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Based on 274 reviews
Noisy as usual!
It was time to visit Lalandia for some days in the resort. Lots of people and so noisy. But what to do, the kids love it. 4 days pass so fast. A remake is needed because its always same same... Free ticket for the ferry to Border shop is a plus. The cottages are ok. Restaurants are quite boring and a bit to expensive! Im shore it wasnt the last time here....
Just a weekend away with the family
Our stay in one of the cottages was an immediate hit with the grandchildren We only spent two nights but had three stays at the Aquadome , no doubt the greatestvattraction of th3 resort, but the kids also iceskated and played around in the Monkey Tonkey land For our meals we went tio il bambino and a burgerplace The rest we prepared in the cottage
Great holiday centre
Lalandia is a wonderful holiday center. The holiday houses were nice and clean. The Aquadome had plenty of nice slides. My favorite slides were “Wild River” and Pipeline. The food was quite good at Ristorante il Bambino for a buffet. The Monky Tonky Land playground was a great place for kids to run around.
Great water park and activities in nice surroundings
A nice cabin near the water park and lot of activities was perfect for 3 days with our grandchildren, boys on 10 and 8 years old. Every thing worked perfectly and we enjoyed our stay very much, although you have to pay for the activities (crazy golf, bowling, high trampoline e.g.). Only the water park and the indoor playground was included in the price.
Looking for an activities' park with a waterpark? Does Scandinavia in the middle of winter sound like a possibility? It did sound challenging so we decided to give it a try. Why Rodby? Because we could combine it with a direct flight to Copenhagen and a short stay in the capital, if things did not work well there. Rodby train station: First things first. Rodby is small town, pretty much in the middle of nowhere but only a few hours by train from the CPH airport. We arrived (kind of) late (around 20h15) and there was nobody in or around the train station, just fog and -6c. Luckily we spotted a bus at a nearby parking and the driver told us that he would pass from Lalandia if we did not want to call for a taxi. He welcomed us to Denmark and even refused to get money for the tickets. We sincerely appreciated that and I do feel obliged to mention it here. Arriving late: Arriving at Lalandia late (i.e. after 18h00 when the service centre closes) can be a challenge. Luckily, the main activities are open at least until 22h00 so there are always people around and the Baresso Café is open till 21h00, to grab something to eat/drink (important as the super market is closed after 20h00). You are supposed to ring a bell at the service centre for someone to come and give you the keys to your holiday home. We did, but nobody came at the door. You are then supposed to call a number written on the front door of the centre. We did, but the line kept disconnecting. Luckily, before despair, came a member of staff who contacted the security guard. He also, was so polite and relaxed, that we immediately felt relaxed as well. He gave us the keys, bed linen and towels (Important: order them before arrival, especially if you are arriving late. There will be nothing but mattresses and duvets in the cabin). We also got a map and instructions of how to find our cabin. Also very important because... The way to the cabin: Once you are out of the main complex, you're out in a field and there are just trees and few ponds and paths. There are signs but cabins are a bit further out so you will have to walk down one of the paths for anything between 5-10mins to find your cabin. Perfectly safe and serene environment for sure but at almost 9pm and surrounded by fog, it was a bit "surreal". Fairy tale stuff for us, others may not like it. The cabin: The holiday home is typical wooden Nordic cabin (comfort 4 for us, adequate for 2 adults and two children), pretty basic, with a kitchenette, living room, a small shower room/toilet and a bedroom (twin bed). Typical Scandinavian simplicity and practicality although do not expect anything above average in terms of quality and luxury. It is a Nordic cabin in the forest after all, so no complains if you know what to expect. There are plates, mugs and cutlery of course but anything else (edible or not) has to be purchased at the supermarket. TV is fine, internet is fast and free, good heaters, all nice and simple. Now the attic is either love it or hate it. Climb the vertical ladder and you find two mattresses. Space normally reserved for kids although some adults will love it (I know at least one), since maximum height does not exceed 1m. Some agility needed to go in/out but being there and having a look at the misty landscape through an attic window is (or at least should) be exciting for kids. Parking: There is a designated open parking for each of the holiday home sections and in fact almost all visitors will drive to Lalandia from either Denmark, Sweden or Germany (Rodby is a port town and there is a ferry line to Germany). Eating: Two restaurants and the Café were available during our staying (with one more being closed for refurbishment). Restaurants not comparable as menus are different. American steakhouse menus at the Bones, pizza, burgers and (one type of) pasta at Bambino's. Both feature a small salad bar and ice cream stands. There are salads, sandwiches and pastry at Baresso. Prices on the "Danish" side (relatively expensive) but quality is surprisingly good and by no means "junk" as I read in previous reviews. To be fair though, there is not much besides steaks, burgers, pizzas etc. which of course kids could eat for ever. So you will love it if you stay for 3-5 days, more than that and food options might become an issue (for adults). Had brunch at the Bambino's one day, which was good, I am, not sure that there is a breakfast buffet on a daily basis though. We made our own in the cabin. Activities: I thought that kids today only need game consoles and tablets. Well I was wrong. Put them in the "cages" of a huge playground and they can stay there from day to night. Occasionally they will come out for water but they will be asking for nothing else. The good news is that access to the Monkey Tonk Land (the playground) is free and included to the price of your staying. Water though isn't and neither is anything else around you. Temptations are abundant with candy shops, ice cream, drinks, all reasonably priced but not free. Paid activities include workshops (interesting every day), trampoline, wall climbing, an arcade zone, even a ski training zone (for those from flat or hot countries, anyone else who has been on a real mountain will sympathize). Adults can chat, read a book or browse the internet while having a cup of coffee. Again, makes sense for 3-5 days, more than that and your options will become an issue. Kids from 3-12 could stay there for ever. Aquadome: Free alternative to the playground. Very safe, very clean, perfectly organised and fun. Not feeling crowded and even when full, everything feels civilised (i.e. everyone respecting rules, no shouting, no pushing and shoving, queuing is short and uneventful). External hot tub a must (walking the 10 metres from the aquadome to the tub in -5C is also "cool"... literally!) Very Germanic overall, which is what you would expect from a place run by Danes and visited by mostly Danes, Swedes, Norwegians and Germans. Entertainment: There is a show daily but it should be more appealing to younger audiences (i.e. up to 6-7 years old). Also very Germanic (see comment above), which however is not such a big plus when we're talking "fun". Our favourite: May seem strange but there is a goat farm outside the main area. Everyone can visit and feed the goats. Shows the good and sensitive side of (most) children. This direct contact with animals is a must and perhaps more animals in the farm would make it even better. We’ve spent more than an hour there on a daily basis. Check-out literally takes a few seconds. Simply return the keys to the service centre. Seems they’ve changed the procedure with the electricity tax, they simply charge your card and notify you by email. Overall, safe and well organised park with nice, smiling staff (mostly young people). Good alternative if you are looking for something smaller and friendlier than huge theme parks. Better to arrive in the morning and drive there (if possible). Families with kids from 3-12 will have good fun. If you don’t have kids, don’t bother. In our view, 3-5 days is the ideal staying. More than that and adults will start feeling awkward.