Overall, the hotel is a fine conference hotel, but really nothing special. Typical higher-end property: big lobby, conference rooms: normal size room, TV. The bed was pretty comfortable. Rooms were pretty clean (although the hallway needed vacuumed badly through our stay).
The biggest issue was the constant nickel & dime. Parking was $28 with no in-&-out (meaning: if you run it up to $28, leave and come back, the price starts over). Valet was $32/day. Internet was $9.95 per day per device. In-room mini bar: just stay away (really - don't touch it). The finishing touch: take up a little of the counter space with a nice bottled water (read the tag - it's $4). Luggage cart? "Since they're so busy today" they'll bring one up with a bellman. Sigh...
They DID have a pretend-Starbucks (you know those - Starbucks sign, hotel employees - watch to make sure they make the drink right) which opened VERY early - a definite plus. Also, great location - easy walking distance (and gerbil-tubes connecting) to affordable, nice restaurants, Circle Center mall and Colts stadium.
I probably wouldn't stay here again - lots of other options in and near downtown Indy.
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- Also Known As:
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