Nice hotel with nice staff. But worth the price though. Restaurant may not be available based on other reservations. Other nearby restaurants has at least an hour wait. Overall nice hotel but pricey. I would check around more next time.
Traveller from Dayton
Located in Downtown Cincinnati, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Aronoff Center for the Arts, Fountain Square …More
We used this hotel as a weekend to get away. It was conveniently located around Fountain Square as well as the sports stadiums. However, I would've rather paid to park somewhere else if it were close by because the valet parking was $35.
Traveller from H.
Located in Downtown Cincinnati, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Mercantile Library, Aronoff Center for the Arts …More
This is a great place to stay. The property is the historic site of the Enquirer with most of the first floor and façade kept in original condition. Pretty neat to see and to walk around, imagining what it must have been like "back in the day."
I stayed in my room four nights on business and enjoyed the new-ness of it all. The property is perfectly located in downtown, walking distance to the stadium where the Reds were playing a game on a perfect evening. I was able to walk to all of the restaurants downtown and enjoy festivities taking place in the nearby Square.
The staff in the hotel are amazing. Everyone is well-trained, polite, smiling and sincere.
I'm actually looking forward to returning to this hotel in the future.
Located in Downtown Cincinnati, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Aronoff Center for the Arts, Fountain Square, and …More
Cincinnati is a major sports town. The Cincinnati Reds (baseball) play at the Great American Ballpark and the Cincinnati Bengals (football) play at Paul Brown Stadium. An architecturally significant city, Carew Tower—an example of French art deco—is Cincinnati's tallest building. The Cincinnati Art Museum houses a fascinating collection of works from all over the world.