Aqua Marine Hotel & Resort, Avon Lake. 216 Miller Rd, Avon Lake, OH 44012

 

216 Miller Rd. 63 Acres of Fun. "Home of Instant Florida"

Luxurious Accommodations - king Neptune lounge - Fabulous Dining Facilities -

Olympic Size In-door and Out-door Swimming Pools.

18 Hole Golf Course - Bowling - shuffle board - Tennis -

Gift Shop - Beauty Shop - Therapy Room - Whirlpool, high diving board

 

 

This hotel & resort has been torn down and turned into Condos

 

Ramada Aqua Marine Resort

 

THIS WAS THE PLACE TO BE IN THE 70'S AND 80'S

 

I AM A BUILDER IN MICHIGAN AND WOULD

LIKE TO REBUILD THIS GREAT HOTEL AND RESORT LOOKING FOR INVESTORS!

 

I had so many great memories at this place!

 

Please if any one has pictures of aqua marine lodge

please e mail them to bnowicki@selectrestoration.com

 

 

Aqua Marine Lodge, 216 Miller Road Avon Lake Ohio

 

During Aqua Marine's heyday under Roberts, it had 250 employees,

a $600,000 payroll, attracted visitors from all over the United States and

Canada and was touted as the ''most glamorous thing to ever hit Avon Lake.''

Roberts sold Aqua Marine to Arizona-based Ramada Inn in December 1968 for $6 million.

The sale was approved by more than 96 percent of Aqua Marine's shareholders,

according to a shareholder who attended the meeting.

During this time, it became known as Aqua Marine-Ramada Inn.

 

 

 

 

Aqua Marine also saw new owners in August 1985, when partners

Rex Davis of Dayton and Jackson Tsang of Los Angeles bought it for

about $6 million, according to a story in The Morning Journal.

In October 1986, partners William Duffy and Arthur Ziegler Jr. of Pittsburgh

 purchased Aqua Marine for $7 million and expanded the resort to include

more rooms to cater to people seeking getaway weekends.

 

In 1990, William Ellis, an Atlanta-based entrepreneur, purchased Aqua Marine

for an undisclosed sum and restored the resort's original sea horse emblem

to its marquee and installed a fountain in one lake.

Maharishi bought Aqua Marine in 1993.

 

However, Aqua Marine never fully returned to the splendor it

was remembered for, Councilman Stanek said.

''That place was a real jewel at one time,'' Stanek said.