Oct 30, 2019 - Oct 31, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
The capital of Indiana and the second largest city in the Midwest, Indianapolis is a city full of arts, sports, and attractions. It is often referred to as “The Circle City” for its planned design around the White and Fall Creek Rivers. Four diagonal roads from the downtown area known as Monument Circle.
Indianapolis is home to a variety of historical landmarks and monuments including the Indiana War Memorial, Depew Memorial Fountain, and the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument. Families traveling to the area can spend the day at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis or at the Indianapolis Zoo. Sports enthusiasts should take a trip to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway or Lucas Oil Stadium to catch a Colts game. The city is home to many award-winning restaurants including St. Elmo Steak House, Jazz Kitchen, and Slippery Noodle Inn.
Whether you are planning a trip with the kids or an adult weekend sporting event Skyscanner’s hotel search tool can help you find the perfect accommodations. When using the search tool you will be able to sort your results by star rating, price, and amenities.
The highest concentration of hotels in the Indianapolis area is West Indianapolis located close to the downtown area as well as a short distance from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Many of the hotels are conveniently located just off of Interstates 65 and 70.
The hotels in the area range from moderate size hotels including many of the popular hotel chains, to modern, luxury, high-rise hotels located in the downtown area. On the low end for an average night, you can expect to spend $60 to $100, while more deluxe accommodations range from $150 to $250.
Many of the moderate range hotels will offer typical amenities including, free breakfast, Wi-Fi, pool and fitness centers, and local transportation options. The more luxury hotels will also provide such unique amenities as wine bars, spa services, and even art galleries.
The city of Indianapolis does offer some 4 and 5-star hotel accommodations that provide more luxury amenities. Some of the most popular 4 and 5-star hotels include:
Indianapolis totally sucks. The people suck, the weather sucks, and there is nothing to do. But my family unfortunately lives here. If you have the unfortunate happening to travel here go to Yats; that restaurant is amazing even if the place sucks!
I think Indianapolis is a lovely city but I have to say it is more of working city than a work and play city. There isn't a lot to do unless you are there for a specific event. There are a lot of restaurants but they are mostly chains and we got the vibe it was a city where most people work and go home. We were there over Thanksgiving, so that may be a factor but in the many other times we have driven through Indianapolis we found nothing too impressive about it at no lack of trying.
Indianapolis is the capital and largest city of the Indiana and the seat of Marion County. It is located in the East North Central region of the Midwest, near the confluence of the White River and Fall Creek. The city covers 372 square miles and had an estimated population of 853,173 in 2015, making it the second most populous city in the Midwest, after Chicago, and 14th largest in the U.S.
I live a hop skip and a jump from Indianapolis. I love living so close. Yet I can get away from the hustle bustle and get back to my home in the country!