“The Westin overlooks the city’s most popular landmark, the Tyler Davidson Fountain on Fountain Square. The building, designed in the classic Renaissance style, was once the Albee Theater. Shoppers will appreciate that it’s just a short stroll away from Tower Place mall at Carew Tower.”
“Many visitors end up staying in a bed and breakfast near this urban campus or in a Downtown hotel, but the Marriott Kingsgate is an excellent alternative. It’s on the UC hospital campus, a few blocks from the Cincinnati Zoo, and five minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Rooms are clean, and the beds especially plush.”
“One of the largest hotels in Cincinnati, this Downtown landmark has an atrium lobby with glass walls and ceiling, contemporary rooms in soft pastel colors, and first-rate service. It’s connected by a skywalk to Saks Fifth Avenue and the Tower Place shopping center.”
“For a stylish hotel at more affordable rates, cross the river to the new Hotel Covington in Kentucky, a former 1910 department store refashioned by the Aparium Hotel Group to hold 114 rooms, a restaurant and coffee bar.”
Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cincinnati is a city in the US State of Ohio and one of the fastest-growing economic power in the Midwestern United States. Cincinnati is regarded by some as the first purely “American” city. The city is home to several historic architectures with numerous still standing in the urban core of the city till today.
In the 19th century, Cincinnati was referred to as the “Paris of America” due to several ambitious architectural projects in the city at the time. Some of them include the Music Hall, Cincinnatian Hotel, and the Shillito Department Store.
Cincinnati is the home of several embankments that are notable for their unique architectural characteristics or history. Examples of such structures include the Carew Tower, Ingalls Building, and the Isaac M. Wise Temple.
The city is home to several professional theatre companies such as the Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, The Performance Gallery and the Clear Stage Cincinnati.
Cincinnati has some music festivals that offer a solid tourist attraction such as the Cincinnati May Festival, the Bunbury Music Festival and Cincinnati Bell/WEBN Riverfest. The city has been described as the “Cincinnati, the City that Sings.”