We stayed here for Valentines' Day weekend and found it disappointing and not what we were expecting for the money we were spending.
First off, we ordered the package that came with wine, chocolates, and two glasses. I thought these would be in our room when we checked in but instead had to go request it from the desk. All of this stuff came in a black plastic top hat complete with green and gold frilly decorations, clearly left over from New Years'.
Also, they have a problem with the orange invasive ladybugs. They were everywhere in our room. We also saw them everywhere in the hallways. They were crawling on our walls, all over the bathroom, and it was gross.
The room itself is lacking as well. It just doesn't have a nice hotel feel with power strips laying on the ground for plugs, wallpaper peeling, and the shower curtain rod was loose and falling off. Also, the hidden $2 technology fee which is supposed to cover the "600 channels of Satellite TV," which didn't even work properly and kept cutting out on our giant 19" television. The place itself was built in 1974 and I don't think they've changed much since then. The walls are paper thin too so we could hear everything in the halls and adjacent rooms and had to whisper so we could at least talk privately. This place could really use a renovation. There were also mattresses just laying in the hallways. Also, no elevator either so if you have more bags than you can carry in one trip, you will have to go up and down the stairs several times.
The pool was filled with kids of course and you couldn't really get in without being splashed or kicked by someones unsupervised child. Likewise, there were kids running in the halls stomping that we could hear from out room.
The restaurant was ok but nothing special either. For some reason they had the same 3 people working breakfast, lunch, and dinner the entire weekend we were there so it was a little embarrassing having the same person seat you and serve you a few hours later after you had breakfast or lunch. Service was sort of slow too for dinner because I think they only had 2 servers for a full house.
Also for some strange reason you can't bring your own alcohol in. I guess this is a state park policy but makes no sense for a hotel lodge. So the champagne we brought had to stay in the car because it was forbidden.
So the place wasn't absolutely horrible but they really don't pay attention to the little things that would make you want to return. Overall, I wouldn't spend more than $60 for a room of that quality, certainly not the ~$200 we paid per night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Overlooking picturesque Pleasant Hill Lake and surrounded by forests and gently rolling hills, Mohican Lodge and Conference Center is a 90-minute drive from Columbus or Cleveland. We offer 96 guestrooms, all with private balconies. Bromfields Dining Room is open year-round offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. The lodge also offers a full-service cocktail lounge and gift shop. Enjoy swimming, boating, hiking and horseback riding, as well as golf at nearby courses or a zipline tour through the tree tops. For group gatherings, we feature fully equipped meeting rooms, professional on-site meeting planners and a variety of planned or customized packages. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mohican Hotel Perrysville
- Mohican Resort Perrysville