Roadside Assistance Destination of the Day

If you are in town on business with P&G or GE, you are likely staying at the Cincinnatian. The choice of visiting celebrities and a Cincinnati Landmark, the Cincinnatian is only blocks away from two major stadiums and the lively Ohio riverfront.


Old-world luxuries meet modern conveniences at The Cincinnatian Hotel. This grand, historic hotel, originally built in 1882 as The Palace, has long stood guard over the city. It was designed by the same architects who completed City Hall and the Music Hall, and the building’s French Second Empire architecture remains impressive to this day.

Though the original hotel had 300 rooms, in later years that number was reduced to 146 rooms and seven suites, allowing for more comfort and space to meet the demands of modern travelers. The interiors are classically elegant, and the guest rooms and suites reflect the hotel’s pride in its heritage. Sophisticated travelers have made The Cincinnatian their home-away-from-home for decades, and many of the city’s residents and businesspeople dine in the hotel’s restaurants. The Palace Restaurant, awarded a Mobil Three-Star rating, offers fine dining, while more casual fare may be enjoyed at The Cricket Lounge. Afternoon tea is a hotel, and city, tradition.

The Cincinnatian appeals to a diverse clientele. Business travelers often book the hotel because of its convenient downtown location, as well as its in-room high-speed Internet, professional concierge service, and prestigious address. The restaurants are perfect for brokering deals or conducting one-on-one meetings, and the six private function rooms are ideal for hosting corporate events.

This genteel hotel doesn’t speak to business travelers alone, however. Its pampering services and refined style catch the eye of leisure travelers, too. The hotel is just right for a romantic weekend or getaway, yet it is also a comfortable fit for single travelers. Families with young children won’t find many child-focused amenities, but the hotel’s great location and gracious service will make families feel right at home.
from the Mobil Travel Guide

One of the many benefits of your Auto Roadside Assistance Service membership is access to Exxon/Mobil Travel Guide’s services and discounts. In order to help you appreciate those services this blog will regularly feature one of the thousands of destinations that you can consider for your next vacation.

Posted on Monday, April 2nd, 2007 at 10:32 am In Roadside Assistance Program  

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