Red Lion converts Cincinnati hotel

RLHC (Red Lion Hotels Corporation) converted the Red Lion Hotel Cincinnati/Sharonville.

The Red Lion Hotel Cincinnati/Sharonville, 11320 Chester Road, has 184 rooms and is located 16 miles north of downtown Cincinnati south of the I-75 and I-275 corridor. The hotel has both indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness center, a business center and a restaurant, the Sharon Hill Bar & Grill.

The property also has approximately 17,000 square feet of meeting space and is located across the street from the Sharonville Convention Center, the only LEED-certified meeting space in the Cincinnati area, offering 65,000 of useable square feet. Adjacent to the hotel are the new multi-million dollar athletic and entertainment facilities currently under development by Princeton City Schools and the CoCo Key Water Resort, featuring four 40-foot water slides.

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The Great American Ball Park, American Sign Museum, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and Krohn Conservatory are just a few of the many attractions in the region. Cincinnati, Ohio, is located at the tri-state intersection of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. The city is corporate headquarters to 10 Fortune 500 companies including Macy's, Kroger Co. and Procter & Gamble Co.

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