Important information relating to COVID-19
For guests staying at a nearby hotel with Budget Family Breaks
Please be advised the benefits stated on your confirmation reflect our complete offering and some of these may not be available during your stay due to current Government Covid-19 guidelines.
As per Government guidelines, some swimming pools are closed, we recommend visiting the hotel website directly to check the most up to date information regarding your hotel pool.
Restaurants (Including Breakfast):
If you have purchased a Short Break including breakfast, please be aware that breakfast will still be included, however, due to social distancing measures this may be different than expected. Many of our hotels are moving towards a ‘Grab & Go’ or ‘Room Service’ breakfast. The reception team will notify you of these changes when checking in.
If you're looking to dine in the hotel's restaurant for your evening meal, we recommend visiting the hotel's website directly to see the restaurant offering and opening times.
Cleaning & Social Distancing:
The safety of our guests is always top priority, we have been in contact with all the hotels and each of them are following Government Guidelines, from our guests checking in to checking out. Somethings you may see include Perspex screens at Reception areas, hotels keeping social distancing measures in place and having hand sanitisers available in public areas.
Each of our hotels have their COVID-19 guidelines set out clearly on their website, we strongly recommend checking this information if you require more detailed information.
For guests wanting to make a booking:
If you’re already making plans for a Short Break this year, that's great to hear. You can book online via our websites at any time. We understand that many guests do like to speak to our Guest Experience Team before booking. If you need to get in touch with us please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of our Guest Experience Team will be in touch.
As we all deal with the challenges of the coronavirus, we are asking our team to work from home, prioritising responding to guests with imminent Short Breaks and the most urgent enquiries. In order to help them do that, we’re temporarily closing our Budget Family Breaks phone lines.
Guests who already have a booking :
As we all deal with the challenge of the coronavirus, we are asking our team to work from home, prioritising responding to guests with imminent Short Breaks and the most urgent enquiries. In order to help them do that, we’re temporarily closing our Budget Family Breaks phone lines. If you need to get in touch with us please use the above email and a member of our Guest Experience Team will be in touch.
Our response time
If you have emailed us, we will aim to get back to you within 14 working days. Currently, we are prioritising guests who are due to stay in the next seven days.
If you have a Short Break that is in the future and currently not affected by the closure dates we ask that you refrain from contacting us for the moment.
We will continue to closely monitor and follow government guidelines and are committed to keeping our guests updated through our website, so for further information and updates please check back regularly. If any future changes impact your break, we will get in touch.
We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding in these exceptional circumstances.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I pay for my booking with Budget Family Breaks?
Full payment will be taken at the end of the booking process by either a credit or debit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Visa Debit (Delta), Visa Electron and Paypal. We are unable to accept personal cheques.
Please note: Budget Family Breaks uses the merchant ID 'HXPAYMENTS.COM'. Once you have made your booking and payment has been taken from your account, 'HXPAYMENTS.COM' will appear on your bank statement alongside the amount taken for your booking.
The First Aid building is located in Heartlake City.
If you lose your adult, or are an adult who has lost their child, please look for a member of LEGOLAND® staff who will direct you to Guest Services. Emergency contact wristbands are available from Guest Services.
Guests with Disabilities
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is designed with the needs of guests with disabilities firmly in mind. The park is 95% accessible to wheelchair users; the pathways are level, however they can be steep in sections and you may require additional assistance. Alternatively, guests can take the Hill Train for a relaxing trip around the Park.
For full details, please request a copy of LEGOLAND's guide for guests with disabilities from Guest Services.
Health and Safety
A full health and safety audit is carried out at LEGOLAND every year, in addition to regular audits by external health and safety consultants.
It is the responsibility of parents / guardians to supervise any children under their care whilst at LEGOLAND. Adults are encouraged to accompany children on most rides and attractions. Children under the age of 14 should be accompanied by an adult (aged at least 18 years) at all times.
Safety restrictions are displayed at the entrance to individual rides and attractions. Please read the restrictions carefully before considering the ride or attraction for you or your child. For safety reasons, exceptions are not possible.
The following health and safety restrictions apply:
- Obey all posted rules and verbal instructions
- Obey all height and age restrictions for each ride and attraction
- Make sure your seat belt and / or safety restraint is secure and snug
- Observe any ride in operation and ride restriction notices prior to boarding the ride
- Keep your arms, legs, hands, feet and head inside the ride vehicle at all times
- Remain seated until the ride has come to a complete stop at the unloading point and you have been instructed to exit the ride vehicle by a member of staff
- If a ride comes to a stop before the unloading point, remain seated and wait for the ride to restart or for any further instructions from the ride operator
- Watch your step when entering and exiting the rides and attractions
- Keep children off chains, railings and structures in the Park
- Do not attempt to retrieve any lost articles from rides without help from the ride attendant
- Keep children out of the water features, water landscapes, the lake and fenced water areas
- Be sure to secure any loose articles such as cameras, glasses and hats, especially when on rides
- Do not leave children unattended in pushchairs and make sure pushchair safety belts are used
Please report or hand in any lost items to Guest Services at The Beginning or in Heartlake City. LEGOLAND and Budget Family Breaks cannot accept responsibility for any items that are lost or stolen inside the Park or in the car parks.
About the Website
Details on the Budget Family Breaks website are kept as accurate as possible, however LEGOLAND Windsor Resort cannot be held responsible for any errors, alterations or inconveniences that may arise as a result.
If you wish to leave LEGOLAND and re-enter the Park on the same day at no charge, please make sure to have your hand stamped at the entrance turnstiles. Failure to receive a hand stamp will result in you not being re-admitted to the Park. Your ticket is not proof of re-entry.
LEGOLAND is committed to reducing smoking in public areas. There are three designated smoking areas in the Park located opposite Fire Academy, next to Squid Surfer and the Enchanted Forest. Smoking is not permitted in any other outdoor space, ride queue, restaurant, shop or attraction. Staff members will ask guests to put out their cigarettes. This policy also applies to electronic cigarettes.
Stores, restaurants and ticket booths inside LEGOLAND accept the following cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Visa Electron and Delta.
LEGOLAND Windsor requires appropriate clothing to be worn whilst in the Park. Shirts, shoes, trousers or skirts of an appropriate length must be work at all times. Park Management reserve the right to ask guests wearing inappropriate clothing to change clothes or leave the Park.
A baby care centre is located in Guest Services in Heartlake City where you'll find a private place to breast or bottle feed and change nappies. Baby food is available in the Hill Top Cafe and Heartlake Park Cafe.
Parking is charged at £8 per car. You can pre-book your parking when making your booking with Budget Family Breaks. Alternatively, you can pay for parking at the ticket booths or at Guest Services in LEGOLAND.
Lockers are available to rent on a first come first served basis. Lockers require a £2 coin which is non-refundable.
The parent swap allows parents and guardians with more than one child can to take turns in riding with their children without having to queue for the ride twice. Please ask a member of the team at each ride for details. Please note: parent swap is not available on all rides and attractions.
No dogs or other pets will be admitted to LEGOLAND except assistance dogs.
Double and single pushchairs are available to rent from the BIG Shop at The Beginning. Pushchair hire costs £15 for a double pushchair and £10 for a single pushchair. Please be aware that pushchairs are available on a first come first served basis.
Speciality retail shops and stands are located throughout LEGOLAND. The BIG Shop at The Beginning is packed with a huge selection of LEGO® products. LEGOLAND offers a free Buy Now, Collect Later service, so you can collect your shopping at the end of the day.