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Government Rates + Complimentary Breakfast & Dinner

The Garfield Suites Hotel in downtown Cincinnati appreciates the Government Traveler and it’s our mission to treat the Government Traveler as a VIP in our hotel. Our Government Traveler rate of $118.00 per night includes complimentary dinner and breakfast, made to order at our restaurant, Café Martin. Enjoy your VIP status just 2 blocks from the Federal Building and directly across the street from the IRS Training Center.

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Downtown Cincinnati Hotel Area Guide

The Garfield Suites Hotel strives to provide guests with the most useful information regarding downtown Cincinnati and the tri-state area in general, what to do and where to go to do it, all to help you best plan for and enjoy your stay with us. The City of Cincinnati has a lot to offer, as do the surrounding areas of Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana. So whether you're traveling for work or play, The Garfield Suites Hotel is the perfect choice for its convenient location to Cincinnati's and the region's best attractions, restaurants, entertainment and business districts. The Garfield Suites Hotel is located within walking distance to Great American Ball Park (home of the Cincinnati Reds), Paul Brown Stadium (home of the Cincinnati Bengals), US Bank Arena, museums, Tower Place Mall, Tiffany's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy's, P&G, Kroger, the Duke Energy Center, and many other notable downtown Cincinnati attractions.

For more specific information regarding downtown Cincinnati attractions, Northern Kentucky attractions or Southeastern Indiana attractions, please choose from the Downtown or Regional sections provided.

Downtown Cincinnati Attractions

For downtown Cincinnati's current and upcoming events calendar please visit downtowncincinnati.com. For more information regarding each of the downtown Cincinnati attractions listed below, please click on the individual attraction's listing.

Regional Attractions

For regional events and attractions beyond downtown Cincinnati please visit cincinnatiusa.com. For more information regarding the following Northern Kentucky, Southeastern Indiana and Cincinnati regional attractions, please click on the individual attraction's listing.

  
 
 
Tuesday September 2, 2014