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Check into Cartoon Network's New Hotel

Check into Cartoon Network's New Hotel

Turner’s Cartoon Network has paired with Palace Entertainment to launch The Cartoon Network Hotel, a family lodging destination in central Pennsylvania.

The Cartoon Network Hotel will be the network’s first hotel and will offer 165 rooms that envelop guests in the animation and adventures of the network’s iconic shows, including “Adventure Time,” “We Bare Bears” and “The Powerpuff Girls.” 

“With just the right mix of technology, design and animation, we’re aiming to bring our characters to life in a way that we haven’t seen done before,” says Christina Miller, president, Cartoon Network-Adult Swim-Boomerang. “We can’t wait to be part of many family vacations with the ultimate Cartoon Network experience.”

The nine-acre locale will boast an interactive lobby, resort-style pool and water play zone, an outdoor amphitheater with movie screen, fire pits, lawn games and more. Inside, guests will find customizable room theming, indoor pool, game room, kids’ play area and a Cartoon Network store.

“This is going to be a game changer,” says Rolf Paegert, chief operating officer, Palace Entertainment. “With sleek contemporary designs that parents will appreciate and Easter-egg-type surprises for kids throughout the resort, the entire family will love this place. Cartoon Network’s stories and themes appeal to everyone in a fun whimsical way.”

The Cartoon Network Hotel will be located on Route 30 in Lancaster County in Penn.

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