Carlsbad hotel near legoland

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  1. Glynis4

    Glynis4 Mouseketeer

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    We need a hotel for 2 nights while visiting legoland. On a budget, but must be clean and preferably include breakfast. A quick search turned up Hampton inn Carlsbad & La Quinta inn & suites. Am I on the right track, or are there better options? Thanks!
     
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    theluckyrabbit Moderator Moderator

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    Our friends stayed at the Hampton -- they said it was fine. I think it's near the outlets, which was a total plus for them!
     
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  4. GatorChris

    GatorChris Not of This World

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    If you're going in the summer, those will do. But if you go any other time that's not an official kid's vacation time, you can stay at a LEGOLAND Hotel for the same price, usually.
     
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    We will be there Veterans Day weekend. I can get the above 2 hotels for $122-$130/night. Legoland hotel is looking more like $345/night :worried:. It really is crazy how much their prices fluctuate. Mid week is more like $175. It would really mess up our Disneyland plan to go to legoland mid week though :(
     
  6. agamble

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    I ended up booking the LEGOland hotel for summer because neighboring hotels were so expensive. I was really missing all the cheap hotel optins around Disneyland. I think $130 sounds good. I couldn't find anything that sleeps 2 adults and 3 kids for less than 250 in June.
     
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    I booked the Hampton for $114/night! I would LOVE to stay at the legoland hotel, but it’s just not in the budget this trip. I feel we have a few more years before my kids would “outgrow” the hotel, so hopefully it will happen one day!
     
  8. mentos

    mentos Minty fresh happy haunts

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    I've stayed at Hampton, it was exceedingly clean and nice (and free breakfast I didn't partake in). Lots of reasonable food options nearby. $114 is a good price! I think I paid $103, booked through Hotels.com so it counts for their buy 10/get 1 free thing.
     
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