The rates are a little high, but it's not too crazy.
what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard.
Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it.
I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
Have a good trip!
They have this cool old house (I think the original portion was built in around 1850) that they host breakfast in.
And the price was reasonable! Highly recomended.
Also alot of restaurants within walking distance. Perkins, Big Boy, Waffle House...Hmmmm, Waffle House...
It think I paid about $80 a night. I'd have to look at my invoces.
Food wise in the park? There is a Subway, a couple of Skyline Chilii places. First time for me with Skyline. Cincy is known for chilli. Had a pretty good burger at a place over by Face off. Expect to pay CF prices. *** Edited 7/8/2007 7:19:06 PM UTC by WildThingNative***
Thanks for another great season, VF!
Last year, we stayed there out of desparation after not being able to find one decently-priced hotel room for BeastBuzz at 2:30 a.m. in the morning and we really liked it. They got our repeat business this year. The rooms are very spacious and they don't feel like typical motel/hotel rooms.
There's also a Knight's Inn also in Lebanon (they referred us to The Budget Inn after they were booked solid) a little bit closer to the park that should also be affordable.
Shell out the money, you won't be disappointed!
There was a Mexican restaurant next to a Shell near the entrance to the park. Very good, authentic, non-chain food. Try the rellenos. Yum :)
Also, there's a Popeye's chicken that is connected to the Shell station, and a Ruby Tuesday's next to the Harley store.
By the way, if you want to try a non-chain pizza, there's a great little place next to Sunoco called MVPizza.
I can't help it. I live so darn close to Kings Island! :)
Edit: They have a pretty good variety in the park. Chik-fil-A, Bubba Gump, LaRosa's, Skyline Chili, Graeter's ice cream, Subway, Panda Express, plus some things that aren't chains. *** Edited 7/9/2007 12:23:54 AM UTC by TayTay***
Someone mentioned the Kings Island Resort. I've found the rates to be very reasonable there, especially mid-week.
Not only is it right across the street from the park (but wait for the shuttle that leaves every half-hour), but it's also the hotel where the Brady Bunch stayed and filmed the Kings Island episode back in the 1970s. The lobby has copies of the episode that you can watch while you're there. Check the hotel's website for Web specials (including tickets if you need 'em).
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