When we took our summer vacation a few weeks ago to Southern Ohio we decided to stay at the Extended Stay America in Covington Kentucky.
Here are some pictures of our room:
Each room has a full size refrigerator, stove and sink and lots of cabinet space.
As far as noise, the first night we were there the guests in the room above must have had children and it sounded like they were going to jump through the ceiling. For a solid two hours they ran back and forth and were jumping. We called the front desk and they said they would take care of it. Within a short time it was quiet. If you have a problem with noise, let the front desk know.
The basic toiletries of soap and towels are provided. If you need shampoo, conditioner, or a hair dryer you just need to ask the front desk.
The staff at Extended Stay America is very friendly and accommodating. There is also a grab n go breakfast available in the morning.
There are also several restaurants nearby such as White Castle, Frisch’s Big Boy, Popeyes and McDonalds. And most importantly Riverfront Pizza is nearby! If you love a good slice of pie, you HAVE to stop at Riverfront Pizza!
The hotel is in the process of renovations and the renovations are complete on the first floor.
There is some basic wear and tear in the hotel but they are in the process of renovating. The staff is super friendly and will provide you whatever you need. Our room was very clean.
Covington is right across the river from Cincinnati. We were within 20 minutes of Kings Island and the Cincinnati Zoo.
If you are looking for a hotel that has a lot of flash then this isn’t the one for you. However if you are looking for a nice, clean hotel with a full size fridge (which with families are important), friendly staff, and close to different attractions, then this is the place for you.
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