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We are home now (midnight last night) from our grand, and I do mean GRAND Alaskan adventure. I'm sorry we didn't blog much while we were gone. When we weren't having a TON of fun, we were exhausted and sleeping or we didn't have Internet access! The weather was (unusual ...
Well, Gene and I made it to the airport and are waiting for our flight to board. My sister Cheryl picked us up at home and brought us here and she will get us when we arrive back to Cincy. We found out we could check in 2 bags for free. That was a bonus, so we each have just 1 carry on. We weighed our bags at home. Good thing we did because my bag weighed 53 lbs and Gene's was 47 lbs. Over ...
... about. Afterwards there will be a question and answer session. This will be the 5th time Gene and I have been to Liuzhou teaching English to high school students. We have gone every other year since 2005. In years past we were there for a few weeks in the summer and stayed with host families. This time we will be there for a semester and live on campus in an apartment. We leave ...
This time next week we'll be at the airport ready to begin our "Great Alaskan Adventure". We are packin', packin' and packin' & trying to figure out what to take on the land tour and what to take on the ship tour. But we are so excited we can hardly see straight! Be talkin' to you soon.
Bev, Nay & Jan
... in center field. All MLB yards must have a dark area there so that the batter can see the white ball coming toward them. Most parks have something dark green out there, but the black windows of the riverboat restaurant are an interesting touch. There are two large power stacks next to the riverboat that explode with fireworks and balls of fire when Reds players hit home runs or strike out opposing batters. The ...
Historical Traveler Reviews Terrace Hotel Cincinnati
Booked this hotel on hotwire for $75 with taxes and fees. We were going to a Reds game and wanted a place to stay downtown. Valet parking was full so we parked in a garage that was down a short alley to the hotel. Nine bucks to park overnight. Went in, went to 8th floor to check in. Check in was quick and staff was courteous.
We stayed two days mid-week to attend a Reds baseball game and the Cincinnati Opera. The hotel is very convenient to both. A short walk to the ballpark. A short auto ride to the Opera. There are also many fine restaurants within walking distance.
Not so great. Room was dirty. Closet door was broken.
Room was dirty. I found half eaten remains of a chicken wing on the window sill... Need I say more?
This hotel is disgusting. We got terrible bedbug bites and welts all over our bodies. We were not alone either. There was a group of people talking at the elevator trying to determine how they received so many bites when they had not even been outside. We all stayed on the same floor and we all came to the conclusion that we all had bedbug bites. The manager did comp our room but what about taking care of all those nasty bedbugs? It appeared to us that he was not shocked by the situation.
I would actually give this hotel 2 1/2 stars instead of 2, but that wasn't a choice.
It Has a Great Location
At one time you can tell that this hotel was probably beautiful. But now it is a bit rundown and is in need of some repair and upkeep. The best part of this hotel is the location! We went for a concert and decided to make it an extended weekend. From the hotel we were in walking distance of great restaurants, bars, and shopping...You could even walk to the stadium(s) if you were up to it. The front desk staff is friendly and helpful, but the maid service could be better. If you are on a budget and know that you just need a place to sleep and bathe this is a perfect hotel.
Location, Location, Location
Quiet, Comfortable and Customer Friendly
I booked the Terrace Hotel prior to reading the reviews posted. I was a little concerned, but when we arrived I was pleasantly surprised. The hotel lobby was very clean and the front desk personnel were very friendly and accommodating. The room was an average room, but was clean and comfortable. In fact, the bed was more comfortable than ones I have had in more expensive hotels. We happened to speak with the sales manager that evening and she told us that the hotel was originally going to be closed, but new owners have decided to make some changes and update the common areas and the rooms. I thought the price we paid ($89.00 + taxes - AAA rate) was great for a downtown hotel.
I will definitely rebook this hotel on my next visit to Cincy.
Stay away ROACHES in Room
Checked into this dump went to room filthy, ugly,rundown, When i checked bathroom saw very large roach in tub. That was enough checked out went somewhere else Stay at your own risk no kidding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Worst hotel ever
Nothing but problems. Air conditioner broken and I was told "open the window". It is hard to do when you have a 2 year old who might climb out the window and fall 16 stories. We were told that the A/C system is old it takes about "24 hours" to cool off. PLEASE AVOID THIS HOTEL. Room is also dirty. One step above a roach motel. I am surprised you don't have the option to pay by the hour!!!!! Are there any worse ratings than "Terrible"?
This hotel is very nice. It is centrally located and inexpensive. We paid $40 per night on priceline and it was worth every penny. No, it is not a 4 star hotel and everything is not perfect. BUT, they beds and the rooms were clean, secure, and well appointed. The only negatives were that the pillows were not the most comfortable and the shower could have been hotter.