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A view of the new pedestrian skywalk connecting the convention center to the new downtown Hilton. The North Market is a great spot for lunch in Columbus. Choose from over 30 prepared food counters and specialty shops in a turn-of-the-century farm implements warehouse. Nutella-filled pancake balls made my day at this delightful little cafe. You can also get them filled with dulce de leche or pumpkin-apple butter, but why would you when Nutella is an option! Paired with Sweet ‘N’ Spicy Bacon and blood orange juice. The #CCHolidayLights @ColumbusCommons
Over 300,000 LED lights decorate the downtown park! One of the Chihuly glass ceilings at the Franklin Park Conservatory.
The conservatory purchase quite a collection of Chihuly glass works and they are spaced out throughout the gardens.
They look particularly attractive when the conservatory offers evening hours and the sculptures are illuminated. One of the Chihuly glass ceilings at the Franklin Park Conservatory.
The conservatory purchase quite a collection of Chihuly glass works and they are spaced out throughout the gardens.
They look particularly attractive when the conservatory offers evening hours and the sculptures are illuminated. Want to learn to the proper way to leave the hack and deliver the stone across the hog lines and into the house? For $25 you can take a two hour learn-to-curl clinic, Totally worth it! It makes sense, but you don't think of bonsai trees getting fall color like the gorgeous gold on this ginkgo in the courtyard at Franklin Park Conservatory. Behold, The Gates of Hell!
The Gates of Hell is a drainage tunnel that runs beneath High Street, carrying a stream from Glen Echo Park to the Olentangy River. The creek bed is dry most of the time, except after rain. A large steel cage is built in front of the tunnel to ensure no large debris becomes lodged inside.
The interior of the drain includes two bends and when standing at the center, little to no light can be seen.
The interior of the tunnel and the surrounding concrete runoff area are popular canvases for graffiti artists and the area's half pipe design is inviting to skateboarders. A dilapidated dock jutting out into a mucky pond hidden in a tree patch on the west campus of the Ohio State University. Possibly the artist's commentary on the looming gentrification of the King-Lincoln District. A quartet of super fancy pancakes from SuperChef's Breakfast and More! Let's break this down clockwise style; a caramel apple pancake, a pineapple upside down pancake, a Reece's peanut butter cup pancake and a heart shaped red velvet pancake! If you are a fan of Dale Chihuly, don't miss the Glass Magic: Than and Now exhibit at the Columbus Museum of Art. It's there until May 1, 2016 and admission is free on Sundays. They have some beautiful ancient glass on loan from the Israel Antiquites Authority juxtaposed with some of the current masters, like William Morris and Lino Tagliapietra. Wall art on an alley in the Short North Arts District. An extreme closeup of the soft pink bloom of evening primrose (Oenothera speciosa).
The two inch blossoms blooms both day and night, but typically in the pre-dawn hours, closing when the full sun hits them.
The Franklin Park Conservatory has a garden campus. This four-acre garden has the culinary, herb and fragrance gardens, apiary, rose pavilion, berry house, and 40 community garden plots. Sub-zero temperatures and the ever looming gray skies of the Ohio winter got you bummed?
Come get a burst of color by visiting the retail greenhouse inside Oakland Nursery's Columbus store. Tons of orchids, succulents, cacti and other blooming and foliage houseplants to peruse, photograph and perhaps purchase. A closeup of the metallic purple fruits on the beautyberry (Callicarpa dichotoma 'Early Amethyst') in its glory out front of the Franklin Park Conservatory. Simple, well-crafted donuts available day and night. No need to wake up early to grab a blueberry cake donut or maple bar - these guys are open 24-hr! Cheep pricing makes it easy to try a variety. The efforts of planting 100,000 bulbs last fall pay off when spring hits and the tulips come to life at the Franklin Park Conservatory!
#SpringFun
It's State Fair time again! Are you ready for this one?! A giant red gummy bear on a stick dipped in batter and then of course DEEP FRIED! Right now at the Franklin Park Conservatory, spring is in FULL bloom with over 100,000 bulbs and many other spring flowering trees and shrubs putting on quite a spectacular display! The setting sun illuminating the trees above the creek inside Glen Echo Ravine.
This spot isn't within the bounds of the actual park. It can be reached by a gravel access path behind Lucky's Market. From there, you can head east along the creek bed, through the ravine and end up inside the park. It's State Fair time again! Deep fried dill pickle and pepper jack cheese. The Canada goose (Branta canadensis) can be a nuisance in some scenarios, but pest or not, these goslings are adorable. The great blue heron (Ardea herodias) is the largest North American heron. It can be around four ft tall with a near six ft wingspan.
