Sleep Inside a Giant Toy at Legoland California's New Hotel Kid fantasies at adult prices

Legoland California now has a special themed hotel to offer its guests. The 250-room hotel is a testament to all things Lego, with lots of Lego brick sculptures throughout (including a 400,000-brick dragon at the entrance) and themed rooms reminiscent of the sleazy motor lodges of yesteryear—only, you know, family-friendly Lego versions. The price isn't so friendly, though. Rooms start at $339 a night. More images below.

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