Embassy Suites Beachwood Ohio lobby with chairs

There are multiple Cleveland Embassy Suites locations if you’re visiting northeast Ohio. While there are perks to the Embassy Suites in Beachwood, Ohio, for families, there are major cons to consider.  The article will cover the amenities, photos of the rooms, and a discussion of important family considerations.

Address: 3775 Park East Drive, Beachwood, OH Phone:(216) 765-8066

A hotel front desk in front of a purple wall with glass baubles on it and a light fixture with small glass globes hanging from it.  A Hilton placard and white flower on the desk.

What does the Embassy Lobby offer Families?

The Embassy Suites lobby in Beachwood Ohio with multiple chairs and a water feature.

The resort features an indoor pool, a fitness area, and a sit-down restaurant with carryout and room service. Most of the lobby is updated, and the glass atrium is bright and airy.  The area near the free bar for cocktail hour (two hours) is pretty lackluster, though.

However, the glass elevators inside the atrium are a hit with my children. We got a gorgeous view from each trip up to our room and back to the lobby.

Additionally, the Embassy recently renovated the hotel with contemporary decor.  However, the rooms still managed to smell a bit musty.  If your child is sensitive to odor, this may be a dealbreaker.  

We checked into our premier room on the fourth floor and were pleasantly surprised to see the new rooms. Each spacious two-room suite features a king or two double beds. 

Embassy Suites Beachwood Ohio desk

We immediately noted that everything was spotless. The room feels fresh and contemporary, which is a nice touch compared to the atrium.  There is a large desk for business travelers that I may have used to write this post.

What Do the Suites Offer Families?

Many families have special dietary requirements.  The Embassy Suites in Beachwood give us a tiny version of a kitchen that can store our gluten-free food items for our family.  The rooms are fairly similar at every Embassy, so our son knows what to expect when we arrive. The living area provides blackout drapes for children with difficulty sleeping.

Embassy Suites Beachwood Ohio feature a black microwave and gift bag with two bottled waters

Are you an avid coffee drinker?  The Keurig has coffee, cream, and sugar.  Our gift bag contained two bottles of water, which was disappointing.  The kitchenette also has a small bar sink. This area helped us to provide our son with his unique food items.

The sofa is for sleeping, perfect for small children.  Our son’s ritual is to sleep on the foldout couch at every hotel we visit.  

Embassy Suites Beachwood Ohio brown sofa fold-out

The bathroom sink highlights decent shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion,  soaps, and tissues. There were not any bath towels in our room. Unfortunately, we had to call and request those.  As other parents of children know, when you’ve promised your kiddo a shower and have to wait for staff to bring you a towel, it can cause some tempers to flare.
Embassy Suites Beachwood Ohio bahtroom sink

This is a spacious, gorgeous shower with a glass shower door. It’s an inspiration for our home bathroom renovation! Our kids were able to shower together.  However, they did not have a bathtub. Depending on the age of your children, this may be a drawback.
Embassy Suites Beachwood Ohio shower

There is another sink in the bedroom, which is a huge benefit!  I didn’t have to wake small children in the other room to wash my face or brush my teeth.

A king bed with a dark wood headboard and white comforter with four white pills with two side tables and a white lamp and shade on each.  An alarm clock on the left table and a telephone with a note pad on the right in the Embassy Suites in Beachwood, Ohio

Where can we Eat at Beachwood Embassy Suites?

I am an absolute breakfast junkie, and my babes are pretty darn into their cereal.  The free breakfast includes hot eggs, bacon, sausage, and breakfast potatoes in a buffet. I fangirl over ordering the delectable made-to-order pancakes, waffles, french toast, and omelets at the grill.  If you’re looking for a lighter option, there is a continental breakfast featuring toast, bagels, yogurt, and fruit.

Every evening features a free manager’s reception from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM that provides snacks, soft drinks, and cocktails.  My children love the nachos and Shirley Temples! 

 There was no limit on cocktails at the manager’s evening reception. The staff was incredibly helpful despite how outnumbered I felt by my four children. There was only one of me, but the staff was so helpful.  While I was juggling babies and a stroller, the hostess offered to get us a glass of orange juice.

Park East Bar & Grill sign in Beachwood Embassy Suites

If you’re looking to pay for dinner, you also have options within the hotel.  We ordered dinner to pick-up from the hotel restaurant, Park East Bar & Grill, by calling from our room and sending my husband downstairs. Once we arrived, the bartender ignored us for quite a while.

Do not wait until the meltdown hunger point to order!  With all of the options nearby and through food delivery apps, I would skip the restaurant.

Is the Embassy Suites in Beachwood Ohio, for Families with special diets?

Park East Bar & Grill left the buns off the hot dog and burgers, so my children could remain gluten-free. However, cocktail hour has a buffet of snacks full of gluten and other allergens.  I would bet the cross-contamination possibility is high! 

The Embassy Suites breakfast spread is my favorite hotel breakfast.  There are many special diet options between the grill, the refrigerated section, and the chafing dishes.  Management and chefs were very responsive during breakfast time.

Is there a Computer or Business Center at the Embassy Suites in Beachwood?

Yes, a business center is in the lobby, but it is noisy and public. It’s quieter to work at the business desk in the suites.

Business center at the Beachwood Ohio Embassy Suites

What are the Activities for Children at the Beachwood Embassy Suites?

The perks?  There is a large hotel pool with a relatively warm temperature. 

Unfortunately- it ends there.

The cons? Well, the deep end is slightly more than five feet which terrifies me as a mother. Our children got in over their heads quickly.  The pool was pretty overcrowded, and there were NO lifeguards.  Considering autistic children are much more likely to die of drowning, these are very real safety concerns. 

To make matters work, the hot tub was closed for repair.  Unfortunately, the broken hot tub limited our time in the pool area.

How Helpful were the Staff to Children with Special Needs?

The hospitality of the staff was excellent. My son with autism becomes overwhelmed. He can be loud when confronted with changes in routines and crowds. We were really lucky with how they were wonderful with him.

The Embassy Suites stay feels like an all-inclusive vacation. If you’re familiar with Ohio, you know that it is a rarity.

Water feature in lobby at the Beachwood Embassy Suites

When evaluating the Embassy Suites in Beachwood, Ohio, for Families, I recommend this hotel to all families, particularly those with autism.  Just please be careful in the pool!

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  1. We love staying at Embassy Suites and find them very family-friendly. And the glass elevators are always a hit with my kids! Glad to know that this ES is also a great family-stay.

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