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Great Wolf Lodge Mason Star Rating 4        
2501 Great Wolf Drive

Within 0.6 miles of Kings Island water park, this amusement park-focused resort is 1.1 miles from Dinosaurs Alive! amusement park.
Howard Johnson Inn Cincinnati Star Rating 2        
400 Glensprings Drive

Unfussy hotel with modest rooms & suites, free continental breakfast & Wi-Fi, plus an outdoor pool...
Knights Inn Lebanon (Ohio) Star Rating 2        
725 East Main Street

Unassuming budget property featuring simple rooms, an outdoor pool & free continental breakfast...
Cincinnati Marriott Northeast Star Rating 3        
9664 Mason Montgomery Road

This upscale hotel off I-71 is 3.6 miles from Chateau Laroche museum and 5.2 miles from Kings Island amusement park.
Hyatt Place Cincinnati Northeast Star Rating 3        
5070 Natorp Blvd

This unfussy hotel is 3.8 miles from Chateau Laroche museum and 4.9 miles from Kings Island amusement park.
Sonesta ES Suites Cincinnati Blue Ash Star Rating 3        
11401 Reed Hartman Highway

This traditional all-suites hotel is 3.2 miles from the Heritage Village Museum, and 9.6 miles from Kings Island amusement park.
Embassy Suites Hotel Cincinnati Northeast Blue Ash Star Rating 3        
4554 Lake Forest Drive

This traditional all-suite hotel with a plant-filled atrium is 1.5 miles from I-71 and a 10.2-mile drive from Kings Island's amusement park.
Staybridge Suites West Chester Star Rating 3        
8955 Lakota Drive West

This streamlined, all-suite hotel off I-75 is 5 miles from Heritage Village Museum, 6 miles from Sharon Woods Golf Course and 10 miles from Kings Island amusement park.Straightforward studio to 2-bedroom suites come with full kitchens, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and DVD players.Parking and laundry facilities are complimentary.
La Quinta Inn & Suites Cincinnati Sharonville Star Rating 3        
11029 Dowlin Drive

This straightforward suburban lodging off I-75 is a 3.3-mile drive from Sharon Woods Park and a 10.9-mile drive from the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.
Courtyard by Marriott Cincinnati Midtown Rookwood Star Rating 3        
3813 Edwards Road

This straightforward roadside hotel is 3.1 miles from Ault Park and 4.9 miles from the Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati.
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Cincinnat is located on the border between Ohio and Kentucky and is the third largest city in Ohio. The Ohio River sits to the south and separates Cincinnati from Kentucky. It has a strong German influence that can be seen throughout the city especially in the food and cultural institutions. The 19th century architecture in the downtown area is a must-see and there are many other attractions that bring tourists into the city. Major Attractions A BB Riverboat experience on the Ohio River at sunset is a stunning way to see the Cincinnati skyline. Tours offer views of the Carew Tower and other Cincinnati landmarks; or one can take a pirate-themed fun, historic cruises, with lunch, dinner, and all day sightseeing options available. One can see the oldest team in baseball; the Cincinnati Reds play at the Great American Ball Park. With 81 regular season home games, it is truly an all-American experience. The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is also housed in the same area and one can look at memorabilia, play in interactive pitching and hitting areas, tour the broadcast booth, dugout, and Crosley Terrace, and explore the gift shop. The Paul Brown Stadium is one of the hottest places in town during football season. Just west of the Great American Ballpark is this first class facility that is a must-see. The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal houses the Cincinnati History Museum, the Science and the Cinergy Children's Museum, and the Museum of Natural History. There are almost 4000 signs at the American Sign Museum where a vintage American past can be seen through collected signs including those from McDonalds, Elby's Big Boy, and Ford. One must make advance appointments for tours. cincinnati ohioThe National Underground Railroad Freedom Center showcases the famous secret network where enslaved individuals found freedom. During slavery, Kentucky was a slave state, while Ohio was a free state. The area is ripe with history and how the Ohio River aided in transporting people across into freedom. Restaurants and Notable Foods At least two foods need to be highlighted that are defined truly as "Cincinnatian": Chili and Goetta. Cincinnati is the chili capital of the world and has more chili restaurants than anywhere else in the world. The other notable food is Goetta, a breakfast sausage mixed with oatmeal and then fried. Because of the German influence in the city, many restaurants also specialized in schnitzels and Bavarian dishes. Some popular restaurant choices include: Skyline Chili was rated "Cincinnati's Finest" by Cincinnati Magazine it has a chili recipe that has been passed down for generations. Soho serves up authentic Japanese dishes included sushi and grilled dishes. The hibachi menu of items is prepared in front of guests. Primavista is a traditional Italian restaurant and also provides a spectacular view of the Cincinnati skyline and the Ohio River. Jeff Ruby's Precinct is located in an old police headquarters. Big cuts of beef, fine wine, fresh seafood and an exceptional menu of sides make this place a local favorite. Shopping cincinnati ohioThere are many shopping malls, national known retailors, antique shops, and specialty stores in the Cincinnati area. Here are a few fun and well-known places to shop:

Findlay Market

Lobsta Bakes of Maine

Jungle Jim's International Market is a gourmet food store with great cheese, deli meats, and bakery items. It also has foods, beer, and wines from around the world.

Miller Gallery shows a large collection of fine paintings that are for sale.

Arts, Architecture, and Entertainment The architecture throughout the city is fascinating. There is the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Fountain Square, Ingalls Building, Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, and the Isaac M. Wise Temple just to mention a few. The arts are also important in the city, and one should not miss the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Cincinnati Music Hall, or the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. Two other places to note include:

Carew Tower stands at 574 feet and is the tallest in Cincinnati. Erected in 1931 in Art Deco design, tourists rise to the 49th floor to look out over the observation deck at the Ohio River, the city, and Kentucky. The tower also has many shops and restaurants.

The Cincinnati Art Museum offers an impressive collection of works that span over 6000 years. There are dozens of galleries featuring local artists and renowned artists such as Van Gogh, Picasso, and Rembrandt. There are free tours Tuesday through Friday at 1:00. The Terrace Cafe is also a great place to eat cheese truffles or a roasted beet salad.

Cincinnati is a great place to visit. From family fun to architecture to the many places to shop and eat, it is a city that one must have a few days in to truly enjoy all that it has to offer.