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    Port Columbus International Airport
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    Port Columbus International Airport: 4600 International Gateway, Columbus, OH 43219

Columbus AirportWelcome to Columbus Airport, also known as Port Columbus International Airport. Airport Hotel Guide offers a variety of accommodations and hotel reservation services at over 36 hotels near Columbus Airport. Looking for an inexpensive airport hotel? Try the Days Inn Columbus Airport. Looking for something with a few more amenities? Try the Crowne Plaza Columbus Downtown. Whatever you are looking for, we can help you find the right airport hotel for your needs. We offer discounts on Columbus Airport hotels, parking / hotel packages, and Columbus rental cars. Located only 6 miles from downtown Columbus, the airport offers a convenient way to get you where you need to go. Thank you for choosing Airport Hotel Guide for your hotel reservation needs.

Preferred Hotels

      • HI Express Columbus
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    • Holiday Inn Express Columbus

      3 miles from Port Columbus International Airport (CMH)

      The Holiday Inn Express Columbus is found just 3 miles from Port Columbus International Airport, plus it offers complimentary transportation back and forth for guests. And other amenities are offered, like an indoor pool, a business center, a fitness center, Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, a business-meeting room, and complimentary breakfast each day.
      • Candlewood Suites Columbus Airport
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    • Candlewood Suites Columbus Airport

      3 miles from Port Columbus International Airport (CMH)

      Just off of Interstate 270 in Columbus, Ohio is the Candlewood Suites Columbus Airport Hotel. 3 miles from Port Columbus International Airport, this hotel provides guests with free high-speed Internet, business services, a health and fitness center, and event facilities. The Candlewood Cupboard provides food items of all kinds for low prices on-site.
      • Hampton Inn Columbus-Airport
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    • Hampton Inn Columbus-Airport

      0.1 miles from Port Columbus International Airport (CMH)

      Located at Columbus International Airport, this hotel is 8 miles from downtown and includes access to bowling and miniature golf. It features a gym, c...read more.
      • Hilton Garden Inn Columbus Airport
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    • Hilton Garden Inn Columbus Airport

      0.2 miles from Port Columbus International Airport (CMH)

      Situated in the Port Columbus International Airport complex and seconds from the main terminals, this hotel features many free amenities, including 24...read more.

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About Port Columbus International Airport

Port Columbus International Airport, commonly shortened to Port Columbus, has 151 nonstop flights to 34 airports on 15 airlines. There are 17 daily flights to Chicago and 20 flights to New York City. Located 6 miles east of downtown Columbus, Ohio, CMH is the largest passenger airport in central Ohio and is the second-busiest in the state after Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. It has three terminals, Concourse A, B and C, where flyers can enjoy a selection of above-average eateries and even a brewery. There is also community artwork and children's drawings, and many travelers might recognize "Brushstrokes in Flight," a sculpture in front of Concourse B security checkpoint designed by Roy Lichtenstein.

Once you fly into Columbus, set your bags down in one of the cozy hotels near Columbus airport. Looking for a cost-effective hotel? Try the Days Inn Columbus Airport, a pet-friendly hotel that is only 10 miles from downtown Columbus. The hotel offers a continental breakfast as well as meeting rooms for business travelers. Among the preferred hotels, Holiday Inn Express Columbus features complimentary transportation back and forth from the airport and includes amenities such as an indoor pool, fitness center and a business center. Candlewood Suites Columbus Airport makes for another popular place to stay, located just off Interstate 270 and the on-site Candlewood Cupboard that provides all types of food.

Collage of areas around Columbus

Welcome to Columbus

As the capital of Ohio, Columbus is the largest city in the state. Columbus was ranked as one of the "50 Best Cities in America" by Businessweek in 2012. In the last five years, Columbus has fostered business growth, earning a grade "A" for the "Best U.S. Cities for Business 2013" and making it a key Midwest destination for business travelers. It's even been considered the San Francisco of the Midwest, featuring top centers for the arts and museums galore. The Ohio capital is a consistent winner of the most intelligent cities in the world award by The Intelligent Communities Form, and is home to Ohio State University. With about 822,000 residents - right behind San Francisco - Columbus is the 15th largest city in the U.S, so you can bet big-city attractions follow.

Getting around Columbus is not difficult if you know what resources to use. There are a few main highways that run through the city: Interstate 70, which runs east and west, Interstate 71 and State Route 315, that head north-south. The public transportation system in Columbus is the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA), which brings visitors to dozens of stops throughout the city, from downtown to Ohio State University stadium to the University City Shopping Center.

Best Things to Do in Columbus

A night view of downtown ColumbusColumbus offers a wide array of attractions. Go gallery shopping in the Short North Arts District, acclaimed for its public art, historic architecture and green spaces, before grabbing a bite to eat at the North Market, complete with a number of ethnic restaurants and ice cream parlors. German Village is known for historic buildings and beautifully restored homes, and Easton Town Center is a main shopping destination that pioneered the "Lifestyle Center." To soak in some of Columbus's art and botanical gardens, many visitors enjoy a tour of the Franklin Park Conservatory and the Columbus Museum of Art. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, located about 20 miles north of downtown, is well worth the drive, especially if you are traveling with little ones.

Throughout the entire city there are more than 250 bars and 1,650 restaurants, so even the pickiest of palates will find something they like. Some of the best bars can be found in the Arena District, and if you visit during the winter hockey season, you can grab a drink before catching a Blue Jackets game at Nationwide Arena. Since Columbus is home to Ohio State University campus - one of the largest universities in the country, you'll likely be spending some time strolling through the commercial strip, full of its fair share of non-students and visitors.