Housing and Mobility

The following information is for participants of CCM Summer Workshops.  All workshop participants are responsible for booking and paying for their housing on their own.  You may not book housing through the CCM Summer Programs office.

Art of the Piano:

University Housing – Campus Recreation Center (CRC)
Suite-style offering 2 single bedrooms, a small common area, and one shared restroom. Co-ed floors.
Price: $32/night/person
Includes:

  • linens
  • microwaves and mini-fridges in each room
  • wireless internet and hard-wired data jacks

*Parking is not included and must be booked and paid for separately through Conferences & Events Services.
A booking link will be available after May 1.
You may also want to consider subletting an apartment for your stay.  We recommend using Padmapper or Craig’s List to find listings that will fit your needs.

Realizing Rossini:

Hampton Inn
$129/night – double room ($64.50/person/night if you share)
Includes:

  • two queen beds
  • daily breakfast (choice of hot breakfast at hotel or on-the-go breakfast bag)
  • free wi-fi in common areas
  • free hi-speed internet access in room
  • workout facilities
  • free parking

To book, or for more information, click here.

University Housing – Stratford Heights
A village complex with 20 houses and a residence hall, Tower Hall. All spaces are 4-person suites. Most are 2 double bedrooms with a connecting bathroom, and others are single bedroom suites for 4 people, with a suite bathroom.
Price: $XX/night/person (shared rooms)
Includes:

  • linens
  • microwaves and mini-fridges in each room
  • wireless internet and hard-wired data jacks

*Parking is not included and must be booked and paid for separately through Conferences & Events Services.
You may also want to consider subletting an apartment for your stay.  We recommend using Padmapper or Craig’s List to find listings that will fit your needs.

Mobility

The Cincinnati Metro serves the UC area and offers fast, reliable transportation to entertainment and food venues in nearby neighborhoods. Google Trip Planner is embedded in the site, or you can find maps and schedules here. The fare is $1.75 per trip – cash only!

Zip car is another popular option. After paying a $25.00 non-refundable registration fee, cars parked all around the city can be rented for as little as $7.50 an hour to $69.00 per day.

Yellow Cab of Cincinnati and A Taxi, Inc can also be contacted for transportation needs.

From the airport (CVG):

There are bus and shuttle services. The 2X line on the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) can take you into Cincinnati.  From there, you would need to switch buses to 17 or 19 on the Metro System (Cincinnati).  You should be able to get onto 17 or 19 at Government Square (on 4th Street between Main and Walnut – the 2x will deliver you there), and both Metro lines will stop in front of the University of Cincinnati.

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