Cleveland Hotel Reviews

From luxury resorts and business-savvy lodging to quaint bed-and-breakfasts and designer boutique properties, GAYOT's Cleveland hotels feature accommodations for every budget, style and mood.

The Brownstone Inn Downtown

3649 Prospect Ave. (E 36th St.) Cleveland OH 44115 U.S.

This 1874 townhouse is Cleveland’s only downtown bed-and-breakfast.

Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Center

127 Public Sq. (Rockwell Ave.) Cleveland OH 44114 U.S.

The tallest building between New York and Chicago, within walking distance of numerous attractions.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cleveland Downtown - Lakeside

1111 Lakeside Ave. (E 12th St.) Cleveland OH 44114 U.S.

Convenient to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Cleveland Browns Stadium.

Glidden House

1901 Ford Dr. (Juniper Rd.) Cleveland OH 44106 U.S.

A stylish, well-appointed mansion-turned-boutique hotel.

Hampton Inn Cleveland-Downtown

1460 E 9th St. (Superior Ave. E) Cleveland OH 44114 U.S.

A popular destination for budget-minded travelers in downtown’s busiest district.

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cleveland – Downtown

629 Euclid Ave. (E 6th St.) Cleveland OH 44115 U.S.

A clean and comfortable stay with plenty of charm at a bargain price.

Hyatt Regency Cleveland at The Arcade

420 E Superior Ave. (E 6th St.) Cleveland OH 44114 U.S.

A National Historic Landmark in one of Cleveland’s popular entertainment arcades.

The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake

4888 North Broadway (State Rte. 534) (State Rte. 531) Geneva-on-the-Lake OH 44041 U.S.

Bike and wine trails entice visitors staying at this friendly, lakefront lodge.

Renaissance Cleveland Hotel

24 Public Sq. (W Superior Ave.) Cleveland OH 44113 U.S.

Cleveland’s original grand hotel welcomes celebrity guests, society weddings and tony travelers.

The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland

1515 W. 3rd St. (West Huron Rd.) Cleveland OH 44113 U.S.

Bringing a cosmopolitan vibe to a distinctly Midwest town.

Wyndham Cleveland at Playhouse Square

1260 Euclid Ave. (E 13th St.) Cleveland OH 44115 U.S.

A hot ticket in the second-largest performing arts district in the nation.