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2055 Corvair Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43207 (614) 633-5259 firefighters4Provides free furniture to central Ohio residents struggling to furnish their homes as a result of economic and other significant life challenges.
No one answered the phone when I called for room service; I called the front desk and was transferred to the restaurant. I called 90 minutes later and was told they had lost my room number. The bed was clean and comfortable, and the staff was friendly. 2019-07-13""The rates were affordable, but the hotel was a bit on the shabby side.
Wouldn't stay at this hotel again.2015-02-10""The hotel was clean and nicely decorated. The AC was anemic, and we had to have our key cards re-set every morning.
Outstanding breakfast buffet with a good selection.2018-04-03""We were given an adjoining room next to a large group with kids who cried off and on all night. The front desk clerks were kind enough to bring a mini fridge to our room when we returned from dinner so we wouldn't have to throw out our leftovers.
Provides holiday assistance, housing and emergency assistance, free dinner and host a free summer program through CDF Freedom Schools. 501 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 221-4571 broadstreetumc.net/ministries/serving-others Heart of the City Freedom School: broadstreetumc.net/hocfs Provides new clothing for school children of all ages in Franklin County free of charge.
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They also have shower and laundry times throughout the week. 38 West Greenwood Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201 A community‐based, non‐profit, advocacy organization that works to empower African Americans and marginalized groups through economic, educational and social progress with programs, classes and services.
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I was unhappy with the lack of complimentary coffee, and breakfast was expensive.
Don't recommend.2015-05-11""The hotel was more geared toward corporate meetings than individual guests. It wasn't serviced during our 3-night stay, but it wasn't a big problem for us.
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