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Views for days at our very own Vista at Lytle Park Rooftop. Who is excited to grab a bite and sip cocktails while taking in panoramic views of the Queen City skyline? Photo | @ajourneythroughdinner
Complete with marble countertops, a glass encased rain shower, and diptyque amenities, enjoy a spa day without even leaving your room.
Recommendations from #CincysConcierge: Kings Island Located just 24 miles north of Cincinnati, King's Island is home to the largest amusement and waterpark in the Midwest. The park spans 364 acres and features over 100 attractions. King's Island is a seasonal amusement park, opening for the 2020 season in April! Photo | @ericthomasphotography
With an easy-to-navigate, compact footprint, exploring downtown Cincinnati is a breeze. Local shops, quality dining, and famous historical monuments are always just a couple of steps away.
Morning strolls through OTR.
In 1985, P&G opened the General Office Towers on Fifth Street, an expansion of its world headquarters. Today, the company has almost 135,000 employees working in more than 80 countries worldwide. Its brands touch the lives of more than three billion people each day.
Looking forward to warmer days on the riverfront.
The Lytle Park Hotel's legendary service will set the stage for spectacular weddings and milestone celebrations. Whether you're hosting a black-tie gala in one of our timeless venues or reciting your vows on the Vista Terrace, our indoor and outdoor venues are designed to inspire.
At Subito, enjoy fine Italian and American wines from our cellar list or a libation, showcasing premium hand-crafted cocktails and bourbons, as well as the best of the region's beverages: negronis, bellinis and our own Lytle Park limoncello. #DrinkWineDay
Today, we honor all of the presidents of the United States. In 1908, William Howard Taft was notified of his nomination for President of the United States under the portico of the Taft Museum, just steps from our front doors.
Whether you're hitting the town or cuddling up at home, we hope today was spent with someone you love. Happy Valentine's Day from The Lytle Park Hotel.
Something new to discover around every corner.
Recommendations from #CincysConcierge: Cheapside Cafe The "Best sandwich in Ohio" according to People, is only a 3-minute drive from our front doors. This downtown Cincinnati staple offers cafe goers breakfast, lunch, or just a quick coffee from 7am to 3pm, daily. Photo | @olivecreativeco
Located on the edge of Lytle Park, The Literary Club of Cincinnati is the oldest organization of its kind in the United States. Many prominent Cincinnati residents have been members, including Rutherford B. Hayes and President William Howard Taft.
Red(s), white, and this view. A blanket of snow on the Great American Ball Park. Photo | @reds
Recommendations from #CincysConcierge: Urbana Cafe With the tagline - the new classic Italiano - Urbana Cafe offers a refined Italian coffee experience with two blends, two single origin coffees. Pair your brew with a decadent pastry sourced from talented Cincinnati bakers, and you're ready to take on the day.
One of the city's most recognizable buildings, Cincinnati Music Hall is arguably as remarkable on the inside as it is on the outside. Whether you're just visiting or call Cincinnati home, you do not want to miss a performance by one of its world-renowned musical organizations, including the Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and The May Festival.
In the center of Lytle Park stands a statue of Abraham Lincoln, a gift from Charles Phelps Taft to commemorate the 100th anniversary of President Lincoln's birth. This monument is just one of several tokens throughout the neighborhood that tell the tales of Cincinnati's history.
Step inside Dixie Terminal and discover one of Cincinnati's most ornate and breathtaking interiors.
Recommendations from #CincysConcierge: American Sign Museum The American Sign Museum is 20,000 square feet packed with more than a century of American signage. The museum, which serves as a complete Instagram daydream, is dedicated to the preservation of historic signs and acknowledging the contributions the sign industry makes to commerce, culture, and the American landscape. Photo | @fffelipepilefff
GETAWAY GIVEAWAY! In anticipation of The Lytle Park Hotel's grand opening in 2020, we've teamed up with @cincygram to give one lucky winner a two-night stay at Cincinnati's newest luxury hotel on our Instagram. To enter: 1. Follow @lytleparkhotel and @cincygram on Instagram 2. Tag who you'd want to explore Cincinnati with in the comments. 3. Follow the submission instructions here: https://form.jotform.com/200234563036142 All entries must be submitted by January 31, 2020 — the winner will be notified via direct message by February 4, 2020. You may enter as many times as you'd like by tagging different friends. Subject to availability. Transportation not included. Must be following The Lytle Park Hotel's Instagram page to enter. Other restrictions may apply. Per Instagram rules, this promotion is no way sponsored, administered, or associated with Instagram, Inc.
