The Cincinnatian Hotel Gets Crowned

The Cincinnatian Hotel has been crowned "Outstanding-Worth A Special Trip" by the Mobil 2001 Travel Guide.

"This year, the Cincinnatian Hotel's Four Star Award has demonstrated a commitment to excellence that is raising the standards for all lodgings throughout North America," said Kenneth P. Cohen, Vice President, Public Affairs, Exxon Mobil Corporation.

The Cincinnatian Hotel is one of the 237 elite establishments to receive the honor.

"We are thrilled to receive this award and appreciate the recognition for the service and care we put into the hotel and especially the guests," said Denise Vandersall, Managing Director of The Cincinnatian Hotel.

"Our Four Star rating is also highly notable and very well regarded," said Cohen. " Such outstanding achievement in quality, elegance, and service is worthy of the admiration of even the most discerning travelers."

The 2001 Mobil Travel Guides will sport a new compact design, printed in four-color splendor with glossy pages featuring pictures, driving and walking tours, and area maps. They can be found in bookstores nationwide and are available in ten volumes, including New England and East Canada, New York and New Jersey, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Florida, Great Lakes, Great Plains, California, Northwest and Southwest.

Travelers can also find the brightest stars in the travel industry in Mobil Travel Guide America's Best Hotels and Restaurants: The Four and Five-Star Winners of 2001. A new website containing Mobil Travel Guide content will be launched at in coming months.

The 2001 Mobil Travel Guide services provides comprehensive, up to date information on more than 22,000 lodging and dining establishments in more than 4,000 cities and towns throughout North America.

"Every hotel and restaurant listed in the Mobil Travel Guide signifies a positive recommendation, ranging from the basic to the elaborate,"said Cohen.

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