CARLSBAD, Calif. (KGTV) -- Legoland California’s Castle Hotel and some select areas of the theme park are reopening to the public.
Park officials said the Castle Hotel will reopen for guests on Feb. 12. Guests who stay at the hotel will have exclusive access to Legoland’s Miniland U.S.A., The Big Shop, and the Hideaways.
With the hotel’s reopening comes health and safety guidelines due to the coronavirus pandemic. Officials say some of the guidelines in place at the Castle Hotel include:
- Required face coverings for all guests 3 years old and older
- Face coverings for all resort staff
- Temperature checks at check-in
- Reduced capacity
- Cashless payments
- Social distancing rules
- Enhanced cleaning regimes
Park officials added: “Guests at LEGOLAND Castle Hotel can see movies outdoors at night, enjoy an outdoor play structure and meet their favorite LEGOLAND costume characters! Reservations for LEGOLAND Castle Hotel can be made online where guests can choose from three different room themes: Knights and Dragons, Royal Princess or Magic Wizard rooms. Breakfast take out plus lunch and dinner take out and dine-outside options are available plus an in-room treasure hunt for the kids.”
The full Legoland Park, its water park, and the SEA LIFE Aquarium remain closed pending approval from San Diego County and state officials.
Legoland California President Kurt Stocks said, “As a father of young children, I understand the desire for families to want to get out of the house, be in a fun environment and enjoy spring while staying safe together as a family. It’s our goal to provide a safe atmosphere and I hope we can soon open up our theme park as well as SEA LIFE® aquarium for families to create memories together for years to come.”
For more information on the Castle Hotel reopening and updates on the theme park, visit Legoland.com/California.