Hilton Columbus At Easton
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Wonderful staff, very friendly and helpful. The shuttle driver gave me the impression he loved his job. The Hotel is very comfortable and right on the edge of Easton shopping centre. Comfortable bed and big bathroom. There was a little noise from others staying there just after 11, but that didn't dampen my experience.
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