It can be quite a spectacle to watch these guys fish. They can stand motionless for long periods of time just staring, then suddenly darting their face into the water and usually emerging with a fish in its beak. Get your hot dog fix here. Feels a bit like a dive-bar, but fun and great for kids too. Plenty of dogs to choose from - pictured here are Puff the Magic Popper and Sarva's Tot-cho Dog. The jalapeños are the real deal. The efforts of planting 100,000 bulbs last fall pay off when spring hits and the tulips come to life at the Franklin Park Conservatory!
#SpringFun
The efforts of planting 100,000 bulbs last fall pay off when spring hits and the tulips come to life at the Franklin Park Conservatory!
#SpringFun
The Cheese Shop is just one of about 30 food counters in the North Market. After picking out a few cheeses, stop by the bakery to pair them with some fresh bread. This tentacled carnivorous critter is Drosera capensis, the Cape Sundew. A small rosette-forming carnivorous species of perennial sundew native to the Cape in South Africa. The strap-like leaves are covered in brightly colored tentacles which secrete a sticky mucilage that traps insects. When insects are first trapped, the leaves roll lengthwise by thigmotropism (plant's reaction to touch) toward the center. This aids digestion by bringing more digestive glands in contact with the prey.
This and many other tropical species are on display in the OSU Biological Sciences Greenhouse. This is sort of a hidden find. This greenhouse resides on the medical campus of OSU on top of a parking garage. It's not very often that you take an elevator to reach a greenhouse. The fennel sausage pizza with Gouda, havarti, smoked provolone, onion and fennel pollen from Harvest bar and kitchen.
8 Sisters bakery from Mt. Gilead OH packs up their amazing donuts and brings them to downtown Columbus for the Pearl Street Farmer's Market.
Here is a pan full of maple bacon long johns! Maple cream filled and completely covered in bacon. A dark chocolate bacon and a strawberry lemonade donut from Destination Donuts in the North Market. Hundreds of colorful butterflies take flight in the Pacific Island Water Garden, a tropical haven at the Franklin Park Conservatory during Blooms & Butterflies.
Newly emerged butterflies are released daily. Nashville hot chicken in the North Market! The chicken is sourced from nearby Ohio farms, brined for 20 hours, and double deep fried - you won't be disappointed. Also, 60% of the staff have experienced homelessness and poverty and are getting a second chance to earn a living. Eat great, and feel good about it! Hyper-local bakery, crafting everything you see here and more. Scones, croissants, cookies, rolls and ten types of bread are all freshly baked right here in the corner of North Market. It doesn't get any more local than this! Destination Donuts are dreamy decadent desserts from the mind of self proclaimed Donut Queen, Heather Morris.
Nutella Bomb. Boom. In addition to all the cool local shops and restaurants located in Short North district, with a bit of timing and luck, you can look westerly and catch a glorious sunset!
#GoldenHour The Rotunda is one of the most remarkable spaces in the Statehouse. Stretching 120 feet from the floor to the oculus.
The crown jewel in the Rotunda's dome is its 29-foot-wide skylight. The center circle of the skylight is a hand-painted Great Seal of Ohio, a reproduction of the Seal that was in use in 1861 when the Rotunda was completed.
The seal in the dome, which is 3ft in diameter, is slightly different than the seal in use today. This seal not only has the mountains, a sheaf of wheat and a bundle of arrows, but it also includes a canal boat in the foreground. The canals were an important mode of transportation at the time this seal was designed (circa 1847). The seal has changed five times in the course of Ohio's history.
#architecture A refugee from the conservatory's 'Blooms and Butterflies' exhibit, this guy is striking a pose in front of some Chihuly glass work. A tiny button-sized bright pink bloom growing on fuzzy/spiky cactus about the size of an orange. A close up of some venus fly traps.
A part of the 'scary plants' collection at the Franklin Park Conservatory. A 24X macro lens make the center of this hibiscus flower look like a pastel sputnik.
A membership to the conservatory and some new photo gadgets as holiday gifts leads to some fun plant photo ops. Franklin Park Conservatory's #orchid2016 display consists of every color, shape and size of orchid imaginable, scattered throughout the entire conservatory.
