The Mariemont Inn offers a unique and unforgettable experience compared to other Cincinnati luxury hotels. This is evident in everything from the overall tudor architecture to the custom décor and historic character. Upon entrance to the hotel, you will notice that the Mariemont Inn is homey and cozy. While the Mariemont Inn is quite large, the current owner has maintained a boutique, home-like feel to make it an ideal hotel for business people travelling to Cincinnati, couples, and families alike.
The Mariemont Inn Cincinnati was created as the centerpiece of the beautiful Village of Mariemont. The vision of the village was to be a model “English Garden” community and a self-sufficient town where good planning would prevent common big-city problems. Architects Zettle and Rapp designed the Mariemont Inn to be three stories of timber and brick. The architects knew that this was the perfect place to design a hotel since everything the residents needed was within walking distance. The Inn gave the town a cozy feel that homesick travelers desired and made the Inn an important part of the new community.
The Mariemont Inn has worked hard to preserve the history and luxurious comfort of this upscale boutique hotel. When the hotel was first built, there were 58 guest rooms, and community banquet rooms for the village to gather in for:
It was a truly special place for the whole town to gather and stay, whether that was for business or family. The timber-and-brick Mariemont Inn has been an unforgettable part of Cincinnati for nearly 90 years.
In 2009, the Mariemont Inn completed an extensive two-year renovation resulting in an experience simply beyond all expectations. The décor of the historic hotel is authentic and true to its history. It has held onto its charm and connects an old world feel with modern necessities. When you walk into the Inn you will immediately see –
With much thought and care, we have made certain to preserve the history of this building. Because of this, the Mariemont Inn gained membership in Historic Hotels of America in 2003 and have been a member ever since. The Village of Mariemont earned the distinction of National Historic Landmark in 2007, and National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Visitors interested in learning more about the history can contact Mariemont Preservation Foundation.