It is exactly what we did this week, while booking to gives you the option.
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So you don’t actually get a free breakfast?? You are paying for it with in the price. If you book direct there is a £10 charge for adults.
why can't I chose which day I want the park entrance for, if I'm having a 2 night stay then I want to go to the park after the first night so I get a full day and not have to go on the day of check-in, seems mad to me.
i went with my lads back in 2016. It was extremely tired looking. The miniature Lego display was all weathered. A lot of the rides kept breaking down. The staff weren't particularly enthusiastic. My youngest had more fun in the water park area at the end of the day than he did the rest of it. I would say, unless you have very young children (4-8) then I would avoid.
I see thank you. I was hoping to book the whole package with my points
If you book with https://booking.legolandholidays.co.uk then you get a free ticket. We simply booked to stay somewhere local cheaper and used the points to pay for our tickets
Hi are you 100% percent sure I can book this package with tickets and hotel with club card vouchers? Just checking before I change over 100 quid in vouchers lol
Voted hot as a deal but like the free Sun tickets I decided against as it is wear a mask at all times. I don't disgree as I'm someone who had to shield but the idea of queueing all day wearing a mask isn't fun!
Posted 14th Dec 2020Posted 14th Dec 2020
Legoland Resort Hotel stay 2021 inc breakfast + character meet + gift + pool = £99 for 2a/2c +100% free cancellation @ Legoland Holidays£99£18948% off Free P&P Free
Includes 100% free cancellation cover (usually £20), giving peace of
mind if plans change. Please note this is for a Legoland Resort hotel
stay - the theme park is closed on these dates. 18/12 - Legoland has now moved to tier 3, which means the Hotels will close from Saturday 19th December until Wednesday 6th January.
This deal is aimed at families looking for a nights stay at Legoland resort for the January to March period with 100% free cancellation cover for peace of mind. Please note th… Read more
Has anyone managed to contact them to cancel? If so, please share the contact details - my SIL said she’s been trying them by phone with no luck x
Park is closed. Hotel is expensive just for use of the hotel and a slot in the pool. We did one night at the hotel in 2019. It was dirty. Pool closed, unhelpful staff.
We did this back in 2018 for the same price and the park was open on the first day (certain rides) which we weren't expecting and we were told they tend to open what they can. The second day, it was closed due to bad weather however they gave us a voucher for free entry on another day!
Yes, it does say that in the information. Still a good price for the family though.
No theme park??? Like going to a all you can eat buffet and them not having any food (lol)
Posted 20th Nov 2020Posted 20th Nov 2020
Free entry for kids into Legoland in 2021 when booking a family hotel stay at Holiday Inn (Bath Road) for £135 @ Legoland Holiday£135
I got an email from legoland today with the Black Friday offer which is for next year stays! When I have looked the prices are really good - I have booked a night in the holiday … Read more
Hate to cynical but I can't see this going ahead with all the crazy new restrictions 😔
looks great but can not see it happening this year ;(
We went in July and I agree it was pretty packed. Whilst it was nightmare for my husband and I, the kids were oblivious to it all because they are used to going to busy theme parks (as we only go weekends or half term) and enjoyed themselves. We also got the Q-Bot thing so we didn't wait too long in queues. Most theme parks were like this though, we went Thorpe Park the weekend after school started and it wasn't as bad but then its tailored for much older kids. We did all the junior rides and didn't wait around at all (without the fast pass). Maybe give TP a try next time.
Reading is 30 mins from Windsor. Factor in traffic too, its not exactly round the corner. Also be weary as I've read customers had to fight for refunds as they only offered change if date for tickets and stays booked whilst they were closed earlier this year. If you're happy with that, fine but if you had a specific set of dates in mind then maybe get something in writing from customer service before you book
I booked a similar deal for Halloween last year and we had great fun, I was there last week and stayed onsite at much more cost. Yes it’s handy being onsite for sure. However the park was so so busy no one was really social distancing at all it was chaos, some of the queues were unbelievable to be honest. Hardly any of the rides had their photo system working so that was a waste of a digipass. For the second day we had to book the fast passes as previous day we did just four rides. Where as same time last year was different. However I know the passes are recommended. It is a great place if u love lego but I’d wait for better times after my trip last week, unless you wanna just absorb atmosphere
Posted 26th Sep 2020Posted 26th Sep 2020
LEGOLAND Midweek stays reduced with free room upgrade
Just got an email with this LEGOLAND ® Holidays offer and think it is great for anyone looking to take kids wanting to avoid busy Peak times! You get a free room upgrade which i… Read more
£227 for 4, 2 days pass and staying in their hotel is not bad. Saying this, it is probably not during the school holidays when more than likely the price will be considerably higher and will kill the deal. We paid £160 for 4, only 1 day and staying at Holiday Inn 20 miles away. I think this is a better price. However, if you are concerned with Covid 19, don't go. I was there 3 weeks ago and I regret it. 2 days may give you the opportunity to use more rides, I've spent 1.5h waiting in line to go in 2 of their rides (1.5h waiting for each ride) and we were like sardines in the queue. If you go only 1 day, make an effort and buy the additional pass. We used only 5 rides and we spent 8.5h there. I personally think this place should not be open during the pandemic. They put some 'measurements' in place, but people don't care.
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Posted 28th Feb 2020Posted 28th Feb 2020
2 Day Legoland Tickets for 2 Adults & 2 Children + 1 Night Hotel (4* Holiday Inn Reading) Inc' Breakfast & Goody Bag £120 (£30pp) @ Legoland£120
Legoland currently have a nice offer running until Monday where you can get two day Legoland entry tickets + a 1 night hotel stay at the 4* Holiday Inn Reading South hotel (includi… Read more
Yep 37 for a family of 4 for twinlakes valid til end June :)
That's brilliant! Thanks! I wasn't aware of that site. I usually go places like 365 Tickets. (y)
And maybe to help you out, there's a half price family ticket to either wheel gate or twin lakes just gone live on planet offers this morning! I've debated it, but it's still 3 hours from me whereas lightwater is only 45 minutes away
Thank you that's brilliant!
Only one more thing to add.... If you're looking for a Premier Inn nearby (Trafford Centre), I've listed the rates below in an easy to see grid. Hope that helps! (highfive)
Posted 28th Jan 2020Posted 28th Jan 2020
LEGOLAND Resort Hotel overnight stay with lego themed rooms & breakfast £79£79
An amazing price for this hotel. The theme park is closed but lots of kids would still enjoy a stay at this hotel. Price jumps up to around £240 when the park is open. I believe th… Read more
I've booked at £140 night before for a family of 3 (2 adults 1 child) and that includes two days park entrance for all three of us... I guess this would be a good deal perhaps for those with under 2s who don't understand what the park is so won't be disappointed but will still like the bright colours and the swimming pool.
Kinky weekend away sorted
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Two Days In The Park / 1 Night Hotel Stay / Parking & Breakfast From £121 (Days Inn Fleet) - 2 Adults & 2 Children @ Legoland£121
Days inn Fleet have reduced their rates for certain dates from £105 no breakfast and £121 with breakfast. Also otehr hotel options have reduced in price, see post for dates.
If you've still not had a look at booking early for later next year, then it could be worth a look at the moment as some prices seem rather decent. A few are cheaper than when I pr… Read more
The selling of Fast tracks/QBot and sadly the abuse of RAP makes the experience very poor for the ‘regular’ guest. Having said that, a Merlin Annual Pass is actually much better because you haven’t paid for one day, thus you can turn up in the morning, do a few rides and then head off around lunch time. Come back another day and do the same etc... People tend to drop in through the day so generally if you arrive for park opening you can easily get on around 3 / 4 rides by lunch time. 20% off food and in the shop as well, and on sale now :)
Cant seem to find any cheaper than 380 :/
Went to book, put my card details in and wheel just span after submitting. Refreshed after a long wait and tried again. Price went up £90! This was 2nd-3rd Sept. Grrr too slow!
Seems like I can only get the £173/223 prices for on site hotels if I pick a double day over a Wednesday when they're closed and only offering one day at the park. Ie 28th/29th april
At the merchant pages of hotukdeals, you can pick up vouchers for Legoland hotel deals and flash sales or a Legolands holidays code that gives exciting extras such as Meet & Greets where the kids get to meet their favourite characters. To redeem your Legoland hotel discount voucher:
Choose your Legoland holiday and check availability by selecting your dates.
Click 'Book Now' and then add any extras (such as restaurant bookings or snack packs) that you want.
When you have created your perfect Legoland hotel package, proceed to the checkout.
Enter all of your personal details as requested and then select "Pay with Voucher".
Enter the digits on your Legoland hotel discount code. Your booking price will automatically be amended to reflect the voucher's value.
Click Make My Booking to confirm your purchase.
Then, let the kids know they've got an exciting time ahead of them.
Legoland Hotel Windsor FAQs
Do Legoland holidays include park tickets?
Theme park tickets (Legoland Windsor) are often included in the purchase price of Legoland Short Break Holidays. If not included, they can be purchased at a discount price when making your booking. Look out for Legoland Resort Park tickets at hotukdeals.
Is Legoland open on bank holidays?
Legoland is open during the Spring (Easter and Whit week) and Summer bank holidays. From late November until early January, it is open on selected dates for Legoland Christmas.
Does Legoland Hotel include park admission?
The Legoland Hotel at Windsor Legoland Resort sometimes includes park admission depending on the type of short break you've chosen. If not included, they can be bought as extras during the booking process or added nearer the date of your holiday.
How to cancel Legoland Hotel
All cancellations must be made through Holiday Extras on the website. Refunds are provided on a sliding scale, depending on when a cancellation is made. To protect yourself in the event of not being able to go, Legoland recommends that you take out its non-refundable cancellation protection cover when you book. Cancellation charges will still apply.
Is Legoland Hotel pet friendly?
Only registered assistance dogs are allowed into Legoland hotels and the theme park. They must be kept on a lead and remain with their owner at all times.
What happens when you book your Legoland Hotel packages
Once you've completed the online booking form and your payment has been accepted, you'll receive a booking confirmation by email. Your email will contain your:
Hotel check-in voucher
E-tickets for the Theme Park
Information about any upgrades or extras you have booked.
You don't need to print this information off, just have it on your phone when you arrive. If, after booking, you need to make any amendments or add any extras such as park lunches or hotel restaurant bookings, do it through Manage My Booking on the Legoland website.
How to cancel your stay at Legoland Hotel Windsor
When times are a little uncertain, booking any holiday can feel like a risk which is why the Legoland Windsor Resort recommends that you take advantage of its Cancellation Protection offer which is highlighted on the booking page.
If you do need to cancel your break at Legoland contact the Guest Experience Team (details below).
This contact must be made by the lead name on the booking and, if you don't have Cancellation Protection, cancellation charges will be deducted from the 100% refund.
No refunds will be made if you cancel within 36 hours of your holiday start date.
How to pay for Legoland Hotel packages
You will be asked for full payment of your Legoland hotel deals during the booking process. Legoland Windsor does not offer deposit, credit or spread payment schemes. If you add any extras or upgrades after your initial booking, payment for these will be taken at the time you make them. Legoland Resort payment options include:
How to contact Legoland Hotel Windsor
Booking and paying for a family holiday or short break is a big financial commitment and Legoland Windsor appreciates that you may have some queries or concerns. These may include questions about the latest Legoland overnight stay deals and park tickets or queries about extras and upgrades. Before making contact with the Legoland Customer Experience Team, see if you can find a solution on the extensive Help and FAQs pages. If not, a member of the team will be happy to speak to you during office hours which are Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. and Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays between 9:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. If something has gone wrong during your stay and you wish to make a complaint, the Customer Experience Team can help with this as well. Contact Legoland Resort Windsor via:
Online Email Form: You'll find this on the Help page. Select your type of query, answer a few questions and type in your message.
Telephone: Call 0300 023 0611 (0300 332 1421 if you wish to book over the telephone) during the above office hours. If you can't get your issue or complaint solved here, you can also call Head Office on 01753 626182.
Post: Write to Legoland Head Office, Winkfield Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 4AY.
