For the 2007 season, Six Flags Great Adventure is planning to open a 500 to 700-room full-service hotel within the Park boundaries that will be located adjacent to its new Kingda Ka roller coaster. It is anticipated to be a full-service, three to four-star resort hotel featuring an outdoor swimming pool, restaurants, and an arcade/game room, among other amenities.
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-- alan jacyszyn *** Edited 5/25/2005 6:06:25 AM UTC by SFDL_Dude***
Ernst & Young LLP is currently conducting a market research study for Six Flags on the demand for a proposed new three-star, full-service hotel located within Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey. As part of this research, we would like to understand the market from a user's perspective and believe that you can share important insights on how your customers could be better serviced.
Therefore, Ernst & Young LLP has created an online survey to assess:
- Your potential demand for a hotel located at Great Adventure; and
- Your needs and preferences in different service features and amenities that can be offered in this facility.
We hope that with your assistance, Six Flags will be able to develop a hotel that would better cater to you. Your shared comments are valuable to us and we appreciate the time you take to give us your feedback.
Please click on the following link to access our web-based survey. It will only take 3 minutes of your time. Thank you in advance for your contribution.
Elaine Y. Tseng
Ernst & Young LLP
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If a family or someone wants to take advantage of the Two day Two park (umm...Three if you count the safari) tickets, you have to find a hotel nearby to stay overnight. I have looked, and there are not a lot of options near the parks.
Years ago, my family stayed at a REALLY bad Econo Lodge in Trenton, some 20 minuts from the park.
They are sitting on a cash cow. If they'd have realized that a long time ago they'd probably have several hotels by now.
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