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Visit our hotel's location near downtown Cincinnati
Perfectly suited for your upcoming vacation, the Radisson Cincinnati Riverfront is situated in beautiful Covington, KY, just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati's premier destinations. Thanks to the hotel's convenient location near downtown Cincinnati, you can enjoy easy access to attractions like the Cincinnati Zoo, the Newport Aquarium, the Reds' Great American Ball Park and Paul Brown Stadium. The Radisson is also convenient to the Duke Energy Center, and it is just 15 minutes from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).
Nearby attractions include:
- Covington 200th Birthday
Covington rolls out the red carpet for its 200th birthday, featuring a variety of events throughout the year.
- Historic MainStrasse Village (0.5 blocks)
This historic German neighborhood features charming shops, restaurants and taverns.
Phone: +1 (859) 491-0458
- Paul Brown Stadium (1.5 miles)
Catch a Bengals game along the river!
Phone: +1 (513) 455-4800
- Duke Energy Center (1.7 miles)
Cincinnati's downtown convention center is a popular place for business conferences.
Phone: +1 (513) 419-7300
- BB Riverboats (1.8 miles)
Cruise the Ohio River and enjoy breathtaking views of downtown Cincinnati with BB Riverboats.
Phone: +1 (800) 261-8586
- Great American Ball Park (1.9 miles)
Catch a game with the Cincinnati Reds, the nation's oldest major-league baseball team.
Phone: +1 (513) 381-7337
- Newport on the Levee (1.9 miles)
This destination features a movie theater, an aquarium and shopping.
Phone: +1 (859) 291-0550
- Newport Aquarium (2 miles)
Take a trip "beneath the ocean" and see thousands of species of aquatic creatures and one of the best shark-viewing galleries in the U.S.
Phone: +1 (859) 261-7444
- US Bank Arena (2 miles)
At this venue, see a Cyclones hockey game or a major concert.
Phone: +1 (513) 421-4111
- Contemporary Arts Center (2.1 miles)
This eclectic modern-art museum has housed controversial and famous works such as Picasso's Guernica. Be sure to visit the UnMuseum, a fun, hands-on exhibit.
Phone: +1 (513) 345-8400
- Taft Museum (2.3 miles)
Explore this 19th-century home to find interesting artifacts, Limoges porcelain and Rembrandt paintings.
Phone: +1 (513) 241-0343
- Cincinnati Museum Center (3 miles)
The Museum of Natural History and Science, the Cincinnati History Museum and Duke Energy Children's Museum are all located at this destination. The OmniMax Theater is also found in this complex.
Phone: +1 (800) 733-2077
- Krohn Conservatory/Eden Park (3.4 miles)
In addition to the Krohn Conservatory's rotating events, this area features hill-top parks with spectacular views, as well as a 1,459-acre forest to explore.Phone: +1 (513) 421-4086
- Cincinnati Art Museum (3.7 miles)
The art museum houses pieces from famous artists like Van Gogh and Andy Warhol.
Phone: +1 (513) 639-2995
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden (6 miles)
The United States' second-oldest zoo is home to thousands of animals, including white lions, manatees and rhinos. There are also botanical gardens to explore.
Phone: +1 (513) 281-4700
- Bank of Kentucky Center (7 miles)
The Bank of Kentucky Center is one of the area's top entertainment destinations, featuring first-class concerts, family shows and a wide variety of sporting events.
Phone: +1 (859) 442-2652
- The Creation Museum (14 miles)
The Bible comes alive through characters and animals at this 70,000-square-foot museum.
Phone: +1 (888) 582-4253