Symphony Hotel


Symphony Hotel is a restored mansion originally built in 1871 by Peter Ehrgott, an early supporter of Cincinnati’s Symphony and May Festival.

The Hotel is next door to Cincinnati’s Music Hall, in a National Historic District, about eight blocks from downtown Cincinnati.

The guest rooms, each named after a classical music composer, and containing busts and memorabilia of each composer. Each room is furnished in authentic 1870-1890’s antiques.

All rooms include a continental breakfast plus fruit, with cappuccino and espresso-based drinks on weekends.

In addition to guest rooms, the Hotel also offers 4-course fixed price European style dinners on Friday and Saturday nights prior to Cincinnati Symphony and Opera performances, which are available approximately 40 weeks per year. Packages, including dinner and symphony tickets are available for $41.00 per person.

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