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Hotel Breakers

This article is about hotel in Sandusky, Ohio. For the hotel in Palm Beach, Florida, see Breakers Hotel. For the hotel in Long Beach, California, see Breakers Hotel (Long Beach, California).
Hotel Breakers
Aerial view of Hotel Breakers with the rotunda at the center, 1985
Location Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio, United States
Built 1905
Architect Knox & Elliott
Architectural style Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals, French Chateau
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 82003565
Significant dates
Added to NRHP 1982[1]
Designated NHL March 9, 1987[2]
Removed from NRHP August 7, 2001
Delisted NHL August 7, 2001[2]

The Hotel Breakers, built in 1905, is a large historic Lake Erie resort hotel located at 1 Cedar Point Drive in the Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio.

It was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1987 but was altered significantly in 1999 with the demolition of several historic wings.[3] After the demolition the hotel was de-designated, having been delisted on August 7, 2001.[2]

The hotel sits on the one mile beach mentioned on Cedar Point's web page.[4] There are roughly 650 rooms or suites with a small portion with a Peanuts comic theme.[4] The hotel has two outdoor pools and one indoor pool, each with a hot tub nearby. The hotel contains gift shops and several restaurants including T.G.I. Friday's and Perkins Restaurant.

Over the years notable guests have included:



External links

  • Hotel Breakers page
  • Hotel Breakers Photo Gallery at The Point Online

Coordinates: 41°29′29″N 82°41′16″W / 41.49127°N 82.68791°W / 41.49127; -82.68791

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