An Affordable Hotel near Columbus Sports Stadiums & Arenas
Columbus Crew soccer at Crew Stadium. Buckeyes basketball at the Schottenstein Center. Blue Jackets hockey at Nationwide Arena. Buckeyes football at Ohio Stadium. Softball tournaments at the Berliner Sports Park. Sports are a way of life in Columbus, Ohio. Get in on the fun when you stay at Hyatt Place Columbus/Worthington. With our hotel’s central location, you’re close to all of these hot spots—without paying the high prices of a downtown hotel.
Catch an exciting Columbus Crew SC matchup at this state-of-the-art stadium, located only 7 miles away from our hotel. MAPFRE Stadium was the country’s first soccer-specific stadium, with its first game in May 1999 drawing more than 24,000 fans for a 2-0 win over the New England Revolution. This match was hailed as a “relaunching of the league” in the US and established the Black & Gold as one of the top organizations in Major League Soccer.
Home to the Buckeye basketball and hockey teams, the Schottenstein Center also hosts concerts and other major performances all year long. Located on the Ohio State University campus 10.2 miles away, this 770,000-square-foot multipurpose venue seats 17,500 for ice hockey, 19,500 for basketball and 20,000 for concerts and other special events. It is the largest arena in the Big Ten and averages over one million guests per year.
Buckeyes fans are loyal to the end. And Buckeyes games are always a blast—especially, of course, when the home team wins. The horseshoe-shaped Ohio Stadium is one of the most recognizable landmarks in all of sports, and its only 10½ miles away from Hyatt Place Columbus/Worthington.
From thrilling Columbus Blue Jackets hockey games to major concerts, Nationwide Arena is a major destination for good times in Columbus, Ohio. Just 13 miles away from our hotel, this unique sports and entertainment venue features two 80’ towers with house party suites on the western interior, a 70’ glass-enclosed atrium, open lobbies and concourses offering great views of the ice as soon as you walk through the door, a 135’ light tower at the southeast corner and an elegant design with terrazzo floors, brick pillars and marble details. The arena is also attached to the Blue Jackets’ practice facility, the Ohio Health Ice Haus, which is open to the public.
From major softball tournaments to rough-and-tumble rugby matchups, this impressive sports park brings all kinds of sporting excitement to the greater Columbus area. Located 15 miles from our hotel, Berliner is currently the nation’s largest softball complex, with open fields for the public and reserved fields for leagues. The park also offers football fields, walking trails, a pavilion, batting cages and a playground.