Following on from my post about our stay at LEGOLAND Windsor to see the new DUPLO Valley, I thought I’d post some pictures of the hotel room we stayed in. There are 3 Styles of room, Pirate, Kingdom and Adventurer and you have Themed and Premium Themed variants of each, there is around £100 difference in price between the two (depending on when you stay). The hotel is expensive, but you can get 7.5% cashback on bookings via Quidco. This time we stayed in an Adventurer Premium Themed Room. This is a very picture heavy post!

As you walk in to the room you have the ‘Kids Area’ – Bunk Beds for 2 children, and a pull out one for a 3rd child, there is a LCD TV for them too.



Next along is the bathroom, I love the fact you have a childrens toilet seat tucked away inside the ‘grown up’ one. Clever touch!



Then… You have the ‘grown up’ area, we’d requested a cot for J, so normally it wouldn’t be there (unless you ask!)



This is the Desk / Mirror Area. There is a fridge in that little cupboard!



Finally, looking back towards the door, you can see the TV, a clothes rail, drawers and the T+C facilities. Check out the awesome bugs on the carpet!


As you can see, they really beautifully themed bedrooms! There are some images of the standard ‘Themed’ rooms in this post.

3 thoughts on “A quick look inside an Adventurer Premium Themed Room at LEGOLAND Windsor Resort

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  2. MyLifeAsAMummy says:

    This looks fantastic. Especially the kids bunk beds! Even I wouldn’t mind sleeping in them!

    Thank you for linking up with The Weekend Blog Hop

    Hope to see you again next weekend

    Laura x x x

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  4. Gracie Edwards says:

    going there in 1 week we have that room so hope we have a good time and hope the weather is great FINGERS CROSSED

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