Fairfield Inn & Suites Cincinnati North/Sharonville

11440 Chester Rd., (formerly The Hamilton Hotel), Cincinnati, Ohio, 45246, United States
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Cincinnati North / Sharonville
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Forum Posts

Cincinnati Airport

by ciare

I will be having a stopover at the airport for about an hour, on my way to NY from Las Vegas, and was wondering if there are any gift shops, pplaces to buy souviners, at any shops at the airport.


Re: Cincinnati Airport

by jessicadf

Yep, like most airports, there are gift shops, news stands and the like. Didja know the Cincinnati Airport is actually in Kentucky?

~Jessica (whose father escaped Cincinnati and has traveled there many times)

Re: Re: Cincinnati Airport

by paulinuk2u

try airwise.com/airports/

Re: Re: Cincinnati Airport

by ChiOBambi

To Jessica: You're actually right about it being in Kentucky. I thought that was kinda odd too when I realized it.

To the author of this post: There are many gift shops in that airport. A lengthy layover for me usually means time to scour the stores for magazines.

Good luck.

RE: Cincinnati Airport

by rw-bigfoot

Lots of shops, hair salon and nice eating places and very clean and it's a Big airport and friendly people!

Travel Tips for Cincinnati

This is a photo of one of the...

by LealaGirl

This is a photo of one of the skywalk crossings. It is cool how you can walk all around the city with out even walking on the street. Also in this photo is a police barricade for a protest that was going on when I was there. It was kind of funny because there were more police officers than protesters.

Do you enjoy horse racing? ...

by CJD68

Do you enjoy horse racing? Try RiverDowns located on the east side of Cincy. Thoroughbred racing on a 1 mile oval track. Free admission and general parking.

See the web site: http://www.riverdowns.com/

Packing List

by CeCiLiArOcK

Depends on how long you're staying and when you're staying. Shoes. Definatley bring walking shoes, there are many sights to see in Cincy and it's easier to walk (at day) to different destinations, than it is to drive.
Weather gear. Bring umbrellas!! Bug spray. There are always lots of bugs in Cincy. Anticipate (summer) hot days, and cool nights. It's always pretty chilly at night because of the River. During they day it can get to about 80-90.
In the winter, BRING WINTER COAT! The bigger, the better. It can get extremley cold.

You absolutely have to go here...

by Devildogs_Doll

The Blind Lemon - hands-down one of my favorite places in Cincinnati. I wish they bottled the atmosphere here and SOLD it.

You might miss the Blind Lemon if you're not pointed to it by a local...and if you want to get to know locals, there is no better place to go. It's located in the steep streets of Mt. Adams - another world altogether in Cincinnati. Finding parking is hard, but drive around until you find a spot because you don't want to miss this.

Chances are if you can make it to Mt. Adams and just ask a passing-by local, they can point you right to the place near the corner of Hatch & Louden Streets. It doesn't look like much when you arrive...a small cobblestone alleyway between two buildings with a sign above. A plaque on the wall in the narrow, completely cobble-stoned alleyway shows names of all the celebrities that have visited throughout the years.

The night to go is a Friday or Saturday night in the summer. There is a bonfire pit surrounded by white, wrought-iron chairs. Ivy climbs the walls all around the courtyard. Don't worry about making noise dragging your chair closer to the fire. People smile at you from across the flames. Wait outside and one of their excellent wait staff will be by to take your drink order. Beer, coffee, mixed drinks... they have it.

The atmosphere in the open air courtyard is zen-like, dreamy, ethereal, and if you're feeling so inclined...romantic. Soft guitar music lulls you into a trance as you make conversation with others sitting near the fire. For a "bar", it's quiet and chilled-out. Inside, an antiquated bar curves throughout a low-ceilinged room overflowing with personality and charm. Much to your shock, you realize the music you were hearing outside was live...and there is usually someone with a guitar crooning in the corner. This is the perfect place to relax or make conversation. It's an EXCELLENT first-date hangout and great for those who want to meet new people. It is and always will be one of my favorite off-the-beaten path places in Cincinnati.

Pyramid Hills Sculpture Garden & Museum

by frankcanfly

I was excited to discover this quirky park about 25 miles north of the Cincinnati Metro area in the town of Hamilton.

There are 265 acres of rolling hills here, all dedicated as an art park. Most of the art here is in the form of sculptures.... large outdoor sculptures.

The Park combines " the lure of nature with the dynamic presence of monumental art. It is a setting where landscape and art come together in natural galleries among vast meadows and woodlands."

I think you'll like it, I certainly did. I'll be back again when the weather is better.

They also have a summer outdoor concert series, check their website for more details.

See my travelogue for more photos.


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 Fairfield Inn & Suites Cincinnati North/Sharonville

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Address: 11440 Chester Rd., (formerly The Hamilton Hotel), Cincinnati, Ohio, 45246, United States