If you’ve never been to a Cleveland Cavaliers game, make this the year. You'll see a young, hungry team battle the NBA's best night after night. Taking in a game at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse is a bucket list item for anyone visiting the city during the season.
What You'll See:
- Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse: A must-visit downtown arena that has seen its share of thrilling victories, superstar fans and hosted its second NBA All-Star Game in 2022. Marvel at the $185 million renovation that includes cutting-edge technology, wider concourses, more fan hospitality locations and more specialty food and beverage stations, not to mention that gorgeous glass exterior.
- One of the largest HD arena scoreboards you'll ever see, aka the Humongotron, which also shoots fire. No joke.
- A unique layout that features 60 percent of the seating in the lower bowl.
What Else to Do?
- Eat, drink and be merry — and loud — before and after the games in Downtown Cleveland’s vibrant Gateway District. The area immediately surrounding the arena, as well as the Cleveland Guardians’ Progressive Field, is teeming with lively bars and restaurants that are usually filled with fans just as passionate as those you’ll find in the arena.
Where to Stay
Whether you’re headed to Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse to watch the wine and gold take on the NBA’s best or Progressive Field for some of the most fun you can have at a baseball game, you might not want to drive home after a night of fun. Luckily, these hotels are ready for you, each within a half-mile of the Gateway District.