Located on the campus of the University of Toledo Health Science Center, the Hilton Toledo is a mid-priced hotel that provides easy access not only to the university but also to many other nearby businesses including the Dana Corporation, Owens Corning, Libbey Glass, Jeep, and others, and to many local attractions including Toledo Art Museum, COSI, Toledo Zoo, Cedar Point, and other favorite places to visit. Just 12 miles from the airport and providing free airport transportation, the Hilton Toledo is popular with both business and leisure travelers.
This hotel boasts the largest guest rooms in the Toledo area. The accommodations here include king rooms, rooms with two double beds, and junior suites. The standard rooms are traditionally furnished and include such amenities as free high-speed wireless internet access, large desks, dual phone lines, voice mail, TV with pay-per-view and game options, hairdryers, irons, and coffee makers. An HHonors floor is available for those who belong to Hilton's HHonors club. These rooms provide some additional upgraded amenities. The junior suites at the Hilton Toledo include a king bed with a large living area in the same room. Additional amenities in the suites may include a sofa bed, flat-screen TV, and soaking tub. In the hotel's Presidential Suite, guests will find a totally separate living area. There are also a handful of handicapped accessible rooms available at this hotel.
Guests who are looking for a place to exercise or enjoy some recreational time will certainly enjoy this hotel. The Hilton Toledo offers use of the 33,000 square foot Morse Fitness Center (part of the Health Science Center) which includes not only standard free weights and cardiovascular equipment - like treadmills, ellipticals, and stationary bikes - but also an indoor running track and basketball, volleyball, and racquetball courts. Hours vary with seasons and with the schedule at the university. In addition, guests will also find an indoor heated pool and whirlpool at the hotel as well as three lighted tennis courts.
Other amenities include a business center, gift shop, concierge desk, laundry and dry cleaning service, room service, and a complimentary beverage area available to all guests.
Dining at the Hilton Toledo can be enjoyed at the 31 Hundred Restaurant and Bar, which is open for all three meals. A casual eatery, the restaurant is located adjacent to the hotel. The menu features modern American cuisine served as well as some international dishes. The restaurant and bar also boast quite an extensive wine list.
The Hilton Toledo is attached to the Dana Conference Center, which belongs to the University of Toledo, and the hotel handles all the scheduling for the center. Together, the two facilities offer more than 19,000 square feet of meeting space for corporate gatherings, workshops, conferences, or special events. Conference rooms are sound-proofed with solid walls rather than partitions, providing plenty of privacy. The Hilton Toledo is also a popular place for weddings, reunions, and other special social events. Wedding and event coordinators are onsite to help arrange all the details.