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Cleveland Vacations

Sidled up to the south bank of Lake Erie, Cleveland defies definition. When you start to say it’s a quiet and quaint Midwestern destination, you’ll see a parade of runners celebrating Cupid’s Undie Run as February snowflakes kiss their bare knees. Just as you walk through Rocky River Reservation and inhale the sweet scent of sycamores, you start to believe Cleveland’s nickname, The Forest City, even though the glittering skyline is just a stone’s throw away. These are the quirky combinations that make Cleveland quite a character—and a great place to get away. Read more to learn what awaits on your upcoming Cleveland vacation.

Top Hotels in Cleveland

Curate your own Cleveland vacation package with convenient flights and the best hotels in the region. Consider these guest favorites before you book.

  • Hyatt Place Independence: Located near the intersection of major freeways in the nearby city of Independence, this Hyatt Place is a quick commute from Cleveland’s busiest neighborhoods. Plus, if you want to stay off the beaten path, the name says it all, dear free spirit. The hotel shuttle can give you a ride into Cleveland and make you feel at home in the in-house restaurant.
  • Renaissance Cleveland Hotel: In the center of downtown Cleveland, stay here to be within steps to landmarks like Public Square and Terminal Tower. After a day wandering through the nearby Old Stone Church, and Cleveland Arcade, the indoor pool will be a welcome destination to slow down and enjoy an easygoing float.
  • Aloft Cleveland Downtown: This hotel certainly takes the cake among modern accommodation. The décor is colorful and chic and the location near the waterfront is enviable. Walk to the Greater Cleveland Aquarium and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and watch the sun set over Lake Erie before dinner at one of the hotel’s three restaurants.
  • Embassy Suites Cleveland Rockside: Also in Independence, this hotel is straightforward and easy for business and leisure travelers alike. Catch a ride with the complimentary 24-hour shuttle service and enjoy a delicious meal at the in-house restaurant before you journey into Cleveland.

See the Whole City

As you plan a vacation in Cleveland, keep in mind that this multifaceted city has more than one neighborhood laden with landmarks. For waterfront views and a whirlwind tour of Ohio’s history, while away the day downtown and stop at the world-renowned Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for a foray through the history of controversial cacophonies. As the water laps around the shore of Lake Erie, pause for a moment to at the USS Cod Submarine Memorial, which played a significant role in WWII. From there on the docks, you can wave to friendly neighbors in The Great White North on a clear day.

East of downtown, University Circle is another cultural hub in Cleveland, and a must-visit on any family vacation in Cleveland. Browse the collections at The Cleveland Museum of Art and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, which features incredible exhibits near the serene Cleveland Botanical Garden. When you think you smell the savory scent of Nonna’s homemade calzones, it’s not just in your head. Just east of University Circle, the streets of Historic Little Italy are alive and hopping with family-run shops and restaurants we’re sure will make your mouth water.

Festivals and Events

From the Mid-America Boat Show in January to the Fabulous Food Show in November, Cleveland is always alive with local celebrations and events. The Cleveland Garlic Festival brings daring cooks and connoisseurs to town each September and International Beer Fest in May is a great time to sample all sorts of local and global brews. No matter when you escape on your Cleveland getaway, something will be happening, from free concerts downtown to art shows in one of Cleveland's many parks.

Custom curate the best flights and hotels for your travel needs and save extra money with Travelocity’s cheap vacations in Cleveland. You’ll soon be exploring the many sides of The North Coast.

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Cleveland?
With deals starting as low as , hotel and flight packages are an excellent way to make your vacation budget stretch further. Get ready Cleveland — here you come!
How long should my Cleveland vacation be?
Many visitors pack their suitcase and vacation in Cleveland for approximately 2 nights. That’s a good guide, but don’t feel limited by it. Whether you stay for a couple of days to see the famous attractions or settle in to explore new places, an amazing escape awaits.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Cleveland?
It’s hard to look past Travelocity when it comes to piecing together your Cleveland package deal. There are as many as 400 air carriers and 665,000 worldwide properties to choose from. Reserve your trip now and get ready to cross another place off your must-see list.
Why should I purchase my Cleveland vacation package with Travelocity?
With our Price Match Guarantee, we’ll match any lower price you find. Add on our 24/7 support and top-quality service and the vacation you’ve been dreaming of is closer than ever before.
Can I save on my Cleveland car rental if I book it with hotels and flights?
With a Cleveland vacation package, you can combine your car, flight and hotel bookings and save a whole lot. If you’re in the mood to uncover the best of this fabulous location, why not make a beeline for Geneva State Park? This famous sight is 43 mi from Cleveland. With your own wheels, you’ll be there in no time.
What is the best time of year to go to Cleveland?
You can avoid the tourist crowds and save a tidy sum in , the quietest period to visit. The peak season months of are livelier and more expensive, but more will be happening around Cleveland. Book a hotel in and you’ll see your budget go further. Generally, room rates are dearer in .
Which airport is best for Cleveland?
Cleveland, OH (CLE-Hopkins Intl.), 10 mi southwest of the city center, is where many visitors begin their Cleveland adventures. But Akron, OH (CAK-Akron-Canton) (43 mi away from central Cleveland) could be a handier option for you.
What is there to do in Cleveland?
While venturing off the beaten track can be rewarding, you really shouldn’t miss the well-known sights that make a destination famous. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse are a couple of them in Cleveland.
Where should I stay when visiting Cleveland?
Many people reserve rooms in Downtown Cleveland. Popular places to stay in this area of Cleveland include the Drury Plaza Hotel Cleveland Downtown (3.0 stars) and the Hotel Cleveland Gateway (3.0 stars). Another terrific neighborhood to look into is Gateway District. Here, we recommend the Hotel Cleveland Gateway (3.0 stars) and the Hyatt Regency Cleveland At The Arcade (4.0 stars).

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