Hotels in Columbus City, Ohio

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  • The Wayfaring Buckeye Hostel: Ultra cheap accommodation close to the Ohio State University and all kinds of fun imaginable.
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Columbus/University Area: Close to the Olentangy River, this hotel is popular with families. Great location, breakfast, staff.
  • Red Roof PLUS+ Columbus Downtown-Convention Center: Downtown hotel not too far from Nationwide Arena. Simple, hearty breakfasts. Good value for money.


  • Residence Inn Columbus Easton: Large rooms located close to the interstate. Excellent breakfast. Close to the Easton Town Center.
  • Cambria hotel & suites Columbus - Polaris: Spacious, inviting rooms in a pretty building. Quiet place. There's a pool.
  • Hilton Garden Inn Columbus-University Area: Helpful staff, clean room, great bang for the buck. Popular with families and business men.


  • Hilton Columbus Downtown: They will charge you an arm and a leg, and you will not mind. This is the very definition of luxury - location, service, bar, convention centre, executive lounge. There's no demographic that doesn't love this hotel.
  • Hilton Columbus at Easton: Located inside the Easton Shopping Village, the city's main hangout. And pure luxury.
  • The Blackwell: The general consensus seems to be that this hotel has the best service of any in the city. Apparently when you enter, you find chocolates on your pillow.


Columbus has a unique system, headed by the Columbus Public Health Dept, that color codes restaurants based on their latest inspection results. Go for the green coded ones. Food identity-wise, the city takes the best of the world's cuisines to make up for not having it's own unique taste. Foodies will love it here.

  • Raising Canes: Great chicken fingers
  • Yau's China Bistro: Authentic Chinese, not American chinese. Unpretentious. Focus is entirely on the cooking.
  • Udupi Cafe: Upscale vegetarian South Indian food par excellence.
  • Lunch Wagons called loncheras: Moving coaches catering to the labourers around town, and totally worth trying.
  • Schmidt's Sausage Haus: Iconic restaurant in the German Village.
  • Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream: Award winning exotic flavours
  • Akai Hana: Authentic sushi experience.
  • Alana's: A unique upscale dining experience, with a fresh hand-prepared menu every night.
  • Cafe Apropos: Wine, coffey, ice-cream and beers.
  • Old Bag of Nails Pub: British themed bar with terrific fish and chips.

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