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Cincinnati, OH Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 69
Total Sleeping Rooms 9,125
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 872
Committable Meeting Rooms* 40
Convention Center Space 750,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 200,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 40,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $136
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $69
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $148
*Maximum for a single hotel

Cincinnati, OH Things to Do and Attractions

BB Riverboats

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With its fleet of three paddle-wheelers — the Belle of Cincinnati, the Mark Twain, and the River Queen — BB Riverboats provides a variety of breathtaking public and private cruises on the beautiful Ohio River from Memorial Day to Labor

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Cincinnati Art Museum

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The Cincinnati Art Museum in Eden Park is considered to be among the top four art museums in the country. Its collections number more than 80,000 works and span over 6,000 years of world civilization. Some of the museum's unique exhibits include the

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Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

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A Beaux Arts architectural treasure, the 1933 Union Terminal's centerpiece is a 10-story-high rotunda, which is decorated with kaleidoscopic swirls of yellow, gold, and orange and accentuated by bold bands of silver and historical murals around its

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Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

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Dating back to 1875, the Cincinnati Zoo is the nation's second-oldest zoo and the city's top attraction. Guests can see over 500 animal species and 3,000 plant varieties, including the newest exhibit, Giraffe Ridge, which features a raised viewing

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Eden Park

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Home to more cultural attractions than any other city park, this pastoral 186-acre oasis is a major center of Cincinnati cultural life. The Elsinore Arch, modeled after Elsinore Castle in Hamlet, was built in 1883 to commemorate a Shakespeare

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Fountain Square

For most locals, Fountain Square is the heart of downtown Cincinnati. The flagship of the city's spectacular $2 billion revitalization, Fountain Square brings to mind Rockefeller Plaza with its ambience, ice-skating rink, and annual Christmas

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Great American Ball Park

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The rich history of America's first professional baseball franchise is evident as fans enter the new Great American Ball Park through Crosley Terrace. A nostalgic reminder of Crosley Field, the Cincinnati Reds' previous home, the entranceway is

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Jack Cincinnati Casino

A first-class property offering nearly 33,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space, Jack Cincinnati Casino has two large, configurable venues that can be divided into as many as 11 individual rooms; its largest is a 19,000-square-foot

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Kings Island Amusement Park

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About 30 minutes from Cincinnati, Kings Island Amusement Park is one the world's most famous parks, garnering accolades such as the best theme park in the Midwest. Over 80 rides, including 14 roller coasters, populate the park, and admission also

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National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

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One of the nation's greatest monuments to personal bravery, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center comprises three buildings (symbolizing courage, cooperation, and perseverance). With spectacular river views, soaring architecture, and the

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Newport Aquarium

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Crossing over Cincinnati's Purple People Bridge into Kentucky, guests can check out one of the main attractions at the city of Newport's Riverwalk: the nationally ranked Newport Aquarium. The excitement begins with a big splash when visitors walk in

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Boca

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Tucked behind a striking red door, the elegant Boca marries Italian and French flavors in its chef-driven cuisine. Boca's gorgeous interior is a blend of contemporary European and American design with rustic touches — the perfect backdrop for

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Sotto

A traditional Italian trattoria in the heart of the business district, Sotto specializes in homemade, fresh pasta, such as short rib cappellacci with shallot, Amish butter, and thyme, served in a casually romantic ambience with plenty of stylish

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Nada

This vibrant downtown spot serves delicious contemporary Mexican fare in both its spirited interior and seasonal outdoor area. From its citrus-marinated chicken and corn enchiladas to its grilled adobo rubbed pork chop with orange habanero demi,

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Metropole

Offering a contemporary take on old-world fireplace cooking, Metropole in the 21c Museum Hotel serves an ever-changing menu that takes advantage of regional ingredients. Warmth abounds in its architectural interior, which features contemporary

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Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse

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A place to see and be seen, Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse is modeled after the 1940s-era French art-deco steakhouses of New York City, right down to its period artwork and lighting. Vibrant, upscale, and high-energy, Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse serves an

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Jean-Robert’s Table

The perfect blend of contemporary flavors and culinary tradition, Jean-Robert's Table serves sumptuous French fare in a casually elegant space. It's here that you can sup on such creations as roulade of sole with light lobster sauce, asparagus,

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Christian Moerlein Lager House

A working microbrewery producing storied craft beers and restaurant crafting fare that recalls 19th-century beer gardens, Christian Moerlein Lager House also serves up great views from its Smale Riverfront Park setting. Happily, many of the eatery's

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Zula

This eclectic spot flawlessly pairs its unique cuisine with its extensive wine, craft beer, and cocktail options. Thirsty foodies can dine on a variety of hot and cold bites, artisan flatbreads, and internationally inspired mussels utilizing Thai,

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Over-the-Rhine Entertainment District

Nearly $100 million has been invested into Cincinnati's oldest neighborhood since 2006, creating a popular entertainment district packed with locally owned restaurants, bars, and shops. The dining options include wood-fired pizzas at A Tavola,

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The Precinct

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Consistently chosen as Cincinnati's best place for steaks, The Precinct gets its name from its location in a former police station. An outstanding example of 1901 Romanesque architecture, the turreted, red-brick structure is on the National Register

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