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Cleveland Hotel: Downtown vs. University Circle

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I'm going to be in Cleveland for a quick overnight stay for an event at the Cleveland Institute of Music. I gather it is on the campus of Case Western.

I'm consideringing staying at either the Ritz Carlton in downtown or the Intercontinental, which is closer to the venue.

It will be much easier to get to the RC from the airport. If I stay at the Intercontinental, I'll have to cab it both ways.

I also get the feeling that given its proximity to the Cleveland Clinic, the Intercontinental may have a very "medical" feel to it.

I'm trying to decide which makes more sense. Both are a cab ride to the venue although one will be a lot closer than the other. My only concern is getting a cab back to downtown.

I tend to prefer a luxury property. Any advice would be much appreciated.

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