|Hyatt Regency Columbus (Headquarter Hotel)||$218||$218|
|Hilton Columbus Downtown (Headquarter Hotel)||$235||$235|
|Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Columbus||$189||$189|
|Sonesta Columbus Downtown||$218||$218|
|Hampton Inn and Suites||$189||$199|
|AC Hotel Columbus Downtown||$220||$220|
|Drury Inn & Suites Columbus||$184||$184|
|Doubletree Suites by Hilton Columbus||$220||$220|
|Residence Inn Columbus||$179||$179|
All hotel reservations for AHIMA22 Global Conference should be made during the registration process through Maritz, AHIMA’s official housing and registration provider. Registrants will receive an email confirmation once your hotel reservation has been confirmed. A credit card will be required to hold your guest room reservation during the Maritz booking process. This will be noted as CCG (credit card guarantee) during the check-out process.
If you would like to reserve hotel rooms after you have registered for the conference, you must return to your Maritz registration dashboard to complete your hotel reservation, or email email@example.com. To access your registration dashboard click, click here. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have regarding hotel reservations booked through Maritz.*Secure your hotel today. Room blocks will fill up quickly!
Columbus is located within 550 miles of nearly half the nation’s population—that’s just a one-hour flight or a one-day drive—perfect for attendees who are looking to save on travel expenses for their next meeting. In addition, the John Glenn Columbus International Airport is a quick 10-minute drive from downtown.
With the central location and ease of access, you’ll be in Columbus in no time!
Express bus service runs between John Glenn International Airport, the Greater Columbus Convention Center and downtown hotels. The connector stops at baggage claim every 30 minutes and only costs $2.75 each way.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) operates bus service in Columbus. The CBUS is a free downtown circulator that runes every 10-15 minutes from the Short North Arts District in the north, to the Brewery District/German Village in the south, with spots at many popular downtown locations along the way.
You can also use alternative transportation services such as Lime, Spin, Uber, Lyft and CoGo (bike-sharing) to get around the city. Experience Columbus has curated a full guide on ways to get around Columbus by bus, scooter, bike and car.