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Hotels in Cincinnati near Paul Brown Stadium

Paul Brown Stadium Introduction

Home to the Cincinnati Bengals National Football League team, Paul Brown Stadium, nicknamed the Jungle, has been hosting major events and concerts since opening in 2000. Over 65,500 people can fit into the stadium, which is also home to the Cincinnati Bearcats National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball team. You can get a view of Clay Wade Bailey Bridge and the Ohio River from some of the seats. It’s in a prime location if you want to visit downtown, which is just a 17-minute walk away. The area offers plenty of restaurants and sports bars to choose from.

Hotels near Paul Brown Stadium

A wide array of accommodations are available near Paul Brown Stadium, most of which are in the downtown central business district. Some of the nearby 3- and 4-star hotels offer fitness rooms and indoor or outdoor pools, as well as restaurants and bars. If you don’t mind the crowds, heat and humidity, June through August is a popular time to come to Cincinnati. The spring and fall offer cooler temperatures and lower hotel prices, but the most budget-friendly time to visit is during the winter when the cold tends to keep some visitors away.

Where to stay near Paul Brown Stadium

Paul Brown Stadium is located in the downtown/central business district, where you’ll find plenty of places to eat and drink. A popular hub is Fountain Square, which offers regular events and activities, as well as shops and restaurants. To the east of downtown is Mount Adams, a scenic area offering city views and parks, along with a wealth of eateries and boutique shops. It’s also home to Krohn Observatory. A good choice for families may be Mason, a Cincinnati neighborhood 24.6 miles from the center, which is home to the 364-acre Kings Island amusement and water park.

Things to see near Paul Brown Stadium

Take in the views from Smale Riverfront Park, a scenic area with shops, restaurants and playgrounds, which is only a 3-minute walk from Paul Brown Stadium. Just 10 minutes away is Great American Ball Park where you can watch a Cincinnati Reds Major League Baseball game. As the second oldest zoo in the country, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden exhibits nearly 1,900 animals on its 75-acre property, and is only 3.7 miles from the venue. Cincinnati Art Museum, 2.6 miles from the stadium, offers a collections of more than 67,000 works of art, including paintings by Monet and Picasso.

How to get to Paul Brown Stadium

Paul Brown Stadium is easily accessible from central areas of Cincinnati. There’s an extensive bus network connecting major tourist attractions, including Fountain Square, and it’s only a 1-minute walk from the nearest bus stop. Red Bike is a public bicycle sharing system with more than 40 locations throughout the city. If you’re travelling by train, Union Station, 2 miles away, is the nearest Amtrak terminal. Or, if you’re flying into the area, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is 12.5 miles from the stadium, while Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport is just 6.9 miles away.