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8800 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106
Nightly Rates: ($139.01 - $214.49)
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 4 of 5 stars
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Hotel Description:

InterContinental Suites Hotel Cleveland, the regions only wellness focused all-suite hotel, is conveniently located on the Cleveland Clinic campus. An oasis for guests to relax, rejuvenate and improve their overall mental and physical well-being, yet close to the city's most prominent attractions such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art and Cleveland Botanical Garden.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  8
Number of rooms:  162
Number of suites:  142
Time zone:  GMT


C2 Restaurant, Bar and Lounge: C2 Restaurant, Bar and Lounge delights guests with the experience of fresh, cultural cuisine from the Mediterranean coastal regions set in a rich, sleek yet tranquil and relaxing atmosphere that utilizes a unique ambient colored lighting system that chang
North Coast Cafe: The upbeat mood in the North Coast Cafe is a great way to start the morning or refuel in the middle of a busy day. If you can't decide what to order from the casual dining menu, you can sample the international buffet and carving station whihc changes da
L'Albatros Brasserie + Bar: Nationally acclaimed Chef and Restauranteur Zachary Bruell is the inspiration behind this Neo French brasserie located in University Circle, the cultural hub of Cleveland. Bruell designed the menu to remain true to the traditional Paris brasseries and bi
C2 Bar and Lounge: C2 Bar offers a sleek, modern yet relaxing atmosphere where guests can gather to catch up on the game, enjoy their favorite beverage and sample the restaurant s extensive menu of unique Mediterranean foods and classic American favorites. For guests wanti


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Meeting Facilities:

A2/B2 Room: Well appointed meeting room offering state-of-the art audio-visual technology, drop down screen and built-in break station. Natural lighting with full-length windows with black-out capabilities and direct access to the seasonal outdoor C2 Patio.

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          Caicos BoutiqueTip: Certainly a one-off shop. Find original creations here. Stunning clothes and great creations by New York designers on show. Slap bang in the middle of the Warehouse District.

          Chic et ModeTip: Their leather goods are exciting and well below the prices you might expect Accessories by the trunk full. Especially handbags and purses, belts and scarves.

          Dave's SupermarketsTip: Dave's family has been running them for four generations. These stores, scattered around the city, are thought of more as grocery stores than supermarkets.

          Glass Bubble ProjectTip: Combine it with a visit to the West Side Market, it's close by. Do visit this glass factory - actually, it's more of a studio, but it is still fascinating to see glass being blown. There's also a gallery and shop on the premises.

          Kilgore TroutTip: Some of the best known, and most expensive names from the world of fashion. Great service, great names: Armani, Dolce&Gabbana, Joseph.

          Loganberry BooksTip: Part bookshop, part performance center for poets, musicians, signings and lectures. Not a run of the mill bookshop. They specialize in rare, used and out of print volumes as well as new ones.

          Playhouse SquareTip: The Concierge can get details of shows and performance times. Cleveland's theater district. Many theaters have been renovated and the area is second only to Broadway for the number of productions they put on.

          Tremont DistrictTip: Take a camera, there are some amazing views to be had from here. This is the trendy district of Cleveland, filled with boutiques and bars.

          University CircleTip: It's easy to be overwhelmed here. Plan your visit carefully; pick out what you want to see beforehand. An area devoted to education, learning and medicine containing many of the finest museums, galleries, institutes and theaters.

          West Side MarketTip: One of the earliest farmers' markets. But shop around, prices differ. Set in the historical Ohio City area, this is a huge market for fresh fruit and vegetables, herbs, flowers, meat and fish. Much of the produce is organic.

          Wild Oats Natural MarketplaceTip: Different types of fast food available. Ideal for a quick bite. Everything is natural and organically grown. Here they sell fruit and vegetables as well as processed foods, deli items, vitamins and medicines. Ideal for those with dietary concerns.

          Beachwood PlaceTip: It's so big you should ask the Concierge for a store directory before you visit. Big names, such as Saks Fifth Ave, Coach, Nordstroms and Louis Vuitton amongst over 100 specialist shops and boutiques. Very much an up-market mall.

          Crocker ParkTip: If you get sick of shopping relax in the pleasant outdoor area with cobblestone walkways and fountains. This 75 acre shopping and office development has only been open a couple of years. Lots of well known labels have shops here. There are a numbe

          Legacy VillageTip: Pull up a seat and watch the world go by - a fantastic place to people watch. This is just about the best known outdoor shopping mall with some wonderful outlets: Apple Computer Store, Anne Taylor, Talbot's, Cheesecake Factory, Melting Pot.

