Home of the NFL’s Bengals and the MLB’s Reds, 75 golf courses, incredible shopping, The Horseshoe Casino and fantastic restaurants, one trip just isn’t enough. Cincinnati has been reborn, making it the perfect destination for meetings, conventions or family getaway.
Located in the heart of downtown, Fountain Square is a restaurant and entertainment hub. It plays hosts to never-ending activities and events year-round and has signature restaurants such as Rock Bottom Brewery and McCormick & Schmick’s. Need a little exercise after an ice cream cone at Graeter’s? Make sure to take a spin around the U.S. Bank Ice Rink.
Just to the north of Fountain Square is the Backstage District, featuring the Arnoff Center for the Arts and the 21c Museum Hotel, which was voted the #1 hotel in the country by Conde Nast Traveler. 21c Museum Hotel houses several outstanding collections as well as traveling exhibits.
Ready to take a chance? Horseshoe Casino, operated by Caesar’s Entertainment, opened in 2013. It boasts 87 table games, 2,000 of the newest slot machines and 31-table World Series of Poker room. The Horseshoe Casino also has the highest table limits around. After trying your luck at the tables, try one of the many restaurants The Horseshoe has to offer. Or check at the live entertainment in the indoor pavilion or the outdoor venue. The Horseshoe is also home of the newest nightlife hot spot, Rock Bar & Lounge.
Make sure you check out phase one of the new entertainment district, The Banks, located between the Reds and Bengals Stadiums. Offering a wealth of exciting retailers and restaurants, The Banks received the 2013 National Planning Excellence Award.
What better way to wrap up your trip to Cincinnati than its oldest historic neighborhood, Over-the-Rhine? Not only does Over the Rhine have all of the eateries and shopping you could possibly want, it is also home of the Cincy Brewery District. This district is the largest collection of pre-Prohibition architecture. Numerous tours are offered year-round, letting you explore breweries, cellars and underground tunnels.