What Columbus Hotel Would You Go To For a Quick Getaway

Hands down, it's gotta be the Hilton Columbus at Easton. Staying there just feels like you're no longer in Columbus. And to me, that's the key to for a successful in town getaway. But, there are others that I would go to.  Like the Columbus Marriott Northwest or the Embassy Suites, both in Dublin.  I'd also like to try The Lofts in the Arena District.  What else?  Maybe the Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites at Fort Rapids. And I've got an idea that I'd like to circulate.  You know in California and Florida, residents get discount tickets to Disneyland and Disney World, respectively.  Well, why don't these hotels give discount rooms to Central Ohio residents.  Discounts can probably only apply if there's a large block of unused rooms.  And the discounts would apply only the day of.  Thus, it would promote spur of the moment getaways.  I'd certainly be willing to do it if the discount was big enough.
  • Andy

    One of my favorite places to go for a getaway (a little out of town) is the Granville Inn. 45 minutes away, if that, and Granville is a great place to forget about Columbus.

  • wyliemac

    There's a few bed and breakfast's a few miles north of Dublin. Don't know the names. I'll have to drive up there and blog the names.

  • http://www.finerepast.com Andy

    One of my favorite places to go for a getaway (a little out of town) is the Granville Inn. 45 minutes away, if that, and Granville is a great place to forget about Columbus.

  • wyliemac

    There’s a few bed and breakfast’s a few miles north of Dublin. Don’t know the names. I’ll have to drive up there and blog the names.

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