Millennium Hotel

, Cincinnati, United States
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Millennium Hotel

, Cincinnati
3 star

Rooms: 422

141 West Sixth Street - Cincinnati - Ohio - 45202-2393 - United States Hotel Website | | 513 352 2100
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Reviews - Millennium Hotel

Theft in Valet
Submitted by: Tom in 01/07/05
  • Age Group:
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
A DVD/VCR combo that our kids watched on long trips, an extra video screen, and a radar detector was stolen out of our car in valet parking. They claim it was a crackhead off the street, but the car was not broken into.
The security people were real nice when the theft was discovered, but when we called back the next day, they gave us the run around. After several phone conversations and being lied to several times, they comped our room. This only occured after I asked the manager for it. She never once offered it until I asked. DO NOT USE THE VALET if you have to stay here! There was also no place close to eat after midnight!
Inconvenient and Overpriced
Submitted by: Suzanne Justice in 11/05/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
Reluctantly, I have to admit that I felt the cost of our room was not equalled by the service, accommodations, or amenities offered at this location. We were glad that we only spent one night at the Millennium and we certainly would not recommend this hotel to friends visiting Cincinnati.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Millennium Hotel

A little disappointed

from BubbasMom
Stayed one night in January 2004. Small rooms. Modern decor ok - nice headboard unit. Chair very uncomfortable. Desk area nice. Not room for even a small table/chairs unit. Staff seemed nice and helpful. Shares lobby (and who knows what else) with Sheraton Four Points. Don't valet park unless extreme circumstances - can park very close for cheaper - much simpler too as valet parking only seems to be 100% during business hours.

Perfect Location

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at the Millennium in November 2004. I came before check in time on a game day (Dallas vs. Bengals) and they checked me in early on a great floor. I suggest asking for a floor in the high 20s. The view is great (however the windows need cleaning). The rooms are very pretty and the beds comfortable. Because there's a lot of electrical options in the rooms, there's a lot of static electricity. The rooms are well kept but dusty - at least mine was. The great part was that the room didn't smell shower-musty like most hotel rooms do.

There's no refrigerators in the rooms, but you can rent one for about $10 a day.

The business center on the lobby level is excellent. There's free Internet access (but no Microsoft Office). WordPerfect is available though, and there's also free printing. There's a great gift shop and a self playing piano in the lobby too.

Saks, Tiffany's, Ann Taylor, Talbots, etc. are all in walking distance. There's a Walgreens across the street as well, and I think that's a perfect bonus for the traveller.

The laundry mat and work out room have issues. However, if you won't be using these, you'll be fine.

I recommend it, and I would come back again.

Your better off at a Red Roof Inn

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at this hotel on a business trip, at to put it simply, it was seriously overrated! I am a wheelchair user and it took them 3 times to get me into a accessible room!I kept telling them I could not get through the doors of the rooms they gave me.

They charge $18.00 to park your car, and your only other option is to park a couple of blocks away. This option does not work for many elderly and disabled individuals. The rooms were VERY small and not the cleanest.

Additionally, the concierge desk was not open for the 2 1/2 days I was there. I am convinced that there are many nicer hotels in the area for the money. I travel extensivly, and quite honestly I have had much better stays at a Red Roof Inn. Don't waste your money on this place.

bad stay at sheraton

from A TripAdvisor Member
Booked a block of rooms for my wedding at Four Points Sheraton. Have never been treated so disrespectfully. Nearly ALL of our guests had some problem or other. Will never stay at a Sheraton again.

Very happy with my stay

from hapachic
I was a bit concerned from the reviews that I read here before my stay for a 4 day conference at the convention center. I was trying to decide between this hotel and the Crowne Plaza. I was SO glad that I chose here because it was close to everything and I felt like I was t the center of it all. The single double room was cozy but comfortable. The shower was good. I had no problems with the service and the bistro downstairs was excellent for lunch and dinner. I paid $130/night, but had I booked in advance on hotels I could have gotten it a lot cheaper.

