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Legoland Hotel in New York finally opens after COVID delays as first of its kind in Northeast

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The Legoland Hotel in New York’s Hudson Valley — inspired by the toy building bricks and the first of its kind in the Northeast — has opened after being delayed about a year thanks to COVID-19. The overnight adventure land in Orange County’s Goshen village boasts 250 rooms and is situated within walking distance of the new Legoland New York theme park, which just completed its phrased reopening last month. The guestrooms are themed after different Lego sets and products such as Pirate, Kingdom and Lego Ninjago. Kids will enjoy separate sleeping areas with bunk beds. There will be no shortage o…

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