Our hotel is walking distance to Progressive Field, and so much more
Cleveland is no longer one of the most cursed cities for Sports Fans. We like to say 2016 was 'The Year Of Cleveland' with two wins under our belt: The Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA Championship and The Cleveland Indians won the 2016 American League Championship. Whether you’re a diehard home team fan, or cheering on a rival, we guarantee you’ll enjoy getting behind the festive fun in downtown Cleveland. Once the game’s over - and the stadiums are conveniently located within walking distance - there are plenty of places to go (and fans to hang with) to celebrate or commiserate. We’re great at both.
- Quicken Loans Arena: Home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, Quicken Loans Arena is called “the Q” and is the NBA’s third largest arena. It’s also home to the American Hockey League’s Lake Erie Monsters and the Arena Football League’s Cleveland Gladiators.
- Progressive Field: Home of the MLB’s Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field is known as “the Jake” and is one of the most popular stadiums in Major League Baseball. It features eateries that fans can watch the game from.
- FirstEnergy Stadium: Home of the NFL’s Cleveland Browns, FirstEnergy Stadium’s eastern seating section, known as the Dawg Pound, is where particularly passionate fans go to cheer their players on.
*Photography provided by Destination Cleveland, Cody York, Phil Scalia, and Mike Wilkes