CLEVELAND, OHIO PROPERTY EST. 1929 • NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, The Tudor Arms Hotel is in the heart of Cleveland’s University Circle and cultural neighborhood. Designed in 1929 by the famous architect, Frank Meade, and completed in 1933 as the exclusive Cleveland Club, the building was converted into The Tudor Arms Hotel in 1939. Jazz musicians like Lawrence Welk and Patrice Wymore performed in the grand ballroom, the Empress Room, making it a popular entertainment venue of the time. In 2011, The Tudor Arms Hotel was restored to its former glory through a partnership between MRN Ltd. And Hilton. It sits vibrant and proud as a beacon to all who visit University Circle, preserving the past and celebrating the future of the city. Al Capone entertained guests in the Cleveland Club during the 1930s. CONVERTED HOTEL LUXURIOUS SERVICE BLENDED DÉCOR GOTHIC REVIVAL AMENITIES 157 guestrooms. 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center, free Wi-Fi access, DIRECTV, shuttle service through University Circle area within a 2-mile radius, Canopy Mediterranean Grill, Tudor Breakfast Room, business center, valet parking, same day valet laundry service, and concierge services. DINING The Canopy Mediterranean Grill features an eclectic menu consisting of dishes from the Mediterranean, Middle East, and North America. The Tudor Breakfast Room serves an à la carte menu in addition to an omelet bar, full buffet, and room service. LOCATION In University Circle just 4 miles from bustling Downtown Cleveland. This historic area features world-renowned medical centers such as Cleveland Clinic. Museums, parks, and nightlife are just steps from the front door. Cleveland Hopkins Int’l Airport: 15 miles, 22 minutes. 10660 Carnegie Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 T 855-277-4931
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