Places to stay in Columbus, Ohio
We currently have 187 accommodations in and around Columbus with other regional listings available for Campgrounds, Bed & Breakfasts, Hotels, Motels and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
From vibrant downtown districts to top-of-the-line shopping and gorgeous gardens to a thriving arts scene, Ohio's capital city offers a wealth of experiences for group tours. It's variety at its best, Columbus Style. Local restaurants include Clarmont Steak & Seafood, Mexica, Jury Room, and Arena District.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the city, though there are a large number of nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Columbus is located close to Interchange 131, Saint Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church, Northmoor Park, Alum Creek Park North and Rose of Sharon Baptist Church.
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Selected and best reviewed properties in Columbus
This hotel appears newly remodeled and the indoor pool is finished (we didn't use it). The service was good. The furniture in the room we stayed in appeared new, and the linens were all white with what appeared to be down comforters, etc. The room was quite small for 2 double beds and the bathroom .....
The hotel was clean and comfortable, however I was disappointed in the size of the room for it being listed as a "suite". The description statements listed (complimentary). I thought they forgot to include breakfast in the description. They did not there was no complimentary breakfast, that was an .....
More about the areas accommodations and tourism
Thanks to geography, Columbus is conveniently located at the crossroads of Interstates 70 and 71. You'll find the freeways easy to navigate. This makes Columbus an accessible home base for fascinating hub and spoke trips.
Other local Columbus information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -82°59'56.04
- Latitude: 39°57'41.04
- Columbus Chamber of Commerce
Things to see and do
Early Television Museum
Located at 5396 Franklin Street. The Early Television Foundation is dedicated to the preservation of the technology from the early days of television. Our website's mission is to preserve and make available to the public the history of early television, from the mechanical systems of the 1920s through the introduction of color televsion in the 1950s.
Anti-saloon League Museum
Located at 126 South State Street. Westerville has a rich and varied history. It was the site of Underground Railroad activity, the Westerville Whiskey Wars and the printing headquarters of the worldwide recognized Anti-Saloon League of America. The Local History Center at the Westerville Public Library is committed to preserving and sharing that history through collections of material of local and national interest.
Pickerington-violet Township Historical Society Museum
Located at 15 East Columbus Street. Our Historical Society has maintained a museum in the community's Carnegie Library since 1993 -- the year the library moved into its new facility. The Carnegie Library originally opened in 1916 with the aid of a $10,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie. The building remains one of the few Carnegie-financed buildings that exist in Central Ohio. Our Museum, located in the center of historic downtown Pickerington, tells the story of Pickerington-Violet Township. Admission is free.
Kelton House Museum & Garden
Located at 586 East Town Street. Built by Fernando Cortez Kelton, a prosperous wholesaler of dry goods and pharmaceuticals, the Kelton House incorporates elements of the Greek Revival and Italianate styles. The garden features hedges, statuary, diverse plant specimens, lattice work and mixed perennial borders that demonstrate a Victorian sensibility. The simple beauty of the mansion’s façade, however, housed dangerous politics (for the time). The Keltons were active supporters of the abolitionist movement. They did all they could to assist ex-slaves, freed slaves and freeborn blacks and fugitives, including one young woman who was sheltered at the home for ten years. Your visit to this historic building will immerse you in the Victorian experience through the eyes of the Kelton family whose continuous 120 year residence and original belongings left a discernible imprint.
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- Knights Inn ( Downtown ), 1070 Dublin Road