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A New Memory Spot

Tony Clark

Director of Communications

In a recent blog entry, I gave you a look inside the new Cedar Point's Express Hotel.

Lots of great room upgrades to enjoy this season. It will be a brand-new stay for all of our guests and we can't wait to show it off.

I mentioned that we were adding a surprise outside. 

And we're building it right now:

So what is it?

It's a wall of cinder blocks. Isn't that fun??

It's fun when it's the foundation for a new photo spot!

Because we know you make many memories while you're here, we wanted to add something unique to Express Hotel so those unique photos and selfies could start right outside your room.

Now you can join Snoopy and his little friends for a fantastic photo to get your trip to Cedar Point started with just the right shot!

 

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