Probably my favorite picture I've taken with my Nokia Lumia 1020. Feels a bit like a dive-bar, but it's fun and great for kids too. Dozens of amped up dogs to choose from, including Slappy Pappy's Super Sloppy, the Doginator, and the Ohioana. If you want a plain old wiener, order The Glenn Beck. Right now at the Franklin Park Conservatory, spring is in FULL bloom with over 100,000 bulbs and many other spring flowering trees and shrubs putting on quite a spectacular display! This arch is all that remains of Columbus Grand Union Station, the city's third and final train station.
Built in 1897 and designed by Daniel H. Burnham and Company of Chicago, the train station was located in the current footprint of the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
On October 22, 1976, demolition began despite having been listed on the National Register of Historic Places two years earlier. A restraining order federal judge George Smith halted demolition, but it was too late and only one arch of the ornate structure was saved.
In 1999, the arch in its entirety was slowing inched over several blocks to its current location at Dimon McPherson Commons in the Arena District.
#architecture
A beautiful view of the skyline of downtown Columbus reflecting into the Scioto River during its restoration through the Scioto Greenways Project. The project is involves three primary components: 1) removing the Main Street Dam, 2) restoring the Scioto River channel, and 3) creating 33 acres of new green space. More info at http://www.sciotogreenways.com/ The LeVeque Tower is a steel frame building covered in glazed architectural terra-cotta tiles with an oak-bark texture.
Originally, the building's exterior featured a large number of sculptures. However, much of it had to be removed because the terra-cotta began to crumble and fall to the street. Lost sculptures include four 18 feet eagles at the corners of the building at the 36th floor and four 20 feet statues of colossus and youth on the sides of the building at the setback of the 40th floor
The spaces left by the departed sculpture serve as the bases for lights used to illuminate the tower. The Tower is often illuminated in white, but the colors change for certain holidays. Green for St,. Patrick's Day. Red, White and Blue for the 4th of July. Red and Green for the Christmas season.
#architecture A trio of pink jump roping girls and a collection of pink and blue antennas broadcasting some sort of message on the wall of the Short North Tavern. This batch of tulips is just getting ready to open and looks to be a cream colored blossom fringed with pink.
Franklin Park Conservatory planted over 70,000 spring blooming bulbs last fall and the epic results are in full swing! A wall of soda!
Just a sampling of the 500 or so different soda pops available at Rocket Fizz Soda Pop & Candy Shop in the Short North.
I was in root beer heaven! I spent way more than I should and fully intend on going back to spend more! Blooms and Butterflies now at the Franklin Park Conservatory. Hundreds of colorful, tropical species of butterflies fluttering about inside the Pacific Island Water Garden. Purple rods of Chihuly glass-works stand out in stark contrast to the lush greenery surrounding them. This is a unique yellow and purple bi-color Calibrachoa called Purple Cartwheel that will be available to the retail market in spring of 2016.
The OSU cultivar trials, located at Ohio State University's Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Gardens, are conducted each year in order to evaluate ornamental bedding and container plants.
The objective of these trials is to observe the performance of new and recently introduced cultivated plant varieties under environmental conditions typical of central Ohio.
Despite their stated scientific and economic purposes, the gardens are beautiful to walk through and photograph. Best of all, they're FREE! Stock up on all your nutty needs at this little shop near Grandview Heights. You'll find giant cashews and colossal pistachios among dozens of other nuts, chocolates and candies. Their all natural peanut butter is also tasty - be sure to try the spicy version too! One of three new bronze deer sculptures in downtown from artist Terry Allen.
This one can be found pontificating on the Rich St. bridge overlooking the new park.
The Scioto Greenways project consisted of three primary components:
1) removing the Main Street Dam,
2) restoring the Scioto River channel,
3) creating 33 acres of new green space. The second oldest building remaining on The Ohio State University campus, Orton Hall was opened in 1893. It is named after Dr Edward Orton, Sr. who served as Ohio State's first president, OSU Professor of Geology from 1873 to 1899, and Ohio's State Geologist from 1882 until his death in 1899.
Orton Hall is built of 40 different Ohio building stones. In the outside walls, these stones are laid in stratigraphic order according to their relative positions in Ohio's bedrock. The only non-indigenous to Ohio stone used is Indiana Limestone to build the front steps. It was chosen because of its high concentration of embedded fossils.
