There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy swimming, a gorgeous beachfront, indoor pool and outdoor pool deck that includes a water play area with zero-depth entry, a hot tub plus new deck chairs and umbrellas (outdoor pool areas open Memorial Day Weekend).
The indoor lobby and public areas are gorgeous. Plenty of comfortable seating makes this a great place to wait and meet up with friends before a meal or just relaxing after a great day at the park.
The gift shop saved the day for us twice, providing some essential items we had forgotten at home, saving us a trip in the car.
The outdoor public areas were beautiful as well.
A Cedar Point entrance is just a few minutes walk from the hotel. Convenient when you want to take a break (especially handy when you have little ones who nap) or at the end of the night when you just want to crash after a day full of walking.
Here is the view of the Power Tower from our room.
Overall the hotel stay was fantastic. We enjoyed dinner our first night at TGI Fridays, breakfast at Perkins. We were planning a visit to TOMO Hibachi Grill, but it was closed. All three restaurants are in the hotel along with a full-service Starbucks and the Surf Lounge bar.
I highly recommend staying at Hotel Breakers if you are visiting Cedar Point. The hotel stay made our visit exceptional and much more enjoyable.
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Amber is the proud Homeschooling mother to four beautiful children, Damian (24), Rosaleigh (10), Carlyn (7), Naomi (4), and a wife to her loving husband, Chancellor. Her family also includes three cats.
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