There are two primary hotel options at the Legoland park itself: the Legoland Resort Hotel and Legoland Castle Hotel.
At the Resort Hotel you can choose between themed bedrooms (including such Lego favourites as Pirate, Kingdom or Adventure); premium themed rooms (which offer a separate sleeping areas for the kids) and Ninjago-themed rooms. All the bedrooms are attractively decorated and an exciting place to sleep for Lego-loving youngsters; they also include Lego bricks for visitors to play with. Premium rooms also include exclusive gifts like badges and lanyards.
At the Castle Hotel, you’ll choose between either Knight or Wizard themed bedrooms, which also come with a variety of exciting Lego-themed extras (and others, like a Playstation 4 in your room!).
For a wider variety of accommodation options, including for those on lower budhets, Legoland have a number of other partner hotels in the Windsor area.
For an idea of prices, an overnight stay for two adults and two children in the height of the summer costs from £420 in the Legoland Resort Hotel, and from £500 in the Castle Hotel. Considerably cheaper options are available from some of Legoland’s partner hotels in the local area – for example, Doubletree by Hilton St Annes Manor – which offers rooms from just £250/night, including facilities like a play area, games zone and nature trail.