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Conference Center at NorthPointe Star Rating 4        
9243 Columbus Pike

This 3-star hotel offers numerous premium facilities, such as a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi. It is located a 25-minute car ride from Port Columbus International Airport and an airport shuttle is available for guests.Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center features an all-hours reception, plus luggage storage and an express check-in and check-out feature.
The Pines at Tuttle Crossing        
5303 Wilcox Road

Bridgestreet at Pines at Tuttle Crossing offers a comfortable setting while in Columbus.The property has 12 apartments that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.Port Columbus International Airport is a 30-minute drive from Bridgestreet at Pines at Tuttle Crossing.
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Columbus Airport Star Rating 3        
460 Waterbury Court

Off I-270 in the eastern suburbs of Columbus, this classic hotel is 4 miles from Port Columbus International Airport, 7 miles from the Franklin Park Conservatory and 9 miles from the Greater Columbus Convention Center.Relaxed rooms have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges, coffeemakers and desks. Suites add microwaves and separate living rooms with pull-out sofas.
SpringHill Suites Columbus Airport Gahanna Star Rating 3        
665 Taylor Road

A 3.1-mile drive from Port Columbus International Airport, this straightforward all-suites hotel is 7.6 miles from the Franklin Park Conservatory and 9.
Days Inn Columbus South Grove City Star Rating 2        
1849 Stringtown Road

Off Interstate 71, this straightforward low-rise hotel is less than 4 miles from horse racing at Beulah Park and under 8 miles from COSI (Center of Science and Industry).All rooms include en suite bathrooms with showers and tubs, and have free WiFi, TVs, desks and coffeemakers. Kids 17 and under stay free with a paying adult.
Hampton Inn Columbus South Star Rating 3        
4017 Jackpot Road

This straightforward hotel is 7 miles from the COSI Columbus science center, 8 miles from the storied Ohio Theatre performing arts venue and 10 miles drive from Hollywood Casino Columbus.Relaxed rooms feature custom-designed beds, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges and microwaves. Upgraded rooms add pull-out sofas, coffeemakers and/or whirlpool tubs.
La Quinta Inn Grove City Star Rating 3        
3962 Jackpot Rd

Set 7 miles from both the iconic Ohio Theatre and COSI Columbus science museum, this straightforward hotel off I-71 is also 10 miles from Franklin Park Conservatory.Free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs are offered in the modern rooms and suites, along with pillow-top mattresses and coffeemakers. Some add pull-out sofas and/or whirlpool tubs.
Drury Inn & Suites Columbus South Star Rating 3        
4109 Parkway Centre Dr

This straightforward, modern hotel is 8 miles from the Hollywood Casino Columbus and 9 miles from the Columbus Museum of Art.The traditional rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and work desks. Upgraded rooms add separate sitting areas.
Comfort Suites Hilliard Star Rating 3        
3831 Park Mill Run Dr.

Off Jack Nicklaus freeway, this straightforward, all-suite hotel is 6 miles from Ohio State University Airport and 7 miles from Ohio Stadium.Featuring sitting areas with pull-out sofas, the laid-back, warmly decorated studio suites come with free Wi-Fi and cable TV, along with microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers.Free perks include parking, and continental breakfast served in a casual dining room with a TV.
Hampton Inn & Suites Columbus Hilliard Star Rating 3        
3950 Lyman Drive

Set beside Highway 270, this classic hotel is 2 miles from the Early Television Museum and 7 miles from Ohio State University.Modern rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus microwaves, coffeemakers, desks and custom-designed beds. Suites add living areas, and some have whirlpool tubs.
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Columbus prides itself on being the "Biggest Small Town in America", a reference to its small town atmosphere as much as a dig at those people that forget it's actually on of the largest cities in the United States. While it might not be the most obvious of tourist destinations, the city actually has plenty to see and do, something an increasing number of tourists are finding out. Columbus is situated midway between Cincinnati and Cleveland on I-71 and midway between Pittsburgh and Indianapolis on I-70, making it fairly easy to drive to the city.

Long haul passengers generally arrive at Port Columbus International Airport (CMH), which can be found about six miles east of the downtown district. With the airport only serving Toronto and Cancun outside of the U.S., international visitors should expect to make a changeover at one of the country main airports.

The Ohio Statehouse serves as a good starting point for visitors looking to explore all that the city has to offer. Looking like something out of Ancient Greece, the building offers a quality photo opportunity if nothing more. Popular museums in the town include the Center of Science and Industry (COSI), the Early Television Museum, the Columbus Museum of Art, and the Motorcycle Hall of Fame. Columbus is also home to a thriving theatre community, with the Palace Theatre and Southern Theatre among the venues hosting a variety of performances. Live music is also rife in the city, making a night on the tiles that little more exciting.

The German Village is a friendly neighborhood just outside of downtown, and a popular place for tourists to take a stroll. Visit in October to enjoy the expectedly raucous Oktoberfest celebrations. Columbus has no shortage of places to walk. Franklin Park is a popular choice thanks in part to its botanical garden and conservatory. Less well known, and thus quieter, Glen Echo Park is a great place to get away from it all. Those looking to get some serious miles under their belt should seek out the 14-mile long Olentangy Trail, which doubles as a suitable biking trail. Popular family attractions include the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, the Zoombezi Bay waterpark and the replica of the Santa Maria, the ship that brought Christopher Columbus across the Atlantic.

Visitors making their way to the city between August and November will find that if the Ohio State Buckeyes football team is playing at home, Saturday afternoons can be particularly quiet. Unless you're in Ohio Stadium with 105,000 rabid football fans that is. The tailgate (where fans gather and party before the game) have to be seen to be believed. Columbus is also home to professional ice hockey, soccer and minor league baseball teams, all of which make for an enjoyable afternoon or evening's entertainment. Columbus' peak tourist season falls between June and September, coinciding with warmer temperatures and school holidays. The city does cater to winter tourists but with snow almost guaranteed between December and March, few arrange a winter trip.