Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown

1100 Carnegie Ave, Cleveland, Ohio, 44115, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 1100 Carnegie Ave, Cleveland, is near Jacobs Field, Playhouse Square Center, Allen Theatre, and Gund Arena.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown

    Upscale feel

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    Stayed just one night. Everything was perfect Bokked through the Hilton web site, got a value price. Room was spotless, and very quite. The staff were very pleasant and effiencent Would definetly stay here again.

    Got a great deal!

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    I booked this through hotwire (my first time using the site), i got the room for $54 + tax and i was SO happy with the hotel, it was much nicer than i thought it would be, i would have expected to pay about $100 a night.

    Hotel: Very very nice, clean, lobby was nice. Good food at the hotel restaurant (kind of pricy but usual for a hotel), nice bar, the workout facilities were better than ive seen at most hotels. The pool was nice.

    Room: Very clean, the bathroom had marble counter and massage shower head, neutrogena bath products, nice comfortable bed (allthough the pillows were really squishy), great view of Jacob's field. Microwave and fridge were great.

    Location, right in downtown across the street from Jacob's field (where the Indians play), we walked to Rock and Roll hall of fame it was about a mile.

    Problems: The only reason this hotel didnt get 5 stars i because you have to pay $14 a night to park, and they dont tell you that when you check in! I was very upset about that. The only other thing i didnt like about this was not the hotels fault. Downtown Cleveland has a lot of homeless people begging for money, on our walk down the the RRHF we must have passed 20! Besides that, all the buildings around the hotel are closed up banks and office buildings, you have to drive a ways to get to anything that is open like shopping areas.

    Great Stay

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    My son and I stayed there this July; we took the RTA from the airport to Gateway Center and it was about a fifteen minute walk to the Hotel. The staff was very helpful; room was very nice, great location. The hotel is a very short walk to Jacobs Field and about a fifteen minute walk to Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame. If and when we go back we will definitely stay there again

    Good for Girls Night Out

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    I've stayed here about 6 times. I would definately recommend. It is convienent, quiet (even when a youth group was staying there) very clean, and the staff is friendly. Only thing is whenever I try to use the hot tub in the pool area, there are usually kids playing in it.

    Great Getaway!!

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    The front desk staff was outstanding!!!!! Very nice and courteous!!

    Evening service in the restaurant needed improvement. Had to get up and ask for steak sauce. She never came back to the table after serving our food and we were the only people in the restaurant. Didn't speak english very well. The food wasn't that good. Potato tasted like it had been baked a few times, it was brown. Steak was good around edges, but inside tasted bad. This was disappointing, since we didn't want to leave hotel to go out to eat. Thought would have been better. Morning service was great, he was very attentive. But some food needed improvement. Hash browns tasted like last nights potato. The stay was great.

    Great Getaway

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    Chose this hotel because of it's proximity to CSU Convocation Centre - went to see Dr. Phil! Room was fabulous - spotless, comfy beds, sparkling bathroom and it was great to have a small fridge and microwave. Staff were very friendly. Booked one night and stayed 2.

    Would return in a heartbeat!

    Top-shelf hotel with amazing staff!

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    This is an awesome property in an extremely convenient location. The staff was flawless, suggesting some great take-out restaurants for late night dining, and responding to our requests promptly and efficiently. We picked the hotel because of its proximity to the Warehouse District clubs. We were very pleased that the cab fare was less than $5. We found a great rate through the Hilton web-page. Highly recommended!

    A Hit at the Hilton

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    Great Hotel, We stayed at this hotel 3 times since it opened a few years ago and each time its been Fabulous! It's in a great location to All of cleveland's professional teams facilities. 2 Great sports bars in walking distance of this hotel. The desk help is always kind and helpful.

    Nice hotel, great location!!

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    The hotel is a brand-new property located on the edge of downtown Cleveland (a $5.00 taxi ride from restaurants and bars; walking distance to the pro baseball and basketball venues). The rooms are clean and relatively spacious, and the bar downstairs is a hip little spot for a few quick drinks to start the evening. The hotel is hard to beat for the price and location.

    Great Place

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    We were apprehensive about our stay in Cleveland due to the fact we had just experienced the "Blackout of 2003". I called and checked with the hotel in the morning and was assured that everything was running as normal. It was, and the front desk staff was polite and helpful, the rooms and pool area were very clean and attractive. The service we received at the hotel and the next morning in the restaurant area was superb. I would recommend this place to anyone.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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