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Thinking of taking a trip to America’s Midwest? Why not try Cleveland? Ohio may not be the first state that springs to mind in the Midwest, but this workingman’s city has a lot to offer. With attractions like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Pro Football Hall of Fame, and the Cleveland Museum of Art, this lakeside metropolis has something for everyone. With Venere, we take the hassle out of booking your stay; and as experts in travel, we know just how to help you find the best hotels in Cleveland. Our hotels are searchable online at and feature detailed descriptions, real-time rates and availability, over 1 million reviews from real guests, and the best deals on the web. You can easily book your stay online or give us a call and allow us to help you find the right hotel for your travel needs.

What's Cleveland Like?

Grit meets sophistication in this vibrant city on the banks of Lake Erie. As the birthplace of Rock and home to the Cleveland Browns, Indians, and Cavaliers, Cleveland knows how to party. The city’s Warehouse District is known for its fashionable nightlife plethora of chic restaurants; dance, jazz, and blues clubs; and more. The Warehouse District is not the only nightlife in the city—you can find plenty of bars and clubs throughout the downtown area and various neighborhoods. On the shores of Lake Erie, you’ll find the Great Lakes Science Center, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the USS COD Submarine Memorial. Much of the city can be covered on foot or bus, but a car may be useful when seeing sites outside of town. Not only is Cleveland where Rock music got its start, but this lakeside metropolis is just an hour away from the birthplace of the National Football League in Canton, Ohio. Bordering the city are the Cleveland Metroparks, a ring of 18 parks in and around the city lovingly called the “Emerald Necklace” by locals. Unlike most city parks, this park is a sprawling wilderness, matching the down-to-earth character of Cleveland itself.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cleveland

Cleveland may be the second largest city in Ohio, but it’s certainly lacks the ego of a major metropolis. Here, you can enjoy a little of everything from cultural exhibits and museums to sports games, as well as outdoor activities like paddle boarding and hiking. The Emerald Necklace is a great place to get in touch with the outdoors and Cleveland locals. The city’s Metroparks offer many outdoor activities as well as a zoo housing more than 3,000 animals and a two-story “Rainforest” that can warm even the coldest toes on a brisk winter day. Locals can easily be found at home games for the Browns, Cavaliers, and Indians, no matter how rough the season looks. Browns fans are notoriously loyal, regardless of the score, and when baseball comes to town, you’d wager half the city called in sick to work. Locals also frequent the West Side Market, a 100 year old marketplace full of meats, cheese, produce, and more inside a subway-tiled concourse. Let loose and have some fun – you’re sure to get along with Cleveland’s unapologetically unique citizens during your stay.