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The LEGO masterpiece you wished you could build as a kid: a real-life LEGO hotel

Excerpt from Technabob

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Just like Barbie-themed cruises, the Legoland Hotel’s business should boom thanks to parents looking for a kid-friendly holiday that’s not just another trip to Disney.

— Samantha Shankman

LEGO fans have a treat in store if they are planning a trip to LEGOLAND in Carlsbad, California, next year. You’ll soon be able to stay in the official Legoland Hotel which will open on April 5, 2013. The exterior has a LEGO dragon guarding the entrance and all of the rooms are decorated, too.

Guests can choose from a Pirate, Kingdom or Adventure themed room. There are 250 rooms in all, with two separate sleeping areas. When you stay there you also get your family exclusive early admission to LEGOLAND.

Below are the first few images released from the hotel and a video of its construction:

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