LeVeque Tower has been a beacon of hospitality in downtown Columbus since 1927 – it once even served as an aerial lighthouse for Amelia Earhart. That legacy lives on today in the Hotel LeVeque, a vibrant destination that suffuses the building’s original art deco architecture with glamorous celestial-inspired interior design.
A custom two-story lighted sculpture inspired by the constellations hangs in the lobby, representing the connection between LeVeque tower and the stars above. Stargazing continues in the 150 guest rooms, where a light projects stars on the ceiling to create a dazzling environment, complemented by art deco-styled furnishings in brilliant golds and handsome grays. French cuisine is served in the on-site restaurant and bar, where the menu can include special courses reflecting the seasons. One thing always remains the same at Hotel LeVeque: The light atop the tower remains lit, from sunrise to sunrise.