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Old 07-07-2008, 09:24 PM
 
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Hi, I am not sure exactly where to ask this question since it is actually a question about Kentucky. My husband and I are going to be visiting the Cincinnati area next week ( going to court) and we are looking for a good hotel. Court will be held in Kenton County KY so we really dont want to stay in Cincy. Usually when we visit we stay in Florence at the Wildwood Inn but recently we found out they have bed bugs. Now I would love to stay at the Radisson but unfortunatly I am on a Super 8 budget. Any suggestions would be great.
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Old 07-07-2008, 09:41 PM
 
Location: Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati
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Default hotels in Covington

There is a Holiday Inn, Hampton Inn, Mariott all within a short distance of the courthouse.
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Old 07-07-2008, 10:27 PM
 
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Wow!

I searched on Cincinnati.com and there were no matches for Wildwood and Bedbugs.

Then I googled and there were a few reviews on a couple of "travel-type" sites that complained of bedbugs at that motel.

I have absolutely no dog in this fight but I don't know how much credence I'd give to anonymous posts. For all you or I know, they could have been made by managers of competing motels.

Back to your question, the places mentioned above are good choices as well as possibly the Drawbridge and the motels along Dixie Hwy in Ft. Wright (one used to be known as the President Inn when Jerry Springer was so famously around ).
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Old 07-08-2008, 12:06 AM
 
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Wow!

I searched on Cincinnati.com and there were no matches for Wildwood and Bedbugs.

Then I googled and there were a few reviews on a couple of "travel-type" sites that complained of bedbugs at that motel.

I have absolutely no dog in this fight but I don't know how much credence I'd give to anonymous posts. For all you or I know, they could have been made by managers of competing motels.

Back to your question, the places mentioned above are good choices as well as possibly the Drawbridge and the motels along Dixie Hwy in Ft. Wright (one used to be known as the President Inn when Jerry Springer was so famously around ).
the travelors review thingy was where i heard about the bedbugs! that was enough to scare me though. i have stayed there 3 times though and it was kinda dirty but the price was ok and everytime i complained they did there best to fix whatever i had a problem with. its getting kinda old though staying at the same place.
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Old 07-09-2008, 03:37 PM
 
Location: Gallatin, TN
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I just recently stayed at the Radisson through Priceline.com and paid $70 a night. It was okay. You'd probably find someplace cheaper out towards Erlanger or Ft. Mitchell and you'd have a sure-bet of where you're staying...not the Priceline "cross your fingers and hope you stay at the hotel you're wanting" method we chose.
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