Book Vacation Packages in Columbus
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Where to Stay During Columbus Vacations
You’ll find any number of hotels to suit your tastes in Columbus. Charming bed-and-breakfasts are scattered amid larger chain hotels, and many are within an easy walk or drive to some of the city’s top attractions. If you’re ready to search our Columbus package deals for the perfect accommodation, we’ve selected a few of our favorites for you to look at:
- Hyatt Regency Columbus: Sleek, modern, and well-situated, the Hyatt Regency is the perfect place for you to rest your head at the end of a day of exploring. Start your morning with a few laps in the heated indoor pool, then enjoy a delicious meal at its Market Stand Café. Three types of beautifully appointed rooms await you.
- Hilton Columbus Downtown: Set in the heart of downtown, the Hilton is ready to make your stay a comfortable one. The hotel includes a bar and a French bistro, as well as a pool and fitness room to burn off those croissants you just devoured.
- The Blackwell Inn and Pfahl Conference Center: The Blackwell is the perfect blend of charm and modernity. Purchase last-minute souvenirs at the 24-hour gift shop, or stop by the bistro during the day to fill up before venturing out into the city.
- Red Roof PLUS+ Columbus Downtown - Convention Center: Located right near Nationwide Arena—and thus an excellent choice for those in town for concerts and sporting events—the Red Roof PLUS+ offers room service and even has room for your pets.
Things to Do
Buying a cheap vacation in Columbus means you’ve got plenty of money to spend on other, more enticing adventures. Rent a kayak or canoe and paddle down the softly rolling waters of the Scioto, pausing for a photo op every now and then. Next, stop by German Village, located right near the downtown area, and immerse yourself in another world. This fully inhabited neighborhood is not a park or a historic reserve; rather, it’s just home to beautiful 19th-century architecture and plenty of shops for you to purchase keepsakes and souvenirs of your trip. Following this, pay a visit to the Ohio Theatre, a stunning, gilded relic of the golden age of movie palaces. It’s now home to a variety of live performances, and your inner child might well be thrilled just to wander its shining halls and gape up at its glowing ceiling. Is this a theatre, or some mystical throne room for an emperor?
But before you weigh yourself down in shopping bags and dramatic performances, ready your camera and your heart and take yourself to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Make friends with polar bears, African Gray parrots, and bison, among many other types of creatures, and explore beautifully landscaped habitats. You’ll soon see why the zoo is listed as #1 in so many publications!
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Accommodation in Columbus
The state capital of Ohio has as many as 208 accommodations that you can reserve via Travelocity's Columbus hotels page.
Do you appreciate a little extra effort? Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel and Hilton Columbus at Easton ought to tick all your boxes. If you're hoping for your dollar to go further, check out the Hilton Columbus Downtown, at 401 N High St, or the Residence Inn Marriott Easton, located at 3999 Easton Loop W.