If you were a Lego fan as a kid, you probably spent hours building up a variety of impressive fortresses, imagining you were a royal monarch of your tiny, miniature world.
Now you can actually stay in a Lego castle. As of July 1, Legoland Windsor, in the U.K., has opened a hotel that looks like it’s made out of Legos.
Of course, it can’t actually be made out of Legos, but it’s just as amazing. And, there are plenty of impressive Lego statues around the castle, like a magical wizard in the lobby.
Legoland Castle Hotel is best suited for families visiting the park and has 61 themed rooms, with the choice of either a knight or a wizard theme. Each room also has separate sleeping areas for kids and adults, so mom and dad can get some alone time after a fun-filled day at the park.
Each room looks like you’re actually inside a Lego playset — or an 8-bit video game.
The hotel also has indoor and outdoor play areas and a Tournament Tavern Restaurant, which features a Black Rock Grill that you can order to cook your meats on a slab of hot volcanic rock right at the table — in a most medieval fashion.
Room prices begin from £572 (about $743 USD) for a family of four, which includes one night’s stay, breakfast, two days at the park with exclusive early access, fast track entrance to two rides, refillable drink cups for kids, and collectible Lego bricks.