A pretty town of 6,000 people, amid rolling hills with an extensive Ohio River waterfront, little Hebron, KY packs a lot into her demure landscape. With more than a dozen lodging choices, your vacation or business trip to Hebron will find a modern, nationally branded hotel with nearly all of the most contemporary amenities.
Just 3 miles west of the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport, Hebron welcomes you to the tri-state area embracing Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky. Most Hebron lodging choices are new, the result of a series of large distribution centers locating here. As such, most of the hotels are in close proximity to the airport, with one hotel directly on airport property. Prices are generally affordable, with most below, at, or just above the three-figure mark.
For an iconic stay, travel 23 miles east to the Cincinnatian Hotel, a historic 1882 palatial building updated to modern standards. Long a legend for style and service, the hotel is graced with fine dining, a clubby bar, and proximity to the city of Cincinnati’s urban amenities. Cincinnati lodging prices trend a bit higher than those of the Hebron and airport area.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, head southwest to Burlington for a true Kentucky experience. The Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast will put you up in a stylish, 1830s federal building, or an authentic 1850s log cabin, complete with chinking and four-poster, made up with triple sheeting, fine linens, and antique quilts. Your stay will find the baths up to date, with jetted double tub and tiled steam showers. Similar bed and breakfast options can be found throughout the area, but they may not offer the Willis Graves lemon waffles with blackberries or the Crème Brûlée French Toast.