Why it’s worth traveling for?
Roaring Twenties meets the 21st century.
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– General Manager, Geri Lombard
Hotel Highlights: Housed in the 1927 art deco skyscraper, LeVeque tower, Hotel LeVeque is a shining star in the Columbus skyline overlooking the Scioto River. Blending old-world grandeur with modern luxury, original architecture, and opulent vintage touches include gilt mirrors, railings etched in geometric motifs, and the dazzling tubular crystal chandelier in the lobby, making this property a showstopper. Add to that the hotel embraces its starry reputation, every room is equipped with a telescope and as part of the nightly turn-down stars are projected onto the ceiling so you can literally stargaze from your upscale room and suite, while also enjoying stunning views of the riverside park.
Eat + Drink: The Keep Kitchen & The Liquor Bar is the cultural and culinary heart of the hotel. A chef-driven, modern American come French brasserie and art deco cocktail bar, the décor honors LeVeque’s Roaring Twenties past with its warm rustic vibe and statement lighting. Chef Courtney Nielson utilizes local and regional ingredients to refresh beloved classic dishes like short rib mushroom Ragu, delicious burgers, and steak frites. Be sure to try the charcuterie board for a starter and finish with apple and cinnamon cream cake. Hotel LeVeque also has an On-Site Starbucks.
Beauty + Wellness: If the Peloton urge strikes, the hotel is renowned for its state of the art fitness center with high-tech cardio equipment and weights. You can also get your hair and beauty fix at the onsite Tower Salon. Or simply enjoy all the designer beauty products in your luxe marble bathroom with a rainforest shower.
Curated Experience: The hotel’s enviable location in burgeoning downtown Columbus is a gateway to explore the many landmarks, buzzy nightlife, and chic boutiques. The hotel has a curated list of experiences and these are the must-sees: Short North, North Market, Franklin Park Conservatory, and Uptown Columbus District for fine dining and late-night cocktails. If you’re keen to see more of Ohio, it’s also worth visiting Cleveland if not for their Brewery tour.