Spanning 50 miles along the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland has transformed itself from an industrial hub of the American Midwest to a model of urban chic. From fabulous restaurants to a lively arts scene and thriving wine industry, our Holiday Inn Express® Cleveland hotels will put you close to it all.
Ohio’s most populous city is home to the world-renowned Cleveland Museum of Art, the ever-popular Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo & the RainForest - not to mention, theme parks, several Zagat-rated restaurants, fascinating public art projects and up-and-coming galleries. You could spend months, if not your entire Cleveland hotel stay, discovering this cultural gem. Whether you’re in town for business or leisure, be sure to set aside ample time for sight-seeing and city exploration!
You’ll defiantly want to stop by the Playhouse Square Center. Second only in size to New York City's Lincoln Center, you can watch art unfold on stage at one of five stunning 1920s-era theaters that host everything from Broadway tours to ballet. Of course, you can always rock out at one of the city's great concert venues. Our Cleveland hotels are ideally situated near the popular House of Blues and Beachland Ballroom and Tavern.
Thanks to the more urban appeal of the city, Cleveland’s wine makers are finally getting some of the recognition they deserve. Ohio’s rolling wine country is a mere 50 miles away, and many of these vinyards are turning out some superb wines that have won numerous awards, helping put Cleveland on the map as a place for an indulgent retreat.
With one of the five Great Lakes at your fingertips, as well as lush parks and dozens of public golf courses, outdoor enthusiasts will have plenty to do. If you’re here on business, our Cleveland hotels are close to top companies like Eaton Corporation, Forest City Enterprises, Sherwin-Williams Company and KeyCorp, to name a few.
Hotel is in a beautifully restored old building! Perfect location for walking to downtown Cleveland venues. Rooms are very large, all hardwood floors and giant windows. Self parking was easy, garage[More]
is right next to hotel. Ladies working the breakfast in the morning kept the area clean and stocked. My only problem was due to the hardwood floors there was a big gap under the door to the room adjoining ours and we could hear everything the very loud group of ladies next door were saying [Less]
My mom and I stayed at this hotel after traveling to Cleveland to see the final opening weekend game between the Tribe and the Detroit Tigers. We chose this hotel because of its price and proximity[More]
to public transit (we took the train down to Tower City instead of parking downtown). Check in was quick and painless, and the room was was clean and comfortable with the exception of the pillows; I made the mistake of not bringing my own, so that one is on me. Their pool area was closed, which was unfortunate because we were looking forward to spending time there, but my mom said the bar/lounge was nice and attentive when she went down in the evening after we got back; they were also reasonably priced compared to what we spent downtown. [Less]