Located in Downtown Cincinnati, this historic hotel is steps from Contemporary Arts Center and Fountain Square. Carew Tower and National Underground Railroad Freedom Center are also within 10 minutes.
A little olderPros: The Location is prime. Perfect for downtown Cincinnati. The staff was nice and quick about check-in and check-out. The bathroom was awesome. It was big and remodeled with a giant tub. Cons: The bedroom itself was not impressive. I expected a historic feel, but just got more of an old and musty feel instead. The comforter wasn't clean (had to brush it off before we could lay on it), and the room itself just didn't seem clean. There was also a sunlight which would have been fine, but when you looked up it was covered in dust and dirt.
Great LocationPros: The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati and there was plenty of entertainment and restaurants located nearby. The room was clean and the staff was very friendly. The hotel ultimately served its purpose as a place to sleep for the night. Cons: The furniture was a bit dated and the layout of the room lacked any real appeal. The pictures online and the four star rating seemed to be a bit exagerated. I would rate the hotel three stars overall.
Pros: Location was perfect. Right inside of everything. Valet is great! Cons: The bed felt cheap and hard. Did not get any good sleep at all and you would think after driving 10 hours in the road that day it would be easy to sleep, but the bed was old as well as all of the furniture around.
Pros: Location and very friendly staff.Cons: Rooms were kind of small. Window to look out was very small.
Pros: Loved theroom, comfort and the bathroom. Also enjoyed lobby bar.
Almost PerfectPros: The building, facilities, & staff were all very nice.Cons: Very minor things, but our bathroom TV remote battery was dead. Also a notice before arriving at the hotel that the water pump system was going to be being worked on & we would have no water from midnight until around 6 a.m would have been appreciated.
Pros: Staff very friendly and accommodating. Room was very clean and the bed was so very comfortable! Will definitely recommend to friends and family! Looking forward to revisiting the next time we are in the area. .
Can't rate The Cincinnatian because I couldn't staPros: I am rating The Hampton Inn. Really nice hotel.Cons: The Hampton Inn was a really nice hotel but it wasn't the hotel I reserved. I was looking forward to stay in The Cincinnatian because of the historic background and wasn't expecting at all not to be nofied in advance about their problem with hot water. We could have rescheduled our trip. They relocated us and it was a nice place (can't complain about it) but a modern hotel was not what we wanted.
Pros: The hotel was beautiful and comfortable and the location terrific. Very centralized location--easy to walk to area sites and restaurants. Cons: The wifi internet was extremely spotty and rarely worked which was disappointing and made working remotely difficult.
Leisure StayPros: Cleanliness of the lobby and ease of valet parking.Cons: Room smelled when we arrived. No slippers, missing robe, tub was dirty and there were no remotes. The air didn't work very well at first. Ordered room service and it was cold and disgusting. $60 worth of food that wasn't even eaten. The price of the hotel room was overrated. The bar downstairs said it was closing at 1am. We came back from our show early to grab a drink before heading up to our room and the bar was closed at 12:30am. Unhappy customer and will go to the Westin from now on.
don't ever book here!Pros: Only the locationCons: Staff and front desk not profession. Make us wait so long and then can find room for us even we made reservation ahead! Scary inside as well! Not worth is pay this price
Under construction, but got a good dealPros: I took a Greyhound from Detroit, and when I booked those tickets, Kayak sent me to a deal (although they took a cut.) So, a room that normally cost about 150 was 77 on the site. After “fees and tax” that went up to about 101.50. In any case, I had a nice stay in a nice room downtown within walking distance of anything I needed or wanted. At one point, the room was cold and I didn’t think the thermostat was working correctly. They couldn’t get anyone to look at it, so I got to sleep in another room. So, at one point I had 2 rooms because I didn’t have to move my things out of the cold room. Also, I ordered a chicken wrap off the late night menu but didn’t know it had onions on it. I had to order a salad instead and they didn’t charge me. Very accommodating service. Also enjoyed the smart TV so I could watch my own Netflix account. Food was pretty good.Cons: Construction. But they did their best to work with me. And of course things were a little pricey. No vending machines, so a can of coke cost 3.75. The sticker shock for breakfast: since the order card didn’t have prices, I thought that the list of items I checked were a part of a package deal. I ended up paying 76 for breakfast! I wish I had known. Seems a little underhanded. To charge that much for food and drink, at least let the guest know! I could have stocked up at the CVS down the street, but alas, there was no refrigerator.