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LEGO Room Service At Bovey Castle, Devon, England

When checking in for your stay at a hotel, what are the first things you request – your morning papers, your wake-up call or maybe your breakfast? Whatever it may be, nothing about standard room service that a normal hotel has to offer generally appeals to the younger generation.

Well that's now all set to change with the launch of the world's first ever LEGO menu and concierge service. From this week Bovey Castle, one of the UK's most luxurious five star family friendly hotels, will be giving guests the opportunity to order their favourite sets from the World's first ever 'LEGO Room Service Menu'.

Being a recognisable and established brand for 80 years, LEGO was once a toy for most at some point in his or her life. And now parents can sit alongside their children and watch their creativity grow and maybe even re-live a few nostalgic childhood memories themselves.

On arrival, each guest – young and old – will be given an exclusive LEGO Room Service menu to choose from and an order form to fill out. Once you have decided on the set you want to construct, hand in your selection at the front desk or just hang it on the door for room service to collect. The LEGO concierge team – yes complete with LEGO brick name badges! – will then deliver the sets right to your door.

You can choose from all of LEGO's most popular ranges such as Harry Potter, LEGO City, LEGO Friends and Star Wars.

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Tom Cooper | Elite.

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