It's time to start planning your getaway to Columbus, and we've got some fresh ideas for you on great places to stay. Here are just a few; find more info here.  

Four Points by Sheraton Columbus PolarisThe Sheraton Suites Columbus and Four Points by Sheraton Columbus - Polaris are both located on the north side of the city, making them great bases for exploration of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Zoombezi Bay water park, Polaris Fashion Place and a new crop of big retail attractions like Cabela's and IKEA (opening June 7, 2017.) Sheraton Suites Columbus is an all-suites property near the Ohio State University and perfect for families, featuring spacious accommodations and a large swimming pool. 

On the east side of the city, the Four Points by Sheraton Columbus Ohio Airport is convenient both to John Glenn Columbus International Airport and Easton, one of the city's biggest shopping hubs. 

Downtown, Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square boasts great views of the Columbus skyline and a birds eye view of the Ohio Statehouse as well as close proximity to COSI, the Columbus Museum of Art and the hip Gay Street district. 

Just south along High Street, the newly renovated Westin Columbus is adjacent to the Southern Theatre, where you can often catch a performance, and is just a few blocks from historic German Village. The hotel, built in 1897, is an architectural marvel combining the best of modern day conveniences with the elegance of another era.

Le Meridien The JosephIn the Short North Arts District, Le Meridien Columbus, The Joseph, is a modern and unique wonder, where art is behind every door. Filled with pieces from the collection of Ron Pizzuti, a prominent Columbus art collector, there's rotating art in the lobby and second-floor public spaces, as well as Ohio-sourced prints in each guestroom. The Joseph makes a great base to explore the Short North and its many art galleries, restaurants and boutiques. Don't miss the attached Guild House restaurant. 

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