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Walk to Q Arena and House of Blues Cleveland

When you stay at Radisson Hotel Cleveland-Gateway, you can enjoy a quiet night in a comfortable room or suite and wake up every morning close to downtown’s best attractions. See a Broadway show at Playhouse Square, about half a mile to the east, or walk five minutes west for live music at the House of Blues Cleveland. For sports fans, our hotel is less than a mile from Quicken Loans Arena, Progressive Field and the Wolstein Center. For attractions like The Cleveland Museum of Art and the Cleveland Botanical Garden, walk just a block to hop on public transportation. Traveling with kids? Pay a visit to more than 170 animal species at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

Family fun

  • William G. Mather Steamship (1 mile)
    Explore this 618-foot steamship from stem to stern and learn what life was like for freight industry workers in the early to mid-1900s.
    Phone: +1 (216) 694-2000
  • Great Lakes Science Center (1.3 miles)
    Kids love the interactive exhibits and dynamic programming at Great Lakes Science Center. This massive museum features a domed-screen theater and loads of family fun.
    Phone +1 (216) 694-2000
  • Cleveland Botanical Garden (5 miles)
    Escape urban Cleveland for a breath of fresh air at these beautifully landscaped gardens. Step inside the greenhouse to view plants from Madagascar and butterflies from Costa Rica.
    Phone: +1 (216) 721-1600
  • Cleveland Metroparks Zoo (5 miles)
    Discover more than 170 species of animals from around the world at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, the perfect place for a family-friendly outing any day of the week.
    Phone: +1 (216) 661-6500

Shopping and entertainment

  • House of Blues Cleveland (0.3 miles)
    An homage to Southern culture and African American musical contributions, House of Blues is a legendary venue that has hosted some of the industry’s biggest stars.
    Phone: +1 (216) 523-2583
  • Playhouse Square (0.4 miles)
    More than a million guests per year visit Playhouse Square to see touring musicians and Broadway performances.
    Phone: +1 (216) 771-4444
  • East 4th Street (0.5 miles)
    Stroll down East 4th Street for world-class entertainment, dining and shopping. This district has been specially curated to be “like no other street in the world.”
    Phone: +1 (216) 589-1111
  • Tower City Center (0.7 miles)
    A mixed-use entertainment complex overlooking the Cuyahoga River, Tower City Center boasts more than 80 stores and restaurants, plus a movie theater.
    Phone: +1 (216) 771-0033


  • Quicken Loans Arena (0.1 mile)
    Join the crowds at Quicken Loans Arena to go wild over a Cleveland Monsters game. The Q, as it’s known locally, also hosts a variety of other live performances ranging from wrestling to concerts.
    Phone: +1 (888) 894-9424
  • Progressive Field (0.2 miles)
    Progressive Field is home to the Cleveland Indians baseball team. Buy tickets online to fill one of the stadium’s 35,225 seats.
    Phone: +1 (216) 420-4487
  • Cleveland State University Wolstein Center (0.6 miles)
    Watch the Cleveland State University men’s and women’s basketball teams play at Wolstein Center. This venue also hosts concerts, conventions and live performances.
    Phone: +1 (216) 324-5849
  • FirstEnergy Stadium (1 mile)
    FirstEnergy Stadium is a multi-purpose, state-of-the-art arena that has housed every Cleveland Browns home football game since 1999.
    Phone: +1 (440) 891-5001


  • Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (2 miles)
    For 150,000 square feet of artifacts that trace the history of rock music, visit Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. With more than 200 legends on the list of inductees, this museum offers plenty to see and do.
    Phone: +1 (216) 781-7625
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (3.2 miles)
    The MOCA is guaranteed to fuel your imagination and cultivate creativity, with paintings, sculptures and photographs by both contemporary artists and artists of historical importance.
    Phone: +1 (216) 421-8671
  • The Cleveland Museum of Art (4.5 miles)
    This museum opened its doors in 1913 “for the benefit of all the people forever” and showcases, among many other things, collections of African, Chinese, Islamic, Greek and Korean art.
    Phone: +1 (216) 421-7350


  • Cleveland State University (0.7 miles)
    This $500 million campus was established in 1964, and it has since educated hundreds of thousands of students in more than 200 fields of study.
    Phone: +1 (216) 687-2000
  • Case Western Reserve University (4.5 miles)
    With academic programs in medicine, law, engineering, art and more, Case Western Reserve University is one of the region’s top colleges, enrolling more than 11,300 students annually.
    Phone: +1 (216) 368-2000