Overnight stays at LEGOLAND®
Sleep soundly at LEGOLAND
It must be safe for visitors to stay overnight at LEGOLAND. This is why we have implemented a range of measures to ensure that both visitors and employees are protected as best possible against infection from coronavirus during their visit.
Below you can find answers to what to do if you want to book a stay at one of our accommodation sites as well as when you arrive there.
Please note that guests staying at any of our accommodation sites are always guaranteed access to LEGOLAND, as the visit is included in the park’s capacity.
Sleep soundly at LEGOLAND
In the event that, due to the ongoing coronavirus situation, we are unable to invite you to stay as planned, you will be offered the opportunity to move it to a later date.
Everyone who stays overnight at one of our accommodation sites is included in our capacity, so there will be room in LEGOLAND for you, even if we close ticket sales for that day.
Cleaning is carried out very thoroughly across all our accommodation units, and we have increased the frequency of cleaning in communal areas and toilets, where all surfaces, door handles and so on are disinfected regularly.
Breakfast will be served in the restaurants at Hotel LEGOLAND and at LEGOLAND Holiday Village.
At Hotel LEGOLAND the restaurant will also be open for lunch and in the evening, while the restaurant at LEGOLAND Holiday Village will be open for takeaway every evening and buffet on selected days.
It will be possible to use the play areas at Hotel LEGOLAND. Hand sanitisers have been installed and it is important to follow the signs, which show how many people are allowed to be in the different areas. It is not possible to use the gym.
It is possible for hotel guests to use the hotel entrance to LEGOLAND.
When you check in at our accommodation, you must show the corona pass app or one of the following types of documentation in order to receive the wristband to show at the entrance of LEGOLAND.
- Negative COVID-19 test - no more than 72 hours old upon arrival
- Positive COVID-19 test - More than 14 days old and no more than 8 months old upon arrival.
- Vaccine documentation - 14 days after the first vaccination and less than 42 days between the first and second vaccination.
- All other documentation than the Danish corona pass app must be showed together with a health insurance card, driver’s licence, passport or other publicly issued ID card.
The test must be no more than 72 hours old on arrival, and it must be possible to present it either digitally or on paper, with the name, test date and test result clearly stated.
Yes, you are welcome to use the outdoor playgrounds. There will be signs next to the playgrounds explaining the guidelines that you should comply with. Hand sanitiser is also available and we encourage everyone to use it before and after visiting the playgrounds.