Modern Day Cincinnatian - Traditional in atmosphere and service, The Cincinnatian Hotel captures the warmth and gracious artistry of the turn of the century.
Modern amenities and conveniences ensure an additional element of comfort and style.
The Cincinnatian Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and remains the only small luxury hotel in the city.
Guest Rooms: Our 174 guest rooms reflect a warm residential atmosphere. Guest quarters boast armoires, spacious dressing rooms, inviting sitting areas and writing desks. Guest rooms feature oversized Roman tubs, terryrobes, a second telephone, in-room safe, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, remote control television, AM/FM clock radio, and mini-bar.
Suites: Suites provide exceptional space for entertaining and business. The parlors, furnished as private living rooms, are joined by one or two bedrooms.
Junior Suites: Oversized rooms with many windows, living areas, and some with balconies.
Presidential Suite: Luxury - The Grandest Suite of all, The Emery Presidential. Thomas and Joseph Emery were the brothers who had the vision of a luxurious three-to-four dollar hotel. Their vision opened on September 5, 1882 as The Palace Hotel, now The Cincinnatian Hotel. Includes:* Two Whirlpool Baths* Towel Warmer in Master Bath* Lady's and Gentleman's dressing areas and vanities in master bath.Warm tones of steamed beech wood accent stately marble and granite throughout The Presidential Suite. This is a two-bedroom, two and 1/2 bathroom suite with a living room and dining area. Two fireplaces, a wet bar, whirlpools and a surround sound stereo system add to the list of comforts.