Cincinnati Serviced Apartments


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1 East 8 Lofts [details] 2 Sycamore Place Lofts [details] 3 The Drexel at Oakley [details] 4 Boulevard at Oakley Station [details] 5 Centennial Station [details] 6 Olde Montgomery [details]
East 8 Lofts Sycamore Place Lofts The Drexel at Oakley Boulevard at Oakley Station Centennial Station Olde Montgomery
1 BR from $93.00/day(USD)
2 BR from $111.00/day(USD)
1 BR Available upon request
2 BR from $111.00/day(USD)
1 BR from $94.00/day(USD)
2 BR from $107.00/day(USD)
1 BR from $94.00/day(USD)
2 BR from $107.00/day(USD)
1 BR Available upon request
2 BR from $107.00/day(USD)
1 BR Available upon request
2 BR Available upon request
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Cincinnati serviced apartments

Cincinnati, Ohio is the third-largest city in the Buckeye State and sits on the north bank of the Ohio River. Boasting two major sports teams, a diverse and rich cultural scene, and a thriving economy, Cincinnati is the ideal place to do business or spend a relaxing vacation. BridgeStreet’s Cincinnati serviced apartments make it easy to enjoy everything this fascinating city has to offer, and they provide guests with the quality and luxury of a high-end boutique hotel while retaining the comforts of home.

For the love of the game

Cincinnati residents love their sports, and this is evidenced by the number of teams and venues that call the city home. The two most prominent major league teams are the Cincinnati Reds baseball team, which was founded in 1869, and the Cincinnati Bengals, the city's National Football League squad. The Reds' home stadium is the Great American Ball Park, located a short walk from Cincinnati Riverfront Park and the banks of the Ohio River, while the Bengals make their home at Paul Brown Stadium less than a mile away. 

In addition to its major league teams, Cincinnati is also home to several minor league squads, including the Cyclones ice hockey team, the Commandos indoor football team and the Rollergirls, one of the best roller derby teams in the Midwest. Sports are an integral part of the city's identity, so fans of exciting baseball, football and hockey action will find plenty to do in the Queen City.

A dynamic economy

Many of the largest companies in the U.S. have a strong presence in the city, including several major players in the financial services sector. The Great American Insurance Company, Fifth Third Bank and Western & Southern Financial Group are headquartered in Cincinnati. Multinational consumer goods giant Proctor & Gamble has a major research facility and corporate headquarters in the city, and retail chain Macy's is also based in Cincinnati.

The city is renowned for the quality of its academic sector. Home to several universities, Cincinnati is an excellent destination for new graduates, and the University of Cincinnati is the largest employer in the region, with almost 16,000 staff members.

No matter what their reason for visiting the Queen City, guests can stay at BridgeStreet’s Cincinnati serviced apartments and experience the unique atmosphere that makes the city such an unforgettable destination. Our key properties, such as The Lofts at Shillito Place and The Gramercy on Garfield put the entire city on guests' doorsteps, making it easy and convenient to explore the trendy districts and bustling streets of downtown Cincinnati.

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