Cincinnatian Hotel

Cincinnatian Hotel The Cincinnatian Hotel is a registered historic building in Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, listed in the National Register on March 3, 1980.The Cincinnatian Hotel is a member of Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.HistoryBuilt in 1882, The Cincinnatian Hotel was designed as a “Grand Hotel” of the 19th century.

Originally named the Palace Hotel, the eight-story French Second Empire hotel was the tallest building in Cincinnati and designed by the same architect as Cincinnati’s Music Hall and City Hall. The Palace Hotel featured 300 guest rooms and a shared bathroom at either end of each corridor. The Palace hotel provided modern improvements such as electric lights and hydraulic elevators to its guests. T

Originally named the Palace Hotel, the eight-story French Second Empire hotel was the tallest building in Cincinnati and designed by the same architect as Cincinnati’s Music Hall and City Hall. The Palace Hotel featured 300 guest rooms and a shared bathroom at either end of each corridor. The Palace hotel provided modern improvements such as electric lights and hydraulic elevators to its guests. T

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601 Vine St
Cincinnati, OH
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