The place you lay your head is just as important as the destination you visit. Luckily in The Land, you’re getting the best of both. You’ll spend your days seeing all the sights from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to the award-winning Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Then, you’ll get a good night's rest at one of the many accommodations available. Many of which are getting are getting a nice upgrade.
The latest updates to Cleveland’s hotel landscape add restored historic buildings and renovated skyscrapers to an already wide array of visitor accommodations. You’ll (almost) never want to leave the room.
Glidden House (May)
Originally the home of Frank and Mary Glidden (of the Glidden Paint Co.), the Glidden House, located in University Circle, was built in 1910 and represents the French Gothic Eclectic architecture style that was prevalent in the stately mansions of the time. Recent renovations to the 52 traditional guest rooms reflect the grandeur of the family home with local hand-crafted furnishings, upscale finishes and original works from local artists. Best part is its within walking distance to world-renowned museums and institutions like the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Fidelity Hotel (2024)
A once-vacant office building and downtown landmark will be transformed into a 97‐room boutique hotel. The independent property will be named Fidelity Hotel in a nod to the building’s original name and will include dining, meeting rooms and a speakeasy‐style bar. When you’re staying downtown, you can always find things to do and places to eat.
Hotel Cleveland (2024)
After extensive renovations, the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel will be rebranded as Hotel Cleveland, returning the city’s oldest hotel to its original name. The 491‐room hotel will be part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, a group of hotels crafted to leave a lasting imprint on guests. Located downtown, means your close to all the happenings of The Land.
W Hotel (2025)
A 1960s modernist skyscraper in Downtown Cleveland will host a new W Hotel and the first location for W Apartments. Plans for the 210-room hotel include a 15,000-square-foot ballroom and event center, a full-service spa and gym and a restaurant and bar on the 38th floor with panoramic city views. While you’re up on the 38th floor, you can view your next stop of the day – anywhere in The Land that your heart desires.
Curio Hotel by Hilton in Centennial Project (2026)
A historic Beaux-Arts building in Downtown Cleveland is being renovated as part of the new Centennial project. The building will be home to a Curio Hotel by Hilton within the top floors, along with 35,000 square feet of retail space, a lobby museum called the Cleveland Exposition, rooftop event spaces and a fine-dining restaurant. Staying in Cleveland just got a whole lot better.