Cleveland, Ohio

stay-truant-icons111Glendennis House
If you like your vacation spots homey and cozy, this is the place for you. Located in a National Historic Landmark home in Ohio City, a neighborhood on Cleveland’s near-west side, Glendennis House offers a private four-room suite for one group of guests at a time. They offer parking on site, and an organic breakfast brought to your room every morning. It’s within walking distance of the West Side Market, and a slew of great restaurants. Best of all, it’s on Bridge Avenue, one of the most charming residential streets in the city.
Glendennis Bed and Breakfast
2808 Bridge Avenue, Cleveland,Ohio 44113-3014
Phone: 216.589.0663
Email: glendennis@sbcglobal.net

Glendennis House

Glendennis House

Glidden House

When I was in college, I used to walk by Glidden House and dream of staying there. Located in a 1910 brick and stone mansion, it’s a reminder that Cleveland was once the home of Rockefellers and other captains of industry. The location is prime, within walking distance of University Circle and Little Italy, and across the street from Cleveland’s Frank Gehry building. I’d recommend booking one of the vintage suites located in the historic part of the building – the Francis Harrington Suite has a working fireplace, perfect for chilly winter nights.

1901 Ford Drive, Cleveland , Ohio  44106
Phone: 866-812-4537 | Fax: 216-231-2130
Email: info@gliddenhouse.com

Glidden House

Glidden House

Hyatt Regency Cleveland at The Arcade
If need to stay at a national chain, this is the one to pick. The Hyatt Regency Cleveland is located in The Grand Arcade, a five-story atrium that connects Superior and Euclid Avenues. When it was built as a connector for two office buildings in 1890, it was the largest atrium in the world and it was modeled after the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan. It’s still one of the more spectacular public spaces in the city.

Hyatt Regency Cleveland at The Arcade
420 Superior Avenue,
Cleveland, Ohio, USA 44114
Telephone: 216.575.1234

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