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Designed by Joseph G. Steinkamp & Brother, the Neoclassical-styled Hotel Metropole opened in 1912 in downtown Cincinnati as a 10-story hotel. In 1924 an 11th floor penthouse apartment was added. In 1971 the building was converted to low-income housing with retail and restaurants on the first floor.
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I only stopped by momentarily to see the rooftop bar. It was very tranquil up there, with a decent view. I was told to try the gin and tonic but I wasn't able to stay long enough to place an order. It has been highly recommended to me though by a couple of friends who allegedly don't even like gin. Downstairs is also an art gallery, which is free to view and could be worth a visit by itself if that's something that interests you.
Casual but chic hotel, very friendly staff, convenient location. Double queen room is very spacious, particularly bathroom, great amenities. The only thing I don't like about it is there is no laundry room for their guests
My girlfriend and I stayed here overnight for a weekend getaway. Lovely accommodations and great view. The best part was definitely after our fancy dinner coming back and popping the champagne we brought, putting on robes and slippers, and walking through the gallery super relaxed. I honestly can't recommend that part enough. Also, front desk was great and service for things we needed was very polite and fast. Would absolutely come back!
How many hotels can you go to where the first two floors are an ART GALLERY? The rooms are also uniquely designed. Very cool place to stay while I was in town for a wedding.
21c Museum Hotel in Cincinnati was an amazing experience. I cannot compliment the staff enough. They were amazing and always very very helpful. The staff didn't hesitate to go above and beyond meeting my needs.
It is a bit expensive but the experience was well worth it. I like its location in Cincinnati, because of how close it is to the arenas and easy to get to some of the attractions such as the zoo and the Waterfront. Staying at the hotel was very nice. we enjoyed the art museum, the great food, and the friendly staff who were prompt and making sure our needs were met. They do include other things such a spa treatment packages and meal packages. If my review was helpful please like and thank you.
What a cool hotel! Lots of art here to take in. Very cool old building that has been transformed to a modern design. Staff goes out of their way to help. Incredible restaurant here too! Unlike any hotel I have stayed at. I will be back.
This was my first stay at a 21c (three day trip) and the hotel is amazing. I really enjoyed the art. Food was excellent at the restaurant, although a little limited in what they offered; both drink and food wise (but no real complaint). The room was clean, standard amenities, king with sitting area, but the bathroom was wonderful. Staff was helpful and cordial. The area of town is an odd mix of people but I was good with that too. My only complaint is the first shift housekeeping forgot our room two days in a row and the second shift turn down housekeeping had to do our room on the second day because I asked why it hadn't been done (second shift gets a gold star and our tip, but the hotel loses one for first shift).
Interesting way to spend 20 minutes. Clean environment, nice and quiet atmosphere. Intriguing art collection, no one to disturb you. It's not really what you would think when art museum comes to mind. Simply put, its art in various forms, using unique mediums to create their pieces. Different and unique
As a Cincinnati wedding photographer, I have had many couples get ready for their wedding day here. I love that the atmosphere and rooms are clean and bright. They even went above and beyond and allowed us to do a first look in an area we specifically asked for. I always recommend this to my couples as an option for wedding prep!