THE RITZ-CARLTON, CLEVELAND

1515 West Third Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113 USA
Phone:  +1 (216) 623-1300   •  Map & Directions
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Attractions

From a festive night in the Warehouse District and East 4th neighborhoods to a pilgrimage to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland provides big-city options with an air of Midwestern charm. Sports enthusiasts and entertainment lovers will appreciate the proximity to Quicken Loans Arena, home to the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers and various concerts throughout the year, while thrill-seekers can take advantage of the adjoining Horseshoe Casino. Our Cleveland hotel’s convenient downtown location makes it the perfect place to discover all that the city has to offer.


Attractions

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Horseshoe Casino Cleveland
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Adjacent/ 5 minutes
(216) 297-4777 / Website
The Horseshoe Casino Cleveland is located in the historic Higbee Building and is situated in the same complex as the hotel. The Casino features slot machines, table games and a World Series of Poker Room.
Quicken Loans Arena
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Adjacent / 5 minutes
(216) 420-2000 / Website
Quicken Loans Arena (a.k.a. "The Q") is a 20,000-seat sports and entertainment arena that is home to the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers and hosts some of the entertainment industry’s biggest names. The Q is connected to the hotel via an indoor walkway.
House of Blues
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0.5 miles / 5 minutes
(216) 523-BLUE / Website
The House of Blues is an intimate music hall and restaurant that provides a unique, small-club environment in which to enjoy a variety of live music performances.
Progressive Field
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.5 mile / 5 minutes
(216) 420-4636 / Website
A world-class urban ballpark reflective of Cleveland's industrial past, and home to MLB's Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field offers a state-of-the-art facility with a fan-friendly environment. The multi-million dollar scoreboard display system at the ballpark includes one of the largest video screens in baseball. Ballpark tours are available seasonally.
Cleveland Browns Stadium
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(888) 891-1999 / Website
Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland Browns Stadium has over 73,000 seats, including those of the notorious "Dawg Pound", a section of bleacher seats whose occupants are commonly regarded as some of the most passionate in the National Football League.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(216) 781-ROCK / Website
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is an institution dedicated to recording the history of some of the best-known and most influential rock and roll performers and producers, as well as others who have significantly influenced the industry.
Great Lakes Science Center
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(216) 694-2000 / Website
The Great Lakes Science Center is one of America's largest interactive science museums featuring more than 400 hands-on exhibits, OMNIMAX® films and daily demonstrations. Educational programs show visitors the interdependency of science, environment and technology, particularly in the Great Lakes Region. The Science Center is located between Cleveland Browns Stadium and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on the shore of Lake Erie.
West Side Market
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(216) 664-3387 / Website
Easily identified by its graceful clock tower and beautiful Neo-Classical/Byzantine style building, the historic West Side Market attracts both loyal locals and curious tourists with the city’s freshest produce and a dazzling array of ethnic foods. Through the market's history, the tenants and sellers have come from a broad base of backgrounds, representing the cultural diversity of the surrounding neighborhood and Cleveland as a whole, with many stalls remaining under individual family control for much of the life of the Market, in a few cases dating back to the original opening in 1912.
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
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5.5 miles / 10 minutes
(216) 661-6500 / Website
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is home to the largest collection of primate species in North America. The Zoo also features a botanical garden, The Rainforest, demonstrating the relationship between plants, animals and humans.
Cedar Point Amusement Park
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58 miles / 1 hour
(419) 627-2350 / Website
Located in Sandusky, Ohio, on a narrow peninsula jutting into Lake Erie, award-winning Cedar Point is a 364-acre amusement park that is home to the most rides and roller coasters in the world. Highlights include the largest swinging thrill ride and two of the world’s fastest and tallest roller coasters. With a history dating back to 1870, Cedar Point is the second oldest amusement park in North America.
Greater Cleveland Aquarium
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(216) 862-8803 / Website
The Greater Cleveland Aquarium features nearly ½ a million gallons of water. Guests enjoy an underwater walk-though experiences and interactive programs.

Cultural

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Great Lakes Science Center
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(216) 694-2000 / Website
The Great Lakes Science Center is one of America's largest interactive science museums featuring more than 400 hands-on exhibits, OMNIMAX® films and daily demonstrations. Educational programs show visitors the interdependency of science, environment and technology, particularly in the Great Lakes Region. The Science Center is located between Cleveland Browns Stadium and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on the shore of Lake Erie.
Playhouse Square Center
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(800) 766-6048 / Website
Playhouse Square Center, founded in 1921, is the second largest theater complex in the United States, second only to New York City's Lincoln Center. The Palace, State, Ohio, Allen, Hanna, Kennedy’s Cabaret and 14th Street Theaters host Broadway shows, plays, musicals, opera, ballet and contemporary performing arts.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(216) 781-ROCK / Website
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is an institution dedicated to recording the history of some of the best-known and most influential rock and roll performers and producers, as well as others who have significantly influenced the industry.
Cleveland Museum of Art
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5 miles / 10 minutes
(216) 421-7350 / Website
Considered one of the most distinguished comprehensive art museums in the nation, the Cleveland Museum of Art is renowned for the quality and breadth of its collection. It is also home to world-class exhibitions, scholarship, art education, and performing arts. The renovated and expanded building includes a soaring glass-roofed atrium, two dining options, the innovative and interactive Gallery One, and beautiful gallery spaces. Visit for an hour or explore all day; the Cleveland Museum of Art is complimentary.
MOCA Cleveland
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5 miles / 10 minutes
(216) 421-8671 / Website
Enjoy rotating exhibits of contemporary art at MOCA, located in Uptown.
Severance Hall
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5 miles / 10 minutes
(216) 231-1111
Hailed for over half a century as one of the world’s most beautiful concert halls, Severance Hall in University Circle is the acoustically legendary home of The Cleveland Orchestra, an internationally revered symphonic ensemble.
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
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5 miles / 10 minutes
(216) 231-4600 / Website
Explore the Cleveland Museum of Natural History with a hands-on Discovery Center, outdoor gardens and wildlife habitats, dinosaur exhibit and planetarium programs.
Cleveland Botanical Garden
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5 miles / 10 minutes
(216) 721-1600 / Website
Explore 10 acres of outdoor gardens and an exotic Glasshouse year-round.

