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So, you're thinking about a holiday to Columbia? If you want to find accommodation that's within a stone's throw of the sights, you can enter your holiday dates and then use the filters next to your hotel search results to find a hotel near the area's attractions such as Fort Jackson. You can choose among 491 Columbia hotels and accommodation choices to find a place to stay.
Whether you're looking for cheap hotels in Columbia, family-friendly places to stay, or pet-friendly options, Columbia offers various types of accommodation so you'll be able to find something you like:
When you're deciding where to stay in Columbia, you can easily and quickly search ebookers for hotels offering services such as high-speed Internet, free airport transport or a swimming pool. You can use the filters to narrow down your search for accommodation, so you get the services that are important to you, such as air conditioning or an in-room kitchen.
These Columbia hotels are popular with guests for their swimming pool:
Guests who stayed at this hotel in Columbia enjoyed the on-site gym:
The city of Columbia is known for its shopping, football and live music. Popular attractions in and around Columbia include:
When making plans for your holiday in Columbia, you can also use ebookers to search for a convenient flight into Columbia, SC (CAE-Columbia Metropolitan) Airport. You can narrow down your search by number of stops, airline or time of departure to find the one that works best for you.
If you're wondering when is the best time of year to visit Columbia, you might find this info about seasonal weather helpful when planning your trip. The warmest months in Columbia are typically July and August, whereas the coldest months are usually January and February. The months with the most rain are May and August, whereas November and January have the least.
Here's an overview on how much rain you can expect and what the temperatures are going to be like: