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Legoland Dubai Hotel
Updated on 16 February 2017

The ultimate family-fun hotel will open at Dubai Parks and Resorts, the Middle East’s largest integrated theme park destination. The ultimate family-fun hotel will be located adjacent to the existing Legoland Dubai theme park.

The first Legoland Hotel in the Middle East and the seventh to open worldwide will completely immerse guests in the creative world of LEGO as it’s designed to bring children’s imaginations to life. Every room will have LEGO models and theming for guests to continue their Legoland Park adventure into the evening. From the disco elevator to the Castle Play Area, Legoland designers have integrated LEGO storylines for every guest to create a memorable adventure.

A testament to the increasing popularity of Dubai as a family leisure destination, the Legoland Dubai Hotel will be the second hotel at Dubai Parks and Resorts, offering a convenient base for families to stay and enjoy several days’ worth of amazing entertainment, all within walking distance of the Park. Legoland Dubai has more than 40 interactive rides and attractions, and Legoland Water Park has 20 slides and attractions and is the region's first water park specially designed for families with children ages 2-12.

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