Best Western Columbus North

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

888 East Dublin Granville Road, Columbus, Ohio, 43229, United States
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48%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
7%
16
Very Good
19%
41
Average
22%
47
Poor
17%
37
Terrible
31%
65

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Costs 32% less but rated 26% lower than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families23
  • Couples42
  • Solo33
  • Business30

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Forum Posts

Moving to Columbus

by VAFields

We have finally decided on Columbus, Ohio. Currently, we are apartment hunting. I've heard the Short North area is very expensive. We'd like to live close to the "action" but we don't want to spend more than $600 a month for a one bedroom (preferably with a dishwasher and washer/dryer). If anyone has any suggestions, as to what realty companies or apartment complexes have good reputations, it would be a big help.

Re: Moving to Columbus

by spartan

Hi Alana,

I used to live in Coumbus (Dublin and Pickerington) and it's a nice size city with quite a few things to do. I think you hit the nail on the head with the Short North as it is near the downtown area...but you are also close to Ohio State University and that area can get quite noisy.

If you have a car, I would suggest the northwest suburbs of Westerville, Upper Arlington and Dublin. Pickerington (on the southeast side) is a nice place, but is getting way overdeveloped. Another nice area is Gahanna with many apartments within your price range.

Don'e have a website for homes, but you can't go wrong by checking with the local paper (Columbus Dispatch...http://www.cd.columbus.oh.us) or the Columbus Chamber of Commerce (http://www.columbus.org).

There are also a few Columbus pages here on VT which can also provide some information. Best of luck on your move.

Sincerely,

Spartan

Re: Re: Moving to Columbus

by seanguy

That is some good info. I responded to your old post. It is prob. not of much help since it seems your already in Columbus, but if you want just go over to the original forum and I gave some suggestions on places to live etc. You don't have to go to the suburbs to find a nice place. Some suburbs are more hip than others and closer to the city. Also Columbus surronds much of the suburbs therefore you can be in columbus but near another city, or be in columbus but have the school district of a suburb (haha your prob not thinking about that one yet but just in case) If you do want to be downtown near the short north and rent theres apartments opening in the arena district (www.downtowncolumbus.com) which is really nice and surronds all the nightlife. Also theres some apartments in grandview right near the lennox town center and literally just 5minutes west of the shortnorth/victorian village area. apartments and condos right on high st in the short north cost a bit. But be sure to check out anything east of high street in the Victiorian Village for rent or buy. You might find a good deal. And with being close to the "noise" from OSU students, that is overblown. The "noise" of the University area isnt really near victorian village/shortnorth area. Its 4 blocks north. In general anything from 5th avenue and south isnt too close to OSU students. Then once you get into Clintonville (north of OSU) theres some nice affordable homes.
sean

Travel Tips for Columbus

Very Clean, People could be nicer though

by denver1982

Ive lived in Columbus about a year and its okay.

Columbus is very, very clean and very, very gentrified looking from the time you enter Frankin County.

Greyhound travelers: If on a lay over go to the center city mall or High street there lots of places too eat and Downtown is some-what safe (not nearly as safe as Denver though)

Drivers: having lived in Denver, Omaha and gone through Chicago at rush hour many times, Columbus has very, very poor roads and very, very clogged up interstates (they are freakin 2 lanes in each direction, compared to 4 in denver, 6 in omaha and about 8 in chicago)

Safety: Columbus is very clean, but that deceptive because Columbus is actually a moderate to somewhat high crime city so stay out of east columbus from Grant to Bexley. Also avoid north-east Columbus

People: people arent very approachable compared to my hometown Denver or Omaha so I wouldnt ask a regular joe off the street for direction, go to the convience store they all have maps (One is like 1.99 and very precise)

Best Mexican in Columbus

by debrannan about El Vaquero

Authentic mexican food. The music is sometimes a little loud but the quality and taste of the food drowns out any concerns. Orders are quickly served very hot - watch out for the plate. It is also very inexpensive. With three locations in the Columbus metro area. 141 - pros or frequent visitors order by number. My favorite is Pollo Ranchero. Grilled chicken cooked with a special red sauce served with Mexican rice, fried beans and 4 flour tortillas. It doesn't look good but I have force many people to try it and they love it.

World's Greatest Hamburgers

by spartan about Fuddruckers

THis is the place to experience mouth-watering burgers! They are made to order and huge, so you won't go home hungry. Try anyone of the following burgers: BBQ Rock (cheddar, bacon, and bbq), Triple Cheese (monterey jack, cheddar, and swiss), Blue Moon (blue cheese sauce and crispy onions), Southwest (bacon, monterey jack, guacamole), "The Works" (american cheese, bacon and mushrooms). To go along with the burgers, you have a choice of Fudd Fries, Cole Slaw or BBQ Beans.

The German Village

by lashr1999

The German village was originally settled by German immigrants in the 1840's. WWI which caused anti-German sentiment and the depression which closed many of the German Brewery jobs split up this community. By 1950, there was almost the end of the German village. However in the 1960’s a man named Frank Fetch led a campaign to declare the village a historic site. This later lead to the resurgence of the German village. When first entering these streets you notice the brick streets, brick sidewalk, brick houses, and Queen Anne styled houses. Antique shops dot the German village. There are several places to eat. You should try Juergen Bakery and Restaurant on Fourth Street which has some great German pastry. Also see the book loft with it’s many rooms of books.

Columbus ZOO in May 2004

by butterflykizzez04

My daughter Noel, and my nieces and nephews love the zoo. We try to take them at least once or twice a season. We like to go to different Zoos but the Columbus Zoo is one of our favorites and it is only about 2 hours from our home.

I have more pictures in a travelogue about the Zoo. I am only putting a couple here.

Hours: OPEN EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR!!
Labor Day to Memorial Day Weekend
Daily: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Daily: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Address: 888 East Dublin Granville Road, Columbus, Ohio, 43229, United States