When my boyfriend and I visited Cleveland, we stayed at the Hyatt Regency at the Arcade. My eyes nearly fell out of my head when I saw where we were staying. First opened in 1890, the Arcade was one of America’s first enclosed shopping malls and an exquisite display of wrought iron and opulence. A four-story atrium. Vaulted glass ceilings. Damn, Cleveland. Nice place!
A is also for Added bonus: this place is close to everything cool. It’s right down the block from some great restaurants (including Michael Symon’s Lola, get the beef cheek pierogies or you’ll regret it forever) and is an easy, maybe ten minute walk to North Coast Harbor, around which is clustered the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Browns Stadium and the Great Lakes Science Center. Go for the architecture, stay for whatever else you want to do.
This post is for the A! Challenge by Frizztext
Because I love a good alphabet challenge.