The bell tower was dedicated in 1915 and contains 25,000 pounds of bells that can be heard regularly tolling across campus. Encircling the top of the tower are 24 columns with gargoyle-like figures which are restorations of fossil animals. Orange tulips with streaks of red mix nicely with the surrounding solid red and white tulips.
Franklin Park Conservatory planted over 70,000 spring blooming bulbs last fall and the epic results are in full swing! A look upriver from the Main St bridge of the skyline and the newly created parkland along the river downtown.
The Scioto Greenways project consisted of three primary components:
1) removing the Main Street Dam,
2) restoring the Scioto River channel,
3) creating 33 acres of new green space. The Franklin Park Conservatory has well over a mile of paved multi-use paths winding throughout the park.
There is a pond with a creek that meanders through the park with a nice little waterfall. Delightful little cafe in the heart of Columbus. Eclectic menu includes twists on standard breakfast fare (ex: pancake balls) as well as Mexican favs (Mazatlan Pork & Egg Sandwich). Open for breakfast and lunch. Franklin Park Conservatory is having their annual orchids display. A bright showy collection of tropical color in what can sometimes be a dreary Ohio winter.
#FindingtheUniverse Don't miss the creative and tasty veggie dishes at this counter shop in the North Market. Fresh dishes rotate daily, combining ingredients like squash, rutabaga, spinach, quinoa and more. Yup that's right, a hot cocoa bar! A buffet style setup of any and all fixings you can dream up to make your own mug of hot cocoa! What a simple yet brilliant idea! The pink on these dogwood (Cornus florida) blossoms looks almost hand painted.
Right now at the Franklin Park Conservatory, spring is in FULL bloom with over 100,000 bulbs and many other spring flowering trees and shrubs putting on quite a spectacular display! So glad to see that the sand-worms from Beetlejuice have managed to stay employed. In the floodplain behind the mansion there is just over a mile of trails through a forested area with Sycamore, Cottonwood, White Pine, Blue Spruce, Sugar Maples and Oaks along Alum Creek. These planted shoes decorate the raised beds of the horticulture therapy garden on the argriculture campus of The Ohio State University. An overhead view of the mixture of orange, red and white tulips looking up at me.
Franklin Park Conservatory planted over 70,000 spring blooming bulbs last fall and the epic results are in full swing! Allow me to present The An overhead view of the holiday lights display at the Columbus Commons taken from the roof of the parking garage across the street. The Waffle Comes First, Respect The Waffle!
Waffle n'chicken with Ohio maple syrup and hot sauce from Taste of Belgium in the North Market. In the forefront, the serrated edged pink and salmon blooms of tulip 'Miami Sunset' juxtaposed nicely with the hot pink tips of tulip 'Gander's Rhapsody'.
Franklin Park Conservatory planted over 70,000 spring blooming bulbs last fall and the epic results are in full swing! The Columbus Crew upgraded their stadium's food offerings to include many local vendors for the 2015 campaign.
These are drumsticks from Hot Chicken Takeover, southern style spicy fried chicken.
The food truck at the stadium doesn't offer the hottest of the hot, but these 'warm' drumsticks will have you downing multiple $4 bottles of water! Salt & Pine is located in the newly constructed 250 High building.
While the dinner menu could be construed as intimidating because of some unfamiliar ingredients, the brunch menu is much more approachable and simple delicious!
This the griddlecakes and a side of heirloom potato hash with a dollop of crème fraîche.
Griddlecakes, pancakes, flap jacks, however you refer to them, are a fairly pedestrian breakfast option but these were expertly done with a subtle sweetness to the batter and just a touch of crispness to the outside.
Just a few bites into the meal and my dinner companions were commenting on how they already couldn't wait to return and dine here again. The great blue heron (Ardea herodias) is the largest North American heron. It can be around four ft tall with a near six ft wingspan.
It can be quite a spectacle to watch these guys fish. They can stand motionless for long periods of time just staring, then suddenly darting their face into the water and usually emerging with a fish in its beak. A burger topped with bacon, Ohio Swiss, balsamic red onions and a truffle aioli from Angry Bear Kitchen. The downtown skyline as seen from in front of the Center of Science and Industry.
The Scioto Greenways project consisted of three primary components:
1) removing the Main Street Dam,
2) restoring the Scioto River channel,
3) creating 33 acres of new green space.
