Best Western Premier Mariemont Inn3.0 out of 5.0
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Mariemont and its eponymous Inn, now a Best Western Premier Hotel, is sort of like stumbling across Brigadoon while driving around Cincinnati, had Brigadoon been English. A planned community from the 1920's, it was designed to be a self-contained British village and looks pretty convincing. The Inn is the centerpiece of the community, and could blend in nicely in the Cotswolds. From the exterior. Inside is a dramatically renovated masterpiece of contemporary luxuries -motion sensitive light at the base of the nightstand for nighttime illumination, a superb shower with a rainfall and traditional shower head, the most adorable built-in refrigerator EVER!!!- nestled into British traditional architecture. An impressive and successful venture. The center of village life is footsteps away, with a startlingly sophisticated movie theatre (again, on the inside) with the charm of an old-timey small town picture show. The Graeter's ice cream parlor a few more steps away has many flavors of wonderful ice cream, and two rooms of seating. The whole experience is overwhelming enough to look into nearby homes for sale!! A delight and a complete treat -and a total surprise!!!!
Staying in this hotel is a special treat. What a peaceful place! It's beautiful and quiet. It also feels like you're at home because it's so comfortable. Wish it were dog friendly but I understand why it isn't!
This hotel has the nicest, cordial staff I have experienced in a very long time. From the time you check in you are treated so nice. The entire hotel and price is hard to compare. Rooms are spacious and had a great view of the street! I cant wait to come back! Kudos to staff!!
I stay here several times a year and the staff has always been very helpful and extremely nice. The renovations of this hotel are really nice and I appreciate the owners for keeping their facility in good shape.
We were very happy with the choice to stay at the Best Western in Mariemont. It was conveniently located for our visit. The room and service were better than anticipated and the neighborhood was lovely with a few good restaurants and wonderful walking areas!
We love staying at Mariemont Inn. Built in 1926, on the National Register of Historic Places, it has the charm of an English Tudor Inn. Great village locale. Comfortable and unique! Walk to shops, movies.
Mariemont Inn is best kept secret in Cincinnati. Very personable , top quality and such a friendly staff. Guests speak to each other in this atmosphere. Convenient to locations in Cincinnati but without the traffic. Such a quaint, friendly, safe village so convenient
This is an amazing hotel. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The rooms are spotless and are very unique down to the hidden tv in the wall. Its like staying in someone's home . The hotel and rooms are based on English tudor style and are beautiful. They have fireplaces and the beds are really comfortable. Highly recommend
The Best Western Mariemont hotel looks as wonderful on the inside as it is on the outside. The owner has paid careful attention to maintain the old inn ambiance in the rooms that you see in the lobby. Yet the rooms are up to par in terms of modern amenities. The staff is friendly yet professional. This is a gem of a hotel.
I have been an occasional visitor to the Mariemont Inn for 25 years, and recently discovered a family connection with it: my great grandfather ran the neighboring dairy and provided milk to the hotel in the 1930's. This review therefore is a combination of impressions gathered over a long association, and those from my most recent stay. The staff (with the notable exception of a surly bartender years ago) is unfailingly pleasant and friendly. If you need anything, just ask. If you have a special request, an inquiry about the local area, or just want to chat, they are happy to assist, and are at all times professional. Every room I've stayed in (even pre-renovation, with exposed plumbing and heating ducts) has been impeccably clean. The rooms are large and interesting: TVs are hidden behind a blind masquerading as artwork, the faux fireplace provides a nice glow, there are motion-activated nightlights to guide your way to the bathrooms at night, and the glass-door refrigerator is built in. The overhead shower is wonderful. The recent (to me) renovations are tasteful and in no way detract from the history of the building. The hotel is quiet -- noises from adjacent rooms or the hallway rarely intrude. WiFi is mercifully free, even if a little slow. The restaurant is good -- it's popular with locals for weekend breakfasts, but I don't remember ever having to wait for a table. A limited room service menu is provided, but on my latest trip there was no menu in the room, so I didn't really know what was available. The bar is small and intimate, but not easily spoiled by a noisy group. It's one of my favorite places to unwind at the end of a long day. The lobby is spacious, and there are numerous areas to gather with a small group to plan the day or just relax. The gym consists of just a few treadmills; there is no pool. The surrounding area is very walkable, with restaurants, shops, a theater, and a Graeters Ice Cream shop. As of 2017, there are two pizza joints across the street, but no drug store or "5 and dime" store. There's a Walgreens down the road in Plainville, but a car is necessary for that trip. A Starbuck's is next door. The neighborhood is quiet and safe, and even though the hotel is located right on Route 50, road noise is minimal. Walking the neighborhood is like walking onto the set from "Leave It To Beaver" (for those old enough to remember that Utopian version of suburban life). The Inn isn't inexpensive, even with a discount, and has a 72-hour cancellation policy. But it's still my "go-to" hotel in Cincinnati, especially if I have no reason to be downtown. It seeks to recreate Old World charm, and largely succeeds.
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Located 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Indian Valley Golf Course, Best Western Premier Mariemont Inn is within a 10-minute drive of Ault Park. This 45-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant, free self parking, and a fitness center. Cincinnati Observatory Center is also close to this Cincinnati hotel.
This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a restaurant that specializes in American cuisine. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
All 45 rooms provide fireplaces, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free wired Internet and 42-inch LED TVs with cable channels. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free weekday newspapers, safes, and ironing boards are other standard amenities.
Guests of Best Western Premier Mariemont Inn enjoy a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready. Additional amenities include a business center, express check-out, and free newspapers.
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97% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 455 reviews