Downtown Toledo’s Renaissance Hotel makes the 2018 Diamond List

. March 2, 2018.
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Clean, comfortable, hospitable—the benchmark of a good hotel. Add in creativity, luxury and personalized service, and you get a hotel worth splurging on. These are just a few of the descriptios of the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Toledo, now part of AAA’s 2018 Diamond List. Along with 1,676 hotels throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, the new downtown hotel has earned the Four Diamond Rating— an exclusive group making up just 6.1 percent of AAA Inspected & Approved hotels. To anyone who has stepped foot in the immaculate, modern and beautiful Renaissance Hotel, this rating comes as no surprise.

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