139 Rooms / 7 Suites
Open since 1882, The Cincinnatian was one of the first hotels in the world to have elevators and incandescent lighting; it is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The accommodations are lovingly maintained and incorporate modern technology, like Internet access and multi-line telephones. Furnishings lean toward the contemporary, while some rooms feature balconies and fireplaces. The eight-story atrium of the Cricket Lounge serves afternoon tea and evening cocktails. The fine dining and impeccable service at the Palace restaurant make it one of the top tables in town.