Very clean, nice hotel I enjoy coming to town and staying at this hotel. I love thee workers, everyone is very nice. I will not stay at another hotel besides this one when I come in to town from Chicago. Also good breakfast, dinner. Got to love this place. Keep up the good work.
Toya from Chicago, IL
This hotel is located in Columbus (North Columbus), close to Sharon Woods Park and Westerville Mini-Golf. Area attractions …More
This hotel does everything right. It has an awesome indoor pool, complete with a hot tub and a rock structure that has a waterfall. The rooms are very spacious, you get both a living area and a bedroom. Both rooms come complete with a 40 inch flat screen TV. You also get free breakfast, free internet, and between 5:30 and 7:30, there is a manager reception ever day that is available for everyone. During this, there are free snacks and unlimited, free alcohol. Also, the location is perfect. The hotel is 10 minutes from the Easton and Polaris shopping centers and 15 minutes from downtown and Ohio State University.
jeff from columbus, oh
This hotel is located in Columbus (North Columbus), close to Westerville Mini-Golf, Sharon Woods Park, and Inniswood Metro …More
This is the 2nd hip replacement surgery since 2009. We know we needed to stay somewhere other then the hospital.We are glad we choose your hotel. It was easy access to the hospital and we was able to relax after spending all day with our son.
Cathy from ohio
This hotel is located in Columbus (North Columbus), close to Polaris Fashion Place and Magic Mountain Fun Center. Area …More
The hotel was warm and inviting. It was very clean. The staff were all very friendly. We were there over Christmas, the decorations were beautiful. We loved the seating area in our rooms. It allowed us to have a lot of private family time. We will definitely stay there in the future.
This hotel is located in Columbus (North Columbus), close to Polaris Fashion Place, Magic Mountain Fun Center, and Sharon …More
The suburbs comprising North Columbus consist of Westerville, Minerva Park, and Worthington. Westerville, the largest of the three, was once known as the “Dry Capital of the World” during Prohibition. All three suburbs are mainly residential.