I have kept a log of hotels that I stay in for over a decade. Frankly, they all run together after a while, few of them stand out. This is the atrium of the Marriott in Covington, Kentucky. The hotel is on the river, overlooking downtown Cincinnati. Beyond that, it is just another nice Marriott. It is rare for a hotel to stand out. Occasionally the view is spectacular, a great view of a great city, an airport, or a nice water view. In January I had a nice suite in southern California for a couple of nights. Not a spectacular view, but nice living room and separate bedroom. Rarely does the decor stand out, when it does sometimes it is because it is hideous - I remember one near Stanford that was overdone in a frilly colonial.