21 c Museum Hotel opens in Cincinnati

December 7, 2012 by  

The 21 c Museum Hotel opened late last month in Cincinnati and is sure to attract visitors from nearby areas like Fairfield. The boutique museum encompasses 11 stories and contains 156 rooms.

More than four years in the making, the 21 c Museum Hotel was constructed in the century-old building that once housed the Metropole Hotel. In recognition of the structure’s past, the restaurant in the new boutique hotel is named the Metropole restaurant. The restaurant opened for dinner earlier in November, and it started serving breakfast after the hotel opened on November 26.

Steve Wilson, SEO and co-founder of the 21 c Museum Hotels, stated:

“We’re very proud to be opening our second property here and look forward to being part of this community’s art, civic, and business communities.”

New hotels emerging into Cincinnati and the surrounding area could mean more business for local printing companies and other businesses in the area. As new hotels Spring up in the city, more and more tourists are likely to be attracted to the area. Many local businesses are likely to take advantage of the extra patrons in the area by advertising special deals and promotions with the help of flyer printing or banner printing.

The 21 c Museum Hotel not only includes the hotel, museum, and restaurant, but will also have a spa located in the hotel in the near future. A bar on the rooftop of the hotel is also scheduled to open by the spring of next year.