Area Attractions

Discover popular attractions and year-round adventures during your Cincinnati getaway, from local festivals to cultural activities. Explore the wonders of the Cincinnati Zoo, Contemporary Arts Center, Aronoff Center for Performing Arts, or take a stroll along the riverfront, attend an event at the Cincinnati Convention Center, or catch the Reds or Bengals in action out on the field.

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati

151 West Fifth Street
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, 45202



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Paul Brown Stadium

Situated in the city’s downtown riverfront district, this award-winning open-air stadium draws throngs of adoring fans to games, and offers an additional bonus with every visit – inspiring views of the city skyline and the Ohio River.

Great American Ball Park

Overlooking the grand Ohio River, the Great American Ball Park is the place to take in a great game of baseball and scenic Ohio River vistas.

Kentucky Speedway

A premier motorsports facility, opened in 2000, Kentucky Speedway hosts a variety of exciting races. Take the grand tour of the speedway or perhaps take a ride on the oval track or down pit road.

Shopping and Entertainment

Saks Fifth Avenue

One of the world’s most iconic luxury stores, is just steps from the hotel, with entrances from the first and second floor of the hotel. Browse women’s and men’s fashions, accessories for the home and much, much more.

Newport on the Levee

Located just across the river from Cincinnati's dramatic skyline view, the Levee features a year-round schedule of festivals, special events, live bands and a great selection of restaurant offerings such as Brio Tuscan Grille, which offers beautiful patio dining and convenient access to valet parking.

Riverbend Music Center

Located short a short drive away from the Hyatt, enjoy the best in concert entertainment at the Riverbend Music Center.

Arts & Culture

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

This orchestra offers sophisticated entertainment for all ages. Enjoy the music at Cincinnati Pops at Music Hall, Riverbend Music Center, MAC concerts, New Year’s Eve or one of many free concerts held during the year.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

A symbol of enduring freedom and its cornerstones (Cooperation, Courage and Perseverance), this center offers interactive educational programs to promote an understanding of slavery and the resistance movements, including movies and donation details.

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden opened in 1875, making it the nation’s second oldest zoo and a national historic landmark. Tour the more than 75 acres, full of exhibits and gardens housing 510 animal species and 3,000 plant varieties.