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We think a kid must have de­signed this ho­tel as ev­ery­thing about it joy­fully shouts ‘Fun!’ From the mo­ment kids ar­rive, they’re whisked off into LEGO-themed ac­tiv­i­ties. Adults? You’re left to sort out the check-in. And it cer­tainly is a late one – 4pm to be pre­cise – but the ho­tel does of­fer the op­tion of pur­chas­ing a two-day combo ticket with mul­ti­ple en­tries into the theme park and wa­ter park. So you could drop off your lug­gage at the ho­tel in the morn­ing and go have some theme park fun first. Once you’ve checked in, gather the gang and boo­gie in the disco lifts on the way to your themed room. Choose from the swash­buck­ling Pirate room, the Adventure room, with its jun­gle and fierce crea­tures, or the King­dom room, decked in her­aldry and fit for a king and his court. Whichever you choose, you will be met with a spa­cious fam­ily-sized room with bright colours and lots of sur­prises, in­clud­ing a trea­sure hunt. The ge­nius of the LEGOLAND Ho­tel is in the thought­ful room de­tails: kids are pro­vided with mini bathrobes and slip­pers; sep­a­rate wash­basins in the bath­room stand at a child-friendly height; kids get their own TV in their sleep­ing area; and there’s even a tub of Du­plo for the wee ones to play with. Come meal times you can choose be­tween Bricks Fam­ily Restau­rant (open for all meals) and the Di Mat­toni Restau­rant (open from 3pm-10.30pm only). The Ital­ian restau­rant is a de­cent choice and of­fers an à la carte kids’ menu but buf­fets at Bricks have tended to re­ceive mixed re­views, par­tic­u­larly the be­wil­der­ingly large break­fast buf­fet. Still, the ho­tel ably caters to kids’ taste buds, even if adults aren’t so thrilled. Over­all, this is a great ho­tel for fam­i­lies with fun, friendly staff and plenty go­ing on to keep the kids happy. LEGOLAND, 7 Jalan Me­dini, Nusa­jaya, Jo­hor (07 597 8888/

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