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We arrived at night, and there was only one clerk working. Long line waiting, and the lobby temperature was hot. The clerk was nice. The hallways and rooms were also hot. But we cranked the AC on, and it cooled the room down fairly fast....More
Arrived at the hotel and upon check-in, Mr. Patel (front desk) told me that I scheduled a smoking room. I was surprised and told him that I wanted a non-smoking room. He immediately changed my room to a non-smoking and said mistakes happen. I probably...More
Stayed here overnight recently while in town to see the LA Dodgers play the Reds. As expected, staying here worked out well. Even though the hotel is located up in the northeast off I-71 just outside the 275 ring road (and therefore sees mostly business...More
Stayed here Friday August 21st for a one night stay while visiting Kings Island. The overall appearance of the place is very nice. They have recently updated the rooms, which was a plus. I was traveling solo and had a non smoking king bed. If...More
We found that this hotel was just as nice as the one at the park entrance for a lesser price. Staff is friendly, rooms are clean and comfortable. Breakfast is usual type but expected. Only a quick highway hop over to the park. We would...More
We did visit the underground railroad on our trip as well. It was about 15 minutes away from the hotel. And had many resturants and atractions near it. We ate at Pies & Pints which had great pizza and wings. And road bikes... More
We did visit the underground railroad on our trip as well. It was about 15 minutes away from the hotel. And had many resturants and atractions near it. We ate at Pies & Pints which had great pizza and wings. And road bikes & swings on the river walk which was awesome! All in walking distance of the underground railroad.