La Quinta Inn Cincinnati North

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

12150 Springfield Pike, Springdale, Ohio, 45246-1607, United States
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  • Solo66
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West Cincinnati - Indiana

by heyyou67

Howdy,

I’ll be attending a vocational training course in Lawrenceburg, Indiana during the month of March.

Can anyone recommend a decent budget hotel for this long term stay? I don’t need a pool or fitness center or anything like that; just a clean room in a safe area within a 30 minute commute of Lawrenceburg. Also, I just need a table for my homework and possibly a refrigerator for some munchies.

I posted on craigslist.com but only got shared room responses. Not really interested in that but a short term studio apartment rental would be great.

Thanks

RE: West Cincinnati - Indiana

by hayworth

There is a Quality Inn and Suites there, but it seems kind of expensive ($100-$150/night), probably because it's near the casinos. There's a Quality Inn in Harrison OH which is well within 30 minutes that is only about sixty dollars per night. I've always had good experiences with Quality and Comfort Inns/Suites brands of Choice Hotels. Other favorites of mine are Fairfield Inn (Marriott-owned), Hampton Inn (Hilton-owned), and AmeriSuites (Hyatt-owned) and they all give free breakfasts. (Not sure if they are in that town though.)

Travel Tips for Cincinnati

Carew Tower

by sambarnett

The tallest building in Cincy's skyline, completed in 1931 and located at 441 Vine Street. Construction began in 1929, just before the onset of the Great Depression. To cut costs, buildings switched from a limestone exterior to brick. Still, this is a brilliant Art Deco skyscraper (175 m) and my picture doesn't do it enough justice. A shopping mall is located on the lower levels as well as an observation tower on the 49th floor.

University of Cincinnati

by Stephen-KarenConn

Cincinnati College and the Medical College of Ohio were founded in 1819. The Medical College, later changed to the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, is one of the oldest medical schools in the nation. The University of Cincinnati began in 1870, and later absorbed the two earlier schools. UC is a public comprehensive university, and since 1977 has been one of Ohio's State Universities. It is the largest employer in the Cincinnati region and graduates 5,000 students per year.

Many discoveries have been made at the University of Cincinnati which have created a positve change for society. These include:
The oral polio vaccine
The first electronic organ
The first safe anti-knock gasoline
The first antihistamine

I am particularly proud that my son, Christopher, earned his Ph.D. in cellular biology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. As a graduate student he studied and worked in the building pictured here, the Vontz Center for Molecular Studies. Today Chris does cancer research at University Hospital in Denver, Colorado.

The Subway to Nowhere

by frankcanfly

From Cincinnati's "Annual Manual":

Yes, Cincinnat has a subway. It never actually operated, mind you , but it exists: two miles of winding track and tunnels that snake underneath Central Parkway and wind all the way up to "Liberty Street Station."

Descend the stariway and you've entered another world, a subterranean concerete cavern with high ceilings, a passenger platform and two rail lines. Imagining a decrepit, crubling mess? Far from it. the city engineers office keeps the place well maintained. No choice, really, if they didn't, Central Parkway would collapse into the Pothole from Hell.

the history of the subway is tinged with melcancholy and irony. Built by the city along the former bend of the Miami and Erie canal, the tunnels are the first section of what was intended to become a 16 mile loop circling downtown. Voters approved a $6 million bond issue in 1916 for the construction project, but by the 1920's the Boss Cox machine had spent all the money building the first section and acquiring land rights for the rest. Then came the Great Depression, World War II, the rise of the Model T and automobile nation, the birth of the Interstates....

Today, the only productve moment for the abandoned project comes when the cincinnati Historical Society offers tours. It's generally dry down in the tunnels, though visitors do encounter a musty odor. No rats scramble around, none visible anyhow. Just miles and miles of tunnels.

Mainstrasse - Cool bar district in Northern Ky

by myconductor

Mainstrasse is a turn of the century German village located in Nothern Kentucky. The location is very accessible, in downtown Covington right across the river from Cinicinnat, Ohio. The bars located here are what I label as your "hole-in-wall" venue, and I do not mean this in negative context. Rather you local dive type of bar, instead of some trending, upscale, stuffy atmosphere. There is a good mix of bars based on your style and type of crowd or entertainment you are searching for. None of them charge a cover, unless special event going on. My favorite in The Village Pub. As for restaurants, there a a few classy joints with excellent food, I recommend Ottos & DeFelice. If you are just looking for good pub food, Cosmo's and Cock n' Bull would be the place to go. The village sponors several festivals throughout the year including Mardi Gras, Maifest, and Oktoberfest to name a few. There are cool little shops and galleries in the area as well. If you are in the greater Cincinnati area and looking for a place to hang out, I recommend putting Mainstrasse on your itenerary

Covington - German Clock Tower

by BeatChick

At the west end of Mainstrasse Village in Covington, with it's lovely old Victorian & Italianate homes, lies the charming old-fashioned German Gothic structure of the 100-foot glockenspiel Carroll Chimes Bell Tower. On the hour the clock chimes a 43-bell carillon & out comes different figures representing the Pied Piper of Hamlin. You wouldn't know it to look at it but it was only built in 1979!

During the MainStrasse Village Oktoberfest, we like to bring the kids down here. Of great interest to all the kids is the Clock Tower! With plenty of lawn surrounding it, it is also a nice area for a picnic. There are also badezimmers (bathrooms) here, which comes in handy for the kids or when you've had just a bit too much bier in your stein.

Walk along the street & you'll find historical plaques that recount the interesting history of famous people who came from this area.

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 La Quinta Inn Cincinnati North

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Address: 12150 Springfield Pike, Springdale, Ohio, 45246-1607, United States