May 27, 2019 - May 28, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Whether you're traveling to Cincinnati for a family vacation or to take advantage of the many attractions this city has to offer, there is a Cincinnati hotel to suit your needs. You can choose to be close to the downtown action or on the more quiet outskirts of town. Cincinnati has a highly rated Museum Center, a renovated 1878 Music Hall, the Cincinnati Zoo, Carew Tower with its observatory, beautiful Fountain Square and the eclectic American Sign Museum. Of course, this city is also home to the major league baseball team, the Cincinnati Reds, and football's Cincinnati Bengals.
If you're in town to watch the Cincinnati Reds play ball, you may want to stay at a hotel that is conveniently located close to the Great American Ball Park. There are quite a few excellent Cincinnati hotels within a short walking distance to the baseball field:
Some travelers want to stay at a homey bed and breakfast inn where they will be assured of a tasty, home-cooked breakfast and accommodating hosts. In Cincinnati, you can find Hopkins Park Bed and Breakfast situated just a little over a mile from downtown Cincinnati. Enjoy the delicious French press coffee with your hearty breakfast before heading out to the action in Cincinnati, located just a 5-10 minute drive away. If you need a car upon your arrival to town, check the Skyscanner site for car rentals. Another B&B to check out if you are seeking a quiet retreat with cultural and historical sites nearby is Six Acres Bed & Breakfast. The main house was once a stop on the Underground Railroad in Cincinnati's College Hill area. There is plenty of free parking, with internet access and a lovely breakfast included.
The city is filled with so much culture. Booming with young professionals, the happy-hour options are endless.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is world class, the Museum Center is perhaps the most people friendly museum in America and the people are hospitable. On the other hand there should be more to a city's cuisine than steak houses and pizza joints and the number of panhandlers and homeless make San Francisco look as though the question is a non issue.
It was a fun trip on "New Years". From cafes, to restraints, to the night life. It was so grand a bit coastly though, parking is a hassle hard to find and expensive. I really enjoyed the big city, for the most part it was clean and safe the areas I was in anyway.
Cincinnati is one of those cities that doesn't always have a favorable rep from people in larger metropolitan areas, but I like it enough...especially along the Ohio River. The area has three stadiums beside each other, as well as numerous bars and restaurants. You can cross bridges (by car or foot) into Kentucky, you can dine onboard a riverboat, you can walk (or bike) along the Serpentine Wall, and head to dinner at The Boathouse for ribs and a river view.