Cincinnati, Ohio Hotel near Cincinnati Reds and Cyclones Stadium
Cincinnati, Ohio is a sports fan’s paradise. Home to Major League Baseball’s Cincinnati Reds and the AA hockey team Cincinnati Cyclones, Cincinnati is a haven when it comes to sports events. The award winning
Holiday Inn Express Cincinnati West is conveniently located near The Cincinnati Reds baseball stadium and U.S. Bank Arena, home to the Cyclones hockey team. Ask about Cincinnati Sports Teams hotel packages offered at Holiday Inn Express Cincinnati West. It’s your chance to score on big savings for your Cincinnati sports weekend!
The Cincinnati Reds.
Originally known as The Cincinnati Red Stockings, The Cincinnati Reds have a long and storied past in baseball history. Cincinnati, Ohio’s home baseball team was the first team of all professional players in the United States. In its 125-year history, The Cincinnati Reds team has won five World Series championships, earned 10 pennants, and played in a dozen playoffs. The baseball team’s motto is The Power of Tradition. [Top]
Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati.
The Great American Ball Park is home to The Cincinnati Reds. Located on the Ohio River, the ballpark is a baseball-only stadium featuring architectural and design elements that celebrate the team’s significance in Cincinnati history. The stadium seats approximately 42,000 people. Guided tours of Great American Ball Park are offered throughout the year and include admission to The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. Tours are not offered on game days. Visit http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=cin [Top]
Hockey fans have something to celebrate with the revival of the Cincinnati Cyclones hockey team. The Cyclones have achieved an impressive record and the coveted Kelly Cup championship since the team’s resurrection in the 2006-2007 season. U.S. Bank Arena in downtown Cincinnati is the home turf for the hockey team. The Cincinnati Cyclones is a member of the ECHL, and affiliated with NHL hockey teams the Nashville Predators and Montreal Canadians. Visit www.cycloneshockey.com. [Top]