A shot of the desert room on a sunny afternoon at the Franklin Park Conservatory. Right now at the Franklin Park Conservatory, spring is in FULL bloom with over 100,000 bulbs and many other spring flowering trees and shrubs putting on quite a spectacular display! Be sure to check out the sandwich counter at this nut shop. They make a variety of tasty sandwiches with their all natural peanut butter and locally crafted jellies. My order of crunchy peanut butter and grape jelly on wheat really hit the spot. Blooms and Butterflies now at the Franklin Park Conservatory. Hundreds of colorful, tropical species of butterflies fluttering about inside the Pacific Island Water Garden. A trio of trees comprised of hundreds of hand blown glass ornaments at the Franklin Park Conservatory. @fpconservatory A trio of trees comprised of hundreds of hand blown glass ornaments at the Franklin Park Conservatory. @fpconservatory The Columbus downtown waterfront along the Scioto River is going through a metamorphosis beginning with the removal of the Main street low head dam. This will drastically affect the width, depth and path of the Scioto River ultimately creating 33 acres of new green space directly in the downtown area. More information on the project can be found at http://www.sciotogreenways.com/ A shot of the setting sun reflecting off one of the buildings of the partial downtown Columbus skyline as seen from the confluence of the Scioto and Olentangy Rivers. A stunning specimen of Fagus sylvatica 'tricolor', the tricolor beech. The crown jewel of a rather impressive collection of ornamental beech trees in the chadwick arboretum. #treetrove The caramelized vanilla bean cheesecake with a dollop of sorbet and sliced strawberries from Nada, a Cincinnati import billed as a contemporary Mexican restaurant. Translation: artfully plated upscale versions of Mexican street food for gringos who aren't yet comfortable enough to hit up the local taco truck. The Potato Bacon Bomb! Thick sliced golden fried potato planks, cheesy roasted garlic mashed potatoes, crisp hickory bacon, creamy sour cream and scallion sauce and sharp cheddar busting the seams of two slices of homemade bread. The cool retro sign outside of the amazing Little Donut Shop located next to the stalwart concert venue, the Newport Music Hall on The Ohio State University campus. The Chocolate Pretzel donut, a traditional cake donut dipped in chocolate frosting and topped with two pretzel sticks and finished with a sprinkle of sea salt and a white and dark chocolate drizzle.
#FoodPorn This tentacled carnivorous critter is Drosera capensis, the Cape Sundew. A small rosette-forming carnivorous species of perennial sundew native to the Cape in South Africa. The strap-like leaves are covered in brightly colored tentacles which secrete a sticky mucilage that traps insects. When insects are first trapped, the leaves roll lengthwise by thigmotropism (plant's reaction to touch) toward the center. This aids digestion by bringing more digestive glands in contact with the prey.
This and many other tropical species are on display in the OSU Biological Sciences Greenhouse. This is sort of a hidden find. This greenhouse resides on the medical campus of OSU on top of a parking garage. It's not very often that you take an elevator to reach a greenhouse. Water beading up on the pale blue bloom of this cultivated variety of Convolvulus. Intended for container or landscape use, this variety should not be confused with its less desired relative, the hedge bindweed.
The OSU cultivar trials, located at Ohio State University's Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Gardens, are conducted each year in order to evaluate ornamental bedding and container plants.
The objective of these trials is to observe the performance of new and recently introduced cultivated plant varieties under environmental conditions typical of central Ohio.
Despite their stated scientific and economic purposes, the gardens are beautiful to walk through and photograph. Best of all, they're FREE!
Light pink tulips with darker pink brush strokes on the petals.
Franklin Park Conservatory planted over 70,000 spring blooming bulbs last fall and the epic results are in full swing! A topiary sleeping giant.
The figure of a woman lying down composed of various sedums, grasses and echeverias. The breakfast burger from Chop Shop topped with American cheese, bacon, fried egg, hash-brown, maple syrup and ketchup.
...and not to be ignored, just look at those freaking onion rings! A regular order consists of five gigantic onion rings that must be the equivalent of eating an entire deep fried softball-sized onion. Right now at the Franklin Park Conservatory, spring is in FULL bloom with over 100,000 bulbs and many other spring flowering trees and shrubs putting on quite a spectacular display! It's time again for the Ohio State Fair, which means it's time for a deep fried fair food feast!
Here is a black forest funnel cake!
Chocolate funnel cake topped with powdered sugar, cherry pie filling, chocolate syrup and whipped cream.
The Ohio Sate Fair started in 1850 and has been held at its current location since 1886.
#WeekendGetaway
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Breakfast included
Free self parking
Free WiFi
Pets allowed
Restaurant

