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Cedar Point to 'safely welcome guests back' to Hotel Breakers for overnight stays starting June 12

The hotel will feature increased cleaning to keep guests and staff safe amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

SANDUSKY, Ohio — Cedar Point may still be closed until further notice, but there will soon be a way for you to experience some of the amusement park’s lakefront property.

Park officials announced Thursday that Hotel Breakers will reopen and welcome guests back for overnight stays beginning June 12.

“The safety of all guests and associates is Hotel Breakers’ number one priority,” Cedar Point officials said in a press release. “The hotel is committed to providing families with a safe environment, implementing new health, safety and hygiene protocols that have been informed by company and industry health experts and align with CDC guidelines.”

Highlights of these protocols include:

  • Frequent cleaning and sanitization of high-touch surfaces.
  • Extensive room cleaning procedures.
  • Reduced capacity at food and beverage locations.

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Hotel Breakers is offering a “Sun and Fun” package through June 28, which includes a variety of activities for families staying on the property like beach yoga, water aerobics, games, live music and more. Themed dining experiences will also be available – including the opportunity to taste some of Cedar Point’s new food options.

“Access to the Cedar Point Beach, Hotel Breakers, Lighthouse Point and all activities is limited to guests who have purchased the Sun & Fun package,” park officials said. “Cedar Point and Cedar Point Shores Waterpark may not be open, as opening dates have not been determined.”

Cedar Point, which was supposed to open for its 2020 season on May 9, remains closed amid coronavirus concerns. We're expecting an announcement from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine soon on when attractions like zoos, museums and amusement parks will be given the green light to reopen.

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