You hold a special reverence in your heart for inspiring tales of athleticism. The will and might of an underdog gives you chills and inspires you to continue reaching higher. Sometimes, after watching “Field of Dreams,” you have your own visions of heroically building a mecca for sports from the ground up. If you build an epic dodgeball field, they will come—you just know it. Not everyone understands your passion for ping-pong or fanaticism for football. But people in Cincinnati do.
Yes, given your devotion for all things sporty, arriving in Cincy will feel just like coming home. You’ll convince the less sports-obsessed members of your travel group to tag along by waxing poetic about Cincitucky’s thriving theater scene and the exciting attractions at Fountain Square. And they won’t be disappointed. Thanks to Cincinnati downtown hotels, including the aptly-named Cincinnatian Hotel, you never have to stay far from the best things to do.
Opening day for the Cincinnati Reds baseball team is practically a city-wide holiday. Falling in early April (in 2016, the first game was April 4th, for instance), opening day for the Reds has traditionally signaled opening day for the MLB. That means it’s a big deal. A very big deal. As you take in a healthy dose of salty air, a sure sign that peanuts and stadium pretzels aren’t far, you’ll be overwhelmed by the excitement of fellow fans. Stay at one of the top downtown Cincinnati hotels, and you’ll have the perfect home base from which to watch the festive parade and other celebrations.
Funny you should ask. Your taste buds will go on a culinary journey in Cincinnati. A few of the dishes you must try while you’re in Cincy include Skyline chili, Graeter’s ice cream, and a grilled cheese donut from Tom and Chee. In the fall, the aroma of hops and sight of slightly off-kilter gentlemen in suspenders signals the beginning of Oktoberfest Zinzinnati. Let the salt of a soft pretzel melt on your lips, then wash it down with a stein of beer. You’ll feel like you’re in Munich, but you’ve never stepped out of Cincy. Book a stay at a centrally located hotel, such as the Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel, you’re only a few stumbles away from your comfortable bed.
Whether you travel to Cincinnati to revel in its sporty atmosphere or tour its cultural sites, book your downtown hotel on Travelocity. If you want to see Greater Cincitucky, including the neighborhoods just across the river, get the keys to one of our downtown Cincinnati rentals. With the windows down and The National blaring from your speakers, you’ll be off on an adventure the size of the heartland. Wander wisely, good friend. We’ll see you there.
If you want to really experience Cincinnati, you should check out some of the area's great attractions, including Fountain Square, Carew Tower and Great American Ball Park.
Situated in and around Downtown Cincinnati you'll find some of Cincinnati's much-loved attractions, like Fountain Square and Carew Tower.
If visiting Fountain Square is high up on your sightseeing list, why not book a place to stay close by? There are a great range of accommodations to choose from, such as The Westin Cincinnati, the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, the Cincinnatian Hotel, the Hampton Inn and Suites Cincinnati Downtown and the Homewood Suites by Hilton Cincinnati-Downtown.
Searching for things to see in Downtown Cincinnati? Why not add Jack Cincinnati Casino to your vacation itinerary?The Extended Stay America Cincinnati - Covington, the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cincinnati Se Newport and the Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel are some great hotel options in close proximity to this popular attraction. If these options aren't suitable, we also recommend the Fairfield Inn & Suites Cincinnati Uptown/University Area or the Bridgestreet at Current at the Banks.Looking for more to keep you busy? Contemporary Arts Center is sure to inspire visitors of all ages and stages.Book a room at the Christopher's Bed & Breakfast, the Holiday Inn Cincinnati-Riverfront or the Springhill Suites by Marriott Midtown Cincinnati to be an easy cab ride from this notable site. The Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza or the Marriott Cincinnati RiverCenter are some of the other top accommodation picks in the area.
Downtown Cincinnati boasts a diverse assortment of places to rest your head, which includes a few low-cost options. If you're eager to save some cash, check out the rates at the Comfort Suites Newport and the Budget Host Town Center Motel.
It's about time you treated yourself. The 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati and the Cincinnatian Hotel are a couple of high-end accommodations that'll make your adventure even more memorable.
Many travelers to this part of the globe also like spending their evenings at the Homewood Suites by Hilton Cincinnati-Downtown and the Hampton Inn and Suites Cincinnati Downtown.