The Cincinnatian Hotel
Comfortable, contemporary accommodations in a landmark building.
This building was constructed in the French Second Empire style in 1882, in the tradition of America’s grand hotels. At the time, it had an elevator inside, a hitching post outside and was the tallest building in the city. Now its original 300 accommodations have been reduced to 146 guest rooms and suites that---unlike their precursors---have their own bath facilities. Balconies, Roman tubs and terrycloth robes are among the bounty you’ll find in the tastefully decorated rooms. They also have high-speed Internet access, data ports and voice mail. The pinnacle here is the Emery Presidential Suite, whose 1,300-square-feet contains two fireplaces and whirlpools. The helpful concierge is happy to take your requests before you arrive. Six private meeting rooms include the Maxwell Boardroom, ideal for executive dinners (book ahead, as it has Bose surround sound, a 42-inch Plasma monitor, a wet bar, and is popular with locals). The Palace restaurant features an eclectic contemporary menu; the Cricket Lounge is home to harp music in the afternoons and a jazz trio on the weekend.
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