The hotel will serve as complement to Lancaster, PA's Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park, and offer guests the chance to immersive themselves in their favorite animated shows

The Cartoon Network, owned by Turner Broadcasting, features shows that are beloved by both children and adults. Turner is looking to offer those families a thematic vacation at its 165-room branded hotel in Lancaster, PA.

The hotel will be located next to the Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park, which is also owned by Turner. Guests of the hotel will be fully immersed in the venue’s design elements and programming, all informed by the network’s cartoon shows like The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10, even offering guests bacon pancakes inspired by Jake from Adventure Time.

Cartoon Network President Christina Miller says, “With just the right mix of technology, design and animation, we’re aiming to bring our characters to life in a way that hasn’t been done before.” The move to combine the amusement park with this hotel is a calculated one for Turner, hoping that the hotel will draw both child and adult fans of the Cartoon Network’s programming. Construction of the hotel is currently underway.

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Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park

The Cartoon Network, owned by Turner Broadcasting, features shows that are beloved by both children and adults. Turner is looking to offer those families a thematic vacation at its 165-room branded hotel in Lancaster, PA.

The hotel will be located next to the Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park, which is also owned by Turner. Guests of the hotel will be fully immersed in the venue’s design elements and programming, all informed by the network’s cartoon shows like The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10, even offering guests bacon pancakes inspired by Jake from Adventure Time.