Our stay at Lalandia Resort was simply fabulous ! We discovered the houses were built and decorated following on Danish standards so it was a great first immersion into Scandinavian life !
You can either bring all you need with you (bed linen, barbecue, towels...) or either rent them at the Service Centre in the Aquadome (you can't miss this one, it's the big building with the big water slides "popping" outside and you can't miss the Centre either, you have a lot of directives inside, but in case of any doubt, you can ask one of their employees, dressed in red, always there to help you with a smile. ) The houses are actually spacious, even if you don't have the impression, they are. To check-in, you have to dial the code that was given to you when you booked (so don't forget to print the document they sent you, it's the key to your holiday !) and just to open the door after that... You have all the bed linen and towels you need in a plastic bag in the wardrobe in the entrance hall; if you rented anything, it would be nice to put the used towels and linen in the grey foldable bag. There is all the comfort you need, with really nice rooms, each decorated with a cute painting; the kids room is so nice, with double beds, with the top bed accessible by a ladder, a plasma-TV, a chest to put your belongings in and also useful to sit on to watch TV, a little table with two chairs (maybe slightly small for bigger kids, but that's not a problem) and finally, a mirror, a big painting on the wall, actually covering all the wall, painted on a fabric and also a drawer, to put all your clothes in ! The other rooms are pretty simple, with big wardrobes that almost touch the ceiling. The kitchen was very modern and practical, with all the knives, forks, glasses and so on we needed. There was even a tablet to put into the dishwasher ! But it would be really nice for the cleaning team to clean the used items by yourself and to leave them to dry on a towel near the sink and not just into the dishwasher, untouched... The bathroom was really practical also, with a washing and drying machine, we didn't need it, but it's practical if you are here for a longer stay. The dining and living room were actually in the same space, as well as the kitchen, following the US kitchen principle; there even was a little bar-space and some wine glasses so why not plan a "wine & cheese" evening... The dining room was simple, the table was pretty resistant so it was really good and the living room, very comfortable, with only leather furniture (two "rotating" chairs and a couch, as well as a small sitting space under the plasma-TV). Overall, the house was really practical and very nice and it was located at a reasonable distance from the other houses so I guarantee you you won't be disturbed at all. During the night, it was actually really dark inside, because of the stores and the curtains at all the windows (the curtains were only in the kids room, lucky us !). There was a playground into each section of an area, actually we were at midway between two of them. There also was a playground near the train stop and also near the Aquadome entrance. Talking of which, the Aquadome building had many buffets (you needed to pay only for your drink and "entrance", after that, you could eat as much as you wanted meals from the buffets, which were rather simple, no gourmet eating here) and game facilities (bungee jump, mini-golf, Monky Tonky Factory, where you can create your own stuffed animal, an indoor, enormous playground, bowling...) ! There was also a big trampoline near the exit, a mini-golf outside, a basketball and tennis court, a football area and a big meadow for goats ! In front of the Aquadome. The Aquadome is really enormous, there is so much to do... Between the wave pool, the sauna, the lazy river, the "Temple" for the kids, the little kids' pool, the small slides and... THE BIG SLIDES. You have "Octopus Racer", or 4 slides, where you have to ride on your stomach on some little mats and where you have to hold some little handles. These slides are really narrow and the ride inside is quite short, after that you slide down towards the end. It's not dangerous at all, it's quite thrilling so it's a nice ride indeed ! Then you have two bigger slides, where you can ride on your own or with someone in a double ring. Here, the rules are very strict so no more than 2 people at the same time and no riding on your back, in another direction or without a ring... Then comes THE slide, visible from outside; THE TORNADO !!! You ride on this one on a 4-people ring ONLY (really heavy and if you hold it on your back to climb the 4-floors staircase, you look like a giant butterfly...). You have a big "drop" at first, after which you slide up the big 360degrees tube and then down and you continue your ride on the dizzy (there is an effect done on purpose for that, it's up to you to discover it ! ) tube, after that you have another "drop" (so a pretty straight slide), then there is the end if the slide, where you almost land on like you would do after doing a looping with the ring ! Super thrilling instead... We did it 3 times ! You only have to wait to get your ring, if the person has finished using it, she will hand in it you (this is valid only for the 3 bigger slides). For the mats, there is a big amount of them at the end of the ride. If you're lucky enough, you will find leftover rings and/or mats in the stairs or near the rides, which could be sometimes a bit frustrating if you carried the big ring up to the last floor, but always make sure you have a ring before sliding, it's always better... For preparing to go to the Aquadome, you have to scan the blue bracelet they give you, then go to the lockers' room depending on your gender (men upstairs, women downstairs). You have lockers that don't close and a few ones that actually close (you will need your bracelet for that), as well as a shoe rack and benches where you can leave your belongings, "at your own risk"... It says you have to be totally naked to shower before going in and after going to the toilet, that they will check if you do so, but it's not true so just shower normally, like you would do before going to the swimming pool so don't worry about that. The only problem is that the "public" showers are "overpopulated" and there only are TWO private changing-showering areas, which can be quite annoying if somebody takes too much time and when you have other things to do... Also you don't have a lot of toilets so take your precautions before going. Can be quite tricky when you're on our own... There is also a big sink with a big mirror and there is next to it a plug, where you can plug in your hair dryer. After you have changed (recommend putting your swimsuit directly under your clothes and wearing a one piece swimsuit), you finally can push the red door at the back of the lockers room and start having fun ! Then we only tried the small playing area outside the Dome and not the other ones inside and outside, but they looked and sounded pretty awesome and cool. We also tried the playing area near the train stop, really cool... Legoland is at a 5 minutes-walk and Legoland Village is in the same place as Lalandia Resort so if you want to eat there... I recommend staying a maximum of 5 days in Lalandia, it is a very good basis to visit Legoland and the surroundings (Odense, for instance, Andersen's hometown, very interesting and well done to draw your attention ! ☺). The check-out is also very discreet, as the check-in. Overall, a very interesting, thrilling, great,calm, relaxing first stay in Lalandia ! I am looking forward to come back !
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