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Downtown Columbus Hotels

By 2022, downtown Columbus will have more than 5,000 hotel rooms, 2,700 of which will be connected or adjacent to the Greater Columbus Convention Center. 

All properties in the downtown core are easily accessible on foot or via free transportation on the CBUS circulator. You can also get from the airport to many of these hotels via the AirConnect circulator. The diverse selection of brands includes offerings for all price points and groups of any size.

The newest hotels to come to downtown Columbus include the 167-room Canopy by Hilton, featuring four suites; two dining experiences, including private rooftop dining rooms; transfer lounge with lockers and private showers for guests who arrive early and The Retreat for guests seeking a quiet space. The Moxy, a 116-room “boutique hotel with the social heart of a hostel” by Marriott is the first Moxy hotel in the state of Ohio, and there are only about a dozen in the U.S. Townhall, a popular Cleveland restaurant and bar will open on the ground floor, followed by a rooftop bar/lounge called the Republic at the Moxy. The Graduate, located in the Short North Arts District, is a 171-room property that gets its look and feel from The Ohio State University and offers two food and beverage outlets, including a Shake Shack, and the cutest hotel dog, Scarlette.