Coming home to a Cincinnati skyline. Photo | @konigkieran
Your future place to enjoy design details reflective of our park-side setting. Opening 2020.
Looking forward to Sunday mornings spent like this. Opening 2020.
Cincinnati showing off. Photo | @ohio.findithere
Recommendations from #CincysConcierge: Contemporary Arts Center The Contemporary Arts Center's newest Artist in Residence, Sarah Rodriquez, is an Ohio native who reflects on experiences of Midwestern landscapes to create colorful drawings, collages and sculptures. Visit her collaborative, on-going installation that expresses our stories and memories of being outdoors through February 2020.
"The Lytle Park Hotel, Autograph Collection is a 106-room hotel built in the former Anna Louise Inn combined with the historical building at 311 Pike St. This more than $35 million project is expected to complete in early March" - Cincinnati Business Courier
2020 mantra. As part of the 2015 ArtWorks Cincinnati project, the Queen of Shares mural is a permanent love letter to the Queen City and all who call her home.
More than just a pretty facade. Cincinnati's OTR neighborhood is steeped in rich history and culture, most commonly highlighted for its predominate Italianate architectural style. However, the more you explore, you will notice that several other 19th century architectural styles are evident, including Federal, Greek Revival, Second Empire, Queen Anne, and Renaissance Revival.
Explore Cincinnati from new heights at the SkyStar Wheel along the Ohio River. Photo | @djezeddied
Recommendations from #CincysConcierge: Locoba by Platform Brewing coffee and beer, all in one place. Located in OTR, LOCABA is Platform Beer Co.'s latest tasting room concept. Stop by from morning to evening to enjoy artisan coffee, Platform beer, and a wide selection of food options. Photo | @maggie_onthemove
It's time to ring in the new. We look forward to welcoming you into our home by the park, coming early 2020. #TheLytleParkHotel
Walking in an OTR winter wonderland. Photo | @taestell
Set to be your rejuvenation destination in 2020. #TheLytleParkHotel #TheLytleLife
Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! #TheLytleParkHotel Photo | Cincygram
Cincinnati through the centuries. Swipe ➡️ for a look back at the University Club circa 1907. #TheLytleParkHotel
Recommendations from #CincysConcierge: @maplewoodcincy Located in the heart of our city's urban core, Maplewood Kitchen and Bar is the perfect spot for a quick bite between meetings or a leisurely dinner with friends. #TheLytleParkHotel
A stroll through the oldest park in Cincinnati will lead you here. #TheLytleParkHotel
Recommendations from #CincysConcierge: @boomtownbiscuitbar Visit Boomtown Biscuits in Over-The-Rhine for a contemporary take on classic American frontier food. Our go-to order is the Yukon - a homemade biscuit sandwich with fried chicken, gravy, smoked cheddar and bacon. #TheLytleParkHotel
Recommendations from #CincysConcierge: The Golden Muse This mural features a figurine from an 18th century mantle clock in the Taft Museum of Art collection, which was created as a part of the Taft's 80th Anniversary Celebration, "Art for All." Find this masterpiece at the corner of Race and 13th St. #TheLytleParkHotel Photo | @detroitspirit
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Cincinnati did it better. In 1867, the Roebling Suspension Bridge opened to traffic and was named the longest suspension bridge in the world - a record it retained until 1883 when Roebling's most famous project, the Brooklyn Bridge opened.
Recommendations from Cincy's Concierge: St. Xavier Church Founded in 1819, St. Xavier Church has the oldest Catholic parish in Cincinnati. Photo | @cincyrefined
Interested in becoming part of our food & beverage team? Connect with us tonight from 5:30-7:30 PM at a cocktail hour hosted at AC Hotel by Marriott Cincinnati at The Banks
Recommendations from Cincy's Concierge: The Eagle OTR This is your local spot for family-style Southern comfort food and craft beers. Order the spoon bread, an iron skillet corn bread topped with maple butter.
Today our team is thankful for our backyard — Lytle Park. Seamlessly and inventively, the park spills into the hotel and the hotel into the park, offering locals and guests a place to gather.
