Drury Inn & Suites Columbus South
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDrury Inn & Suites Columbus South Grove City
First time staying at a Drury Inn and Suties, but it won't be the last! We got a REAL two room suite for less than the price of a regular room at most other places we've stayed. Included in the price is a hot and cold breakfast with lots of choices, a light dinner with soup, salad, hot dogs and chips, plus 60 minutes of long distance each and every night you stay. Very nice - we will stay again if we have the chance!
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