Location

Situated in Columbus, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ohio State Fairgrounds and Mapfre Stadium. Ohio State University and Ohio Stadium are also within 3 mi (5 km).

Hotel Features

This smoke-free hotel features a restaurant, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. Free buffet breakfast, free WiFi in public areas, and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include a 24-hour business center, coffee/tea in a common area, and dry cleaning.

Room Amenities

All 63 rooms offer free WiFi and free wired Internet, LCD TVs with cable channels, and comforts like pillowtop beds and premium bedding. Guests will also find sofa beds, refrigerators, and microwaves.

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Hotel Amenities

Comfort Suites features an indoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center. The hotel offers a restaurant. A complimentary breakfast is offered. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary.

A 24-hour business center is on site. This Columbus hotel also offers coffee/tea in a common area, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and laundry facilities. Complimentary self parking is available on site.

Comfort Suites is a smoke-free property.

  • Free RV, bus, truck parking 
  • Coffee/tea in common areas 
  • Elevator/lift 
  • 24-hour business center 
  • Indoor pool 
  • 24-hour front desk 
  • Free breakfast 
  • Laundry facilities 
  • Restaurant 
  • 24-hour fitness facilities 
  • Total number of rooms - 63 
  • Television in common areas 
  • Free self parking 
  • Number of floors - 3 
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Number of buildings/towers - 1 
  • Free wired Internet 
  • Smoke-free property 
  • Free newspapers in lobby 

Family Friendly Amenities

  • Family Hotel  
  • Indoor pool  
  • Free Wi-Fi  
  • Laundry facilities  
  • Sofa bed  
  • Refrigerator  
  • Microwave  
  • Cribs/infant beds (complimentary)  

Internet

Available in all rooms: Free WiFi , Free wired Internet

Available in some public areas: Free WiFi , Free wired Internet

Parking

Free self parking, Free RV, bus, truck parking

Room Amenities

  • Free cribs/infant beds 
  • Premium bedding 
  • Air conditioning 
  • Free weekday newspaper 
  • Phone 
  • Free local calls 
  • Refrigerator 
  • Coffee/tea maker 
  • Free bottled water 
  • Microwave 
  • Daily housekeeping 
  • Hair dryer 
  • Iron/ironing board 
  • In-room safe 
  • Desk 
  • Cable TV service 
  • Sofa bed 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Free wired Internet 
  • Pillowtop mattress 
  • LCD TV 
  • Sofa bed size 
  • Connecting/adjoining rooms available 

Where to Eat

Guests are offered a complimentary buffet breakfast.

Comfort Suites has a restaurant on site.

Nearby Things to Do

Recreational amenities at the hotel include an indoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center.

Hotel Policies

Check-in

Check-in time starts at 3 PM

Special check-in instructions:

Guests arriving after 10:00 PM must ring the door bell located next to the door to proceed with check-in.

Check-out

Check-out time is 11 AM

Payment types

Children and extra beds

  • Children are welcome.
  • Kids stay free! Children 18 years old and younger stay free when using existing bedding.
  • Rollaway/extra beds are not available.
  • Free cribs (infant beds)!

Pets

  • Pets allowed for an extra charge of USD 20.00 per pet, per night
  • Restrictions apply
  • For more information contact the property at the number on the booking confirmation

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Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.

Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
Please note that cultural norms and guest policies may differ by country and by property. The policies listed are provided by the property.
No rollaway/extra beds available

Fees

Optional extras

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.
  • Pet fee: USD 20.00 per pet, per night
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

Hotel Name

  • Comfort Suites Columbus
  • Comfort Suites Hotel Columbus

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Children 18 years old and younger stay free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding. The property has connecting/adjoining rooms, which are subject to availability and can be requested by contacting the property using the number on the booking confirmation. Guests can arrange to bring pets by contacting the property directly, using the contact information on the booking confirmation (surcharges apply and can be found in the Fees section).


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