          Cleveland Convention Center



          Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

          Highland Golf Course36 hole public golf course located at 3550 Green Road, Highland Hills, OH 44122. The course accommodates all skill levels and ages. The 18-hole LINKS course features 6,740 yards of golf for a par of 71.

          Half a Day: Art GalleriesThere are sponsored seasonal art walks which visit the galleries along Mayfield and Murray Hill in Little Italy. Even if they are not operating during your visit, you can easily take your own tour. All you need is a map and a comfortable pair of shoes.

          Half a Day: Lake and River CruiseA lake and river cruise might be just the ticket. The Goodtime III and the Nautica Queen both operate cruises at lunchtime and in the evening for dinner and dancing. They don't operate for the first three months of the year.

          One Hour: Helicopter TourIf you're really in a hurry why not take a helicopter tour? Only $110 for two people, and you get a fantastic aerial view of the city. Ask the Concierge for details.

          One Hour: Lolly the TrolleyTake a Lolly the Trolley city tour. They offer both 1 hour and 2 hour tours. It's the best way to get a feel of the city as well as a chance to understand the layout of the town. The cost is only $10, but do phone ahead for reservations.

          Two Hours: Nature and History TourEmerald Necklace Excursions can take you on a tour of the Cleveland Metroparks. It's basically a nature tour but you also get a considerable amount of historic information as well. Includes lunch.

          Two Hours: Starlight TourStarlight Tours have audio equipment for self-guided tours, such as the Afro-American heritage tour featuring the underground railroad - an escape route in the times of slavery.

          Duck Pond at University CircleIf you need to get some fresh air or unwind after a long day, this is the place. It's close to the hotel and is popular with local parents who take their children to feed the ducks.


          Rockefeller ParkAbout a 15-20 minute walk from the hotel, the park is a relaxing place to stroll around. If you are feeling more energetic, there are 3-4 tennis courts here. This park is just minutes from the Botanical Gardens, Natural History Museum, Severance Hall, and

          University CircleUniversity Circle occupies the eastern part of the city and is the educational, cultural and medical center. Close by is Little Italy, a very attractive area with many private art galleries and a host of restaurants.

          The Cleveland Museum of ArtThe Cleveland Museum of Art was founded in 1913 for the benefit of all the people forever. We strive to help the broadest possible audience understand and engage with the world s great art while honoring the highest aesthetic, intellectual, and professi

          Great Lakes BreweryTip: Try the Burning River Pale Ale ­ delicious. If you like to try new micro-brews the Great Lakes Brewery is where you want to be, with some of Cleveland's best award-winning beers. Outstanding food and service, a must for visitors.

          House of BluesTip: On Sundays they have a Gospel Brunch, it has to be seen to be believed. The House of Blues is a favorite for music lovers hosting different bands and solo artists at least 4-5 nights a week. Good food and a great decor.

          Progressive FieldTip: Ask the Concierge for game details. Progressive Field, home to the Cleveland Indians baseball team. One of the great sights in the city is the sun setting behind the five-story high scoreboard, when the Indians are out in front.

          Rock and Roll Hall of FameTip: Don't miss the Chuck Berry collection. Cleveland is, after all, the rock and roll capital of the world. Trace the history - gospel, bluegrass and R&B, and hear the sounds of all the greatest names in the business. See the recreated Sun Studios

          The Cleveland ImprovisationTip: Ask the Concierge for show details. The Improv as locals call it has hosted some of the world's best comedians such as Jerry Seinfeld, Drew Carrey, Chris Tucker, and John Pinnette. It is not only a comedy club but a good place to eat in the evenin

          The Great Lakes Science CenterTip: Will keep the kids entertained for hours. With over 400 interactive exhibits, video shows and countless items the Science Center is a fascinating place to visit.

          Warehouse DistrictThis fairly large area is home to some of Cleveland's premier restaurants, lounges, and night clubs. It is also a lovely lively area to wander around in after dinner.

          Attractions & Areas of Interest Near InterContinental SUITES HOTEL CLEVELAND:

          Cleveland Botanical Garden

          Original Glorious Church of God

          Sammy's At the Arena

          Great Lakes Science Center

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