Playing tourist in our town.
Recommendations from Cincy's Concierge : Over-The-Rhine Well-preserved 19th-century buildings define what was once a primarily German neighborhood. Now, OTR is our city's Instagram backdrop HQ, home to craft breweries (Rhinegeist or 3 Points Urban Brewery hip gastropubs (Sacred Beast or Boomtown Biscuits & Whiskey and trendy bars (HomeMakers Bar or The Lackman #TheLytleParkHotel)
Interested in becoming a part of our food and beverage team? Connect with us on December 2 from 5:30-7:30pm at a cocktail hour hosted at AC Hotel by Marriott Cincinnati at The Banks. #TheLytleLife.
GETAWAY GIVEAWAY! In anticipation of The Lytle Park Hotel's grand opening in 2020, we're giving one lucky winner a two-night stay at Cincinnati's newest luxury hotel on our Instagram. Enter on our Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/lytleparkhotel/
Cincinnati through the centuries. Swipe ➡️ for a look back at the Roebling Suspension Bridge, which has been making an entrance since 1867. #TheLytleParkHotel
Recommendations from Cincy's Concierge: Contemporary Arts Center A must-see for locals and visitors, alike. Founded in 1939, the Contemporary Arts Center was one of the first contemporary art institutions in the country.
The Queen City, the place we love to call home.
Experience the height of luxury in the heart of Cincinnati's historic district at The Lytle Park Hotel, opening its doors in 2020.
Cincinnati through the centuries. Swipe ➡️ for a look back at Dixie Terminal, which used to be the epicenter of Cincinnati transit. Photo | cincinnativiews.net
Become a part of #TheLytleLife and connect with us during our Casting Fair, taking place 11/7-11/9 at the Taft Museum of Art. Not able to attend the fair? See all open positions here: https://careers-whg.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchCompany=108&mobile=false&width=1010&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240
Cincinnati Streetcars, began operation in 1889. Streetcars operated by the Cincinnati Street Railway were the main form of public transportation in town at the end of the 19th century and the start of the 20th century. At its height, the streetcar system had 222 miles of track and carried more than 100 million passengers per year. Opening 2020 | #TheLytleParkHotel
University Club of Cincinnati , founded 1879. The University Club emerged after a generalized call through the daily newspapers for persons interested in forming a club to be composed of "college men," a movement seen in many great American cities during this era. The Club formally opened April 27, 1907, with the Secretary of War, William Howard Taft presiding. Opening 2020 | #TheLytleParkHotel Photo | University Club of Cincinnati
Cincinnati Music Hall, completed 1878. Recognized as a National Historic Landmark in 1975, the classical music performance hall is considered one of the last and best examples of the Victorian Gothic Revival Style. The building is home to the Cincinnati Opera Cincinnati Ballet Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and more. Opening 2020 | #TheLytleParkHotel Photo | @corey_poggioli
Taft Museum of Art, opened 1932. The landscape murals in the foyer were commissioned by attorney Nicholas Longworth and painted by Robert S. Duncanson. They are now considered as one of the finest suites of domestic murals dating before the Civil War. Opening 2020 | #TheLytleParkHotel Photo | Chris Hooven
The Lytle Park Hotel, opening 2020. The transitional guestrooms mixes the park design elements with a blend of modern technology and couture design provide a relax and recharge surrounding in downtown Cincinnati.
John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, opened 1867. At the time of its' opening, the bridge's central span of 1057 feet was the longest in the world. This record was kept until 1883 when Roebling's most famous project, the Brooklyn Bridge opened. Opening 2020 | #TheLytleParkHotel Photo | University of Wisconsin
Great American Tower, opened 2011. Marked as the region's tallest structure and most prestigious office building, the Great American Tower offers unobstructed city views in all directions. Find this state-of-the-art tower in the heart of Cincinnati's business district. Opening 2020 | #TheLytleParkHotel Photo | Cincygram
The Literary Club of Cincinnati, founded 1849. A quick stroll through Lytle Park will lead you to one of the last reminders of the original homes on Fourth Street. This two-story Greek revival house is home to the oldest organization of its kind in the United States, solidifying that Cincinnati is truly #ExactlyLikeNothingElse. Opening 2020 | #TheLytleParkHotel
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