I loved the location & stayed in a one bedroom suite! Which was very large, but with limited amount of places to store; clothing, items. With large windows the temperature in the bathroom was hard to get up past 60 & therefor I never did enjoy a bath, because it was too cold. The food via room service was hit/miss. Staff for room service/door were great! Front desk was difficult & had no idea how to handle a FedX request? The room was clean, bed & chairs were comfy!
Traveller from SCV, CA
Located in Gateway District, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cleveland Arcade, Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist …More
What an awesome experience in the heart of Cleveland! Hotel is within a couple blocks of excellent restaurants and a downtown casino.
Staff were friendly and helpful, always smiling.
Hotel is a the former Board of Education Building built in 1930 and was unique. Lots of marble, tall ceilings and great views of downtown.
Overall, I highly recommend this hotel
Traveller from Bath, NY
Located in Downtown Cleveland, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cleveland Mall, Quicken Loans Arena, and Rock and …More
I was only there for one quick night. I don't think I would have stayed longer. It was clean, but run down and a bit depressing. Old carpets...you know, the kind you don't dare to walk on barefoot. The people were very nice with check in and all but the breakfast left a lot to be desired. I ended up driving through McDonald's. So it's okay if you just need a place to sleep after visiting Cleveland sites, but I wouldn't stay more than one night and especially not with family. It was okay for the price.
Traveller from NH
Situated in Middleburg Heights, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Baldwin Wallace College and within 6 mi (10 km) of …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.