I just don't know where to begin.....too big, dirty, expensive, not worth the price! We stayed in Building 7, one of the buildings that make up Mt Olympus Village(there are like 30 buildings that can be up to 2 miles away), the room was in an old run down motel that Mt Olympus bought and fixed up (yea right), it was small (we had seven people in a room with 2 double beds and a bunk bed), the floors were filthy, if you didn't wear your shoes your feet were black. The windows were dirty, you couldn't see out very well. Our building was probably half a mile from the actual park and if you walked you had to walk on the road between our building and the park, there were no sidewalks so if it was dark, cars coming around the curves couldn't see you. The parking lots for the actual park were not close either, either way you had to walk a ways. The park closed at 7pm except for people staying at Mt Olympus, that was a joke too. Most attractions did close, like the waterslides, wave pools, lazy rivers, most of the roller coasters, the food places and some of the kiddie rides. We were able to go to the indoor waterpark and ride a few rides, mostly go carts till 9pm. We thought the indoor amusement park was open till 9pm, but when we finally got there, it was closed too. We were there before 9pm. I definately would not recommend this park and its rooms in Mt Olympus Village to anyone. Maybe if we stayed at Hotel Rome, right at the park, it would have been better, but those rooms were twice the price. Good Luck, I will not be back!!!
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