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Cincinnatian Hotel - Cincinnati Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$115

Cincinnatian Hotel

601 Vine Street, Cincinnati - Map
 
 
"A very classy hotel."
The room was very attractive, with a nice layout and there was plenty of space. The staff were very friendly, polite and responsive. The restaurant was a good value and the food I had was delicious. The whole place has a quality feeling. It is an old building that has been well rehabbed and updated. However, the floors are not even under the carpeting in the hallway, so it was not a gut rehab, but that sort of adds to the old world flavor. There is a lot of art, both in the hallways and in the rooms, and it is tasteful (prints, art photography and historic photography).
Beasly from Cleveland, OH
Situated in Cincinnati, this historic hotel is close to Contemporary Arts Center, Fountain Square, and Carew Tower. Also …More
Millennium Cincinnati Hotel - Cincinnati Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Millennium Cincinnati Hotel

150 West 5th Street, Cincinnati - Map
 
 
"Great downtown location, friendly service"
I booked unknowingly booked this hotel as part of the Travelocity Unpublished Rate Hotel bookings and immediately became nervous reading some of the awful reviews around the web about this place. I was pleasantly surprised and had a completely different experience than most reviewers. For starters, we arrived in Cincinnati WAY early than anticipated (5am) and check in wasn't until 4pm. We called to see if there was any possibility of early check-in, thinking we may get into a room around noon/1pm. Lorraine (super sweet front desk attendant) told us that she was able to accommodate our request and that we could get into a room immediately! I found the lobby to be pretty, slightly dated, but clean. Our room was in the North Tower, which I have heard are nicer. It was very clean and felt updated. The bedding was to die for! We used the fitness center and pool during our stay. The A/C was broken in the fitness center but there were floor to ceiling windows that opened and we were impressed by the offering of equipment. The pool was clean and got very busy around noon/1pm. It was great to be able to drink on the pool deck since most hotels don't allow alcohol in this area for liability reasons. Great central downtown location. Some sketchy side streets to the north/west though. Park in a nearby garage and save yourself money and time waiting for the valet to return your car.
Traveller from Chicago, IL
Surrounded by downtown Cincinnati attractions, this 2-tower hotel connects to Duke Energy Center by an enclosed skyway …More
Hyatt Regency Cincinnati - Cincinnati Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati

151 West Fifth Street, Cincinnati - Map
 
 
"Excellent Service"
I was delayed in Chicago and didn't arrive at the hotel until well after 1 a.m. I received excellent service even though it was so late. The room was adequate for one person. The updates were nice but the updates didn't seem to extend into the bathroom area. All in all not a bad Hotel. It was a little pricey but I figure peace of mind is worth the extra money when your'e traveling.
denvertraveler1 from Denver, CO
Located in Saks Fifth Avenue Center across from Duke Energy Convention Center, this hotel is 3 blocks from Paul Brown …More
21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati - Cincinnati Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$199

21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati

609 Walnut St, Cincinnati - Map
 
 
This luxury hotel is located in the heart of Cincinnati, walking distance from Aronoff Center for the Arts, Fountain Square …More
The Garfield Suites Hotel - Cincinnati Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Garfield Suites Hotel

2 Garfield Pl, Cincinnati - Map
 
 
"Beats the "best"!"
We stayed at Garfied Suites whie attending an International conference at one of the big name hotels several blocks away. We (six of us) were blown away by the personal service we found at Garfield Suites. We were in our rooms for about 1/2 hour and someone called from the front desk to make sure we were comfortable and to see if we needed anything. Attendees staying at the conference center hotel complained often about the noisiness of their hotel rooms and a number of other issues, of which we had none. The suites were spacious, with very comfortable beds and a ful kitchen. We all agreed we will return to this facility if visiting Cincinnatti again.
Traveller from New Jersey
Located in the city center of Cincinnati, this aparthotel is near the airport and within walking distance of Cincinnati …More
Travel Inn - Cincinnati Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Travel Inn

2000 E. Kemper Road, Cincinnati - Map
 
 
This property is located in Cincinnati (Sharonville), close to Sharonville Convention Center, Tri-County Mall, and Sharon …More
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza - Cincinnati Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza

35 W 5th St, Cincinnati - Map
 
 
"Wonderful visit"
We have stayed at the Netherlands in the past and wanted to return!
cawole from St. Joseph, MO
Located in downtown Cincinnati, this richly restored hotel is adjacent to the Carew Tower and Tower Place Mall, 1 block from …More
Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel - Cincinnati Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel

36 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati - Map
 
 
Located in the heart of Cincinnati, this hotel is within walking distance of The Mercantile Library, Taft Theatre, and …More
Marriott Cincinnati RiverCenter - Covington Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Marriott Cincinnati RiverCenter

10 W Rivercenter Blvd, Covington - Map
 
 
"Very confortable bed, great view"
Loved this hotel. We had a great view of the river and the baseball park. and we actually walked to the game. We slept with the curtains open so we could see the lights of the city at night. We prepaid for the breakfast and were told when we got there that it was a buffet. I was a little disspointed until I saw the buffet-fresh omlettes, eggs, sausages, bacon, fruit, bagels-you get the idea. My only suggestion would be a makeup mirror in the bathroom and a light in the shower. It was a little dark once the heavy curtain was closed.
Bricklady from Huntely, Illinois
Situated by the banks of the Ohio River in Covington, this hotel is connected to the Northern Kentucky Convention Center by …More
The Westin Cincinnati - Cincinnati Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Westin Cincinnati

