We stay at Lalandia on a family holiday to Billund – the home of LEGO


Lalandia Billund.

Where is it?

Across the road from LEGOLAND Billund, in the small Danish town which is the home to the world famous toy.

What is it?

Lalandia is a Center Parcs-style resort with lodges, a huge indoor water park, an ice rink, soft play area and restaurants.

Is it family friendly?

Absolutely, it is geared around families with children of all ages. There are soft play areas for toddlers, mini golf and the Aquadome has rides for ages three up to teenagers.

The rooms

You can rent a modern Scandinavian style chalet, which inside looked like a smart part of an Ikea showroom. We had a Classic Plus 4 with two decent sized bedrooms, a lovely lounge and kitchen area and a good sized balcony.

Our Classic Plus 4 chalet at Lalandia Billund, Denmark, opposite Legoland

Our chalet at Lalandia

You have to hire bedding and there is a shower not a bath. The chalet has a good sized deck for sitting on and the park is large so there is plenty of space to run around with small playgrounds dotted around the site.

Food and drink

Denmark isn’t a cheap place to go but there are family-friendly options in Lalandia’s indoor ‘town square’ of shops and restaurants.

Lalandia town square

Lalandia town square

Our favourite was Ristorante Il Bambino, an Italian buffet. There are also Mexican and American restaurants along with cafes and take away choices. We also enjoyed the brilliant ice cream shop on site.


LEGOLAND – the home of LEGO is next door with a large theme park, which is the main reason to come here.

The entrance to Legoland in Billund, Denmark

The entrance to Legoland in Billund, Denmark

Billund itself isn’t a particularly scenic town but there is a large zoo a short drive away.

Our highlights

*The Aquadome. This huge indoor water park, the biggest in Scandinavia, is the number one reason to stay at Lalandia Billund. There are slides for all ages and all bravery levels, warm toddler pools, a wave machine, gentle rapid ride and a giant splash zone where a 1,000 litre bucket of water loudly deposits its contents every few minutes. It is free entry if you stay in one of the chalets.

*Winter Wonder. You can hire your skates and get on the rink or grab a tube and take on a small ice slide. This space isn’t huge but it is something different for an hour or so. You have to pay to use all the Winter Wonder facilities.

*Monky Tonky Land. This is a giant soft play area with slides, tunnels and big ball pits. There are also children’s workshops. You get free entry if you are staying on site.


Lalandia Billund, Ellehammers Alle 3, 7190 Billund, Denmark

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For more information visit the Lalandia Billund website.

(We stayed as guests of Lalandia for the purposes of this review, all views are our own).

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