Commonwealth Hotels Adds Courtyard by Marriott Columbus-Dublin to Management Portfolio

USA, Covington, Kentucky. August 22, 2019

Commonwealth Hotels added the Courtyard Columbus-Dublin to their portfolio, effective June 14, 2019. This brings the hotel management company's nationwide portfolio to 48 properties with over 5,500 rooms.

"We are thrilled to add another Courtyard to the portfolio while entering the Columbus market," said Brian Fry, President of Commonwealth Hotels. "The on-property associates have been incredibly receptive to their new management - we are looking forward to supporting them as they continue to deliver world class service with midwestern charm."

The property is located within five miles of the Muirfield Village Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus-designed course that is the home of the Memorial Tournament, a yearly PGA event. It is also 17.5 miles from downtown Columbus, making it one of the most accessible locations in the Columbus market. The Columbus Zoo, Ohio Stadium, MAPFRE Stadium and various other golf courses all fall within 12-miles of the hotel.

Built to host medium-sized groups, the Courtyard Columbus-Dublin has 147-rooms and suites all designed for the modern-day traveler. The three meeting rooms include over 1,200 square feet of space, making it a prime property for weddings and other special events. A full fitness center, free Wi-Fi and indoor pool provide guests with every essential to ensure they have a positive experience.

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