Doubletree Hotel Columbus Worthington

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

175 Hutchinson Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, 43235, United States
Doubletree Hotel Columbus Worthington
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
29%
80
Very Good
32%
86
Average
24%
66
Poor
8%
23
Terrible
4%
13

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 14% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples68
  • Solo65
  • Business66

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Downtown area

by Travmad

My wife and I are heading to downtown Columbus for this weekend for the first time. Would anyone care to share some stuff that we shouldn't miss.

RE: Downtown area

by ellielou

if you're into art, the Wexner Center is really great....top notch contemporary arts....also, the Cols. Museum of Art is good. Other than that, the only think I can think of dwntwn is the original Wendy's!

RE: RE: Downtown area

by Travmad

Thanks for the tips Ellen. I'll look those up.

RE: Downtown area

by tvdandy

If you are into the nightlife scene, the Arena District is where all the clubs are. For galleries and chic restaurants, the 'Short North' an area which is right down High St is pretty good. But, lucky you, this weekend is Comfest, in Goodale Park, right downtown, this is an excellent festival with 6 stages of live music and performing arts going all day and night this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, it also has a very hippie touch to it, if that is your scene. Good luck.

RE: Downtown area

by TRimer

Depends what you are looking to do. I visit Columbus on average 1x per month and prefer to stay out in Easton- they have wonderful shopping and restaurants. The art museum in Columbus is very nice. I would also check out German Town/Brewery District (High Street).

Travel Tips for Columbus

Ohio State University

by Stephen-KarenConn

Ohio State University is not only the largest school in Ohio, it also has one of the highest enrollments of any university in the United States. OSU is a dominant part of the Columbus community and in all of Ohio, although most people outside of academia know the school best for their football team, the Ohio State Buckeyes, who play their home games in the stadium pictured. Our youngest daughter, Jennifer, attended OSU for five years and graduated with honors, recieving her B.S. and M.S. degrees in physical therapy. The commencement speaker for her graduation was President George W. Bush. In this photo Jennifer is in line to receive her hard earned and much deserved diploma.

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Good seafood in the MIdwest

by Buckmarko about The Ocean Club

This is a Cameron Mitchell restaurant. You can't go wrong with any of his restaurants. The food is fresh and good. It is innovative without being too pricey. The place to go when you hit Easton for some shopping. I almost always get whatever is on special. The calamari appetizer is definitely a hit.

Jeni's Ice cream

by lashr1999 about Jeni's Ice cream

Jeni's Ice cream is home made and uses ingredients, honey and fruits from Ohio's dairy and Ashland County. She makes some interesting flavors like sangria, red zinfandel wine, salty caramel, and goat cheese with raspberries. The last one was my surprise favorite. Easily for me it was the best ice cream in Ohio that I tried. The service here was excellent as well.

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

by Tom_Fields

Probably the most popular attraction in Columbus is the Zoo and Aquarium. It has a dazzling variety of animals from all over. The zoo is divided into sections representing the Americas, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Pacific islands. The Aquarium has a huge variety of sea creatures from all over the world.

In addition to the Zoo, there's a water theme park called Jungle Jack's Landing. It's included in the ticket.

It's open every day of the year, 9:00 to 5:00, and until 6:00 in summer.

These Are My Jewels Memorial

by atufft

Clearly, the Statehouse grounds memorial statues, the most imposing and thematically complex, if not symbolically complicated, is the "These Are My Jewels" statue located on the northwest corner of the property. See the link below for the complete symbolism according to Ohio statehouse historians, but basically, the female statue on top represents Cornelia, an aristocratic woman unadorned by jewels because her sons, Tiberius and Gaius, successful in politics and military, were her "jewels". Similarly proud of it's contribution of distinguished men in war, the figures on the base of this complex combination of granite and bronze statues include the original six Ohio men memorialized on the statue as it stood at the 1893 World Columbia Exposition in Chicago: Generals Ulysses S. Grant, William T. Sherman, James A. Garfield and Phillip Sheridan as well as Treasury Secretary Salmon P. Chase and Lincoln's Secretary of War Edwin Stanton. Another Ohio president, the underachiever Ruther B. Hays, was added later by then Governor William McKinley when the statues were reassembled and rededicated at the present site in Columbus. Later, McKinley himself became perhaps Ohio's greatest contribution to its long list of mostly average American presidental contributions, but his even more eleborate and symbolically complex memorial is elsewhere on the statehouse grounds. I would consider the These Are My Jewels a must see memorial at the Ohio Statehouse.

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Address: 175 Hutchinson Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, 43235, United States