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Hotels in Lebanon start at $75 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
All aboard! The phrase rings with nostalgia and the thrill of adventure. You clamber into the antique train cars, the horn blows, and the historic sights and green countryside of Lebanon, Ohio, stream by you. Just 30 miles from Cincinnati, this town is a feast for your senses—not only because of its scenery, but for the experiences of a bygone era. From the hotels in Lebanon, OH, the historic downtown streets will carry you back to a time when life was simpler and travel was an epic event.
Mementos of days past fill the streets of the “Cedar City,” and Lebanon hotels are the starting point for your time travels. Take a scenic train ride on the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad and glean a deeper understanding of 18th-century small town life. Your heart pulses with the rhythm of the tracks, and the wind whisks through the open train cars, whispering the secrets of yesteryear in your ear. If the nearby towns of Mason and Monroe capture your imagination, hop into Lebanon rental cars and explore at your own pace.
Afterwards, stop for a meal at Ohio’s oldest Inn, the Golden Lamb, which has served customers since 1803. Its dining rooms, accented in dark wood and decorated in antiques and simple Shaker furniture, evoke a sense of awe at the mysterious nature of time. How much has changed since guests first sat around this table? And yet how much have we remained the same in our deepest of hearts? With these profound musings, wander home, philosopher, to your room in the hotels near Lebanon, OH and sleep as deeply as one for whom flickering screens and ringing phones are interruptions not yet imagined.
And if you awaken longing for the brightly lit skyline of the modern city, the Travelocity app ensures that hotels near Cincinnati are just a click away. Whether it’s leaping from your seat to the thrill of extra innings or savoring a bowl of the “Queen City’s” famous chili, your adventure continues.