ProScan Imaging Education Foundation has secured favorable rates at the following Cincinnati hotels. Please contact these hotels directly for rates and availability. To get the preferred room rate, make sure you tell the hotel staff you are attending one of our programs.
Courtyard Cincinnati Midtown/Rookwood
3813 Edwards Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209
Direct Line: 513-672-7100
To receive the $159.00 discountedrate, providecode 2PI in the “Corporate/Promotional Code” field when reserving your room online. The hotel features complimentary high-speed wireless internet access, onsite parking, fitness center, and indoor pool. The hotelis also conveniently located 2.5 miles from ProScan Imaging. A variety of fine dining restaurants and upscale shopping are available right across the street at Rookwood Commons.
5900 East Galbraith Road, Kenwood
Located near several major business and shopping districts, Hannaford Suites offers complimentary continental breakfast, wireless high-speed Internet access, an outdoor swimming pool, and a fitness center. Only ten minutes from ProScan Imaging Theater.
For reservations, call 1-513-936-0525
601 Vine Street, Downtown Cincinnati
The Cincinnatian is an historic hotel that has been completely refurbished and offers exceptional amenities and impeccable service. Just 11 minutes from ProScan Imaging Theater, it’s the only Four-Star, Four-Diamond hotel in the city.
For reservations, call 1-513-381-3000.
Hilton Garden Inn
5300 Cornell Road, Blue Ash
Conveniently located just off I-75, in the northern suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio. A free shuttle to ProScan Imaging is available if you give the hotel prior notice when you make your reservation. For reservations, call 1-513-469-6900.
The “Queen City” sits on the banks of the Ohio River and provides breathtaking scenic views from her many surrounding hills. Cincinnati also offers fine dining, shopping, and entertainment. Newport on the Levee, a 14-acre entertainment district purveying fun for the whole family, is just a short drive across the river to Kentucky. Other local attractions to enjoy during the course include:
The Fountain Square District the restaurant and entertainment hub of Cincinnati. Open and inviting with garden-like landscaping, and home to theGenius of WaterFountain dedicated “To the people of Cincinnati” in 1871. Extending roughly three blocks etch way from the intersection of Fifth and Vine Streets, the “District” is the perfect place to wind down from a busy day, do some shopping, enjoy live entertainment, or dine at one of Cincinnati’s signature restaurants. Also located at Fountain Square is a 24’ x 42’ video screen that showcases the region’s proud history, provides information on current activities and events, broadcasts sporting events, and features short movies on occasion. Lively programming enhanced by state-of-the-art technology gives visitors many reasons to return.
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
Housed in an historic art deco-style train station, this is one museum where just seeing the building is a must!Museum features include renowned traveling exhibits, Cincinnati History Museum, Duke Energy Children’s Museum, Museum of Natural History and Science, and also an OmniMax Movie Theater. Hours: 10:00 am-5:00 pm Monday through Friday and 11:00 am-6:00 pm Sunday.
Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
The Cincinnati Zoo was recently rated the #1 attraction locally and one of the top zoos in the nation by Zagat Survey. It was recognized by Parents Magazine as #7 on the “Top 10 Best Zoos for Kids.” Over one million people visit the Zoo’s award-winning exhibits, and more than 500 animal and 3000 plant species. The Cincinnati Zoo is also the first zoo in the country to open a 4-D theater. Open seven days a week from 9:00 am-5:00pm
The Newport Aquarium showcases thousand of animal from around the world. You will be amazed at what there is to see and do, including fun and interactive activities, like touching a shark or meeting a penguin. Explore our 70 exhibits and 14 galleries, including five seamless acrylic tunnels totaling over 200 feet in length, featuring an amazing variety of aquatic life from around the world. Just look at what awaits you on your journey through the world’s most exotic and exciting waterways
Contemporary Arts Center
For more than 65 years, the CAC has been a forum for progressive art and ideas serving the city of Cincinnati and the region. Founded in 1939 as the Modern Art Society by three visionary local women, the CAC was one of the first institutions in the United States dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art. In 2003, the CAC captured center stage with the opening of a spectacular new freestanding building designed by world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid. Opens Friday at 10:00 am and weekends at 11:00 am. 513-345-8400.
For more fun things to do, contact the Greater Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau at 513-621-6994 or visit them online at www.cincinnatiusa.com