Ohio Accommodation and lodging listings

Ohio is a great tourist destination. In fact, it's easier than ever to reach all the wonderfully exciting and interesting things there are to see and do here. Ohio's extensive network of interstate highways, fast trains and modern airports make the entire state extremely accessible, and dozens of local and regional visitors bureaus can readily provide complete, up-to-the-minute information about accommodations and attractions in each area.

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Major Ohio destinations:

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Todays featured Ohio accommodations:

AmeriStay

Approx 4km away in Portsmouth:

The AmeriStay Portsmouth is the newest addition to the AmeriStayHotels family. Just as the other AmeriStay Hotels AmeriStayPortsmouth prides itself in value and cleanliness. This 91-room hotelsits right on US Highway 23 just North of the Portsmouth city limits.

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3762 US Highway 23 West
Portsmouth, Ohio
45662


Hampton Inn Suites Elyria

Approx 3km away in Elyria:

Ideally located in the heart of Lorain County only a 30 minute drive from Cleveland the Hampton Inn - Suites Elyria is just a short distance from a wealth of popular leisure and entertainment options such as malls cinemas dining options and sporting arenas.

Photograph of Hampton Inn Suites  Elyria, Elyria
1795 Lorain Boulevard
Elyria, Ohio
44036

Super 8

Approx 3km away in Wauseon:

The Wauseon Super 8 offers--Queen or king beds in all rooms, Suites and whirlpool tubs available, Remote control cable television with HBO,ESPN,CNN, All ground floor rooms, Super Start Breakfast, Extra beds and cribs available, Children 17 and under .....

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8224 SH 108
Wauseon, Ohio
43567
"A very basic hotel/motor lodge. Good for a quick night's stay."

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Whether you're planning to stay only an hour or for an entire month, Ohio is one of the most "user-friendly" destinations in the nation. The sheer diversity of the state makes it ideal for group tours. It's bordered by a sparkling Great Lake and a grand river, two extraordinary national treasures that not only transport considerable freight and pleasure craft but also carry their own romance, lore and traditions. Ohio gave America Annie Oakley, Thomas Edison, Zane Grey, Neil Armstrong and several presidents. It has classy cities and quaint country villages, pristine islands and pretty riverboat towns; historic inns and incredible art museums; the living history of restored pioneer villages and the ancient history of preserved Native American earthworks; fantastic theme parks and phenomenal natural areas; an incomparable Amish Country and awesome Appalachian culture. To experience this-and much more-all you have to do is head for Ohio. And when you get here, one thing's for certain: You'll have a dickens of a good time.

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