Upper Arlington

Hotels in Upper Arlington, Ohio, US

Name: Upper Arlington
Region: Ohio
Country: United States
Population: 33 771 inh.

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Knights Inn - Hilliard
Review Score 7.6
3950 Parkway Lane, Hilliard
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USD 50
Extend-a-Suites Columbus - Ohio St. University
Review Score 6
887 Morse Rd, Columbus
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USD 54
Knights Inn Columbus/Franklinton
Review Score 5.2
1559 West Broad Street, Columbus
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USD 55
Motel 6 Columbus, OH
Review Score 4.9
1551 West Broad Street, Columbus
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USD 56
Motel 6 Columbus OSU
Review Score 7.7
3246 Olentangy River Rd, University District, Columbus
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USD 60
Motel 6 Columbus West
Review Score 7.5
1309 Saint James Lutheran Lane, Columbus
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USD 60
Econo Lodge Columbus
Review Score 6.5
920 Wilson Road at I-70, Columbus
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USD 62
The Wayfaring Buckeye Hostel
Review Score 8.6
2407 Indiana Avenue, University District, Columbus
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USD 64
Days Inn by Wyndham Columbus Fairgrounds
Review Score 6
1700 Clara Street, Columbus
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USD 69
Red Roof Inn Columbus West - Hilliard
Review Score 8.2
5001 Renner Road, New Rome
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USD 70

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Hotels & Apartments in Upper Arlington City Center >>>
  • 1. Homewood Columbus/Osu (Lane Ave) Oh, dist. 1.6km
  • 2. Homewood Suites By Hilton ColumbusOsu Oh, dist. 1.6km
  • 3. Homewood Columbus Osu, dist. 1.7km
  • 4. Varsity Inn, dist. 3.2km
  • 5. Springhill Suites Columbus Osu, dist. 3.2km
  • 6. Econo Lodge Columbus, dist. 4km
  • 7. The Blackwell, dist. 4.1km
  • 8. Red Roof Inn Columbus Oh St Uni, dist. 4.1km
  • 9. Holiday Inn Express & Suites C, dist. 4.4km
  • 10. Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Columbus Univ Area Osu, dist. 4.4km
  • 11. Fairfield Columbus Osu, dist. 4.5km
  • 12. University Plaza Htl And Conf, dist. 4.5km
  • 13. Hilton Garden Inn Columbus Un, dist. 4.6km
  • 14. Baymont Inn Columbus/OSU, dist. 4.6km
  • 15. Varsity Inn Osu North, dist. 4.6km
  • 16. Hilton Garden Inn Columbus-University Area, dist. 4.6km
  • 17. Hampton Inn And Suites Columbus University Area, dist. 4.7km
  • 18. Hampton Inn & Suite Columbus University Area, dist. 4.7km
  • 19. Rodeway Inn Downtown, dist. 4.7km
  • 20. Knights Inn Downtown Columbus, dist. 4.8km
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More about Upper Arlington, United States
    City name: Upper Arlington
    Toponym name: Upper Arlington
    ASCII name: Upper Arlington
    Administrative type: populated place
    Administrative division level 3:
    Administrative division level 2: Franklin County 049
    Administrative division level 1: Ohio OH
    Country: United States
    Country code: US
    Continent code: NA
    Timezone: GMT -5 America/New_York
    Latitude: 39.99451
    Longitude: -83.06241
    Post code:
    Airport IATA:
    Population: 33771 inh.

    Alternative names for Upper Arlington, Ohio, United States:

    ar: أوبير أرلينغتون، أوهايو, fa: اپر ارلینگتون، اوهایو, kk: Аппа Арлингтон, sr: Апер Арлингтон,

Upper Arlington, United States Reviews & Notes
    "For years I've referred to the burial mound by the quarry as just "The Indian Mound" but when we were out on a scooter ride this afternoon and stopped to visit it, I found out that it has a different name. I'm not so sure I'm a big fan of the name, though. The Adena people were some of Ohio's first known settlers, living here sometime between 1000 BC and 700 AD. They were hunters, gatherers, traders and farmers who built large effigy and burial mounds. Wikipedia says that "The Adena culture refers to what were probably a number of related Native American societies sharing a burial complex and ceremonial system." There used to be hundreds of burial sites across the Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York region, but only few remain today. Thousands of years later, in 1929, the daughter of Governor James Campbell "donated" the land to the Ohio Historical Society, and the mound was dedicated to his memory (interesting that they didn't dedicate it...I don't know...to the Adena people?) It's called Shrum Mound because the family who owned the land for generations before the Campbell family did...was named Shrum. Seems chumpy to me."

    "First note has to be a blown out photograph of coffee, right? Except this is a chai latte. Crud, I can’t do anything right. Pretty tasty though"

    "I have a friend who was an airline attendant. She was routinely amused that part of her job was to thank others for giving her their trash. "Here" (drop cup in the bag) ...."Thank you." One of the people I respect and enjoy the most in my office building is our housekeeper. I always give her the space she needs to do her job....because my office is static, but she has isht to do elsewhere. I went in to use the washroom this morning and she was coming out. I hadn't realized she was in there and told her I'd just go downstairs, but she said she was finished. "You're sure? I don't want to interrupt your work, this is your space....and there are plenty I can use on other floors." (We have 14 floors of toilets, it'd be quite easy.) She insisted it was okay, but told me a story: "Yesterday I was working on another floor, cleaning their bathroom. A woman came in and asked if I'd wait outside, so she could use it." I was appalled. My currency is college students and their problems. Because of where they are in their development, their problems are the biggest, the most important. They ARE at the center of their universe. For those of us who work with them, this is either a quality that can rub off on us...or it can make us highly attuned to see it in others. My job is a lesson in reminding others that they're not the only ones who exist. I hope the work that I do invites others to do the same."

    "With the shortened summer (10 wks) due to our switch from quarters to semesters, all of the campus tidying projects are at full-tilt even before the students have finished their final exams. Today they were pulling up the turf on the marching band's practice field. I felt awkward, standing there...watching it. Like they were slowly disrobing the Drum Major right in front of me. I had to look away."

    "My experience at Ohio State will never be topped by any other place or any other amount of time. I received a full scholarship to OSU based on my identity as Appalachian (a minority), first-generation status, ACT score, grades, and extracurricular activities. This scholarship allowed me to graduate with my bachelor's degree in May 2014 completely debt free, and to learn so much in and out of the classroom that helped me create my identity. I tagged myself at the Shoe (our football stadium), because not only did I spend every Saturday home game here during my undergraduate years (except for the 2011 season, all of us Buckeye fans try to forget that season ever happened), but some of my best memories were made at tailgates, during games, or on the nights after games. The whole city of Columbus obviously provided me with memories and a wonderful college experience and literally gave me a new view on life. Football will always be something for me to return to and connect with at OSU, and the Shoe is a sacred haven for us Buckeyes."

    "In October 2012 the Ohio State University Marching Band performed this videogame-themed show during halftime. You really have to just watch it for yourself."

    "I was walking to a meeting in the medical school when two (obviously 1st year) Med students got in-step behind me. "I looked it up last night, I was right." "About what?" "Rigor mortis - it only sets in after you die." "How long?" "A few hours." "So that doesn't explain the stiffness I feel after (**insertnameofprofessor**)'s lectures." "No, not unless you're dead. That's just being 'bored stiff.'" "Interesting, but not very medical.""