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Destination Grandview featured by Small Market Meetings

Destination Grandview was recently featured by Small Market Meetings, America’s only magazine dedicated to smaller meeting destinations and sites. Check out an excerpt from the article below and read the full article from SmallMarketMeetings.com

The Grandview Yard development is home to The Grand Event Center and two adjacent hotels, Courtyard by Marriott Columbus/OSU and Hyatt Place Columbus/OSU, each with their own meeting spaces. Professional, elegant and inviting, The Grand Event Center is a captivating space that brings desired amenities, functionality, and modern style to one of Columbus’ most vibrant areas for an experience unlike any other in Central Ohio. The Grand’s experienced staff along with a personal event planner and Executive Chef will handle every detail of your event so you can relax and enjoy. Neighboring Hofbrauhaus Restaurant and German Bier Hall, modeled after the legendary 400+ year-old Hofbräuhaus in Munich, Germany and Eddie George’s Grille 27 a stylish spot, named after the Ohio State football star, are also both located in Grandview Yard. Each offer meeting space perfect for a variety of event types.

Just 5 minutes from Grandview Yard peruse along the walkable stretches of Grandview Avenue and West 5th Avenue where your group will find everything from high-end shops to a collection of home décor stores and consignment shops offering something for everyone.

Groups interested in a more hands-on approach to their shopping should schedule their next outing at The Candle Lab Grandview, where each person can blend their own custom scented candle from 100+ fragrance oils, Glenn Avenue Soap Company where groups can enjoy experiential tours and learn the art of aromatherapy and soapmaking while making their own bar of soap, or at The Smithery: artist made goods, which allows individuals to create their own charm, necklace, pet tag, and keychains while learning the craft of metal stamping.

Read the full article from Small Market Meetings

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