Spectrum Rise is a cheap but cheerful hotel for visitors to Micropolis who can’t afford to stay in some of the more upmarket holiday flats or hotel rooms.
This is the Grand Imperial Hotel, a much-loved landmark in Micropolis. The ground floor houses a gourmet restaurant and brasserie as well as the hotel reception and a stylish bar. The rooms are modest in size but luxurious in appointment, and there is always a long waiting list for bookings.
This is the Ambassador Hotel, a five star establishment which is situated close to the coast and other leisure facilities. The gardens underneath are landscaped with neat grass and flowers, whch surround the inner courtyard, home to a statue of the Ambassador himself. The Penthouse suite has magnificent views across the city, which can be admired while you are taking a relaxing dip in the rooftop infinity pool which surrounds the suite. It’s not a destination if you are on a tight budget, but if you can affort to splash out, it is definitely the place to stay.
We have yet another Hotel for the latest Micropolis module. But unlike the last one which was quite literally rather square, The Spire pays homage to the rocketry of space flight and exploration. It is located close to the Air & Space Museum and so is a popular place for visitors to the attraction to stay overnight to extend their trip.
Sometimes I can’t think of a better name than what’s in front of me, and that’s the case with this 1/4 Block Micropolis module – which I have dubbed The Crimson Cube.
When my local Toys R Us was closing I went to look at their sale. There wasn’t much LEGO of interest, but I did buy 6 of these Marvel Guardians of the Galazy Milano Polybags for a couple of pounds each. They sat unopened for several months, and then I decided I was going to use the parts for a Micropolis build. So here is the Milano Hotel, made with the wedge plates from the wings, with the addition of lots of 1×2 trans clear bricks I had in my parts collection.