Step back into old Florida at the all new Legoland Beach Retreat Resort!
Legoland Beach Retreat Resort
The Legoland Beach Retreat Resort features superb LEGO theming throughout a village-style resort with brightly colored bungalows. Each bungalow includes two resort rooms. Thirteen horseshoe-shaped “coves” named after popular LEGO Minifigures dot the shore of Lake Dexter about three-quarters of a mile away from the entrance to Legoland Florida.
The resort really takes you back to a bygone era in the Sunshine State when roadside motels were more common than the Disneyfied mega-resorts. This style provides a quaint, relaxing experience for guests, including a wonderful “front porch” where you can relax and enjoy your morning coffee or evening nightcap.
Beach Retreat Rooms
The Legoland Beach Retreat Resort rooms can sleep up to five guests feature a queen size bed in the main room area.
How do you get 5 people in that bed, you may ask? Well, this is one of the cool things about the Legoland Beach Retreat Resort. The kids have their own area for sleeping, reading, playing games, and so on. This area includes a bunk bed and a trundle. It took us our entire stay to find the trundle bed. I guess if you don’t have 5, you’re not looking for it.
The pool at Legoland Beach Retreat Resort features a beach entry (seems appropriate) with a TON of beach chairs for lounging by the pool.
Our kids refused to leave the pool. They absolutely loved it! Large, floating LEGO bricks line the pool for kids (and adults) to form their own LEGO creations.
Adjacent to the pool, there is an excellent playground for the kids. You will also find playgrounds spread throughout the resort in the bungalow coves.
Legoland Beach Retreat Resort Dining
Legoland Beach Retreat has one on-site restaurant, called Sandy’s Castle Restaurant. The restaurant features buffet-style dining for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The breakfast buffet is included with each stay at the Beach Retreat.
We found the buffet tasty, but also very typical of a buffet-style resort dining experience. Nothing really outstanding, but sufficient to satisfy your hunger. I will say, the biscuits and gravy on the breakfast buffet were some of the best I’ve ever had!
You will also find the Bricks Beach Bar in the same dining area for adult beverages and conversation. The bar also has some made-to-order options if you’re not in the mood for the buffet.
Some additional features of the new Legoland Beach Retreat Resort:
- Free Wi-Fi throughout the site.
- Complimentary transportation to the theme park entrance, as well as complimentary parking in LEGOLAND Florida Resort’s main parking lot for guests who choose to drive.
- First ever, drive-thru check in! Seriously, you don’t even have to get out of your car!
Nightly room rates start at $135 (plus tax and resort fee) and vary by season, date and availability.
Of course, the Jones Family vlogged their experience at the Legoland Beach Retreat. I’ve included our videos, below.