This hotel is nice but the rooms need updated. You get what you pay for. Check in is always a bit delayed. The staff will usually offer you late check out if you have to wait. We stayed in the tarpon suite with the bunk room. The bunks were ok. There was a blind between the kids and adult room. Nothing ...
I only stayed one night and did not utilize the pool or exercise room but, I'm still giving it a 5. My room was spacious, clean, and tastefully decorated. The staff was friendly, polite, accommodating, and check-in was fast. The room seemed almost soundproof, very quiet. Plenty of room for parking, ...
We really enjoyed our stay. The location is great. Bars, restaurants, and shopping all within walking distance. The cocktails in the hotel bar were delicious, the food in the restaurant was excellent, and the overall ambiance was chic. The Nespresso machines in the rooms were a welcome amenity. My ...
The bathroom had some "items" not really completed; gaps in tile between the sink and backsplash. Bed spreads were a bit "tired" looking. TV was analog, so all shows were not the best quality. Mattress was a big flat also. Wasn't impressed with the clerk at check in. Took him a while to even appear. ...
Hotel staff was very polite, room was nice and the bed comfortable. The free breakfast was good. The only negative was the parking. Our room was in section D of the hotel and there was no spots close to it because many guest double parked due to the parking lot not having lines to designate ...
We were traveling and just needed a place to stop & sleep, so we weren't looking for fancy - just a bed. I haven't stayed in a Motel 6 in a long time. The room didn't have carpet, but was a vinyl floor (which I liked - made it feel cleaner). The room was small & simple, but clean. The only down-side ...
Tucked between Cleveland and Toledo, the city of Sandusky takes care of all ages with a handy beachside location on the southern shores of Lake Erie, and great historical significance as a key part of the Underground Railroad. More energetic visitors can boat and parasail on the lake or enjoy the water indoors at Soak City, and round it all off with a ride on some of the largest roller coasters in the world at Cedar Point.
Thanks to its Lake Erie location, Sandusky has plenty of sandy shores to go around, and the sunsets across the vast water are worth staying up late for. One of the best family beaches sits right outside Cedar Point amusement park, and there are numerous scenic parks along the waterfront offering guests the opportunity to boat, kayak on the lake or enjoy a picnic. Cold Creek Trout Camp is a favorite for fishing enthusiasts at the west end of Sandusky, with the water remaining at a constant 48 degrees all year long.
The biggest asset of Sandusky is Cedar Point, the "roller coaster capital of the world.” With waterslides, thrill rides and family entertainment, it's a fantastic all-around venue for families.
In need of some quiet time in the evening? The Sandusky State Theatre has been going since 1928 and has a reliable line-up of blockbusters and old movies, concerts and performing arts events.
One of the most famous landmarks here is the "Path to Freedom" in Facer Park. A life-sized sculpture of an African American man, woman and child, it marks the town's proud role as a stopping point for slaves escaping to freedom on the Underground Railroad.
Numerous museums are also worth your time. Have a go on the vintage carousel at The Merry-Go-Round Museum Downtown or practice your best pirate accent at The Maritime Museum, with its tales of shipwrecks and high sea adventures.
During the summer, Sandusky hotels can book up fast, but there is a wide range of accommodations to fit any budget. Noted chains like Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn offer basic lodging from around $60 a night or, for more luxury features, try the Hotel Breakers, a historic hotel near Cedar Point. Some local hotels offer packages including park tickets for between $200 and $500 a night. Various indoor waterpark resort hotels hold the family appeal, with Maui Sands and Great Wolf Lodge among the popular options.
Sandusky plans many events throughout the year and one of the most popular is the city's annual Ohio Bike Week. This 10-day celebration is a blend of motorcycle displays, swap meets and destination rides. Families also enjoy the annual Thumb Festival: a carnival weekend in June with all kinds of craft stalls, kids competitions, and oddball events like the Bed Races, where participants compete in pajamas!
Meanwhile, come at the beginning of December, and the County Christmas Celebration will provide caroling, craft shows and live entertainment. But don’t miss one of the more unusual seasonal parades, where traditional farm tools are lit up like festive decorations and floats come in the shape of tractors.
Winter is quite cold, with temperatures in the low 20s, so outdoor activities are limited. However, the indoor waterparks are open all year and tend to be less busy during this season. July and August are the busiest months to visit, and amusement park attendance is high, as are the hotel rates. Fall is a good choice, as temperatures are cooler (in the 60s), and crowds are more sparse.
Pool water freezing. Not enough breakfast selection.
Upon checking into room we noticed a crusty spot/ stain on bed skirt, left a note with a tip asking if they could please change skirt and fresh sheets, arriving back to hotel neither was complete but took the tip, not a good rating for house keeping, but room was spacious, counter staff was nice at check in, breakfast was ok.
This hotel is newly renovated and is no more than 5 minutes from Cedar Point. The price is great, the staff is great, and the rooms are comfy and very clean. Overall, I'm incredibly pleased with our short stay!
My grandkids had lots of fun. They were excited having their own sleep in area.