Us TsumTsum’s had the pleasure of visiting and staying at The Grand Legacy at the Park on December 1, 2015 for a “Press Event” where they revealed some very exciting news to us, which we’re so excited to share with all of you at the very bottom of this post!
As we pulled up in front of the hotel, we were guided towards a side entrance where a very friendly hotel valet host was smiling and waiting for us. He recognized our cuteness and realized immediately that we were checking in, so he guided us in the direction of the temporary check-in office.
After our “human” parked the car, we grabbed our tiny luggage and walked into the office. We were greeted by a lovely employee who was smiling ear to ear. She asked us how we got so cute so we told her we originated in Japan, which is the country known for cute things and the famous Japanese words:“Cho Kawaii!” meaning “So Cute!” We were handed our tiny room keys and were told when the check out time was, which we requested a late check out and were granted, free wi-fi and complimentary breakfast. Our room was ready early so we took our tiny suitcases and headed for the 2nd floor.
We were so lucky to have been put in a corner king room as it seemed to be GIGANTIC in comparison to us tiny TsumTsum! The room was large, clean, comfortable and perfect for all of us Tsum’s and our “human.” The bed was beyond comfortable and we had a HUGE television and even a microwave and miniature refrigerator. The seating area was also comfortable and the perfect size for all of us. The little shampoos, conditioners and soaps in the bathroom were perfectly set up on the counter with an adorably folded towel creature. Our room couldn’t have been more perfect but we sure can’t wait until we get to visit the NEW, luxurious rooms that will be available early 2016 in the new building!
The hotel is currently under construction as it changes its front building area, which will include a new lobby, new luxurious family suites and guest rooms, a new breakfast area, a roof top bar and lounge and other exciting stuff to come early 2016. We were there to see these areas before they are completed and open up to the public.1 Likes