I went to the Pzazz with my mother, grandmother, aunt and my aunt's children. The outdoor waterpark was closed due to the snow and cold weather but I was kinda glad that it was because the inside one looked horrible. Upon entry you walk into a large arcade with many games and simulation rides. However one game got pretty annoying as the purpose of the game was to pop a large balloon which caused the loudest noise in the arcade.
I had the worst time there as it started off with Go Karts. In the Go-Kart raceway, you are not allowed to bump into other players, however there was one kid on the raceway that always did the opposite. He not only wrecked 3 times trying to put others into the wall, but when was next to the kid who was probably 14, cut me off at the hair pin turn and caused a 4 car pileup. The wreck gave me whiplash as I was hit from behind by my mother going full speed and was unable to stop due to the brakes not working on her kart.
Bowling was over priced and I managed to slip many times trying to bowl as were a lot of other people were slipping where there was no wax to slip on. The first night was also league night which last 4 hours and by that time everything else was already done.
Their laser tag arena looked really cheap and lame, it honestly looked like a failed Hollywood set with a ton of UV reactant paint making weird designs.
The indoor waterpark was by far the worst indoor waterpark i have ever seen. Upon first entry it's humid and hot and sticky in there, as there is zero air circulation through the entire area. There are three different pool areas; the kiddie play park, the water slide pool and the hot tub. There were only two lame slides one being body and the other being a tube slide, which getting up to the slides is the hard part, since the steps hurt your feet with every step you take. Also the hot tub was filled with chlorine which hurt your eyes and mold was in every part of that faux rock wall.
The hotel at the Pzazz was the worst from the whole event. FIrst off the rooms are small for the price that you pay. Each room comes with a mini fridge and if your lucky either a electronic microwave or one of those manual microwaves. The entry cards they gave us didn't work so we had to constantly ask for more, maintenance had to come to fix our a/c unit since it didn't make any hot air, and when it did the heater made the heat unbearable to stand.
I think with all the money that the place makes, they should really start to instead of getting new arcade games, make the bedrooms that people stay in for $122 per night need major upgrades for both the A/C unit as well as other amenities.
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