We booked to be close to a Thai restaurant and discovered a most beautiful building of an America from days of Prosperity, Grand scale of design and confidence so far removed from the poverty pack now associated with American downtowns.
The rooms are an eclectic mix of 70s, modern contemporary and el cheapo Home Depot, clean and tidy, a TV that can barley be watched due to static, wifi signal that was better in the bathroom than in bed. The chairs dragging over the upstairs dining area create that not so welcome presence. But depite being horribly over priced the place is a gem ! You will have a nice time here, drinking boutique beers and cocktails overlooking the city from the roof top gardens, throwing little balls on the antique bowling alley, drinking real coffee over the road, and just being immersed in a some what bizarre American hotel that realy belongs in those classic Indian hotels then this is a must do, consider the high cost of staying your contribution to maintaining an Indianapolis landmark, finally anyone who keeps chooks ( chickens on the establishment must be ok )