Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, OH

National Historic Landmark
A True National Landmark
A True National Landmark

As one of the charter members of Historic Hotels of America, this hotel has maintained its breathtaking Grand Dame reputation throughout difficulties such as the Depression and war years, fire and misguided modernization in the 60's. Today it is a stunning example of restoration and a true elegance.

Deluxe King Guest Rooms
Deluxe King Guest Rooms

This Historic Hotel of America offers 561 guestrooms and suites to its visitors.

Heart of Downtown
Heart of Downtown

The location of the HIlton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza allows guests easy access to the most popular areas of Cincinnati including the Fountain Square Entertainment District, ballparks, and museums.

Over 80 Years of Hospitality
Over 80 Years of Hospitality

The hotel which opened in 1931 once boasted 800 guestrooms, 11 kitchens and seven restaruants.

On Site Activities
On Site Activities

All guests of this Historic Hotel of America are invited to enjoy amenities such as a pool, sauna, and state of the art health club.

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Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza

The Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, built in 1931 and a member of Historic Hotels of America since 1992 was designated by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark in 1982...[more]


35 West Fifth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone:+1 800 678 8946

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On the corner of Fifth and Race Streets in the heart of downtown; steps from the Fountain Square Entertainment District. Connected via skywalk to the Duke Energy Center. Blocks from Great America Ball Park, Paul Brown Stadium, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Taft Museum, Banks Entertainment District, and more. Cincinnati Int'l Airport: 12 miles, 15 minutes.

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