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Less than 2 minutes’ walk from the Riverfront, Hampton Inn & Suites Newport/Cincinnati, KY features views of the water and Cincinnati skyline. Perfect location!!! Took our 6 and 3 year old to walk on the bridges straight from our hotel. Also walked to Newport on the Levee for a meal and sweet treats with a riverfront veiw.
It’s close to a great Mexican restaurant Cancun. This room was dirty. I walked barefoot on the carpet and my feet were black when I went to put my shoes on. I had to wash them even though I took a shower. Came home and took another shower. The bath mat was stained bad. So gross! I will never stay there again.
Nice town to stay in if dont want to be in busier city of cincy. Has several restaurants to eat at and newport on levee where aquarium is. Cincinnati is across short bridge can see cityscape from hotel. Lots to do in city too. Drive further into newport n has more restaurants n stores. Also graeters ice cream. Eat good german food at hofbrauhaus close to hotel.
The town is pretty clean. I felt safe at all times. But, I didn't spend time in Newport, since I was traveling back and forth to Cincinnati, Ohio. The motel sits right on the Ohio river which is scenic.
There was a lot going on, such as, the river jazz boat ride was fun for me and my family. Newport Aquarium was crowded, but still fun and exciting. A lot of shopping centers nearby and the Cincinnati museum center is over the bridge.
It's a nice city with lots of restaurants, bars and things to do nearby. The Purple People Bridge is accessible by food or scooter to walk across the Ohio river to the Cincinnati side. We found little stores and a great place for breakfast nearby, an older restaurant with a 50's feel to it including an old juke box on the table, named Pepper Pod. We attended the Blink that was taking place in Cincinnati and Covington. I've included a picture of the Roebling Bridge that was lit up for Blink!
Make sure you take the bus around Cincinnati and explore the city itself. The River Park was gorgeous and had features for children and adults. We had good dinners at Buckhead, Joe's, and Cancun, along River Row Road by the Comfort Inn. Walking the levee and across the Purple People Bridge was fun. Check out the Ferris Wheel in downtown Cincinnati also. At 150 feet high, the view is breathtaking. The city was very clean, felt safe to walk around (there are a number of sad-looking folks sitting on the sidewalks with signs asking for help). There were rentable bicycles and scooters in various places if you didn't want to walk.. Look for barges being pushed by tug boats on the Ohio.