The theme park’s colorful addition opens on April 27.
Rare is the parent of a small child whose living room is not a rotating showroom of Lego creations. Rocket ships, fire stations, race cars, and robots come and go, but castles are a constant—giant, multicolored castles, often with parking spots for rocket ships and race cars.
The Lego company, the Danish plastic brick/movie/theme park conglomerate, is not afraid to take a toy to its logical conclusion, and so it has built a Lego castle of its own—and it’s a three-story hotel that is now accepting reservations.
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