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Room was awesome, very high ceilings, gorgeous decor, comfy bed and pillows. Service was very good. I liked the seating areas in the lobby with the faux fur and the separate sections - very conducive to just hang and have a coffee or sit with...More
Checked-in and the general manager (Jack Olshan) had upgraded our reservation to a suite which was lovely!!! We are long-time Marriott members and rarely are treated like this! The attention to detail was spot-on....a very well-appointed room and well-stocked mini-refrigerator. Lively bar/lobby area was humming...More
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Response from HOT_COV_GM, General Manager at Hotel Covington Cincinnati RiverfrontResponded 24 June 2018
Thank you for your wonderful 5 star review. We are so glad you got to enjoy so many aspects of Hotel Covington. It brings a smile to my face and all that work here that you found our team to be so welcoming....More
I stayed here during a night when there were some issues, which required the building to be evacuated twice due to a nearby fire. It was mayhem, but I can't state how great the staff handled it. And even though the stay was not as...More
We really enjoyed our stay. The staff was friendly and helpful. They were quick to respond to a barking dog on our floor and found a quiet resolution. A great location, an easy walk to downtown Cincinnatii, wonderful restaurants nearby and major highways. Will stay...More
We booked in here at last minute for two nights and were very pleased with everything g about it. All the staff are very helpful, the food is excellent and the pricing makes it very good value for this standard I can say. We would...More
Hotel Covington embodies the transformation of a celebrated, century-old downtown building into a modern luxury hotel. Hotel Covington will appeal to business and leisure travelers accustomed to upscale ...Morehotels in primary markets seeking an authentic and locally influenced experience. The hotel draws inspiration from the local culture and cultivates a following through a sense of civic pride and exciting food & beverage. Hotel Covington will pull inspiration from its northern and southern sisters, but a cohesive mix of styles will ultimately lend individuality. A story will be told through regional and local sourcing, and will become the pulse of Covington and beyond: unique yet comfortable, casual yet refined, and timeless yet evolving. By reimagining the historically designated Coppin's Department Store, which was open from 1910 to 1977, into a 114-room hotel, this significant project is certain to become the springboard for development in Covington's downtown business district and will deliver urban renewal South of the riverfront developments. Less
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Response from HOT_COV_GM | Property representative |
Parking in our nearby garage is $10 per night for self parking, billed at each entry and exit or $12 for overnight valet parking with unlimited in & out privileges. Please let us know if we may be of further assistance.
If you're fit and up to it, it's probably 12-15 city blocks from the hotel across the beautiful and historic Roebling bridge over the Ohio River to the ballpark, but you'll enjoy the mostly level walk with scores of others... More
If you're fit and up to it, it's probably 12-15 city blocks from the hotel across the beautiful and historic Roebling bridge over the Ohio River to the ballpark, but you'll enjoy the mostly level walk with scores of others headed to the game. I lived in Covington for years and would not describe Madison Avenue back to the hotel after dark as "completely safe" but less risky than many other urban zones. Alone okay if you're male but best to have the buddy system at a minimum.