Legoland’s Black Friday sale has overnight hotel stays where kids go free

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LEGOLAND has launched its Black Friday deals, with overnight stays at its two Lego themed hotels, plus nearby partner hotels.

From November 27 to midnight on November 30, kids go free when booking an overnight stay for selected dates in 2021.

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Legoland’s Black Friday sale has overnight hotel stays where kids go free[/caption]

The packages include a one-night stay at either the Lego-themed Resort and Castle Hotel, or those nearby such as The Copthorne and Holiday Inn Reading South.

All overnight packages include tickets for Legoland Windsor, plus breakfast – click here to find out more.

Visitors can also add a second day in the Theme Park for an additional £5 per person. 

Prices to stay at one of the Legoland Windsor Resort hotels start from £56 per person and from £30 per person when staying at a nearby partner hotel. 

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Guests heading to the park next year will be able to check out the park’s new multi-million pound new land, which will feature new rides, attractions and experiences.

LEGO MYTHICA, World of Mythical Creatures, hopes to open in spring 2021.

According to the park, the new land will be a “mythical portal to another world” with their video showing huge footprints shaking the resort while a mythical winged shadow circles overhead.

As the video ends, an ice storm sweeps the entrance to the park.


The park also promises a “never-before-seen UK ride” although little is known about it yet.

The new land was created in partnership with Kids Industries, with children aged between seven and 11 offering their own suggestions for the park.

It is the biggest investment for the park since it opened 25 years ago.

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