Cincinnati hotels keep aside free rooms for Irma evacuees

 Tuesday, September 12, 2017 


Ramada Plaza CincinnatiA hotel in Cincinnati, Sharonville, Ramada Plaza Cincinnati this afternoon has actually set aside free rooms for the service of the evacuees of Hurricane Irma.


As many as 30 rooms were set aside for hurricane victims, complimentary for up to 10 days. Families who had got our much prior to the storm and had found their way to Greater Cincinnati were dumbfounded by the compassionate gesture of the hotel.


The idea for the concept of free rooms commenced as the Ramada team scrolled through the news feeds and observed how many regional families were impacted and required a place.


And, they have decided not to charge.


Nidhi Bedi who is the managing partner at Ramada Plaza said that they are glad to be able to offer this humanitarian aid to the hurricane evacuees. Bedi said that the staff there had been following the updates of the hurricane impact quite closely and were eager to do something that would assist the evacuees in any way possible.



Therefore, the 237-room hotel had designated 30 rooms with double beds for people displaced by this fierce natural calamity.


Apart from providing complimentary rooms, Splash Cincinnati Indoor Waterpark is ready to send 100% of its proceeds from admission passes through 1st September to Florida with an am to assist in rebuilding it.


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