The stunning Hotel LeVeque, an Autograph Collection Hotel located Columbus’ historic LeVeque Tower, today announced a getaway package that helps travelers experience the city’s incredible holiday lights and shopping, with special emphasis on locally crafted gifts and goodies you can find only in Columbus. Throughout the holidays the soaring Art Deco façade of LeVeque Tower is bathed in red and green lights and holiday décor. Reservations and complete Hotel LeVeque information are available at HotelLeVequeColumbus.com.
- A deluxe guestroom with a spectacular view of the city’s glittering riverfront, bedecked in holiday finery and 250,000 lights
- Two-hour guided tour of Columbus holiday lights, led by the gifted guides at Columbus City Adventures, featuring Holiday Lights on the Scioto Mile, Festival of Lights at Columbus Commons and the beloved Christmas Corner tradition, a life-sized Nativity display with live holiday music (Guided tour available Thursdays and Saturdays Nov. 30 through Jan. 1.)
- A holiday shopping guide, featuring the Made in CBus Trail with more than a dozen stops offering locally crafted gifts (Visit just four stops for a complimentary Made in CBus T-shirt)
- A goodie bag packed with all you need wrapping the gifts you purchased on the trail
- Hot cocoa for two
- Breakfast for two at Hotel LeVeque’s esteemed restaurant, The Keep
- Turndown service with starlight planetarium room lighting
Owned and operated by Rosemont, Ill.-based First Hospitality Group, Inc., Hotel LeVeque opened to stellar reviews in March 2017 with 149 guest rooms and suites in the historic LeVeque Tower at 50 E. Broad St. in the heart of downtown in Ohio's capital city. An Autograph Collection property, Hotel LeVeque is part of Marriott International's boutique collection of hotels, each of which is carefully selected for its quality, bold originality, rich character and uncommon details that embody a truly unique sense of place. Originally built in 1927 as the American Insurance Union Citadel, the LeVeque Tower was architect Charles Howard Crane’s masterpiece and at the time was the tallest skyscraper between New York City and Chicago and the fifth tallest building in the world. Once home to the graceful Deshler Wallick Hotel, it became known as the LeVeque Tower. The LeVeque Tower's remarkable art deco architecture remains the city's most recognizable and most photographed and revered architectural treasures. Illuminating the city’s night skyline as a soaring tower bathed in light, the LeVeque’s beauty has been carefully preserved.