The Cincinnati Club building, located on Garfield Place Park, was designed and built by the prominent Cincinnati architectual firm Garber and Woodward. Large, elegant European-style rooms, each with their own unique decor, have served the Cincinnati community since 1923, when the building originally opened as a grand hotel and private club.
Upon entering The Cincinnati Club’s gilded doors and ascending the marble stairs, you will step back into a time when grandeur and beauty were expected. The Cincinnati Club's amazing downtown location, and timeless elegance makes it the perfect location for your special event.
The Pompadour Ballroom, on the main level, reminds one of a French drawing room. It boasts a marble fireplace and mirrors reflecting rows of glittering chandeliers. This room is perfect for an intimate party or a wedding ceremony.
Pompadour Room: 80-100 Guests
The Harrison Ballroom, with its stately columns and matching marble fireplaces, reflects a Presidential flair.
Harrison Room: 180-200 Guests
To see The Gold Ballroom for the first time affords a real thrill. Gilded signs of the zodiac surround an astounding compass on the ceiling, while long panel mirrors reflect the glow of the crystal light fixtures, giving the entire room a sense of warmth.
Gold Room: 100-130 Guests
The noble proportions of the Oak Ballroom lend an air of royalty to any affair. The Tudor-style space gets its name from the rich oak wainscoting. A massive fireplace and mural aboue complete the old world atmosphere.
Oak & Grill Room: 275-300 Guests
Cincinnati Club photos courtesy of Images by Daniel Michael, unless otherwise noted.