Overnight Accommodations

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The Patient Relations Department at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UCMC) provides information on overnight accommodations if you should need to stay overnight while your family member is a patient at UCMC.  We are happy to help you find the accommodations that best suit your needs.  Please call the Patient Relations Department at 513-584-6201.

Several local hotels offer discounted rates for patients and their families.  All rates are set by the individual hotels, based on availability and are subject to change at any time.  Some hotels may ask for documentation showing that your family member is a patient so that you may receive the discounted rate. Documentation can be provided by your physician’s office.

HOTEL AMENITIES
UCMC
The Holmes on Eden Hotel
Albert Sabin Way at Eden

Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-584-7751
• On UCMC campus
• Shuttle service available
• Parking in adjacent Holmes lot for a small fee
• Parking passes available
• Reasonable rates for UCMC patients and families
Hampton Inn
3024 Vine Street

Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-281-2700
• ½ mile from UCMC
• Parking for a nightly fee
• No shuttle service
• Hot & cold breakfast
• Caring Rate
American Cancer Society
Cincinnati Hope Lodge

2806 Reading Road
Cincinnati, OH 45206
513-618-5585
• ½ mile from UCMC
• Caregiver must be present with patient at all times
• No transportation or food provided
• No cost to oncology patients receiving treatment, awaiting surgery, post-operative or between doctor visits. Donations appreciated
Kingsgate Marriott
Conference Hotel

151 Goodman Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-487-3800
• ¼ mile from UCMC
• Restaurant inside the hotel
• Shuttle service available
• Caring rate
SpringHill Suites by Marriott
Cincinnati Midtown

610 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-381-8300
• 1.8 miles from UCMC
• Parking for a nightly fee
• No shuttle service
• Hot breakfast
• Caring rate
Garfield Suites and Hotel
2 Garfield Place
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-421-3355
• 3.07 miles from UCMC
• No shuttle service
• Hot breakfast
• Restaurant inside the hotel
• Coin operated laundry
• Caring Rate
The Cincinnatian Hotel
601 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-381-3000
• 3.18 miles from UCMC
• Parking for a nightly fee
• No shuttle service
• Restaurant inside the hotel
• Caring Rate
Residence Inn Cincinnati Downtown
506 East 4th Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-651-1234
• 3.48 miles from UCMC
• Parking for a nightly fee
• No shuttle service
• Hot breakfast
• Coin operated laundry service
• Caring Rate
Ramada Downtown Cincinnati
800 West 8th Street
Cincinnati, OH 45203
513-241-8660
• 3.81 miles from UCMC
• Free Parking
• No shuttle service
• Hot breakfast
• Children 17 & under stay free with an adult
• Caring Rate
Radisson Hotel
668 West 5th Street
Covington, KY 41011
859-491-1200
• 6.18 miles from UCMC
• No shuttle service
• Hot breakfast
• Restaurant inside the hotel
• Coin operated laundry
• Caring Rate

 

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