Just minutes from downtown Cincinnati lies the picturesque village of Mariemont, Ohio, envisioned by its founder Mary Muhlenberry Emery as a "National Exemplar" in practical town planning. Discouraged by a rise in sub-standard living conditions, Mrs. Emery sought to create an affordable, comfortable environment for working-class citizens. From its inception in 1923, the village served as a model of true community living, offering residents and visitors an abundance of activities, all within walking distance. In the heart of the town sits the Mariemont Inn, a striking three-story Tudor structure named for Mrs. Emery's summer home in Rhode Island. Today, Mariemont is a thriving community comprising picturesque Tudor-style architecture, tree-lined streets and grassy medians and parks.
Two meeting rooms totaling 2,500 square feet of space can accommodate groups up to 200.
The Mariemont Inn is located in the center of Mariemont, 15 minutes from downtown Cincinnati via route 50. 20 miles from Cincinnati Airport and three miles from Lunken Airport.
The authentic Tudor architecture of the Best Western Mariemont Inn is reinforced throughout its 45 rooms and suites, each individually furnished with imported rugs, antiques and tapestries; some feature hand-carved four-poster or paneled beds. Rooms include high-speed Internet access, data ports, voicemail and hairdryers.
The National Exemplar Restaurant serves fine cuisine daily in a comfortable, casual setting. Southerby's Pub offers spirits and light fare in a relaxed atmosphere. Limited room service.
Along with rustic charm and ambience of a bygone era, Mariemont Inn has all the modern amenities expected in a Best Western property, including a barber shop, lobby lounge and five restaurants within 500 feet.
Total # of Rooms:
Total Sq. Ft. of Meeting Space
2,500 sq. ft.