Olshan Properties announced the completion of its sweeping and all-encompassing $27.3 million transformative interior redesign and amenity enhancement of the Hilton Columbus at Easton.

Developed in 2000, the 345-key Hilton Columbus at Easton is a seven-story, AAA Four Diamond luxury hotel and 39,000-square-foot conference center located 10 minutes from downtown Columbus, Ohio.

Hilton Columbus at Easton also provides easy access to John Glenn International Airport (CMH).

Having completed an expansive $14 million interior guest room redesign in 2016, which included the innovative Hilton Honors members’ digital check-in and room selection, Olshan Properties focused this year on a full-scale overhaul of the hotel’s public areas including chic new lobby bar, “Easton Social.”

“When we embarked on this expansive, dual-phase mission to redefine sophistication in hospitality we did so with a clear vision informed by years of hotel and design expertise coupled with our deep understanding of the local market and region,” said Andrea Olshan, CEO of Olshan Properties. “Today, we are so proud to be able to share the product of that vision with our guests and the surrounding community.”

With its newest renovations Hilton Columbus at Easton guests are now greeted with a fully redesigned lobby and entryway featuring marble highlights contrasted with inviting neutral colors, rich fabrics and textures. Relocated to the first floor, the Executive Lounge, an exclusive benefit for dedicated Diamond Hilton Honors members, has been enhanced with a private terrace, VIP service and premium amenities.

Lending further style on the lobby level, the Hilton Columbus at Easton now also boasts a new lobby bar, Easton Social, as well as a robust new restaurant Herb N’ Kitchen, which offers everything from wines by the bottle to pizza and salads. The restaurant features creations from Executive Chef Timothy Dionisio.

In addition to the new public space, the Hilton Columbus at Easton has added over 9,000 additional square feet of meeting rooms and event space, to further meet the needs of their ever-growing group clientele. With the added meeting space comes new digital signage technology. Each meeting room now has a digital reader board with up to the minute information on the events taking place, as well as multiple reader boards located near elevators and entrances to stay current with hotel-wide events, weather updates, and conference space maps.