Parks

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Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
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5.5 miles / 10 minutes
(216) 661-6500 / Website
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is home to the largest collection of primate species in North America. The Zoo also features a botanical garden, The Rainforest, demonstrating the relationship between plants, animals and humans.

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Quicken Loans Arena
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Adjacent / 5 minutes
(216) 420-2000 / Website
Quicken Loans Arena (a.k.a. "The Q") is a 20,000-seat sports and entertainment arena that is home to the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers and hosts some of the entertainment industry’s biggest names. The Q is connected to the hotel via an indoor walkway.
Progressive Field
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.5 mile / 5 minutes
(216) 420-4636 / Website
A world-class urban ballpark reflective of Cleveland's industrial past, and home to MLB's Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field offers a state-of-the-art facility with a fan-friendly environment. The multi-million dollar scoreboard display system at the ballpark includes one of the largest video screens in baseball. Ballpark tours are available seasonally. 
House of Blues
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0.5 miles / 5 minutes
(216) 523-BLUE / Website
The House of Blues is an intimate music hall and restaurant that provides a unique, small-club environment in which to enjoy a variety of live music performances.
Cleveland Browns Stadium
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(888) 891-1999 / Website
Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland Browns Stadium has over 73,000 seats, including those of the notorious "Dawg Pound", a section of bleacher seats whose occupants are commonly regarded as some of the most passionate in the National Football League.
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
(show details)
5.5 miles / 10 minutes
(216) 661-6500 / Website
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is home to the largest collection of primate species in North America. The Zoo also features a botanical garden, The Rainforest, demonstrating the relationship between plants, animals and humans.
Cedar Point Amusement Park
(show details)
58 miles / 1 hour
(419) 627-2350 / Website
Located in Sandusky, Ohio, on a narrow peninsula jutting into Lake Erie, award-winning Cedar Point is a 364-acre amusement park that is home to the most rides and roller coasters in the world. Highlights include the largest swinging thrill ride and two of the world’s fastest and tallest roller coasters. With a history dating back to 1870, Cedar Point is the second oldest amusement park in North America.

Shopping

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Tower City Center
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Adjacent to hotel
(216) 736-7640 / Website
Downtown Cleveland's landmark skyscraper is home to shopping, offices, dining, movie theaters, and an amphitheater.  Located in what used to serve as an art deco train station, Tower City Center is the location for seasonal events and relaxation. 

Tower City has implemented the Parental Involvement Program, which will be in effect from 2:30 p.m. until close, seven days a week.  Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. 


West Side Market
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1 mile / 5 minutes
(216) 664-3387 / Website
Easily identified by its graceful clock tower and beautiful Neo-Classical/Byzantine style building, the historic West Side Market attracts both loyal locals and curious tourists with the city’s freshest produce and a dazzling array of ethnic foods. Through the market's history, the tenants and sellers have come from a broad base of backgrounds, representing the cultural diversity of the surrounding neighborhood and Cleveland as a whole, with many stalls remaining under individual family control for much of the life of the Market, in a few cases dating back to the original opening in 1912.
Crocker Park
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17 miles / 22 minutes
(440) 871-6880 / Website
Located in the beautiful neighborhood of Westlake, Crocker Park shopping district encompasses 12 city blocks and features a mixture of internationally known retail stores; spacious office buildings; great restaurants like 87 West Wine Bar, Brio Tuscan Grille, The Cheesecake Factory and Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse; and luxury living areas. The park-like setting is filled with the captivating charm and bustling energy of a traditional downtown main street. Guests may enjoy a variety of entertainment opportunities in this suburban hotspot.
Eton Shopping Center
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18 miles / 25 minutes
(216) 591-0544 / Website
Eton, located east of Cleveland in the suburb of Woodmere, is a stylish collection of stores, services, and restaurants both indoors and outdoors. The landscaped shopping center features comfortable outdoor seating in the summer, as well as a generous number of chess tables. The unique collection of stores include Trader Joe's, Barnes & Noble, Anthropologie, Sur La Table, Smith & Hawken, A Sharper Image, and Design Within Reach. Fleming's Prime Steakhouse, Mitchell's Fish Market, Taza A Lebanese Grill, Bravo! Cucina Italiana, and Stone Oven Bakery & Cafe are among its restaurants.
Beachwood Place Shopping Center
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20 miles / 30 minutes
(216) 464-9460 / Website
An upscale retail center, Beachwood Place is anchored by Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue, along with Dillard’s. The enclosed mall has over 150 retailers, services, and restaurants, including an atrium with a newly renovated food court, and is convenient to reach from the highway.
Legacy Village
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20 miles / 30 minutes
(216) 382-3871 / Website
Legacy Village is an upscale, outdoor mall combining a variety of restaurants with home furnishing, clothing, and housewares stores. The dozens of retailers and eateries include The Apple Store, Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Crate & Barrel, Restoration Hardware, Viking Store, Claddagh Irish Pub, and The Cheesecake Factory.