Sheraton Suites Columbus
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Suites Columbus
Absolutely the best!
Every memorial day weekend we attend a "clogging" workshop in Colulmbus/Worthington area. Our "host" hotel,where the actual workshop takes place, is right next to the Sheraton Suites. We had major problems with the "host" hotel about 4 years ago so we moved out mid-day into the Sheraton. What a difference! The suites are beautiful, the service fantastic. We now stay there every time we go to Columbus,and this year we're bringing two of our grown daughters with us,so we'll be using 2 suites. It's gotten to the point where we're not sure if we go there for the workshop or just as an excuse to stay in the Sheraton.
The Best Place In Columbus!
My husband and I stayed here 5 times and we love it!
The hotel is beautiful with nice wood furniture used.
The staff was very helpful and nice. The suites are large
enough for 3 people to be very confortable in. Two televisions one in the living room and one in the bedroom which is great. A refrigerator and wet bar are also included. The king bed is heaven with the best sheets and featherbed comforter I sleep wonderful here.
The bathroom is big very nice with a gold brass makeup mirror included. The restaurants surround this area with upscale nice restaurants and a movie theater. For breakfast we always eat at bob evans which is very close. The pool is nice but sometimes we find that the hot tub is not working alot and do not eat at the hotel restaurant the prices are so so expensive. But everything else is wonderful.
Best Hotel Bed I have ever slept in
We were quite impressed with this hotel. The front desk staff always called us by name. When we had questions, they were answered immediately. The room was very nice and the beds were very comfortable. I believe this is a trade mark of Sheraton Hotels.
The facilities were great. Having warm weather, we were able to swim in both the outside and inside pools. The location of this hotel is close to major highways and there are many restaurants in the area. The next time we visit the area we will be staying at this hotel for sure.
Comfy rooms but some inconveniences
I have stayed at this hotel a few times and find it comfortable and convenient. The positives are the large fridge, fully-equipped bathroom, additional phone & tv in bedroom, and the french doors separating the livingroom from the bedroom. Parking is free in the large lot. You can even walk across the street to several restaurants, coffee place and IMAX theatre. The staff is pleasant and laid back. I've never seen a valet person or bellhop during my visits. The negatives are the nearby train tracks & major interstate highway, stains on the furniture & carpet, non-working ice/vending machines (at many Sheratons I've stayed at), and burnt out light bulbs.
Upon entering my room during the last visit, it looked like a tornado ripped through it. Apparently someone had been "living" there and hadn't checked out yet or it simply hadn't been cleaned. I called down to the desk and was instructed to come back down to get another key. No apologies, just "That room should've been cleaned two days ago." In my opinion, they should've brought the new key up to me and helped carry my luggage to the new room.
Be careful walking by the pool to get to the fitness room. It's very close to the edge and very slippery! You may also have to wait to use some of the equipment.
I have never eaten in the diningroom because it always appears closed in the evenings. I've seen folks eating breakfast here in the mornings. The bar area seems to have more of a sports bar atmosphere to it with a loud tv. The gift shop is tiny, simply an extension of the front desk. Very limited selection of necessities and food/beverage items. I'd advise stocking up beforehand at the Kroger grocery store at Worthington Mall. Just a short drive across the highway, on the right.
Overall, a clean, comfortable hotel. The cozy, dark bedroom area makes you hit the snooze button over and over. It's like a cocoon.
If you require a hotel where you depend on proactive service from staff, go elsewhere.
Quite a surprise
Up till now my wife's and mine experience with online bookings have been so-so. Not so with Sheraton Suites. The room was extremely clean. My wife does housekeeping so she should know. The staff was very helpful. Would definately stay there again and recommend it to friends.
First Class Hotel @ Staff
Family of 4, stayed April23rd thru 25th, found great internet rate, key level room with breakfast. This hotel was first class, very clean, very professionally operated. All employees made us feel as though we were in a 5 star hotel. The hotels food was excellant, and there are many good restaurants within 2 blocks . The room was spacious and very clean and the beds truly are heavenly. The staff was personal and professional beyond expectations. The pool and jaccuzi further added to the comfort level. I highly recommend this Sheraton Suites.
New Years Eve Stay at Sheraton
Our family of four stayed at the Sheraton Suites for two nights on December 30, 31 2003. The hotel was very clean and the staff were very friendly. The kids really enjoyed the pool and hot tub and we adults also used the workout facilities, (small, but had enough equipment for a mini workout). The room was nice, but smaller than I had expected for a suite. The king size bed was wonderful and kids enjoyed playing video games in their separate area while sleeping on the foldout sofa. Would stay again, but with a family, may consider getting two rooms since we were a little short on space.
Relax in style
I love this place. I book it every time I am back in Columbus
Nice, big suites. Nice indoor pool.
I had the pleasure to stay at the Sheraton Suites in Columbus Ohio last month--when I say pleasure, I truly mean it. I was greeted at the front desk by Chris--his customer service skills just shine! He told me about the new service promise the hotel has--it ensures a great stay or the guest can receive some sort of gift or money back. This just told me that the hotel truly cares for the guest's happiness. I was visiting Columbus for a business meeting I was having--I stayed for 3 nights. I received great service in the Grill from the server, I believe his name was Marvin or Martin, I'm not sure which one. I called housekeeping to request some extra amenities (shampoo, coffee, etc.) and spoke with Michelle--more great customer service. The person that delivered my things, Juan, was very helpful (I asked him if it was possible that I have a microwave). I received the microwave within 5 minutes! Upon checkout, Alex at the front desk greeted me by name as I approached the desk--wow! I look forward to returning again soon to this property--I would give the hotel 6 stars if I could!
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