08:52PM, Friday 05 June 2015
Plans to increase the number of bedrooms at Legoland Windsor’s hotel from 150 to 211 will be up for discussion at a public consultation.
The resort is inviting the public to discuss the plans at the park on Friday, June 12 from 1-7pm and Saturday, June 13 from 9am-2pm.
A statement said that Legoland is ‘always looking at new ways for guests to enjoy their day out or short break’.
It added: “All our upcoming plans are about improving guest experiences, giving our guests a reason to visit outside of peak holidays and ensuring that we have something new on offer for those families yet to visit us.”
The exhibition boards will uploaded to www.legolandconsults.co.uk from Friday, June 12 for feedback or questions.
Representatives from the theme park will also be on hand to discuss the proposed Haunted House.
The Royal Borough refused a planning application for it in August and an appeal was launched in April by the Winkfield Road park against the decision.
An inquiry date is set for October 6.
More than 50 street parties are set to take place this weekend across the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and the surrounding areas.
An independent report into a Conservative councillor has found a breach of the Royal Borough’s code of conduct in a document seen by the Advertiser.