We invite you to experience the new Crowne Plaza Cleveland Hotel City Centre located in the heart of downtown Cleveland and overlooking beautiful Lake Erie. Our great central location places us within walking distance to all of Clevelands major attractions including Browns Stadium, The Great Lakes Science Center, Jacobs Field, Playhouse Square and the Warehouse and Flats Entertainment districts and makes us a great choice for your Cleveland Crowne Plaza Hotel. The Crowne Plaza Hotel Cleveland.. is conveniently located adjacent to the Cleveland Convention Center and is the closest hotel to the famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! Experience the city at its best - during your comfortable stay at our downtown Cleveland hotel setting. With 472 spacious and elegantly decorated guest rooms and suites, complimentary high speed Internet access in every guest room, 27,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space, our hotel provides guests with a superb level of service, and high-quality accommodations at reasonable prices. Enjoy dining at our fabulous restaurant -Pimentos which has all of your favorites including a made to order pasta Lunch Buffet. Also, relax at the Green Olive Lobby bar. We are certain that the Cleveland Ohio Crowne Plaza Hotel Cleveland City Centre is the place to meet and we look forward to having you as our guest!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
We went to Cleveland for a quick getaway and to see the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. The welcome at check in was very warm and professional. The driver of the shuttle that took us to dinner continued the friendly service...
Posted on Citysearch: 4/21/2011
This hotel exceeded our expectations. The room and bathroom were the cleanest hotel rooms we have ever been in. The staff is very friendly and goes out of their way to help, and they made us feel very comfortable. This is also the first hotel I have been in where the bed and pillows were actually comfortable. If we go to Cleveland again, we will be staying in this hotel.
Posted on Citysearch: 3/28/2011
Lobby very clean and being well kept. Great drinks at the bar. Front desk staff had great recommendations for breakfast and dinner. Workout room was very hot but with one request, it was quickly corrected.
Posted on Citysearch: 2/15/2011
We went to the Browns football game and we could see the stadium from the room. The room was nice ,the only complaint I have is the TV was the old picture tube type. We easily walked to the stadium and to dinner later on in the evening. The only issue I have is the price but it was convenient so you must pay it . Overall it was a good place to stay.
Posted on Citysearch: 2/14/2011
we had a great stay at this hotel. Could not beat the Priceline deal and yes our room was a little dated, but clean and quiet. Check in was quick and easy and we had no issues at all. Would highly recommend to my friends and family. Saturday morning buffett was very good also.
Posted on Citysearch: 2/08/2011
We checked in early with out a problem. I am a Platnum Priority Club member with Holiday INN and stay nearly 50 nights a year. It is somewhat dated yes but the service made it worth the trip. Every request we had was met with an attitude that I have not even seen in Four Seasons Hotels I have paid three times as much for. The guy at the desk, Brendan really made sure we were staisified I saw him all over the hotel. Every time he remembered my name and even got to know about me. The new concierege lounge is great, I enjoyed a free upgrade to the club floor and couldnt beleive that they usually only charged 20 dollars for the upgrade. Everyone on here complains about parking too 18 dollars really? Its downtown. Every time I stay in Cleveland I am staying here.
Our stay at this hotel was fantastic and really added to out 'music road trip'. This hotel is a great location for all sighst as well as being within walking distance of lively local bars, theatres and nightlife. The hotel itself is also a nice place to sit and have a drink. The standards throughout were of a high stasndard and the room was really spacious and well equipped. In particu;lar the helpfulnes and humor of Mr Campbell at reception was memorable and added to our stay and memories.
I'm not sure what all the negative reviews are about - we didn't have any issues with our stay. It was perfectly lovely. We booked through Priceline and got a great deal ($60/night). The front desk staff were helpful and kind (they took a snapshot for us, and helped us by making dinner reservations and showing us a book with various menus). The elevators were fine. Our room on the 19th floor was up-to-date, with a comfy king-sized bed and updated bathroom. See my pics. Mirrors on the closet door, iron and ironing board, hair dryer. HBO was available. There is a business center on the lobby level where we were able to print our boarding passes. We had a view of the Cleveland Browns Stadium, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (the main purpose of our trip), and Lake Erie from our room. The air conditioning was off for the season, and the air in our room was a bit ""still."" When I asked, they promptly brought a fan up to the room for us. For our purposes, the hotel was ideally situated. We walked the few blocks to the Hall of Fame. We were also able to walk to the 6th Street area, where there were several fun restaurant/bars (we had dinner at the Metro, which was nice and not exorbitantly priced). We took the train in from the airport, which was very easy to do, and cost $2.25/person. The only downside with that is that we got off at Tower City, where there are more than a few folks panhandling and milling about. We took a cab (about $4 including tip) from Tower City to our hotel when we arrived in the evening, but walked it during the day when we returned to Tower City to catch the train to head back to the airport.