Very nice hotel with large rooms and bathrooms. A downside for us was the overly stocked fridge as you have to remove things to put some of your own in. Also, the valets were very friendly and courteous. We had a great time and loved the decor. We had an atrium facing room and booked through the casino website for $70 a night versus $200+ rate on their website. Beware of the fine dining staff. I asked politely to see a fine dining menu from the host to make a dinner decision for later and he looked at my t-shirt and jeans and said well the casual food was over in the cricket lounge, quickly turned off by this presumptive attitude we ate elsewhere. Now for the Cricket Lounge, they were great had some drink while waiting on the shuttle to the casino. Generally the staff treated us very well. We would stay here again. Well worth $70 a night,but not around $200.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Small, luxury boutique hotel built in 1882 and listed on the National Register of Historic places. Proud member of Hisotric Hotels of America and Preferred Hotels International, The Cincinnatian Hotel celebrates its 130th year this September. Boasting of a wide range of accommodations, this namesake hotel of Cincinnati is the perfect home away from home destination for those who want something simple or something grand. Call for details. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cincinnatian Hotel Cincinnati, Ohio