Hotels near John Uri Lloyd House
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If you're headed to the Cincinnati area, a stop by the John Uri Lloyd House is a must for all architecture enthusiasts.

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The Garfield Suites Hotel
The Garfield Suites Hotel
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3.1
2 Garfield Pl, Cincinnati
from $99
The Westin Cincinnati
The Westin Cincinnati
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4.3
21 E 5th St, Cincinnati
from $134
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
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4.3
35 W 5th St, Cincinnati
from $152
Cincinnatian Hotel
Cincinnatian Hotel
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4.1
601 Vine Street, Cincinnati
from $156
Hyatt Regency Cincinnati
Hyatt Regency Cincinnati
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4.1
151 West Fifth Street, Cincinnati
from $159
Millennium Cincinnati Hotel
Millennium Cincinnati Hotel
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3.3
150 West 5th Street, Cincinnati
from $86
21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati
21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati
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4.5
609 Walnut St, Cincinnati
from $199
Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel
Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel
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4.5
36 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati
from $169
Days Inn Cincinnati East
Days Inn Cincinnati East
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2.3
4056 Mount Carmel Tobasco Rd, Cincinnati
from $40
Red Roof Inn Cincinnati East - Beechmont
Red Roof Inn Cincinnati East - Beechmont
4035 Mt Carmel-Tobasco Road, Cincinnati
from $73
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Accommodations Near the Lloyd House

If you're hoping to stay near the John Uri Lloyd House, and possibly catch a peek from your room's windows, you'll want to note that there are no hotels right in the vicinity of the house's location. The closest hotel is the Comfort Inn and Suites located about two miles away on Mitchell Avenue.

Visiting the John Uri Lloyd House

Because this house is a private residence and despite the fact that it is also a registered historic building and has been since 1973, no tours are available for visitors. However, it is possible to drive along Clifton Avenue and view the home from there.

About the John Uri Lloyd House

Built in 1888 and designed by James McLaughlin, the style of the house was designed after the Romanesque Revival style, or the Richardson style, named after H.H. Richardson, a teacher of Frank Lloyd Wright. The style includes lots of stone masonry and rounded arches. The only update owners have done to the house is the addition of heating systems and electrification, a porch, and a kitchen on the first floor.

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