Posted Tuesday, March 4, 2014 2:04 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Coming in late-May 2014, 52 new deluxe cabins make their debut at Cedar Point's Lighthouse Point. Each cabin can accommodate up to 10 guests and feature two full bathrooms, four flat screen TV's, a dorm-sized refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, outdoor charcoal grill and picnic table. Guests of Lighthouse Point will also enjoy FREE Wi-Fi throughout, including the cabins, cottages and RV campsites. A new registration building and store will make the check-in process even more speedy.
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A larger registration building is long overdue. Hopefully this means they're also refreshing the bedding in all of the existing units. I know it was on their agenda, just not sure if it happened yet.
Registration on a Halloweekends Friday evening was always rough. Hopefully the rest of the cabins go through an upgrade soon as well.
Primer really knows what he's doing. Even though I think he got a raw deal, I'm glad Falfas isn't running things at this point. Maybe he'd have been as good, but I worry he'd have been to Kinzelesq.
Primer? Is that autocorrect for "Ouimet?"
I wonder why they feel the need to have 4 flat screen TV's in a cabin? How big are these cabins that they can have 10 guests? I guess if you have a large number of people, having 2 bathrooms would be a nice bonus. Though I can't imagine how much it would cost to stay in one.
I would be interested to learn more about it. Though I think 4 TVs is a bit of overkill, the use of each one figured in to the coast of your stay, if you use them or not.
More catering to the guests with huge amounts of money to burn.
How big are these cabins that they can have 10 guests?
Big enough to sleep ten people I suppose. They are two stories.
They have similar cabins at one of the resorts I visit. Which also have a living room in them, and two bedrooms. But, they are called cottages, and are $125.00 on week days to $225.00 a night on weekends. Though they are very nice. The living room sofa folds out into a bed, and there is also plenty of room to bring in a roll away bed. I think they charge a flat rate for the cottage up to a certain amount of people, and then so much additional for each person over that amount. I think $50.00 each. They have no problem renting them out, with an additional 80 hotel rooms on site.
I would think that a large group of people would find a good deal in a cabin like that. But, it's how they rate the fees, that I'm curious about. If they charge per person, I would imagine it would cost a small fortune to stay there. Though, most hotels in the Sandusky area charge a lot more for less. I would pay for a nice cottage over the same price for a crappy hotel room any day.
I'm sure everything by design is intended to annoy you, exclude you and make you feel that something is unfair.
There are too many TVs and too many bathrooms!!! Where is the justice in this world!?!?
Ye gods, T-R!
Catering to guests with money to burn is what a sensible business catering to vacationers does.
No, catering to T-R is.
Always something to complain about. Four TVs to split up between ten different people sounds reasonable to me. I bet many large households with ten people have at least four TVs.
Is it weird to own 4 (or more) TV's?
Because if it is, I'm WAY out of touch.
4 people, 4 tvs, and 2 whole bathrooms in my house. What the hell is wrong with us?
Lol at Primer.
Yes, that was supposed to be Ouimet.
Or perhaps I'm just John Travolta.Last edited by Tekwardo, Tuesday, March 4, 2014 11:11 PM
For the record, I've stayed with 10 plus people in cabins that were huge with a tv in each bedroom, barroom in each bedroom. Huge living room, kitchen, game room. Multilevel wrap around porches with two or more hot tubs. Plus a wet and dry sauna. It was about 100 bucks a person for the weekend.
This is awesome news. We've been staying in Lighthouse Point cabins every time we visit for Halloweekends for the last several years. I've always wanted to take a bigger group, but the upstairs lofts, while great for children, ain't so hot for adults. Having real upstairs rooms, plus the extra bathroom is a total win in my book. I'd gladly shell out the extra $$ for one of these.
Are they really upstairs rooms? The renderings don't look like that from the outside, but the floor plans do.
I'm no architect... You might call it 1 1/2 story or a dormer roof.
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