The stylish Hotel LeVeque, an Autograph Collection Hotel with stunning views of Columbus’ riverfront, today announced a getaway package that allows travelers to truly feel like royalty. The just-launched “Star Treatment Package” offers guests a one-of-a-kind, VIP experience, that’s exactly like nothing else. The package includes prime, river-view accommodations, a private dinner for two prepared by a local chef and an in-room couple’s massage. A glamorous night on the town ends with a romantic helicopter ride with scenic views from high above the city. Reservations and complete Hotel LeVeque information are available at www.HotelLeVequeColumbus.com.
- A deluxe guestroom with a spectacular view of the city’s riverfront
- An in-room telescope with constellation guide for unparalleled stargazing
- Couple's massage at a local spa with bottle of chilled champagne
- Evening helicopter ride, including a flight over artist James Turrell's celebrated multi-hued lighted art installation at the Franklin Park Conservatory
- Chauffeured ride through downtown Columbus' riverfront featuring stops on the guests’ choice of the Columbus Coffee Trail, the Columbus Ale Trail or the Made in CBus Trail
- Dinner for two at the Chef’s Table in The Keep restaurant, including a bottle of wine (up to $50 wine value)
- Prohibition-style nightcap in The Keep Bar
- Turndown service with starlight planetarium room lighting and your choice of handcrafted sweet or savory treats for two
The Star Treatment package starts at $2,099 per night. Due to its exclusive nature and its specialty amenities, reservations for The Star Treatment must be made two weeks in advance.
Hotel LeVeque opened to stellar reviews in March 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. Details and reservations can be found at HotelLeVequeColumbus.com.
Originally built in 1927 as the American Insurance Union Citadel, the LeVeque Tower was architect Charles Howard Crane’s masterpiece. At the time, the LeVeque Tower was the tallest skyscraper between New York City and Chicago, and the fifth tallest building in the world. It was home to the graceful Deshler Wallick Hotel. It later became known as the Lincoln LeVeque Tower, then simply the LeVeque Tower, after its purchase in 1945. The LeVeque Tower's remarkable art deco architecture remains the city's most recognizable feature and is among Columbus' most photographed and revered architectural treasures. Illuminating the night skyline as a soaring tower bathed in light, its architectural beauty is carefully preserved and highlighted in elegant design by Columbus-based Schooley Caldwell architects.