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In operation since 1882, the Cincinnatian Hotel is a downtown institution. Listed on the national Register of Historic Places, the Cincinnatian was one of the first hotels to have elevators.
A sedate 1882 French Second Empire–style hotel, the Cincinnatian offers contemporary elegance along with gracious personal service. Full review →
The accommodations are lovingly maintained and incorporate modern technology, like Internet access and multi-line telephones. Furnishings lean toward the contemporary. Full review →
This building was constructed in the French Second Empire style in 1882, in the tradition of America's grand hotels. Full review →
The Cincinnatian is in a magnificent 1882 Victorian building; the spacious rooms have fluffy towels, silk-soft sheets and huge round bathtubs. Full review →
Beyond its limestone exterior is a luxury boutique hotel with modern decor and a skylit atrium, yet Old-World service remains a trademark.
Housed within a late-19th-century building, the Cincinnatian Hotel is a small, upper-middle-range historic property in the heart of downtown. Full review →
Every plate is like a “work of art” at this “beautiful”, “top-of-the-line” Downtown New American in the Cincinnatian Hotel Full review →