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Blue Ash or Sharonville - Ohio?

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I have only a short list of hotels I must choose from, but the choices are all in Blue Ash or Sharonville, Ohio ... it's lodging for a 3-day soccer tournament taking place in Oxford... (we're not allowed to stay in Oxford.) This is for a nice group of 17-yr-old female soccer players (and one parent accompanying each player). Our main need is to be in a town that has convenient nearby restaurants that the teens would like and that could accommodate a semi-large group (20~30 people usually). Sharonville is about 10 minutes closer to Oxford, according to mapquest, which makes it a little more appealing, but I'm wondering if we'd be happier in Blue Ash.
Thanks for any advice.

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