Exterior, Facilities, Layout, Vibe, Food and Drink, Technology, Recreation
I love the fireplace that is just off the lobby. It is decorated with intricate Rookwood tiles in a green and orange cathedral window pattern.
AAA Inspector Notes
In a remodeled 1926 building that once housed the Cincinnati Enquirer, the hotel has lovely public areas with such features as elevators with antique brass doors and ceilings with decorative tiles. This hotel shares a building with a Hampton Inn and Suites. Just off the lobby is a billiards room, the perfect place to relax in the evening. Guest rooms are very spacious, are decorated with local photo art and have stainless steel appliances. If you are attending a concert or ballgame downtown, you will find this hotel is a comfortable place to stay. There is a manager's reception held every evening, Monday-Thursday.
Smoke free premises. 105 efficiencies. 4-8 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).
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