The Inn at Six Flags (SFWoA)

Friday, May 30, 2003 6:29 PM
I was checking out the lodging for SFWoA here

Has anyone stayed at the hotel and if so, is it worth a stay when visiting the park? Also, how is the camping that they provide?

The packages for the hotel seem to be pretty good and the prices for the camping are right around normal.

Back before SF owned Geauga Lake, who owned the hotel and the campground?

Thanks in advance for your answers.

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Friday, May 30, 2003 6:36 PM
I stayed at that hotel when I visited SFWoA in 2002. The best part of staying at the hotel was the free shuttle that drops you off right outside the main entrance and picks you up there to. I don`t know about the camping or who owned the hotel before Sicx Flags purchased it. Sorry I couldn`t be of more help.

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Friday, May 30, 2003 6:43 PM
Best Western owned it before Six Flags (I only know that because our phone said Best Western on it). I stayed there when I was on a band trip. It was great. Two arcades, a cool atruim (sp?) type thing with a pool, a mini golf course, a jungle gym, and Little Tykes things for the kiddies. The rooms were very clean. Where our room was located, there were vending machines right around the corner, with nothing else but Dippin' Dots. They cost $3, which is a little pricy, but where cool nonetheless. Hope this was helpful.

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Friday, May 30, 2003 6:49 PM
Thanks for the info.

Dippin' Dots out of a vending machine? Good lord!! Those things are nasty enough being sold at parks. I can just imagine what prepackaged "rabbit pellets" taste like. YUCK!!!

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Friday, May 30, 2003 7:35 PM
The campground was alright, not spectacular in any right, but hey, if Six Flags wants to put it's name on the campground property...

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Friday, May 30, 2003 8:23 PM
Yes, the hotel is VERY nice. It doesn't look like anything fancy at all in any way, from the outside. But the rooms are very clean, nice restaurant inside, and other things.

If you want a REALLY REALLY fancy hotel I recommend staying at the Berreringstone (sorry, I forgot the exact spelling of it off the top of my head), but it's a REALLY BIG FANCY hotel for those with BIG$$$ just 2 min south on rt43 from the Inn at Six Flags.

Anyone else found it strange that it's now called the INN at Six Flags for 2003...I wondering what's going on over in the parking lot next to the road with all that land cleared out since the road is done ;)

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Saturday, May 31, 2003 9:09 AM
I think RollerCoasterGod meant the Bertram Inn and Conference Center which is located just down Route 43 from the Inn at Six Flags.

I do remember the hotel being called the Aurora Woodlands Inn prior to Six Flags taking over the property.

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Saturday, May 31, 2003 1:54 PM
lol chitown i like that icecream. but i have a ? im going to cp and sixflags woa. in august can anyone help me find a hotel by sigflags that wont coast much and has a little kitchen or a fridge and microwave. ty
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Saturday, May 31, 2003 2:26 PM
X Factor - he probably did. You're right.

I stayed at the Bertram for one night about a year back. The place is pretty classy looking, and I think they have shuttle service as well, but don't quote me on that. I never actually went to the park during the night's stay.

That said, if you're going to Six Flags, you're not going to the hotel for a long period of time anyway. The closer, and less expensive would more than likely suffice.

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Saturday, May 31, 2003 3:09 PM

RollerCoasterGod said:

I wondering what's going on over in the parking lot next to the road with all that land cleared out since the road is done

Not sure if there was news I missed, but I was wondering the exact same thing.

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*** This post was edited by bigkirby 5/31/2003 7:11:24 PM ***

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Saturday, May 31, 2003 3:32 PM
I foudn the hotel to be very nice. It wasn't anything spectacular,a nd the suite was basically two rooms wiht the wall knocked down between them, two of the beds removed, and some furniture with another tv added. It served it's purpose in a way that was clean and enjoyable. most of the time I was in the park anyways so I didn't care much about what the rooms were like as long as they had a bed.
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Saturday, May 31, 2003 6:25 PM

Predator said:
I foudn the hotel to be very nice. It wasn't anything spectacular,a nd the suite was basically two rooms wiht the wall knocked down between them, two of the beds removed, and some furniture with another tv added. It served it's purpose in a way that was clean and enjoyable. most of the time I was in the park anyways so I didn't care much about what the rooms were like as long as they had a bed.

new rollercoaster? maybe....or new flat ride..ne ways i was at the park last weekend and saw it from the lift hill on villain...its alot of land..and the road is long..i dunno but when i asked the ride op...he's said.."i wish i knew, the top dawgs keep it classified"..what ever that means.....also to help with the hotels..when i was little we used the inn at six flags pool for summer camp...before it was SF..its probually changed by then..but it was nice.

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