- Reviews: 335
Ramada Downtown: Not as expensive
I stayed here for 3 days, got a deal thru Hotels.com 3 nites/$200. It's about a 10-15 minutes walk from Fountain Square. Free brekkie.
- Reviews: 848
Marriott Courtyard, Covington: Great River View at good price
It has been awhile since we stayed here, but this hotel can give you a great view of the river if you ask for a high floor. The rooms are comfortable and the hotel is within a short walk of some interesting restaurants (Chez Nora). I stayed here for the VIEW.
Covington is a cute little river town!
- Reviews: 848
Hilton Garden Inn, Mason, OH: clean, modern, on perimeter, and not cheap
Attended a wedding nearby and this was recommended and convenient. Very nice property. But I rarely pay much over $100 per night so this was my most expensive stay in one year! ($117 + tax)
I did appreciate the granite tops in the rooms and the refrigerator + microwave amenities (though did not need them.
There are Holiday Inn Express and Hyatt Place hotels next to this one, and the HIE is less money. They talked me into this Hilton Garden because it is somewhat more nicely furnished, I could use the Hilton Points, and they gave me breakfast coupons for a larger breakfast than the HEI usually has. However, the breakfast would not be worth the $9.95 listed price and you are expected to tip here.
Pool, exercise room, very large lobby with breakfast area and restaurant. Very nicely furnished room.
- Reviews: 3
Embassy Suites Blue Ash: Embassy Suites Blue Ash--Nice overall
This is your typical Embassy Suites. For those who have never been to an Embassy Suites it has a central atrium area where they serve manager's receptions at night and free breakfast in the morning. The Blue Ash area is 40 min. or more away from the airport and it did not seem to have much in the way of places to eat within walking distance. Its basically in a business park area.
The rooms were clean and the staff was the nicest I have experienced in a long time. I would definitely recommend it if you need to find yourself in this area. There were free cookies upon check-in. Each room is a suite, which includes a TV and couch in the main area, a bathroom then the main room with a bed, desk and TV.
I believe there is a work out room, banquet facilities, and a shuttle to nearby areas. As I did not have a car, the shuttle was convenient to the office park I needed to be at. The driver was super nice and courteous. She made our airport arrangements for the next morning.
Morning breakfast was good with made to order omelettes/eggs. I ate at the restaurant and it was pretty good and had some less expensive items, which I appreciated ($8-$10 items as well as $22+).
- Reviews: 29
Marriott at RiverCenter: Best Hotel and Best View!!!!
We spent our honeymoon here. We were extremely impressed. The hotel is beautiful. The staff was great.
The view from the room was spectacular. There is a paddle-wheel boat that stops at the river in front of the hotel. You can ride it and eat dinner on it. There is also horse drawn carriage rides in front of the hotel. Highly recommend this hotel.
- Reviews: 955
Marriott RiverCenter: Close to the Covington Convention Center
The last time I needed to stay close to downtown but wanted a hotel with a restaurant (the Courtyard does not have one), I chose the Marriott RiverCenter. It is a new 15-story hotel with some very nice amenities including an indoor pool, sauna and wi-fi throughout the hotel.
While the hotel has it's own restaurant, there are a number of options for dining close by including Behle Street.
- Reviews: 955
Courtyard Cincinnati Covington: Easy Access to Downtown
I have stayed at the Courtyard Covington when I was to attend a game at Great American Ballpark and had business in town. Covington is right across the bridge to downtown so it is a good alternative to staying in downtown Cincy. The hotel was clean and modern - like most Courtyards- but did not have a restaurant. This caused a problem when I wanted lunch. I had to walk a few blocks over to the convention center area- which is pretty desolate and I unfortunately encountered some toothless Kentuckians who offered to show me around town. There are a couple of fast food places across the highway (White Castle)
It does have an indoor pool.
- Reviews: 2608
Cincinnati Marriott Northeast: Convenient to Northeastern Suburbs
Before I moved to the Cincinnati area I traveled to the city on several occasions and on a couple of them I stayed in this Marriott, because it is conveniently located to my siblings who live in the area.
Then shortly after moving to the city, I came here on my first date with Karen. We met - on a blind date - for dinner at a restaurant across the street from the Marriott. I had already had several blind dates in Cincy and felt none of them worthy for a repeat, but Karen and I felt a mutual attraction on that first night. We both wanted to talk a little longer, but felt we had occupied our spot in the restaurant long enough and should move on so someone else could have our table. I suggested we go over to the Marriott Lobby and visit a little longer - so we did.
One year and two days later we were married, and a couple of years after that we returned to the Marriott for a romantic re-enactment of that first date. For that reason alone, this hotel will always be special to me.
Also, when Karen's daughter, Laura, was married, all of the out-of-town guests stayed here because it was the closest nice accomodation to the wedding venue.
Like all Marriotts, this one is a first-class facility with a nice restaurant, indoor swimming pool and virtually every other amenity a guest could want (click web link below for more info.) It's the nicest hotel in the northeastern suburbs of Cincinnati.
- Reviews: 2603
If you plan to be here for a few months, and need a cheap place to stay, look around for a "Crashpad." There are usually ads located at the airport for people who are renting a furnished room for a short period of time.
Need help finding one? Just ask me.
- Reviews: 29
Crowne Plaza Cincinnati: Cheapest Downtown Accomidation
This hotel has the cheapest rates in the downtown area. The Valet's are by far the best I have seen in the city. The staff was very friendly. The only drawback is that the hotel building is run down. But overall it is an excellent place to stay.
- Reviews: 4591
Comfort Suites, Newport: Decent price, great view
a few blocks from the Aquarium is the Comfort Suites. Very nice rooms at a reasonable price for the location
Great view of downtown Cincinnati in the river side rooms
- Reviews: 375
Y2kBunkers: Buster's Home
This is a real friendly place. A day before my arrival I received an e-mail asking for my exact arrival time, so that my room would definetely be ready by then. The mail was signed by Ron and Buster. The first one I saw when I finally arrived was Buster. He was jumping up and down when I entered the house. Well, maybe I should mention that Buster is the dog of Ron, the hostel's owner. Ron showed me my room ($15 incl. linen) and later gave me a free ride to the Cincinnati Bearcats basketball game.
Free Internet access, shared kitchen, located in a nice living area
- Reviews: 215
I have two suggestions for...
I have two suggestions for hotels in the Cincinnati area. In downtown, I like the historic Omni Netherland Plaza, located in a great art deco building built in 1929. Sometimes this hotel offers weekend get away packages. Also, I would check out the hotels on the opposite bank of the Ohio river in Covington,Kentucky which is restoring its riverbank with floating restaurants and other new hotels or other attractions with a great view of Cincinnati. The new embassy suites in Covingtonlooks very nice and worth checking out.
- Reviews: 43
And if you're REALLY pressed...
And if you're REALLY pressed for cash, there is a motel right of of Hopple Street (which takes you into downtown Cincinnati and the popular Clifton area) that is quite affordable. Also, you may want to try any of The Knight's Inns that are in the area. Prices here start at $28.00 USD. Granted, it's not the Waldorf-Astoria; but it's a place to rest your head.
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