Legoland Holidays on Social Media
If you want more information about whether visiting Legoland Windsor for a short break is the right choice for you, then having a look at its social media pages might help make up your mind. They also provide another forum for getting in touch with the Legoland Customer Experience Team. Legoland Facebook and Twitter pages are packed with information about both the theme park and the resort hotels. These are kept up-to-date with topical information such as which rides are best on a rainy day. Ideal for the British summer! Look out for competitions to enter and freebies to pick up as well. See all the exciting action with colourful pictures on Legoland Instagram while the Legoland Pinterest pages are full of creative ideas for fun days out and Lego-themed activities at home. If you want to find out about the latest rides and attractions or even take a virtual ride before visiting, then head over to the official Legoland YouTube Channel. Keep in touch by following and liking Legoland Windsor and its hotels on:
About Legoland Holidays
The Legoland chain of theme parks (in Denmark, the UK, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, UAE and the USA) has been entertaining families with fun days out and short holidays since 1968 (1996 in the UK). Today, the operation is owned by Merlin Entertainments - a British theme park company. Legoland Windsor is built on the site of the former Windsor Safari Park and is the largest Legoland park in the world. In fact, it is five times larger than the original Legoland in Billund, Denmark. The site comprises thirteen themed areas and a resort area within walking distance that has two hotels - the Legoland Resort Hotel and the Legoland Castle Hotel. Although the Legoland theme park opened in 1996, the hotels did not open their doors until 2012. Both hotels put children at the heart of their short breaks with exciting Lego-themed rooms and public areas.
Legoland Hotel Packages
On the doorstep of the Legoland Windsor theme park, there are two family hotels. They are close enough for even the youngest child to walk between the two and they have ample parking for the family car. Keep an eye on the Legoland Windsor Resort homepage for a regularly changing selection of themed breaks such as Toddler Breaks, Hallowe'en Brick or Treat Breaks and Santa's Sleepovers. Although both the Legoland Castle Hotel and the Legoland Resort Hotel have everything Lego-crazy kids could want, their biggest selling point is their themed bedrooms:
Wizard's Room (Castle Hotel)
This accommodation is perfect for young wizard apprentices with mock-brick walls and everything needed to create a magical stay.
Knight's Room (Castle Hotel)
This room is for knights in training and features decorated bunk beds and Lego play kits.
Pirate Themed Room (Resort Hotel)
Any young child would love to sleep in Captain Brickbeard's pirate cabin. There are skulls and crossbones everywhere and the kids can even follow clues in the room to find a hidden treasure chest.
Adventure Themed Room (Resort Hotel)
Slightly older children will enjoy becoming a real-life Lego hero in this adventure room. Each room is slightly different - some take children on a jungle explorer trail while in others they become mini archaeologists unlocking the secrets of the desert.
Kingdom Themed Room (Resort Hotel)
In this regal room, kids battle dragons to retrieve their crown and reclaim their kingdom.
Premium Pirate Room (Resort Hotel)
This room lets you splash out a bit with an exciting upgrade. It offers more space, more Lego and more adventures.
Shopping for the best Legoland Holiday experience
Selecting and booking your next Legoland holiday at the Windsor Resort is easy. Start by browsing the resort homepage where you'll find all the information you need. Once you've decided on your hotel and room type, follow the links to complete your booking. You can add any extras such as park tickets or restaurant meals when you book or spread the cost by booking these at a later date using the Manage My Booking link. If you think staying on the doorstep of a theme park is a great idea - no long journeys at the end of the day and parents can unwind with a drink in the restaurant or bar - then check out other resort parks such as Chessington World of Adventures, Drayton Manor, Alton Towers and Thorpe Park.
How to get Legoland Hotel Windsor Deals
When planning your Legoland break it is useful to know that the Legoland Castle Hotel is for more budget-conscious breaks while the Resort Hotel has extras such as a spa. For cheap Legoland holidays, the best place to start your search is the Legoland Resort Windsor homepage. Click Deals on the menu bar to unlock all current Legoland hotel offers. Check back regularly as these are always changing. Midweek deals (especially during term time) are often cheaper and are the best time to visit with pre-schoolers. Keep an eye on the website in the run-up to the annual Black Friday event in late November as Legoland always has even more money-saving deals such as Kids Go Free. Whether you're booking your hotel room or want to save on those extras that add a little more fun, visit hotukdeals and choose your Legoland holidays discount code.
Get Legoland Windsor hotel and ticket deals with an Annual Pass
With a Merlin Annual Pass not only do you save money on entry to dozens of theme parks around the UK you can also save up to 20% on your Lego-themed sleepover. Pass holders also enjoy: