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Indianapolis may be famous as the Racing Capital of the World for hosting the Indy 500 and the All State 400 every year, but it is also has numerous educational and historical institutions. It offers a sophisticated culture and vibrant night life, sporting events, and a wild array of attractions, festivals and dining options making it a warm and a nice place to visit. Hotels and inns abound in the city for the visitor to choose from. From the upscale 4-star hotels to 2-star hotel inns, the Indianapolis visitor will definitely not have a hard time settling in for the night, or nights.

123 West Lousiana St. Indianapolis

The Crowne Plaza hotel features a Romanesque-revival style with 273 guestrooms and 2 Suites. It is popular for its authentic Pullman train car rooms with period decor after famous period personalities. There are 3 hotel room types – Guestrooms, Executive Club Level and Suites. Rooms are equipped with the usual hotel amenities and services, except complimentary breakfast, snacks, dinner and drinks which are available only in the Suites. All rooms at this 4-star Indianapolis downtown hotel are non-smoking.

Amenities include an on-site Health and Fitness Center, spa facilities, Business Center, indoor pool, gift shop, travel services desk, housekeeping and laundry services and other miscellaneous amenities (e.g., ATM machines, ice machines, bellman/porter services and concierge services).

The Business Center services include copying and facsimile machines, PCs, internet access, private limousine services, executive floors and suites and courier services.

In-house restaurants and bars include the Pullman’s Restaurant, Pullman’s Bar and Pullman’s Lounge. There are 13 meeting rooms; the largest has a capacity of 800 with the smallest meeting room accommodating 12 in a U-shape style.

50 West Washington St.

This Downtown Indianapolis hotel is a 23-story, 4-star hotel with 241 guestrooms featuring a sky bridge connecting the hotel ballroom to the Arts Garden Center Mall and the Indiana Convention Center. It has an indoor pool, a wellness center and two restaurants, The Capital Grille and Vitesse. There are 23 corner suites and a Presidential Suite.

It offers upscale hotel room amenities including a 42” flat screen plasma TV (with additional sets in each bathroom), a mini-bar, in-room safe, work desk, wireless internet access and separate tubs and enclosed shower. The hotel ballroom is 4,803 sqft . is surrounded by breakout rooms and two Executive Boardrooms. The Business Center offers 24 hours service.

A single-night stay at the Deluxe guestroom costs $199 while a Corner Suite would cost $399.

123 South Illinois St.

This 4-star hotel in Downtown Indianapolis was built in 1928 is a European boutique-style hotel with 12 floors and 99 guestrooms.

Guestroom types include Standard Queen, Deluxe Queen, Standard King, Superior King, Business King, Parlor Suite, Penthouse Suite and the Presidential Suite. The cheapest available rates for a single-night stay ranges from $129 to $319. The Presidential Suite can only be reserved by calling the hotel direct.

The Canterbury also offers packages such as Extravaganza for Two, the Starlight Package, Toast for Two, Diamond Package and Summer Special. Package includes valet parking, breakfast for two, AmEx gift card, carriage ride, massage and spa.

50 South Capital Avenue

Another 4-star Downtown Indianapolis hotel, the Westin is connected by a covered skywalk to the Indianapolis Convention Center, the Lucas Oil Stadium and the Circle Center Mall. It is 100% smoke-free with Executive Lounge, indoor heated swimming pool, fitness center, business center and houses a Starbucks, the No Name Lounge and Shula’s Steak House.

The Westin Executive Club offers complimentary breakfast, evening hors d’oeuvres, 24-hour snacks and beverages availability, internet access, room floor preference and access to its Club Lounge.

Room rates go from $129 to $405.99 for a one-night stay.

40 West Jackson Place

This upscale 4-star hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Downtown Indianapolis. Built in 1913, it has 424 guestrooms. Guestroom types include Deluxe Rooms, Penthouse rooms, Bi-Level Suites, Plaza Suites, Business Class rooms, King Severin Suites, Penthouse City View room, Penthouse Lily Suite, Penthouse Presidential Suite and the Get-Fit Guest Rooms.

Its Omni Sensational Kids program provides kids activities and backpacks full of kids games and stuff. Omni Severin also offers various hotel packages such as the Double Romance Package from $139 per night, the Weekend Retreat Package from $81.75, Linger Longer Package from $119 (the 3rd night is free), Fun-4-Summer Package from $109 (you get the 4th night free), the Centennial Race Package from $159 to $259 per night with $100 food and beverage credit per stay and the Bed and Breakfast Package from $189.

The Severin Bar and Grille offers a 3-meal dinner and offers a design-your-own pasta meal. The Olives martini bar is ideal for cocktails while the 40 West Coffee Cafe offers Starbucks coffee and freshly baked pastries.

There are also 3-star hotels in Downtown Indianapolis with moderate hotel rates. Below are the list of hotels and their lowest single-night, single room stay rate.

• Hyatt Regency $199
• Sheraton Indianapolis $169
• Embassy Suites $169
• Indianapolis Marriot $150
• Courtyard $130
• Residence Inn $130
• Springhill Suites $120
• Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites $110
• Staybridge Suites $118

If you are on a tight budget, there is the Fairfield Inn Suites for $100/night or the Hampton Inn or the Candlewood Suites for $85/night. Before booking, however, have the time to compare rates, features, amenities and services and packages offered and if available, previous customer reviews to ensure that your accommodation would be suitable to your needs, preferences and of course, budget.

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