Directions

Crowne Plaza Columbus North – Worthington
6500 Doubletree Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43229

From the North (Cleveland and points east)

  • Take I-71 South towards Columbus. Exit at Dublin-Granville Road (Exit 117, Ohio Route 161) west (right) towards Worthington
  • Turn right onto Busch Blvd. (first major intersection)
  • Turn right onto Kingsmill Parkway (about 1.5 miles)
  • Kingsmill Parkway ends at the Crowne Plaza North. To check in, pull straight into their front parking lot.
  • There is also more free parking at the back of the hotel

From the North (Toledo and points west)

  • Take US-23 South towards Columbus. Exit at I-270 East (towards Gahanna & the airport)
  • Take I-71 South (the very next exit) towards Columbus.
  • Again, take the very next exit, Dublin-Granville Road (Exit 117, Route 161), going west (right) towards Worthington.
  • Turn right onto Busch Blvd. (first major intersection)
  • Turn right onto Kingsmill Parkway (about 1.5 miles)
  • Kingsmill Parkway ends at the Crowne Plaza North. To check in, pull straight into their front parking lot.

From the South

  • Take I-71 North through Columbus. Exit at Dublin-Granville Road (Exit 117, Ohio Route 161) west (left) towards Worthington
  • Turn right onto Busch Blvd. (first major intersection)
  • Turn right onto Kingsmill Parkway (about 1.5 miles)
  • Kingsmill Parkway ends at the Crowne Plaza North. To check in, pull straight into their front parking lot.
  • There is also more free parking at the back of the hotel

From the East

  • Take I-70 to I-270 north on the east side (exit ??)
  • Take I-270 north, then west to I-71
  • Take I-71 South (exit) towards Columbus.
  • Take the very next exit, Dublin-Granville Road (Exit 117, Route 161), going west (right) towards Worthington.
  • Turn right onto Busch Blvd. (first major intersection)
  • Turn right onto Kingsmill Parkway (about x miles)
  • Kingsmill Parkway ends at the Crowne Plaza North. To check in, pull straight into their front parking lot.

Alternatively, you can take I-70 into the downtown area, and then follow the directions from the south. Please note that at rush hour, and when there are large events in town, this area can get very congested.

From the West

  • Take I-70 to I-270 north on the west side (exit ??)
  • Take I-270 north, then east to I-71
  • Take I-71 South (exit) towards Columbus.
  • Take the very next exit, Dublin-Granville Road (Exit 117, Route 161), going west (right) towards Worthington.
  • Turn right onto Busch Blvd. (first major intersection)
  • Turn right onto Kingsmill Parkway (about 1.5 miles)
  • Kingsmill Parkway ends at the Crowne Plaza North. To check in, pull straight into their front parking lot.

Both routes from the west can be congested at times, but once again, taking I-270 around rather than going through downtown is usually the better option.

From John Glenn International Airport (CMH)

  • Take the I-670 East/I-270 ramp from the Airport Terminal spur
  • Take I-270 north, then east to I-71
  • Take I-71 South (exit) towards Columbus.
  • Take the very next exit, Dublin-Granville Road (Exit 117, Route 161), going west (right) towards Worthington.
  • Turn right onto Busch Blvd. (first major intersection)
  • Turn right onto Kingsmill Parkway (about 1.5 miles)
  • Kingsmill Parkway ends at the Crowne Plaza North. To check in, pull straight into their front parking lot.

Super-Secret back way

  • If coming from the north, or taking I-270 around to the north side, you may get off on Cleveland Ave. (One exit east of I-71), and turn north onto Cleveland Avenue. At the first traffic light, turn left onto Schrock Road. Schrock will cross both I-270 and I-71. After crossing I-71, the third left is Doubletree drive, and the hotel is just over a block away.

By spaceship, flying car, dragon, or other aerial transportation not serviced by John Glenn International Airport

  • Anheuser Busch Breweries Columbus is located just north of our hotel, and has acres of open field that may be used for parking alternative flying transportation with prior approval from Anheuser Busch.  Marcon has made no arrangements for these areas, so you are on your own in securing them. Please don’t drink and drive (or fly). Marcon bears no responsibility for vehicles or mounts removed by Clydesdales.

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