Legoland Germany have opened their new themed accommodation for guests to ‘stay overnight like real Ninjas.’

The family theme park in the Bavarian city of Guenzburg, Germany has expanded the ninja experience at Legoland Holiday Village with the Ninjago Quarter.

The accommodation has officially opened its gates in time for Pentecost. It offers 72 family rooms for up to 288 guests.

The 27 m² rooms offer a master bedroom with a king-sized bed, a separate children’s room with a bunk bed as well as a bathroom for a family of four. It includes a balcony or terrace with views of the ninja playground.

Legoland have climate change firmly in mind with the four two story buildings meeting an especially energy-saving design with the KfW40 Plus-Standard. They lose almost no temperature and cover the low energy demand efficiently and sustainably.

“The capacity of our Legoland Holiday Village and our hotel partners is very well used, and a completely new themed area is waiting for our guests already next year. Therefore, the expansion of our overnight stay offer is an important step for us”, explained Legoland General Manager Manuela Stone.

“I practised this ninja move extra for this occasion! I am really happy that we can count an extremely popular and unique theme to our accommodations with todays opening. I am sure that it will make many children’s eyes shine.”

There will be Ninjago activities in the park fitting to the opening of the Quarter in the Holiday Village. Young to-be ninjas can show their talent in an obstacle course under the instruction of Ninja Warrior participant Christian Balkheimer.