Main entrance

Last week, the Carlsbad, Calif., Legoland resort unveiled its own Legoland Hotel -- a three-story, 250-room lodging likely to be nirvana for any devout Lego fan.

Located next to the massive resort, Legoland's hotel offers visitors three different room themes -- pirate, adventure, or kingdom -- that play off the associated Lego product line. Other amenities include specially themed restaurants, interactive play areas, and many other effects with Lego accents.

In total, the hotel contains 3,422 Lego models created out of 3 million Lego bricks. Take a virtual tour of the Legoland Hotel in our gallery of images courtesy of Legoland California and My Modern Met's Alice Yoo.

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Front desk wall

Upon entering the lobby, visitors will notice the massive mosaic of 6,000 Lego minifigures located behind the reception desk. Nearby, a giant Lego surfer rides a California cruiser.
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Brick pit

A lounge near the lobby offers a place where weathered parents can relax as their kids play in a big pit filled with various Lego bricks.
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Photo op

Several young visitors pose with a larger-than-life Lego knight positioned near the lobby, while an impressive dragon made of thousands of bricks looms nearby.
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Bricks everywhere

A large mock pipe -- pretending to disperse a water-like flow of Lego bricks -- captures the imagination and curiosity of a nearby child.
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Hollywood bricks

This collection of Hollywood actors' autographs mimics the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame. Some of the signatures seen here include those of Cate Blanchett, Jim Carrey, Will Ferrell, Calista Flockhart, and Jon Favreau.
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Ahoy matey

An enormous castle and halved pirate ship provide a perfect place for kids (or adventuresome adults) to play. A pirate flag raises upon turning the captain's wheel, and a loud cannon blast sounds when the flag reaches the top.
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Bricks restaurant

Bricks Family Restaurant provides a broad set of healthful food options -- plus a whole gaggle of goofy giant Lego chefs -- in a buffet setting.
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Crazy chefs

Here are some of the many massive Lego chefs located in Bricks Family Restaurant. It appears they've run into a major problem while trying to make some sweets.
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Adventure room

The premium adventure room contains several elements -- such as themed wallpaper and large jungle animal Lego creatures -- that will tickle fans of the safari series. Each room contains a treasure chest that visitors can unlock by following a series of clues hidden nearby.
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Kingdom room

Medieval shields are on show in the premium Kingdom room.
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Pirate room

Arr! If a pirate's life is for you, then this room may satisfy with shiplike wallpaper, myriad skulls and crossbones, and bedding based on the classic Lego pirate flag design.
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Bunk buds

Kids in every room can sleep in the standard separate area that features a themed two-person bunk bed and pullout trundle bed.
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Skyline Cafe

A giant Lego maitre d' awaits your arrival at the Skyline Cafe, which features a massive visual with 35 different scenes for kids to gawk at while chomping down on their food.
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Another calamity

At the Legoland Hotel, there's no shortage of amusing Lego figures, including this chef who seems to have lost control of some overflowing ice cream. It's probably best to steer clear of this brick-filled treat.
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Safe swimming

A giant smiling Lego lifeguard greets visitors to the large pool outside of the hotel.
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Pool palace

This picture gives a good glimpse of the colorful aesthetics that await visitors to the Legoland Hotel.
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