If you’re between apartments or taking a week-long vacation, our InTown Suites extended-stay property has everything you need for a comfortable stay. And, with our low weekly rates and apartment-style amenities, you’ll be getting the best value in town. Even better, at 7451 Colerain Avenue we are conveniently located close to Cincinnati’s largest employers, and local attractions like the Great American Ball Park.
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Mon - Fri: 11:00AM - 7:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM - 7:00PM
InTown Suites is the alternative to extended stay hotels and short-term housing. We offer more than 189 locations in 22 states and are growing to serve you even better. And, with our “no lease and no credit check” policy, guests can easily move in, stay as long as they need, and be free to move when they are ready.
This standard room is equipped like a studio apartment and comes with a long list of amenities. Find everything you need to feel at home.Check Availability
This room is perfectly equipped with everything you need to feel at home. It offers a comfortable queen size bed, kitchen with refrigerator, dinette table and chairs, high-speed Internet, and a large flat panel TV.Check Availability
This room is perfectly equipped with everything you need to feel at home. It offers a comfortable king size bed, kitchenette with full-size refrigerator, dinette table and chairs, high-speed Internet and a large flat panel TV.Check Availability
With two beds, this room accommodates up to four guests. The spacious room is well appointed with a kitchen, full-size refrigerator, large flat panel TV, high-speed Internet and more.Check Availability
From I-275: Take Exit 33 (Colerain Avenue/Highway 27) and travel south on Colerain Avenue. Our InTown Suites Cincinnati Northwest property is located approximately 3 miles on the right.
Cincinnati is known as the “Queen of the West” and has a mixture of many American cultures. The Carew Tower is one of the largest buildings in the city, and resembles the Empire State Building. You can take an elevator up to the observatory floor to take in the views. Another place that has great views of the city is Mount Echo – it’s worth the climb. In the summer, Cincinnati residents like to wander through the Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum. Theme Park lovers enjoy Kings Island, home to The Beast, the longest wooden rollercoaster in the world. In late September, Cincinnati hosts the world’s second largest Oktoberfest festival.