Located on Public Square and connected to the multi-use complex known as the Tower City Center, the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel is one of the city's most sophisticated downtown hotels, offering luxury in a comfortable setting close to most of Cleveland's top attractions including museums, educational institutions, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Built in 1918, the hotel exudes the opulence of that era and its upgraded interior includes touches of yesteryear such as a marble fountain, tall vaulted ceilings, and high-arched windows for great views of the city of Cleveland, Ohio.
This luxury hotel is totally smoke-free, a trend that has become popular with Cleveland area hotels. The lobby is simply stunning, graced by a grand staircase that attests to the beauty of the historic architecture of the Renaissance Cleveland. Lovely crystal chandeliers hang from the high ceilings and fresh flowers are abundant regardless of the time of year. There is plenty of room in this spacious lobby for relaxing or visiting with friends.
There are 441 rooms and 50 luxury suites at this 10-story hotel, all beautifully appointed with classic furnishings and painted in warm pastel shades. Standard amenities may include down comforters and pillows, bathrobes, jetted tubs or separate tub and shower, coffee maker, a safe, wet bar, and several amenities for the business traveler (may vary by room). Most of the suites boast a marble bathroom with television, Jacuzzi tubs, premium bedding, European-style toiletries, and much more. Renaissance Club guests have access to a private lounge where they can enjoy complimentary continental breakfast and evening hors d'oeuvres.
The Cleveland Renaissance is also well-known for its excellent Mediterranean restaurant, Sans Souci. Voted "Best Restaurant in Cleveland'' by Zagat Surveys and "Best French Restaurant'' by Cleveland Magazine, Sans Souci is a casual restaurant with anything but a casual menu. Open for dinner only, this eatery opened in 1992 and has been pleasing patrons ever since. The menu boasts dishes with French, Spanish, Italian, and Moroccan influences. Sans Souci also offers an impressive wine list that includes both domestic and international vintages. In addition, breakfast and lunch can be enjoyed at the Brasserie, also located inside the hotel and offering standard American fare for both meals. Several other restaurants are within walking distance of the hotel, many located in the adjoining Tower City Center.
A small fitness center allows Renaissance Cleveland hotel guests the opportunity to exercise during their stay. The fitness room includes cardiovascular equipment, free weights, treadmills, stationary bikes, and a dry sauna. There is no spa on site but the Les Amis day spa is located within a tenth of a mile of the hotel and offers a variety of treatment options. Other fitness amenities include an indoor pool and an accompanying children's pool.
The Renaissance Cleveland Hotel also offers 39 rooms for meeting space for a total of 62,000 square feet. The Grand Ballroom seats up to 2,000 and is often used for large conferences or wedding receptions.
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