A Unique Boutique Hotel Experience

in Historic Marietta, Ohio

Welcome to The Hackett

in Historic Marietta, Ohio

The building that houses The Hackett Hotel was built in 1899 by Marietta oil man John H. Riley. The space above what is now The Galley was fully renovated and opened as The Hackett in 2012. Our chic boutique hotel includes five rooms plus a common area known as the Confluence. When you stay with us, you enjoy one of the most unique experiences in Ohio and the Mid-Ohio Valley.

The Hackett combines early 20th-century décor with modern conveniences. High ceilings, brick walls, and antique furnishings harken back to when the building was new. Today, we serve business and leisure travelers by offering Wi-Fi internet connections, fully updated bathrooms, a convenient food preparation area, and a prime location within walking distance of Marietta’s business offices, banks, municipal buildings, shops and restaurants.

Deluxe Accommodations

Inspired by History

Each of our five rooms is named after influential Marietta figures from the past. Each of the men we honor in this way was known for their success, their individual accomplishments, and their support for the broader Marietta community.

The <span>Riley</span> Suite

The Riley Suite

Luxury abounds in our flagship corner suite featuring a large sitting area and ample space to relax.

Col. John H. Riley (1842-1919)

The <span>Barker</span> Room

The Barker Room

A warm and restful space with a sofa and seating area, ideal for business or pleasure.

Col. Joseph Barker (1765-1843)

The <span>Hildreth</span> Room

The Hildreth Room

Spacious yet cozy accommodations welcome you with a sofa, two lounge chairs and writing desk.

Dr. Samuel P. Hildreth (1783–1863)

The <span>Williams</span> Room

The Williams Room

Unwind in comfort with soothing earth tones, a complete seating area and a writing desk.

Isaac Williams (1737–1820)

The <span>Ward</span> Room

The Ward Room

Plush fabrics and vibrant colors create a space that is as inspiring as it is comfortable.

Nahum Ward (1785–1860)