Sheraton Columbus, Capitol Square completes $9.5M renovation

Driftwood Hospitality Management completed its largest renovation to-date, a $9.5 million top-to-bottom overhaul of the Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square in downtown Columbus, Ohio. The completion of this renovation program is part of Driftwood’s footprint in the expanding Downtown Columbus area.

The property has over 400 guestrooms and suites, all with Internet access, an LCD flat screen TV with cable channels, and Shine Spa for Sheraton bath products. For dining, available are: American meals at The Plaza Restaurant, and a selection of drinks at its wine bar and lounge. The property also has boardrooms and ballrooms totaling 16,500 square feet, with wireless Internet access and audiovisual equipment.

The multi-million dollar, top-to-bottom renovation brought upgrades to all interior spaces of the hotel, as well as a new flag under the Starwood brand. The 403-room property now includes all of the Sheraton brand’s signature offerings, including the Sweet Sleeper Bed, Club Lounge, [email protected] experienced with Microsoft, and Sheraton Fitness programmed by Core Performance.


The Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square is also home to the Starbucks Capitol Square, one of the top-selling Starbucks in the region.

Based in North Palm Beach, Fla., Driftwood Hospitality Management provides solutions-based services for the domestic and international hotel industry. Driftwood has management experience and relationships with most major brands, including Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Hilton Worldwide, InterContinental Hotels Group, Carlson, Choice Hotels International and Wyndham Worldwide. With offices in Costa Rica, Scottsdale, Ariz. and Miami, Fla., the company and its hotels have received more than 20 industry awards in the past three years.

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