DUBLIN, OHIO - Hotel Equities announced the grand opening of the DoubleTree by Hilton Columbus Dublin, owned by Witness Investment and managed by Hotel Equities. The 174-room hotel will bring new dining, event, and meeting opportunities to the heart of Dublin’s Metro Center.
DoubleTree by Hilton Columbus Dublin is located off I-270 and US Route 33, just a short drive from historic Downtown Dublin, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Ohio State University, Muirfield Village Golf Club, and dozens of shopping and dining options.
“As we continue to grow with our strategic partners with Witness Investment, we are thrilled to add yet another hotel to our Midwest portfolio. DoubleTree Dublin expands our reach in a fantastic market and will create jobs in this vibrant market," said Joe Reardon, Chief Development Officer of Hotel Equities. “This hotel will augment the growth of businesses in Dublin’s Metro Center and will draw both locals and travelers to the area.”
The hotel’s restaurant, Fáilte, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and features a delightful menu offering a modern approach to classic comfort foods. The menu includes small plates, shareables, and entrees made from the finest, freshest ingredients. Sláinte, the lobby bar, offers light snacks, entrees, and an array of draft and bottled beers, varietal wines by the glass or bottle, and handcrafted cocktails.
With just over 4,00 square feet of event space, DoubleTree by Hilton Columbus Dublin is an exciting new venue for weddings, business meetings, and other special events.
- A complimentary 24/7 state-of-the-art Fitness Center
- Business Center open 24/7
- Indoor Pool
- Outdoor Patio
- Room Service
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Free parking
Joseph Jones, Jr. serves as the hotel general manager says, “Guests are sure to enjoy a relaxing stay at the DoubleTree with its multitude of amenities,” said Joe Viglietta, Senior Vice President of Operations, Hotel Equities. “Located so close to Downtown Dublin, the hotel is in close proximity to many different restaurants and entertainment venues for visitors to explore.”