Ohio Union at The Ohio State University
1739 N. High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43210, USA
2110 Tuttle Park Pl., Columbus, OH 43210
Group rate: $159 per night, plus tax
The Blackwell Inn, located on the campus of The Ohio State University, is your upscale choice when staying in Columbus. The group rate is $159, plus tax and valet parking, per evening for a room with either a king bed or two queen beds (indicate your preference upon booking). Reservation requests must be made by the housing deadline to receive this rate. If you are requesting a reservation after this date, please contact the hotel directly for availability, toll-free at 866-247-4003.
The Blackwell Inn has the following onsite dining options: Bistro 2110, our full-service restaurant featuring breakfast and lunch buffet as well as our full menu; Lobby Lounge, featuring a limited menu and hand-crafted cocktails; and in-room dining service, available from 6: 30 a.m. until midnight. The hotel also offers complimentary local transportation within a three-mile radius of the hotel. Transportation reservations are encouraged; please contact the concierge at 614-247-4000. Please note, it is on a first come, first serve basis for availability. Valet parking is available for all guests and attendees; overnight rates are $25 and may be applied to your room. We look forward to welcoming you to The Ohio State University and to Columbus, Ohio!
750 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43215
Group Rate: $149 per night, plus tax
Located in the heart of the Short North Arts District, Graduate Columbus is surrounded by dozens of shops, galleries, and restaurants, and is convenient to The Ohio State University campus. Settle into our warm, tailored spaces, where plaids in scarlet and gray mingle with punchy pops of color. The Graduate is pet-friendly and offers unexpected amenities such as a cafe, complimentary bicycle rental, valet parking, and a 24-hour fitness center with a Peloton bike and free weights.
350 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43215
Group Rate: $147 per night, plus tax
Stay in one of 633 stylish rooms, including 18 suites, in downtown Columbus with contemporary conveniences including sleek granite-top workstations and Portico bath features. Choose a deluxe room for impressive views of the Columbus skyline, the Arena District, or the Short North Arts District, or stay in a suite with a conference table, perfect for small meetings. The hotel's amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, laundry service, on-site restaurant and business services.
There are a variety of facilities and services on campus of The Ohio State University, including cafes and bistros, sporting venues, libraries, special collections, and art and theater venues. For more information, contact the summer conference housing office.
The edge of OSU’s campus is marked by High Street. Choose from a variety of restaurants along it or walk down it to “the art and soul of Columbus”—the Short North Arts District. The distinctive lighted arches over High Street add charm and character to this creative neighborhood filled with art galleries, local boutiques and hip restaurants and bars. The recently opened Pizzuti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art features rotating exhibitions of modern works. Accessible via CoGo Bike Share, the free CBUS downtown circulator, several local and express bus lines and best explored on foot, the neighborhood stretches a mile and a half along High Street from Nationwide Boulevard to King Avenue.
Information on parking at the Ohio Union at The Ohio State University can be found at osu.campusparc.com.
John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) is 9.4 miles away from The Ohio State University’s campus. AirConnect is the best option for guests getting to and from High Street and John Glenn International Airport. The cost is $2.75 per trip. Guests staying at The Graduate and Hyatt Regency will want to use AirConnect (bus stop #8136).
Other transportation options to and from the airport include taxis, COTA, charter bus, Uber and Lyft:
Once on campus, you can make use of CABS, the campus area bus service, to get from one end of the campus to another.
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