Radisson Cincinnati North CoCo Key Water Resort Opens
Tuesday November 26th, 2013 - 9:54AM BPG
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CINCINNATI, OH—- The Radisson Cincinnati North CoCo Key Water Resort opened here with 257 rooms and a 50,000-sq.-ft. indoor water park.
The hotel is scheduled to begin a comprehensive renovation in 2014 and will remain open.
Albert Bashir is serving as general manager.
Hotel features include complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access throughout the hotel, an indoor and outdoor seasonal pool, 24-hour fitness and business centers, a variety of room types – from family-friendly suites to business class rooms. The hotel’s 15,000-sq.-ft. event and meeting space includes two ballrooms complete with audiovisual equipment and complimentary high-speed Internet access. Tradewinds Restaurant and Lounge offers American favorites and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The CoCo Key Water Resort is Cincinnati’s only indoor water park and is connected to the hotel. The water park features 40-foot body and raft waterslides, an interactive play island and zero-entry area with slides for younger children, an adventure river tube ride, giant whirlpools and an activity pool. Private party rooms are available, along with restaurants and a video arcade.
Located near downtown Cincinnati and across from the Sharonville Convention Center, the hotel is near Proctor & Gamble, Ford , GE Aviation, EnterTRAINment Junction, Cincinnati Museum Center, Kings Island, Cincinnati Zoo, Paul Brown Stadium and the Great American Ball Park.
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