This top-secret 4-star hotel is within walking distance of Fountain Square, the Contemporary Arts Center, and Great American Ball Park
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Hotel at a Glance: 4-Star Top-Secret Cincinnati Hotel
Less than a block from Fountain Square, this top-secret 4-star hotel offers comfort and luxury in the heart of downtown. The hotel is only a short walk from some of Cincinnati’s most popular attractions—the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and the Contemporary Arts Center, to name a few. But once you return back to the hotel, you can embrace the 4-star luxury with a meal at the onsite seafood restaurant or an early evening, watching flicks on HBO, cozied up in a plush robe on a sumptuous bed.
- Sip on a night-cap at the onsite bar.
- Grab breakfast before you go: The osite cafe offers made-to-order omelets, pastries, bagels, and more.
- Catch a game ball at a Cincinnati Reds’ game; their home stadium, Great American Ball Park, is less than a half-mile away.
- Don’t forget to dig in: Cincinnati is known for it’s unique brand of chili; a local favorite is Camp Washington Chili, about 4 miles away.
- Take a long walk along the river: Head to the nearby Smale Riverfront Park to meander along gardens bordering the Ohio River.
Downtown Cincinnati: Dynamic Riverside City Minutes from Historical Breweries and Victorian Architecture
Cincinnati is positioned in the southwest corner of the state near the Kentucky border and on the banks of the Ohio River. Cincinnati grew rapidly as a port city in the early 19th century, when it was crowded with steamboats and riverboats; today, it’s still possible to ride an old-fashioned riverboat to scope out the city’s skyline.
Farther downtown, Fountain Square sits in the nucleus of Cincinnati’s cultural attractions. Walk one direction and you’ll find Cincinnati Museum Center, which is housed in a historical train station and features a popular exhibit on Pompeii, the ancient Italian city where many residents were preserved in volcanic ash. It’s also worthwhile to visit one of many nearby chili parlors to try out the city’s famous recipe, a sauce-like version that typically includes seasonings such as cinnamon and cloves.