LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Billund Review

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Last Updated on June 7, 2023 by Suzy

LEGO’s first-ever attraction opened at Billund in Denmark. Billund is the home of LEGO where it was first invented. LEGOLAND Billund Resort is home to a large theme park with a great range of rides which are suitable for toddlers through to young teenagers.

The LEGOLAND Billund Resort has two hotels and a holiday village. After closely looking at the reviews on Tripadvisor I chose for us to stay at the LEGOLAND Castle Hotel in Billund. It offers free parking and it is a really short walk away from LEGOLAND Billund’s main entrance plus a stay there includes breakfast and free Wi-Fi.

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“A special Lego 40th birthday treat we’ll never forget
We visited the castle hotel for 4 nights for my Husband’s 40th birthday treat. And a treat it was! The hotel itself is like lego knights on speed! not a single bit remains untouched by the Lego knights. lots of fun and cute little touches. The kids ADORED it. And my Husband had a 40th birthday he’ll never forget.”


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There are a great choice of rides and attractions at LEGOLAND Billund Denmark – Find out more

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LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Billund

  • Stay in a room fit for royalty and with LEGOLAND® right next door
  • Visit lots of fun playrooms and playgrounds in and around the castle
  • Breakfast, free parking and free WiFi included

The LEGOLAND Castle Hotel in Billund is easy to find. We visited as part of a 1 week holiday to Denmark and we drove there from Copenhagen. We booked through LEGOLAND’s Official Website which in my opinion is the best way to book a stay here. You can fly from the UK from some airports to Billund airport. This would be a great idea for saving money as the hotel is right next to the airport, you can walk easily from there to the hotel.

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Billund Review

The LEGOLAND Castle Hotel is great for families and you can’t fail to be captivated by how it looks. Built recently the hotel is in great condition and our room was exceptionally clean. I wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again.

The hotel has 142 rooms and there are two buildings of rooms. It is worth knowing that there is the main building with half of the rooms and this is where breakfast and dinner are served. The other rooms are across the courtyard so if it’s bad weather you will want to take your coat with you.

There are three types of rooms to choose from; The Princess’ room, The Wizard’s room and the Dragon Knight’s room.

All around you is LEGO. Even the reception hall is full of LEGO including areas where children can sit together and create their own LEGO masterpieces.

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Billund Review

They really have gone to town with the theming. Even the hotel corridors are themed with music playing and lights that look like real torches.

There is a HUGE buffet-style restaurant. Breakfast is included and there were plenty of hot and cold food and drink options. We also booked a buffet dinner here which was excellent with plenty of choice. We paid a set price that included unlimited drinks – even wine and beer were included in the price!

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Billund Review

Outside there is a fun-themed play area with a play tower and plenty of obstacles with something to suit all children.

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Billund Review
LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Billund Review

We stayed in the Dragon Knight’s room which is highly-themed and bright and colourful. There were so many nice touches from a LEGO dragon sat guarding the main bed to things for kids to find on the walls and other knightly wonders.

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Dragon Knights Room

As soon as you enter the room there is a bunk bed area off to your right. This sleeps up to four children. There is a safe here and there was a LEGO box with a panel for kids to stick their creations onto. The kids even have their own TV.

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Dragon Knights Room

We had a huge shower room which was fully accessible. There was even a LEGO sword on the wall. The showroom had shower gel, a hairdryer and tissues plus plenty of towels.

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Dragon Knights Room

Opposite the bathroom, there was a large storage area with tea and coffee-making facilities, a fridge, glasses, ironing board and a wardrobe.

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Dragon Knights Room

The large bed for the adults had a wonderful picture above it that had a light inside it. Opposite the bed, there was a TV on the wall and a table area with a chair. It was incredibly spacious and it felt such a treat to be staying there. Although we were really close to the airport you could barely hear the planes and they didn’t fly overnight.

LEGOLAND Knight's Castle Room

Outside there are some excellent LEGO statues which we had great fun taking photos next to.

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Billund Review

As you walk around outside the hotel you trigger all sorts of different noises, it’s great fun!

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel Billund Review

    Prices – The Dragon Knight’s Room – Prices start from 3,495 DKK £400 a night for up to 6 people (2 adults and 4 children) (Princess room from 3,595 DKK and The Wizard’s room from 3,295 DKK) – Prices include breakfast or you can upgrade to include 1-day admission to LEGOLAND on a one night stay.

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