A GIANT cake was unveiled at Legoland Windsor as the hotel celebrates its ten-year birthday and officially opened its doors for 2022. 

Standing at four-foot-tall, the cake was built using 18,272 Lego bricks and was revealed to the public on March 18.

Model makers were seen applying the final touches, placing the final bricks and completing the build with the number ten placed on top of the model.

With ten Lego candles included, the supersize cake is now on display outside the 148 room Legoland Hotel.

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Helen Bull, divisional director at the Legoland Windsor Resort, said: We’re well and truly in party mode this year, as we open the resort for our 2022 season.

“We have so much for families to enjoy, from our new brick building experience - The Brick - opening in April, to the first anniversary of the UK’s first flying theatre ride Flight of the Sky Lion in LEGO MYTHICA."

Royal Borough Observer: Legoland Windsor Resort hotel unveiled the giant cake to mark it's 10th birthday. Picture: LegolandLegoland Windsor Resort hotel unveiled the giant cake to mark it's 10th birthday. Picture: Legoland

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Ms Bull added: “The Legoland Resort Hotel is celebrating ten years since it first opened its doors in March 2012 and we’re marking this milestone with a host of celebrations including the unveiling of our giant Lego birthday cake.

“We can’t wait to welcome families back into the resort this year and hope that guests will join us at the hotel for a slice of real cake very soon.”