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Cincinnati Marriott Northeast

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Cincinnati Marriott Northeast

We are the closest Marriott hotel to Kings Island and The Beach Waterpark. At the heart of our hotel is the Marriott Greatroom; flexible spaces with a contemporary style and design, that allow guests to work and play in their own way. It’s the spot to meet, eat and relax.


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ClevelandOhio is home to the famous Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and it is a must-visit. Here you’ll see some of the most impressive collections of music memorabilia, including John Lennon’s guitar! The Rock Hall also showcases a number of temporary, traveling installations throughout the year, as well as live music concerts. Be sure to check out the website to see the different events and exhibits on display.

Food Culture

You could carve an entire day out of visiting Cleveland’s West Side Market. The indoor/outdoor market, which has been around for more than a century, is conveniently surrounded by the city’s hottest restaurants and breweries.

The Thurman Cafe has been a landmark in German Village since 1942. Opened by Nick Suclescy and passed on through the family, the restaurant has remained true to its roots. This restaurant is known for its oversized burgers and excessive toppings. Foodies are sure to enjoy spots all across the state.

For all donut (and beer) lovers out there you must stop by Brewnuts. All the doughnuts are made by hand in small batches, using no machines, and all have beer as an ingredient.

Exploring the Entertainment Districts

After checking into my stylish and newly renovated hotel room, I head to Fountain Square, just across from the hotel. The bustling square features casual and fine dining restaurants, an exciting nightlife and tons of fun entertainment options. It actually hosts more 300 events throughout the year! After exploring Fountain Square, I check out The Banks entertainment district nearby. With beautiful views of the Ohio River and neighboring Kentucky, the new development offers lots of cool restaurants and bars, several bike trails and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Located between the Reds and Bengals stadiums, The Banks is the perfect place to grab a drink after a game, enjoy live music at one of its scenic outdoor spaces or indulge in a delicious meal.

A City of Rock ‘n’ Roll!

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