We arrived on a Sunday afternoon and had booked a two bedroom condo. Upon our arrival we were greeted a very helpful and informative staff.During the check in process we were upgraded to a penthouse condo at no extra charge,which included two floors. There was 2 bedrooms with 2 baths upstairs. The living area with full kitchen and 1/2 bath downstairs. The patio was 24×24 overlooking the city. The floors were a little dirty but nothing terrible. I will definitely stay again.
The Hilton Netherland Plaza hotel has an interesting historical background. The Art Deco decor is exciting. The restaurant and bar are elegant. However the rooms (or a least ours) need(s) up grading. The room was small, the furniture was eclectic and dowdy, the A.C. and bathroom plumbing was noisy. The noise from neighboring rooms was disturbing (plumbing and talking). Following a long day of touring, we returned at 4:00 in the afternoon, ready for a nap - the room was still not cleaned.
However, I do want to compliment the very pleasant and accomodating staff!
My wife and I were going to a Red's game for our anniversary. We booked late, got a great deal and even a free upgrade--when they learned we were celebrating. Unfortunately, we had booked a KING room and got a room with 2 QUEENS in the upgrade. The room was fantastic but the sleeping arrangements could have been better. Also, we were told the new room would have a better view. We had brick walls outside our window.
That said, we'll definitely stay there again!
Traveller from Columbus
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Clean new close to everything in center of Cincinnati. Very good breakfast buffet. Parking is expensive. Either pay valet $25 a day or put money in the meters out around the hotel. Parking was our only negative.
Cincinnati is a major sports town. The Cincinnati Reds (baseball) play at the Great American Ballpark and the Cincinnati Bengals (football) play at Paul Brown Stadium. An architecturally significant city, Carew Tower—an example of French art deco—is Cincinnati's tallest building. The Cincinnati Art Museum houses a fascinating collection of works from all over the world.