Some of the nation’s best hotels are right in Indianapolis where Hoosier hospitality combines with big-city amenities for a memorable visit.
Check out the names – Conrad, Marriott, Courtyard, Omni, Westin, Hyatt – hotels that have earned a reputation for knowing how to pamper guests. Those are all in Indy, along with such small boutique hotels as the new Hotel Broad Ripple in the trendy Broad Ripple neighborhood.
For a historic sleepover, choose the Crowne Plaza at Union Station. Opened in 1888, Union Station was the nation’s first union railway depot. A young Thomas Edison worked there as a Western Union telegraph operator. Today, you can sleep in real Pullman train cars or stay in a modern hotel room.
Many of the city’s landmark hotels are centrally located in downtown Indy where guests can walk to some of the city’s well-known attractions, including games of the NFL Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium, the NBA Pacers and WNBA Fever at Bankers Life Fieldhouse and the Minor League Baseball Indians at Victory Field.
Once nicknamed Naptown and India-No-Place because it was so boring, Indy is now a clean vibrant city with a wealth of reasons to visit and luxurious places to stay.
When you have your Indy location figured out, it’s not difficult to find a quality hotel that will help you feel so welcome that, like many others, you will soon be planning a return visit to the capital city of Indiana.
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