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Marriott Completes Conversion of Columbus Adam’s Mark

Marriott International announced
today that The Columbus Hotel has been converted to its Renaissance Hotels
& Resorts brand. The former Adam’s Mark property in Columbus, Ohio, has
been renamed The Columbus, A Renaissance Hotel. The 415- room hotel, which
is located at 50 North Third Street, is owned by Terrapin Columbus, LLC
and managed by Marriott International’s Renaissance Hotels & Resorts
brand. Situated within a few blocks of the Greater Columbus Convention
Center and State Capitol, the hotel offers 33,500 square feet of meeting
space, including an 11,700-square-foot ballroom.
Initial renovations have been made to the hotel’s lobby, lounge and
ballroom, and a new bedding package is featured in all of the guest rooms.
More extensive renovations throughout the hotel will begin later this
year. The hotel will remain open during the ongoing renovation.

Renaissance Hotels & Resorts is an upscale, distinctive full-service hotel
brand designed to enhance the enjoyment of its guests. Renaissance guests
can expect stylish environments, crisp and attentive service, and
contemporary restaurants that feature well-defined, quality dining
experiences at more than 125 properties worldwide.

For more information or reservations, contact The Columbus, A Renaissance
Hotel directly at (614) 228-5050, call the Marriott Worldwide Reservations
Center at (800) 228-9290, or visit Renaissance Hotels &
Resorts participates in the company’s award-winning Marriott Rewards(R)
frequent guest program, which with 20 million members is the world’s
largest frequent stay program. Members can earn points toward free
vacations or frequent flyer miles in their preferred airline program at
more than 2,400 Marriott hotels worldwide.