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Put-in-Bay Resort promises a taste of the island life in the Buckeye State

KEITH ARNOLD
Special to the Legal News

Published: July 11, 2019

A little more than a three-hour car (and ferry) ride from central Ohio is a summer island destination rivaling more far flung ports of call.

The Put-in-Bay Resort Hotel & Conference Center merges the island's ambiance with contemporary hotel luxury - all just a block from the harbor-front downtown.

The Caribbean-themed resort is wrapped around a pool, the world's largest Jacuzzi and splash pad for the kids.

"Your escape to Put-in-Bay can be as exciting or relaxing as you choose," the resort's website boasted. "Our wide array of activities and resort amenities provide an ideal destination for business and leisure traveler alike."

Amenities such as a heated pool with swim-up bar, poolside deck for outdoor functions and events, lushly landscaped courtyard, on-site catering services and experienced meeting planners.

The resort's luxury suites feature sumptuously appointed sleeping area and living areas with custom baths and fully tiled showers, granite countertops and an Italian-marbled wall treatment.

Jacuzzi rooms, villas and grand suites complete the resorts accommodation offerings.

Put-in-Bay Resort also serves as the point of departure for other island and Lake Erie activities.

There are golf cart & bicycle rentals on site, while opportunities for fishing, Jet Ski-riding, kayaking and parasailing are within walking distance.

A nine-hole executive golf course and miniature golf course is quick five-minute trip from the resort.

The resort's on-premise restaurant and bar means guests don't have to stray far for good food.

Resort operators encourage guests to swim right over to the Blue Marlin Bar & Grill and peruse the large menu offerings.

"Dine in the pool or around the pool with seating for over 200 people," the website noted. "Yes, you read that right. There are seats literally in the pool!"

No matter the craving, Put-in-Bay restaurants offer a wide variety of steaks, locally caught Lake Erie perch and walleye and plenty of casual and fast food options.

The resort has hosted more than 700 corporate groups during the last five years, making it a much sought-after destination for business and vacations.

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