Latest News
HomeHotels & Lodging$90m. Hotel Cleveland, Autograph Collection now open

$90m. Hotel Cleveland, Autograph Collection now open

Hotel Cleveland

Hotel Cleveland, now part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, completes a $90 million renovation, enhancing its historic charm with modern amenities and becoming a top spot for dining and events in Ohio.

CLEVELAND – Following an impressive $90 million restoration and nearly a decade of careful planning, Hotel Cleveland, Autograph Collection and its monumental renovation is complete at 24 Public Square in Downtown Cleveland. Now restored to its former glory, this historic American icon heads into the future with the contemporary refinements that honor the important history of architectural treasure. As a newly minted member of Mariott’s Autograph Collection, Hotel Cleveland guests can earn and redeem Marriott Bonvoy points during their stays while enjoying all the perks of Bonvoy membership.

Hotel Cleveland

Stunning new interior design has been added property wide to reflects the city’s steel-clad resolve, its warmth of community and its present-day charisma in its 441 guest rooms and 50 suites, a sophisticated new lobby, two restaurants and a bar and 59,000 square feet of meeting space. Thirty distinctive event spaces include three ballrooms, one of which is the largest Marriott ballroom in Ohio at 22,590 square feet.

The new restaurants fully embrace the Cleveland spirit, including Maker, quickly becoming the city’s hottest spot for lunch, happy hour and dinner. Unmatched views of Public Square paint a vibrant backdrop for chic décor, buttery leather seating, bespoke lamps shaded with vintage Cuyahoga riverfront images and an eyepopping backbar. A massive green crystal chandelier dazzles overhead, telling guests how special this place has been – and always will be – to Cleveland. Uber talented chef teams designed Maker’s menu of small plates and shareable dishes, along with imaginative entrees and sides – all envisioned through a distinctively Cleveland lens. An artisanal emphasis on craft cocktails and alcohol-free culinary concoctions make Maker the place to gather or unwind. Just a few steps away, Mowrey’s offers ala carte American-style breakfast favorites with very special Cleveland twists. Mowrey’s will also be available for tucked-away private dining experiences. The Mowery’s moniker is a nod to the tavern and inn that sat on this very site in 1814 tavern, giving the corner a rich 200-plus-year history of providing hospitality to Cleveland visitors and locals.

Hotel Cleveland

More than just a place to stay, gather and dine, Hotel Cleveland is a living narrative that not only celebrates the city, but is shaped by the same dynamics that built Cleveland itself. The hotel brings its storied past into the future, with every guest taking part in the city’s unfolding story.“Everyone has a story or memory connected to Hotel Cleveland and the other hospitality pioneers that stood at this address, and we’ve been collecting their stories ,” said Hotel Cleveland General Manager Frank McGee. “One of the many ways we embody this extraordinary city is by sharing those stories with guests as they move through the space, creating truly special moments for them.” McGee added that Clevelanders and past guests alike are encouraged to continue sharing their experiences at the hotel via its social media or website contact link.

Hotel Cleveland

From presidents and royalty to rock stars and sports legends, the Hotel Cleveland and its predecessors have hosted some of the world’s most prominent travelers. Luminaries like Martin Luther King, Duke Ellington, Charles Lindbergh, Harry Truman and Eleanor Roosevelt have visited. Using the latest NFC code medallions, guests can stand before historic imagery and artworks to be transported to the city’s – and the nation’s – most important moments. During The Beatles’ 1964 stay, for example, police were called when mobs of fans surrounded the hotel. This and other stories add to the richness of the Hotel Cleveland experience.

Co-Founder & Chief Editor - TravelDailyNews Media Network | Website | + Posts

Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales.

She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.