The Arcade, Hyatt Regency in downtown, Cleveland - Ohio
A Christmas party lead me to the historic Arcade building in downtown Cleveland, Ohio where we enjoyed a nights stay in it's hotel, with comfy beds, clean and high vaulted ceilings; compliments of Soprema. The beauty and history that lies in this building should not be taken for granted as it is an important part of Cleveland's affluent past. This building was one of America's greatest shopping centers back in 1890 connecting two thoroughfares; Euclid and Superior Avenues. During the planning, the design of this building was so innovative and audacious no local construction companies would bid on it. Finally, it was built by The Detroit Bridge Company, standing today and was once a landmark that was ranked one of the top 10 places in the country to make the National Register of Historic Places. In 2001 the Hyatt Regency open their hotel in The Arcade for visitors to be influenced and welcomed by Cleveland's generous spirit. The building was restored and reopened in 2011; the renovation won the highest honor of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The building consist of 5 stories of shops, a food court, restaurants and bar, coffee cafe, ballroom and hotel rooms with an 8 story skylight escalating over above. It is perhaps one of the pretties places to shop and stay, with European style influence accompanied by elegance and enchantment, ornate iron balconies, marble staircases and natural lighting from above leading your way; you are sure to be impacted by the buildings impressive statement! Guests of the Arcade will enjoy being close to many activities and popular destinations nearby. I enjoyed my stay and appreciate my hometown - Cleveland, Ohio.
Gwynn Burns, Realtor