Built in 1918, the historic Renaissance Hotel in Cleveland’s Public Square is the city’s largest hotel. It was recently in the news after being put up for sale for about $18.6 million. The building was eventually sold to the Canada-based Skyline International Development for a sum closer to $20 million. With this sale, the building is now set to undergo a renovation process expected to take about three years to complete.
Some of the anticipated changes and improvements expected at the Renaissance Hotel include a major overhaul of the bathrooms in each of the 400 hotel rooms, upgrades to the lobby and bar, and the addition of a spa on the penthouse level. There are also plans to fill a pair of empty restaurant spaces and a spruce up of the storefronts that face Public Square and Superior Avenue.
Since 1918, the fifteen-story Renaissance has gone by other names like the Hotel Cleveland and the Stouffer. Some of its current amenities include a pool, fitness facility, nearby golf, over thirty meeting rooms, a coffee/tea room, and plenty of services. The building also has a restaurant called Sans Souci serving items like burgers, steak, ribs, and more. The hotel’s address is 24 Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio 44113. Some of the places nearby include the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
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