Wife and I stopped in the Midlands (restaurant in the lobby of the Marriott) for breakfast before leaving the hotel. What a terrific experience. We were cheerfully greeted by Rebe, our server, who proceeded to create a welcoming relationship and flawless service. There was a wide variety of choices (including made to order omelette), and the quality was excellent.
The lobby of the Marriott is newly renovated. In addition to Midlands, there is a sports bar with multiple large screens for watching as many as four events simultaneously.
We recommend Midlands for breakfast (ask for Rebe).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Visit Columbia Marriott, a top choice among hotels in Columbia, South Carolina and a hotel located in the vibrant downtown Columbia area near the University of South Carolina. We offer some of the finest accommodations in Columbia. To meet our guests' needs, Columbia Marriott has remodeled guest rooms, lobby, meeting space, and restaurant and bar. Stay with us and you'll enjoy generous amenities such as pillow-top mattresses, 42" flat panel televisions, and wireless Internet access for plenty of entertainment. Our 28,000 square feet of space makes our hotel a favorite choice for businesses and social functions. Just minutes from popular destinations, including Columbia Museum of Art, the state capitol, Colonial Life Arena, and Williams Brice Stadium, we are close to many popular attractions. Guests are welcome to take advantage of our indoor pool and on-site fitness center. Reserve a room today! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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