Located in University District, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ohio State Medical Center and Ohio State University. Ohio Stadium and COSI are also within ...
The man at check in didn't know where the room was and sent me to the wrong building. The bed was comfortable but the rooms very outdated. If you want a cheap room a decent deal. It's somewhere to crash by yourself close to downtown. The area seems fairly safe and a good location to get to campus ...
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Sam and Eulalia Frantz Park and Field of Corn. Red Rooster Quilts and Indian Run Falls ...
Clean, conveniently located with quick checkin and check out. Breakfast was one of the best.
Situated in Columbus, this hotel is close to Nationwide Arena, Columbus Museum of Art, and COSI. Area attractions also include Ohio State University and Ohio ...
No complaints. Staff was friendly. Everything, room, breakfast area were very clean. Thick walls so it was pretty quiet. Bar/restaurant next door but make a reservation. Plenty other options near by. Short walk to the arena district.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Red Rooster Quilts, Indian Run Falls Park, and Field of Corn. Sam and Eulalia Frantz Park and ...
The room was clean and for the price, the hotel was excellent. The next day, the staff even gave us recommendations to a great sushi place near by for lunch which was not on the restaurant recommendation list but was just some place one of the staff knew. The only issue I had was that the staff didn't ...
Located off Interstate 71 near Ohio State University, Nationwide Arena, Schottenstein Center, and Crew Stadium, this hotel in Columbus Ohio is also near Easton ...
Considering the low cost for the stay, i was totally surprised at how nice everthing was. The food was great and the pool and exercise area was what one would expect in a membership gym.
Centrally located across from The Greater Columbus Convention Center in the heart of the Arena District, near the Short North there are always new restaurants, ...
Nice urban feel with great bathroom and exposed beams. Restaurant in building and also close by
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Red Rooster Quilts, Field of Corn, and Indian Run Falls Park. Sam and Eulalia Frantz Park and ...
Good value. Nice to have separate rooms for parents and teens and another for watching tv. Clean, nice space. Would stay again.
Located in Downtown Columbus, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Greater Columbus Convention Center, COSI, and Columbus Museum of Art. Ohio State University ...
Our room was gorgeous with fantastic views. The hotel is within walking distance of Nationwide Arena, the convention center and lots of great restaurants and bars. I would highly recommend the Hilton Downtown.
This Columbus hotel is 2 blocks from Nationwide Arena and the Short North Arts District, and 4 blocks from the Columbus Museum of Art and several theaters.
I had very good experience with my stay, safe, clean and convenience for the show.
Located in the city's downtown theater district, the Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square is across from the state capitol complex, less than a mile from ...
I must admit after reading some of the other reviews, I was skeptical but our room was GREAT. Very quiet, lots of room. We had to plug in our frigerator into a different outlet to get it to work but no big deal. The staff could be a little more knowledgeable about local bus stops but overall we had ...
As well as being named after the famous explorer, Columbus, Ohio, distinguishes itself in a number of ways. As the capital of Ohio as well as its largest city, Columbus is also home to Ohio State University, one of the biggest campuses in the entire US, enriching the city with attractions like the Wexner Center for the Arts. Catch a football game at the Ohio “Horseshoe” Stadium, explore the work of writer James Thurber at his former home, or just tour Columbus' distinct neighborhoods for everything from German culture to gallery-hopping.
Get a taste for what life would be like in a Medieval European town by visiting Columbus's German Village. This district stretches across 233 acres just south of Downtown, and is characterized by quaint, cobblestone streets and beautiful homes, including charming bungalows and lovely estates. Schiller Park acts as the nucleus of the village, which also boasts numerous German restaurants and the all-important craft breweries.
Experience the creative side of Columbus by spending time in Short North, the city's arts district. This highly walkable neighborhood is studded with numerous galleries, restaurants and shops. On the first Saturday evening of each month, the district springs to life with the Gallery Hop. Many galleries and shops stay open exceptionally late, and throngs of visitors roam the streets while snacking, drinking and socializing.
The Center of Science and Industry, or COSI, is a state-of-the-art hands-on museum that's especially popular with families and children. With more than 300 interactive exhibits, including Sherlock Holmes games and sweeping world panoramas in the National Geographic Theater, it's a terrific place to spend time on a rainy day.
You'd be remiss to visit Columbus without spending at least a little time on the OSU campus. Highlights include The Horseshoe, which is the school's famous football stadium, The Oval and Mirror Lake.
If you like golf, make a beeline for the Jack Nicklaus Museum, also found on the OSU campus. As the hometown of the man himself, Columbus celebrates the history of golf and Jack' successes in the game here, as well as plenty of collector's memorabilia and fun facts.
Sprawling across nearly 600 acres on the Scioto River just north of the city, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is home to more than 9,000 animals, from African parrots to polar bears. Split into sections that represent various regions of the world, the compact size still makes it doable for younger kids.
With its location in the heart of central Ohio, Columbus is easy to access via a number of major interstates and freeways. From the east and west, Interstate 70 and Interstate 670 provide direct access to many parts of the city. From the north and south, Interstate 71 and State Route 315 serve as the main arteries into and around Columbus. Interstate 270, which is often referred to as the Outer Belt, is also a convenient way to get around town.
For air travelers, Port Columbus International Airport (CMH) is the natural choice. All major airlines are represented here, and there is service to and from a dizzying array of major cities domestic and international. Downtown is just 10 minutes away, and rental cars are readily available. You can also grab a taxi or hop on the No. 92 bus to get to the city.
Summers in Columbus are hot and humid, with temperatures reaching 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Lows of 23 degrees mean that winters tend to be very cold but relatively dry, and the city doesn't really experience excessive amounts of snowfall, so getting around is not a problem. The best rates on Columbus hotels are generally offered in the winter. As far as shoulder seasons go, spring is characterized by mild temperatures just watch out for thunderstorms! while fall offers crisp, cool weather and beautifully-colored foliage.
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