to see the lions,when used to be Windsor Safari Park.:)
The Hill train is the only bit left behind from when it was Windsor Safari Park.
I've stayed at the Hilton Basingstoke for 4 weeks (Monday-Friday) as part of work trips. Avoid!

Read the tripadvisor reviews. A very dated hotel. Mouldy bathrooms and musty smell throughout. Management response to the negative reviews always refers to an ongoing 'refurbishment programme' but there is 0 sign of this going on in the hotel - I saw no rooms shut off or any tradesmen working and none of the several colleagues I stayed with had refurbished rooms (and we covered about 20-25 different rooms over the 4 weeks).

Edited by: "Cameron92" 11th Apr 2016
I'd recommend the Copthorne, lovely rooms, friendly staff and not too far from the park
I went on this last year. Strongly recommend the Hilton in Basigstoke. They were really nice to us despite the fact we had paid next to nothing to stay there. They gave the kids a free soft drink then just decided to keep on giving them free to the kids all evening.
Breakfast was REALLY fabulous.

The hotel itself looks more like an office building on an industrial estate than a hotel but rooms were more than adequate for the money.
Good deal
johnsmith1997

I went there last year for the 1st time,is a great place.Good thing about … I went there last year for the 1st time,is a great place.Good thing about staying at the hotel is that it backs onto the park; meaning it's a short cut to the park,rather than going to the main entrance which is at the top of the hill.Remember my dad used to take me there to see the lions,when used to be Windsor Safari Park.:)The Hill train is the only bit left behind from when it was Windsor Safari Park.



They used to have orcas there didn't they?
shakerstevens

Any deals for the actual LEGOLAND resort hotel? the prices look crazy on … Any deals for the actual LEGOLAND resort hotel? the prices look crazy on their web site. Getting on for £500 for just me and my lad for a Saturday night in May.I can go to Disneyland Paris for 3 days/2 nights for that kind of money and stay in a Disney hotel.



They are always expensive. I just came back from Legoland Billund (next to LEGO factory) and its miles better than Windsor - also cheaper to fly there with a 2 night stay!!
maui

They are always expensive. I just came back from Legoland Billund (next … They are always expensive. I just came back from Legoland Billund (next to LEGO factory) and its miles better than Windsor - also cheaper to fly there with a 2 night stay!!


thank you
I booked splash and stay for 2 adults and 2 children 1 nite in lego land hotel with breakfast 25th of may £95 no park tickets
sarahmckeown1976

I booked splash and stay for 2 adults and 2 children 1 nite in lego land … I booked splash and stay for 2 adults and 2 children 1 nite in lego land hotel with breakfast 25th of may £95 no park tickets



Is that through the legoland site I can't see it
Cameron92

I've stayed at the Hilton Basingstoke for 4 weeks (Monday-Friday) as part … I've stayed at the Hilton Basingstoke for 4 weeks (Monday-Friday) as part of work trips. Avoid!Read the tripadvisor reviews. A very dated hotel. Mouldy bathrooms and musty smell throughout. Management response to the negative reviews always refers to an ongoing 'refurbishment programme' but there is 0 sign of this going on in the hotel - I saw no rooms shut off or any tradesmen working and none of the several colleagues I stayed with had refurbished rooms (and we covered about 20-25 different rooms over the 4 weeks).


+1
I have been to this one too via Legoland deal- its a crap hotel- it was dirty with hairs in the room and bath room, smelly too. The staff didnt do their job correctly and their is no audits.
This was the worse hotel I have ever in. Its a long drive too like someone mentioned above- esp at peak time.
maui

They are always expensive. I just came back from Legoland Billund (next … They are always expensive. I just came back from Legoland Billund (next to LEGO factory) and its miles better than Windsor - also cheaper to fly there with a 2 night stay!!


Tell us more about deal- how you booked, flight, etc- maybe even put it on HUKD as deal
First legoland deal I booked through HUKD cost me all £86! This included 2 days entry, hotel, parking and my breakfast. Not seen a price like that since :-(
Tco200 hi yes on legoland
Site sorry it was the 23rd not 25th just looked for 2 adults and 2 children £89
We stayed at Hilton reading it was very nice.
We went there last year thanks to Sun. My boys loved it. We didnt stay at any hotel as we live in London. So its a lovely place
Edited by: "ohdearohdear" 11th Apr 2016
Will this be suitable for my daughter who is 2? additionally if it is just my wife, daughter and myself can I just pay for the 4th person and get the group discount?

Thanks in advance to whoever gives me advice.
shakerstevens

Any deals for the actual LEGOLAND resort hotel? the prices look crazy on … Any deals for the actual LEGOLAND resort hotel? the prices look crazy on their web site. Getting on for £500 for just me and my lad for a Saturday night in May.I can go to Disneyland Paris for 3 days/2 nights for that kind of money and stay in a Disney hotel.



​you wish. Min £600 for the cheapest Disney hotel for 2 nights without park passes. Just got back from there. Go for the hotels on the edge off the ring road, and pay approx £150-£200 and are just, if not better, than the Disney ones.
Hi where can i find the link for the £134.00 family of 4 link. Ive tried and hasnt workes and would really love to do this.
Thanks guys
I've just come back from the Copthorne in Slough. Ok hotel. Breakfast is good but the room was very very hot. No a/c. Just a window that opens about 2 inches and an inbuilt fan unit that barely blows. A very uncomfortable night. I can only imagine what it must be like in summer.
Stayed at the Hilton Basingstoke last year, would not recommend it, what a dive.
I stayed at holiday inn farnborough through budget holidays and had one day at legoland. Excellent value. Hotel was really good , nice welcome gift and departure gift for my son and he got a free cookie and hot milk on arrival. Legoland was really great queue times not too bad worst one was about 40 mins. Would recommend to others, probably wouldn't go in August but will book again for next Easter.
Lego land for kids and none of these dates are in kids holidays.... Cold
Just booked a separate package at the Beaumont estate - mixed reviews but look ok
Buy the queue jumpers passes (trust me). When I've been I found everyone at legoland talked about the queues, those who bought the passes talking about how amazing they were, those who hadn't were complaining about the queues and queue jumpers
Rich069

​you wish. Min £600 for the cheapest Disney hotel for 2 nights without pa … ​you wish. Min £600 for the cheapest Disney hotel for 2 nights without park passes. Just got back from there. Go for the hotels on the edge off the ring road, and pay approx £150-£200 and are just, if not better, than the Disney ones.



I'm being serious, Saturday 9th of July, 2 nights (3 days pass in the park), in one of the Disney hotels - Hotel Cheyenne. They are doing an offer including half board meal plan - £399 grand total for me and my 4 year old son. Thats direct through the Disney web site, and before bearing in mind any cash back deals/vouchers etc.

I could go to the Davy Crockett Ranch hotel and thats even cheaper at £341 but is self catering and not half board and more suited to those travelling in a car. Really enjoyed it when I stayed at Davy Crockett 3 years ago but this time I'm not taking the car.
paulrwarner

Lego hotel! (How can they charge so much!)



​Buy lego and build your own portable hotel
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