I had no idea that downtown Cleveland had so many historic buildings, monuments and various fountains just a couple of blocks from Lake Eire. It has many open park like areas and it is a wonderful place to to walk around and enjoy bits of history. There are many hotels in restored historic buildings as well as very large modern ones. I would like to return and spend more time there.
Traveller from Louisville, KY
Located in the heart of Cleveland, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cleveland Mall, Quicken Loans Arena, and Rock and …More
Stayed there for 2 nights. Staff seemed fine in my limited interaction. Room was ok, but seemed a little dated. Bed was comfortable. Room was clean. Overall I would rate it a 4, although at $200 a night it could have been a little nicer. But the cost is probably higher due to its location across the street from the baseball and basketball stadiums.
Traveller from Chicago
This Cleveland hotel is across the street from Quicken Loans Arena, one block from Progressive Field, four blocks from Tower …More
We had a good time right around the corner from our sons apartment. It's just down the block from Cleveland Playhouse. It is easy to get to 4th restaurants on the trolley or short walk. Some staff ( like the guy who helped us with our luggage) were friendly and helpful. The desk staff (woman) could use some improvement. The parking is expensive and you don't have access to get something out of the car once parked. There is other parking cheaper and closer.
Traveller from florida
Adjacent to the theater district and four blocks from Lake Erie, this 13-story hotel overlooks PlayhouseSquare.More
A former industrial powerhouse on the southern edge of Lake Erie, Cleveland is known today for its service economy. It is also home to Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame. The Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) play at Quicken Loans Arena and the Cleveland Indians (AL) at Progressive Field – both venues are downtown. Art lovers flock to the Cleveland Museum of Art in the nearby University Circle neighborhood.