What are the rooms like at The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland?

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Bob Driehaus

At The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland, the 405-square-foot standard deluxe rooms are exceptionally spacious for a downtown luxury hotel. You’ll have room to stretch out. The rooms are decorated in muted cream, gold and tan, with light-colored wood furniture. You’ll see unexpected pops of color in several places, like orange-striped throw pillows on the tan tufted beds and a dark aquamarine armchair. Full marble baths include showers and tubs, and the Cleveland hotel provides 24-hour room service and in-room honor bars. Rooms have views of Lake Erie, the Cuyahoga River or downtown.
The best room, of course, is the 1,063-square-foot presidential suite. It features a sitting room, dining room table, prep kitchen, whirlpool bath and, like all of the luxury hotel’s suites, a corner location with sweeping views. Regardless of the accommodations you book, all rooms come with turndown service, wireless Internet connectivity, complimentary overnight shoe shines and newspapers.

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