Located at the outflow of Cuyahoga River into Lake Erie, Cleveland is the second largest city of Ohio. To the west of this city lie the Central Lowlands while the south is covered by the Appalachian Plateau. Home to a number of theaters and museums, the city of Cleveland has a strong cultural side to it. Industrialists such as Samuel Mather (transport and steel production) and John D. Rockefeller (Standard Oil Company) called Cleveland their home.
Visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum on your visit here if you are a music enthusiast. It is the most famous attraction that this city has to offer and was designed by I.M. Pei. The six floors of this museum house some of the rare items from the music industry such as ‘The Psychedelic Porsche’ sung by Janis Joplin or the manuscript of ‘Purple Haze’ written by Jimi Hendrix. If you love music, it will take you days to see all that this museum has on display. After all, this is where Rock and Roll industry honors its best artists.
Cleveland has something for everyone. The Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art and the Cleveland Museum of Art must be visited by art connoisseurs. If you are a history lover, pay a visit to the Cleveland Natural History Museum that has some outstanding exhibits. If you want to explore the theater scene in Cleveland, the Playhouse Square Center must be on your itinerary. Traveling with kids? Take them to the Cleveland Botanical Gardens or the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and they will surely be entertained.
You can also enjoy a number of outdoor activities on the waterfront on your visit to this city. There are numerous parks and beaches that line the landscape of northern Cleveland along Lake Erie. There are some Cleveland hotels that provide you with easy access to the waterfront as well as rooms with a lakefront view. If staying by Lake Erie is on your wish list, head to one of these Cleveland hotels.
Located just a few steps away from Lake Erie, the Ritz Carlton is a AAA four-diamond hotel. One of the finest hotels in this city, it has over 200 guestrooms that feature high speed Internet access, spacious work desks, marble baths, and views of the Cuyahoga River, downtown Cleveland, and Lake Erie. When you are a guest here, you can make use of facilities such as the indoor swimming pool, a fitness center that is open 24 hours, and an onsite lounge and restaurant. If you are a business traveler, take advantage of the business center or the 19,000 square feet of meeting and function space. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Quicken Loans Arena, and the Progressive Field are very close to this hotel. If you are looking for Cleveland hotels in the city center that offer luxury, you will not go wrong when you choose the Ritz Carlton.
Book with Days Inn Lakewood if you are interested in affordable Cleveland hotels. This hotel is located just a few minutes from downtown Cleveland and is just a block away from the beaches on Lake Erie. The attractions that are nearby include the Great Lakes Science Center, Jacobs Field, Cleveland Browns Stadium, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Each room at this hotel features wireless Internet, cable TVs, as well as work desks. Although there are no onsite restaurants, you can enjoy a variety of dining options that are nearby including the seafood restaurants along the lake. The Days Inn Lakewood is a pet-friendly hotel, and serves complimentary breakfast. So if you are looking for affordable alternatives to the downtown lakefront hotels, this one is perfect for you.
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