The capital city of Indiana is in the heart of the Midwest. Sports enthusiasts arriving here will love the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home to the iconic Indianapolis 500 race. Or discover the charm of downtown Indianapolis as you stroll along the scenic Canal Walk, lined with charming bridges, public art and green spaces. For history buffs, a visit to the Indiana State Museum will immerse you in the state’s past, from its Native American heritage to its role in the Civil War and beyond. And art and culture fans should check out the renowned Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields.
This hotel is home to The Capital Grille, a renowned steakhouse beloved for its dry-aged steaks and fresh seafood, plus a selection of over 350 wines from around the world. Additionally, Tastings, a wine bar and restaurant can be found within the hotel, for small plates — both eateries are under the direction of native Chef Michael Snyder, whose farm-to-table ethos has made this a destination dining hotel. Conrad Indianapolis also features a fitness centre with state-of-the-art equipment and a spa. Situated in the heart of downtown, the hotel provides easy access to popular attractions.
JW Marriott Indianapolis
Named by Conde Nast as a Top Midwest hotel, this is a great choice for your stay in Indianapolis. Directly attached to the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium, the property is in the central downtown area. While there’s a host of eateries on the doorstep, guests can also fine dine in-house at OP Italian for fine-dining or enjoy a few drinks at the JW Marriott’s own sports bar High Velocity, plus there’s a Starbucks for your caffeine fix. Bedrooms at the hotel have floor-to-ceiling windows for views across the city.
Hotel Carmichael, Autograph Collection
122 refined bedrooms at the Hotel Carmichael come with crystal chandeliers and gilt-framed paintings, gadgets such as BeyondTV Streaming and Amazon Alexa, while suites add balconies overlooking the Carmel City Center and some kitchenette facilities. Dine at Vivante French Restaurant on menus inspired by the French countryside – there’s outdoor seating along the Monon Trail during the summer months, as well as an elegant dining room. End your evening beside the fire, with tunes on the grand piano at Adagio Lounge, or head to Feinstein’s Cabaret for food alongside live entertainment.
Situated in the historic Bottleworks District, the hotel is part of a mixed-use development that combines history, culture, and entertainment. Inside, it seamlessly blends industrial elements with modern touches, paying homage to the building’s history as a former Coca-Cola bottling plant. The lobby features sleek furnishings, exposed brick walls, and artwork that reflects the local arts scene. Each room is trendy and comfy, uniquely decorated to showcase a blend of fashionable design and nods to the building’s heritage. There are several restaurant and cafe options, including The Garage Food Hall and Modita, an Asian-styled Cunningham Restaurant Group concept.