Oct 16 - Oct 17
They let me check in late. Staff rocked. Would highly recommend.
Nov 1 - Nov 2
Clean,quiet, comfortable bed,, good breakfast. Will stay here again next time we are in town
Nov 4 - Nov 5
The rooms are clean, comfortable, and the kitchenette is a HUGE bonus. I will stay there again.
Oct 27 - Oct 28
The check in process was quick, our room was in fantastic shape & the continental breakfast area had sufficient room to hold quite a few people (and it was full.)
Nov 3 - Nov 4
The bed was clean and very comfortable . However the complimentary coffee and cream was not in the room.
Oct 21 - Oct 22
Shower area can use a remodel but the place is good and recommended, large rooms, good value
Oct 27 - Oct 28
Excellently maintained facility with a great staff, spacious, clean rooms, and an incredibly relaxed/homey atmosphere. Will gladly stay again my next time in Dayton!
Oct 16 - Oct 17
.Great friendly staff! did notice phones in room were non working, but reall did not need them
Oct 21 - Oct 22
Great location for what we needed. Easy to find and get back on the road.
Dayton in Ohio is known as an industrial and scientific research hub. In particular, the city is famous for being the hometown of the Wright Brothers, who were aviation pioneers. Its aviation history still plays an important role in the city, so Dayton is the place to be for any aviation enthusiast. Hotels in Dayton cost from
Downtown Dayton is the central business district in Dayton. It is one of the most technology oriented and high-tech friendly downtowns in the country. For a closer look into aviation history, schedule in a visit at the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park near Downtown Dayton.
Not a big aviation fan? Downtown Dayton also has plenty to offer for lovers or art, nightlife, and history. Book a hotel near the Dayton Art Institute, which lies close to the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center and the Victoria Theater. For Dayton’s nightlife, visit the area around Brown Street District, Oregon Historic District, and Gay District.
The streets in the Oregon Historic District are lined with art galleries, coffee shops, specialty shops, nightclubs, and pubs. More than that, the area boasts a great art and food scene. Not surprisingly then, this is where the Second Street Market is held. Here, over 40 farmers sell their produce at the corner of Webster Street and East 2nd Street. Planning on staying close to Oregon Historic District? Book a hotel near Dayton Convention Center.
Next, Riverside is one of the suburbs. It is being crossed by the Mad River and contains a couple lakes. This, with the addition of green spaces, makes the area rich in outdoor recreational resources and popular among families or those traveling with pets. There are also several trails that can be hiked from Riverside. Furthermore, Riverside is home to the National Museum of the United States Air Force, where over 350 airplanes are on show.
Huber Heights is another one of Dayton’s suburbs. This area is attractive to several industries, thanks to its location near the intersections of I-70 and I-75. It is also easy to drive into, in case you are coming by car. There are several tourist attractions in the suburbs, including the Carriage Hill Historical Farm, where you learn more about agricultural heritage, and the Ving Tsun Museum, a unique martial arts museum. Book a hotel near Rose Music Center if you prefer staying in Huber Heights.
There are over 30 3 star hotels in Dayton for you to choose from. This means most, if not all, of these hotels offer internet access, a hair-dryer, and laundry service.
However, do not forget to look around for a pet-friendly hotel in Dayton if you are traveling with your furry friend. This way, your pet pal is having the time of his life as well. Are you traveling to Dayton for business? Make sure to pick one of the almost 100 business hotels in Dayton.
Not driving into Dayton, but opting for a plane for the full aviation experience? It might be practical for you to book a hotel near the airport if you arrive late at night, or depart early in the morning. Dayton has three airports nearby, which is helpful when staying close to your departure or arrival airport. There are a number of hotels near James M. Cox Dayton International Airport, Dayton’s very own airport.
Other options are Cincinnati’s airports, which are a little further away from Dayton. For one, there is Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport and Cincinnati Municipal-Lunken Field Airport. Depending on your prefered airport, you can pick your nearby hotel to ensure the utmost comfort and least amount of hassle.