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CoCo Key Water Resort Sharonville, chlorine levels back to normal
All chlorine and water chemical levels continue to test normal today after CoCo Key Water Resort Maintenance staff successfully corrected an equipment malfunction in one of their pool areas on Saturday, December 17th.
“We regret any inconvenience that our guests may have encountered because of the malfunction”
One guest, who was treated at Bethesda North Hospital, has been released.
The Hamilton County Department of Health cleared the park to re-open two hours after it was closed for testing but all guests were issued passes to return to CoCo Key another day. Water Resort Director Lisa Graham says (that) “With the Christmas Holiday approaching, we will be open more days & hours. We hope that our guests will be able to return to utilize all attractions in the park.”
The 55,000 square foot Indoor Water Resort has been open for four years in Sharonville.
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The Crowne Plaza Cincinnati North is a 257 room full service hotel, attached to CoCo Key Indoor Water Resort. CoCo Key boasts 50,000 square feet of splashy water fun and exciting body or tube slides.