The newest Legoland hotel opened over the weekend in Windsor, England.
The 150-room hotel features 1,600 models made from 80 million Lego bricks, which required 45 builders from across Europe to create, The Sun reports.
Back in January, the hotel announced that it would host a contest to find kiddie concierges. The job, the park noted at the time, would require 8 to 10 year olds to have a "passion for LEGO, a fondness for theme parks and a curious and inquiring mind." There would be a team of six boys and six girls to act as concierges.
Check out photos from the new park below.
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