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Our hotel is conveniently located near all of downtown Cleveland's famous attractions and events! Explore acres of beautiful greenery at Cleveland Botanical Garden, jam out at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame or view incredible masterpieces at the Cleveland Museum of Art. If you're looking for the ultimate sports experience, we're located just one block from Progressive Field and Quicken Loans Arena. Whatever your interest, there's something for you in Cleveland!


East 4th Street

What to do in Downtown Cleveland

Looking for the finest dining and most exciting entrainment in the area? When you choose the Residence Inn Cleveland Downtown enjoy staying in the heart of the East 4th Street. East 4th Street is home to over a dozen restaurants, live music and theatrical productions. Notable restaurants include Michael Symon's Lola Bistro, The Green House Tavern, House of Blues, Butcher and the Brewer Society Lounge and Wonder Bar. If you’re looking to truly experience Cleveland, make East 4th Street your first stop.

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Jack Casino Cleveland

Downtown Cleveland Attractions

Get ready to place your bets, our hotel is just a short walk from the Jack Casino Cleveland! From slots and video poker to blackjack, craps, baccarat, roulette and let it ride, this 24 hour casino is just the place to test your luck. Along with slots and table games, the Jack Casino broadcasts “The Really Big Post Game Show” with Tony Rizzo and Aaron Goldhammer live from their onsite restaurant, Vintage 51. Whether you’re in town for the game or looking to win big, be sure to make a stop at the Jack Cleveland Casino!

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Hotels near Cleveland Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland's most famous attraction, honors the finest entertainers in the music industry. Designed by I.M. Pei, this eye catching, state-of-the-art building sits on the shores of Lake Erie and is more of an experience than a museum. The history of popular music is spread over six floors in an atmosphere of multimedia exuberance with such rarities as Michael Jackson's sparkly glove, the manuscript of "Purple Haze" written by Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin's Psychedelic Porsche, and dozens of iconic instruments. The Rock Hall also hosts a variety of concerts throughout the year.

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Cleveland Botanical Garden

Cleveland Botanical Garden Hotel

In addition to acres and acres of outdoor gardens, the Cleveland Botanical Garden contains two climate-controlled glasshouses which provide a great escape from the wintertime chill. One glasshouse is dedicated to the spiny desert of Madagascar with alien-like Baobab trees, spiny succulents and Sam the free-roaming chameleon. The other glasshouse is filled with lush Costa Rican Rainforest greenery including avocado, coffee, papaya and chocolate trees. Stand still for a bit, and one of the many butterflies floating around might rest on your head or sleeve.

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Cleveland Browns

Hotels near Browns Stadium

You know it's football season when enthusiastic fans dressed in orange and brown gather at FirstEnergy Stadium to tailgate and proudly cheer on the Cleveland Browns. The Browns kicked off their first season in 1946 and over the years have won eight league championships, and have sent 16 players into the Professional Football Hall of Fame. 

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Cleveland Cavaliers

Hotels near Cavs Stadium

Even if you're not the world's biggest basketball fan, a Cavaliers game at the Quicken Loans Arena makes for an awesome night in downtown Cleveland. With towering basketball players and 60 percent of the arena's 20,500 seats in the lower bowl, the action on the court feels close and intense. "The Q," as it's known to locals, hosts more than 200 events annually including major concerts, Lake Erie Monsters hockey games, arena football and family events such as Disney on Ice.

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Cleveland Indians

Hotels for Cleveland Indians Game

With Progressive Field ranked as the No. 1 fan favorite baseball stadium in a Sports Illustrated poll, it's clear that Cleveland loves baseball. You cannot leave Progressive Field without having a hotdog doused in brown stadium mustard. The Cleveland Indians have won two World Series championships and fans of the Tribe are as loyal as ever.

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Cleveland Museum of Art

Hotels Near Cleveland Museums

CMA, as locals call it, ranks as one of the best comprehensive art museums in the United States and is home to about 45,000 beautiful works of art. The collection includes lily pad oils by Monet, ancient Grecian statues and "stained glass window" collages made of real butterfly wings. Thanks to a $350 million renovation and expansion, a new glass-covered atrium connects the museum's original 1916 Neo Classical building with the modern wings. The museum has also integrated groundbreaking interactive technology into its exhibits. You can view thousands of beautiful pieces in the museum's permanent collection for free, or spend a few dollars to see the featured masterpieces. Either way, this is one museum you don't want to miss!

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A Christmas Story House

Downtown Cleveland Hotels

Calling all fans of A Christmas Story, the classic holiday movie released in 1983! The Parker Family house is located in Cleveland and open year round to the public. Although the movie was set in 1940's Indiana, many of the film's scenes were shot in Cleveland. An entrepreneur (and A Christmas Story fan) from San Diego bought the house in 2004 and completely restored it to match scenes from the movie. He used profits from his business, which sells replicas of the movie's iconic leg lamp, for the down payment. Two homes across the street have been renovated into a gift shop and museum, which showcases behind-the-scenes photos and original props and costumes. Yes, they have Ralphie's pink bunny suit and Randy's overstuffed snow suit.

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Museums Near Cleveland Natural History Museum

Travel back in time and discover bones, gems and much more at The Cleveland Museum of Natural History. You won't be able to miss Happy's huge 70-foot-long, 14-foot-high skeleton even if you try! Happy (short for Haplocanthosaurus delfsi) is the oldest sauropod on exhibit in the world and the most complete adult specimen of this dinosaur. There is also a "lifelike" skeletal cast of Lucy, the famous 3.2 million-year-old partial fossil skeleton of a human ancestor discovered in Ethiopia in 1974 by Dr. Donald Johanson, a former curator at the museum. Step outside the museum to see its sanctuary of live animals including foxes, owls and bobcats.

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Great Lakes Science Center

Hotels Near Great Lakes Science Center

The Great Lakes Science Center offers hundreds of hands-on exhibits and live demonstrations to answer all of life's questions. You can control a robotic arm, try on a space suit, or even explore the inside of a stomach with an endoscopic camera. Permanent attractions include a six-story-high OMNIMAX theater, a BioMed exhibit highlighting advances in medical technology and the NASA Glenn Visitor Center. Outside, check out a 150-foot wind turbine that generates energy for the museum, and tour the Steamship William G. Mather from May through October. This 618-foot historic Great Lakes freighter was used to haul shipments for steel mills in its massive cargo holds. This is an iconic Cleveland destination that is fun for the whole family!

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West Side Market

Hotels Near West Side Market in Cleveland

While Cleveland locals shop here daily for groceries, visitors flock to the West Side Market simply to immerse themselves in its unique atmosphere. This 100-year-old market has beautiful subway-tiled, barrel-vaulted ceilings and is home to more than 100 vendors selling produce, meats, cheeses, baked goods, prepared foods and fresh flowers. The market is known for quality products, good deals and in many cases, memories. Many families have run the market's stands for generations and developed loyal followings. The market is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, with Saturday being the most popular. You never know what unique eats you'll find at the West Side Market!

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