Staying at Legoland Hotel Malaysia, Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia – Part 1

I would like to thank my dearest sister for given us the opportunity to experience Legoland Hotel, Nusajaya, Malaysia. We love you Angah!

Legoland Hotel located in Nusajaya, Johor Bahru nearby Legoland dry and wet themepark. Room booking for Legoland Hotel can be made by walk in, phone +607 597 8888 or through their official Legoland website www.legoland.com.my

The hotel address is 7, Jalan LEGOLAND, Bandar Medini Iskandar Malaysia, 79250, Nusajaya, Johor.

There are 249 themes guest rooms from LEGO popular Pirate, Kingdoms or Adventure. Normally, in other hotels there are suite, deluxe and standard rooms. In Legoland Hotel, there are 4 types of themed rooms which are suite rooms, deluxe rooms, premium rooms and themed rooms.

The difference between premium and themed room is extra theming and LEGO features in premium rooms. I’ve asked the hotel rates but they didn’t disclosed the price yet.

The Lobby

The lobby was huge! With lots and lots of Lego bricks to be played with wee! I wish I could bring my kids here someday. InsyaAllah.

I’m using Samsung Mega’s 8MP Camera and Sony Experia L 8MP Camera. Most of the blurry images were captured from Samsung and the rest were from Sony. I guess my vote will go to Sony if you like to take good handphone pictures.

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The Legoland Hotel Trademark

 

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Unfortunately there weren’t any brochures available just now

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We informed that there weren’t any public dustbin in the lobby. I had my ice cream just now and  had to go to the wash room to throw the rubbish (-_-)

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A huge Legoland castle in the middle of Legoland’s lobby

 

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I love the Lego’s carpet!

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The castle in more close up version

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The pirate Lego 🙂

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The history wall of Lego back to 1932!

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The waiting area..very cosy and colorful indeed

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I love this creative flower pot!

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You can wait for your room to be ready and also play Lego bricks! Amazing! I was wondering how they control those little kids who love to bring home some of these bricks? (including me ehem)

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Lego’s carpet close up version

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A Lego building model

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The rooftop

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The building cleaner service

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Kids at work! 🙂

The staff

When I arrived with my big baby bump, a staff came straight to me and assist me to the receptionist counter. Very nice indeed! As usual I need to go to the toilet and the nearby staff assist me to the toilet. I was early and not more than 5 people lingering in the lobby that time. I hope during peak hour, they will be able to maintain the friendly and accommodating attitude towards all guests.

It’s been a long day. I am an early sleeper but since I was so excited to post this..I’m struggling hard to open my eyes and finish this post.I shall continue to deliver my promise to my other half for Legoland Hotel reviews for part 2 ( our Legoland themed room, dinner at Brick’s restaurant, and food review).

Goodnite Everybody! See you in the next post!~

 

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