We had a family room which consisted of four small single beds, a thin duvet each and one very flat pillow. One part of the bedroom had clearly been a bathroom in a past life and there were the remnants of some bath taps with metal caps, sticking out of the wall two inches above the duvet on one of the beds! We had to re-arrange the furniture in the room to compensate for this. Breakfast was OK - the first morning we had to ask for everything as clearly nobody was taking much notice of what was left but the second morning this was better, with more choice. The place was very dated though and needs updating. It was OK for two nights - I wouldn't want to stay any longer, not just in the Kro but in Billund itself. In our opinion this hotel or 'Kro' just personifies Billund as a place, dated, very expensive, poor value for money and without a will to better itself.
We did not rate Legoland - again we found it quite unexciting, very expensive and quite dated. There doesn't seem to have been much investment in the last 25 years since when we first visited there. The only saving grace for the whole weekend was Lalandia Waterpark (opposite Legoland) and Billund Bad (swimming pool/jacuzzi/spa - excellent quality for a council run offering). Lalandia again, very expensive to get in but we spent the whole day there to try and get at least some value for money out of a ferociously expensive weekend trip to Billund! Unfortunately it was all a bit of a mistake and money not very well spent.
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