21 E 5th St, Cincinnati - Map
 
 
"A great hotel stay for a wonderful weekend!"
My wife and I stayed at the Cincinnati Westin for her prebirthday/St. Patrick's day weekend.Upon arrival our check in hostess was wonderful and had no problem providing us with a room that faced Fountain Square, on the highest level possible. Our room was wonderful, and we slept very sound even with all the festivities in the square below.Only downfall a mild temp fridge, it did not get very cold so we didn't store anything in there,just an fyi not a complaint.Easy checkout. Final thumbs up, we met actor/comedian Mike Epps who was on a comedy tour in the coffee shop on the lower level of the hotel. We will be back:)
jhouse5 from Springfield, OH, USA
Overlooking the Fountain Square, The Westin Cincinnati is within easy reach of the Great American Ball Park, the Duke Energy …More

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    Find the best deals on hotels in Cincinnati, Ohio, with Travelocity. Whether you're in town for business or pleasure, you can find an elegant, affordable room in this popular destination. A great place for vacationing families, "Cincy" houses many local attractions and museums that are definitely worth a visit once you're in the area. Choose from a wide assortment of Cincinnati hotels with Travelocity to find the right room for your trip, compare prices, ratings, and reviews, and align your stay with your itinerary. Plan on visiting at least one of the many great attractions in the area while you're there.

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    The Top Ten Attractions to See During Your Stay in Cincy

    1. The Cincinnati Art Museum holds a great display of master works with a constantly revolving set of world-renowned exhibitions. Look for hotels in downtown Cincinnati, near the Ohio River, for a short tip to this essential attraction. Within walking distance is the beautiful Taft Museum of Art, which houses fine arts and many notable European works.
    2. The Cincinnati Music Hall is a breathtaking, essential part of any trip to Cincinnati. Hotels further inland, near Washington Park, will be in closer proximity to this historic building. You can either take a walking tour of this facility or take part in one of the many events in the area. The facility is the home of the Cincinnati Ballet, the Cincinnati Symphony, and the Cincinnati Opera. Viewing a high-class event like this should definitely be on your to-do list.
    3. Sports fans can also find a home here. Make sure you have tickets to a Cincinnati Reds game at Great American Ball Park. Root, root, root for the home team; this travel destination hits it out of the park! If you don't happen to be in town during a ballgame, you can always visit the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. The "kings of the Queen City" have been beloved by locals since 1869. There's also an interactive section of the museum where you can take the game into your own hands.
    4. Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal is not just one museum. It's the home of the Cincinnati History Museum, the Museum of Natural History & Science, and the Duke Energy Children's Museum. Get a guided tour of the Geier Collections & Research Center, or watch a huge film at the Omnimax Theater. This facility, housed inside the historic Union Terminal, is a must-go for any family looking at hotels in Cincinnati, OH.
    5. Another great attraction for families is the Cincinnati Zoo. View an animal encounter show that can stress the importance of conservation. The facility houses everything from gorillas to peacocks to cheetahs to tarantulas to manatees. The zoo is actually the second-oldest in America, and the gardens outside of the zoo are gorgeous. They are the perfect place to take a walk. Closer to the coast is the similarly beautiful Krohn Conservatory, which houses many different plants as well as a huge assortment of butterflies.
    6. Check out the bright lights of the American Sign Museum. This interesting and fascinating look into American history encourages us to view the things that were meant to draw us in. These glowing, smiling, and often blinking lights outline not only the businesses they want to represent but various stages in American history. Visit the facility, or better yet, schedule an event there.
    7. Cincinnati was centrally important in the move toward the abolition of slavery in America. Even before the war, Ohio residents had set up a very integrated network of safe houses to give slaves safe passage to Canada. In fact, only about an hour from Cincinnati was where the Underground Railroad earned its name, when a slave named Tice Davids swam across the Ohio River and escaped an angry slave owner as if "he gone off on an underground railroad." Today, you can learn about those efforts, the legacy the Underground Railroad has left, and the modern need to help abolish slavery in many areas of the world at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. You can also join in on the American Legacy Tours to see the city's literal underground.
    8. If you want to both learn about the past and wonder about the future, you can also visit the Cincinnati Observatory. Gaze into the stars at this fully functioning 19th century observatory. Join in on a public event such as late-night stargazing or eclipse viewings. This place has been called "the birthplace of American astronomy" and has been open to public since its creation in 1842. Look for hotels in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the eastern side of the city for a convenient spot.
    9. Findlay Market is a must-go local for any food fanatic. It's the longest running continuously operated public market in Ohio. It's one of the oldest institutions on this list. The farmers' market encourages farm-to-table eating and also hosts local musicians and crafters on weekends. If you don't have a chance to visit, be sure to check out a local favorite restaurant like Eli's BBQ, Nada, Senate Pub, or The Eagle OTR.
    10. There are a lot of great events happening in downtown Cincinnati. Hotels are often booked well in advance for the Flying Pig Marathon. You can also find many different festivals happening at Fountain Square. While you are in the city, try to catch a show at the Cincinnati Playhouse. It's a great local production group performing great classics.

    Book your hotel stay online with Travelocity today! Cincy is a great city year-round, but to avoid snow, you may not want to visit during January to March. Summer is the favorite time for tourists, as the city is bustling with activity, fun events, and many walking tour groups. However, Cincinnati is a beautiful sight in the fall. The last two weeks of September are ideal for leaf-peeping. Whenever you plan on attending, know that you can also find great vacation packages to Cincinnati on Travelocity. Vacation packages roll up your hotel stay, flight, and car rental into one cheap deal. Find the best price today!

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