Not worth it

from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel rooms were updated recently and do look like the pictures on the first glance. There was no attention paid to the details of the rooms. The walls, ceiling, bathroom tub/shower and floor were stained and shabby. There was a blood stain on the underside of the comforter that my husband and I found when we turned it down for the night. The bolster cover on the pillow that ran the width of the bed was filthy. The hotel lobby and halls were nice. Staff was fine. We paid $89/night in August using an online travel service. We found out that the hotel was offering an online deal of $48/night and that is about what it is worth, only because of the location. There are other hotels in the city though, so don't pick this one if you have a choice!

Clean Hotel

from Rubau
Millenium was a nice hotel. We stayed in a club level room on the 29th floor. The view was amazing. Cincinnati is beautiful. The hotel is within walking distance to everything. Good place to stay, however, I wouldn't pay more than $100 a night. We booked a club level room with contintal breakfast for $129 a night plus 17.5% tax... plus $18 for parking. I thought that was a bit much, but we had a great time. Eat at Palomino (within walking distance) and go to one of the casinos in Lawrenceburg, IN (20-30 min away). Overall Cincinnati is a nice place and Millenium is a good hotel. Oh, just a tip, check rates at Millenium and Four Points Sheraton before you book because they are the same hotel. Only gripe... they only have 1-2 people per counter taking care of all the guests, so you may have to wait a bit before checking in.

Modern, Pretty decent hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed here for one night. The hotel is newly renovated with very modern decor. Our room matched the online photos to a tee. Although newly remodeled it seems they didn't redo the showers (they are a little small and the tile seems old, but clean) or the wallpaper. But, the fixtures and furniture are all new.
The staff was very nice, helpful and quick to help fulfill our needs.
We got an incredible deal ($50 on Travel Zoo) for this hotel! But, I wouldn't have been disappointed had we paid more.
The location is perfect we could walk to everything!

t Deserve Its Four-Star Rating

from A TripAdvisor Member
We went to the Millennium, hoping for a luxurious weekend to celebrate our anniversary. Rather than going into all the horrible details, suffice to say the rooms were so small, there wasn't even room for a table, and thus no way to have room service. The bath was small and crowded -- I expect a four-star hotel to have the sink outside the toilet/shower area, rather than crammed between the two with no room for toiletries. The towels were skimpy, coarse, and not enough of them. Same for the pillows. The bed was a mattress on a platform, which made for a very uncomfortable night. Even Holiday Inn Express manages box springs! The promised rooftop restaurant was unavailable, and the purported valet parking was frequently closed, necessitating a trip to the hotel next door to get your car. The "full breakfast" didn't even justify being called a "continental", and again was not on the rooftop, where it was supposed to be. There were many more things wrong, but this gives you the idea. We are experienced travelers, and this place definitely over-billed itself!

Good deal for the price

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed 2 weekend nights while in town for a Reds game and the opera - you can walk to both. The room was very small (just like in Europe) but nicely furnished and bright. There are a couple of public garages within 2-3 blocks where you can park for $1/day weekends, or else you can pay $18/day for valet. There are only 3 elevators for 450 rooms on 20+ floors, so be prepared to wait. Great room for the very low price I paid, but I would go elsewhere if paying the full rack rate. The Sheraton and Crowne Plaza are the lowest-end hotels in the area, so expect a rowdy Reds clientele during summer weekends...

Top Local Tips for Cincinnati

Palomino's, inside the Macy's, Downtown Cincinnati This restaurant is excellent. If you are looking for a nice place to eat, overlooking Fountain Square, this place is it. It has a really nice ambiance and the food was excellent!

McCormick & Schmicks Just three blocks up the road, M&S has an awesome happy hour...$1.95 Cheeseburger & fries with 2 drink purchase (also discounted). We chowed down for $20!

Family/Couple Ideas Nearby there is the Great American Ballpark and across the River is Newport, where you can take kids or dates to the Newport Aquarium.


Other names for Millennium Hotel

  • cincinnati millennium hotel
  • Address: 141 West Sixth Street - Cincinnati - Ohio - 45202-2393 - United States
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