Columbus is located in Ohio, one of the largest cities named after the famous Christopher Columbus. This city is owned by the Ohio State University, the largest in the US. It has concluded in one of the magazines to be the rising "global city", being the 8th best city to live in. The residents are called Columbusites.
The growing population of tourists and residents has brought many hotels in the vicinity. Listed here are some of the commendable accommodations.
Doubletree Guest Suites Columbus
Doubletree Guest Suites is an all-suite hotel conveniently located in downtown Columbus. It overlooks the beautiful Scioto River. It is also a 15-minute drive from the Port Columbus International Airport, accessible to the Huntington Bank Center, the Riffe State Office Tower through shaded paths, and many other landmarks and business offices.
People traveling on business. The hotel caters on short and extended stays, having comfortable meeting rooms and banquet spaces for business and other social gatherings. It also provides services for business like photocopying, facsimile machines and audiovisual equipment. Guests are warmly welcomed when checking in. The staff gives out chocolate chip cookies as their trademark.
This hotel features plenty of recreational activities for guests. Nearby points of interest also include Ohio State Fairgrounds and Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Hotel Features. Recreational amenities include an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a fitness facility. This hotel has a 24-hour business center and offers a meeting / conference room. And comfortable double-room suites. Guests can also choose the penthouse for bi-level suites for the ultimate downtown experience, providing the lovely views of the river.
Amenities included are: living and sleeping rooms (separate), high-speed wireless Internet (wired) Internet access (surcharge) A hair dryer, a refrigerator, a microwave, and a coffee / tea maker. The hotel takes pride of its friendly and courteous staff. They also offer laundry and valet service. They have venues for special occasions such as a business center and comfortable meeting rooms. The hotel also provides wireless Internet access. It is a pet-friendly hotel, and is wheelchair accessible.
You can dine in the Caucus Room Restaurant inside. It serves delectable American dishes every day. Guests can also request a room service.
Lofts Hotel and Suites
This luxurious hotel offers distinctive and unique features. It is designed in a clean and contemporary style, contrasting yet blending with the strong and majestic features of the building. It reflects the sense of rich history and beauty.
It is located near many local tourist attractions.
The Lofts Hotel has large rooms with floor to ceiling windows, and is located in the heart of the city. With amenities such as high speed internet access, garden tub suites (for booking), Frette linens, concierge service, Frette terry robes, Aveda products that are all-natural, coffee service (in-room gourmet), two- And fitness facilities.
Meeting rooms are spacious and are designed according to one's preferences. Loft's Hotel's staff are ready to help make any event a big success. This hotel also caters to wedding planners.
The hotel offers several packages. The Crowne Plaza is located in the heart of the city. The Andy Warhol Exhibit Package for Two features films, paintings, videos, drawings, and other arts for exhibit. The Knock-out Boxing Wellness Package is an inclusive of overnight accommodation in one of the splendid rooms.
The Soho Package includes overnight accommodations, breakfast for two, champagne, chocolates, rose petals and valet parking. The hotel offers a free DVD "Rocky" movie, boxing workouts, Swedish massage after the boxing workout. The Boulevard Getaway includes overnight accommodations, champagne and chocolates, Cameron Mitchell Gift certificate worth $ 50, rose petal turndown, breakfast for two, and valet parking.
Other popular packages here are the 5th Avenue Package, Chocolate Lovers Package , Do the District Getaway, Hockey Getaway, Art-A-Go-Go, and Zoo-A-Go-Go.
Source by David Urmann