What We Love
- The hotel’s world-class art collection, displayed on the first and second floors
- The results-driven treatments in the spa
- Weekly Wednesday wine tastings
- Dry-aged steaks and seafood shine at the Capital Grille
What To Know
- WiFi is free in public areas but there is a charge for in-room access
- Reservations are recommended for the restaurant and wine tastings
- Pets are allowed with a fee
- The gym features state-of-the-art equipment and is open 24 hours
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Book a top floor room in this 23-story tower to enjoy views over Indianapolis from your perch at the heart of the city. On the way, be sure to check out the impressive art collection–including works from luminaries like Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro and Henry Moore–spread across public spaces in the first and second levels. Back on street level, the award-winning wine bar Tastings features the largest by-the-glass wine list in Indianapolis: order up some tapas-style bites and work your way through the list. The Evan Todd spa, meanwhile, offers luxurious facials that also target specific skin issues like pigmentation, acne and fine lines.
In the Area
Make the most of your downtown locale by hitting nearby attractions like the Indianapolis Museum of Art and the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the largest of its kind in the world. Catch a performance of the Indianapolis Symphony, founded in 1930 and offering hundreds of concerts every year. After all that culture, see how Indy embraces cocktail culture at Libertine, a low-lit, of-the-moment mixology den on East Washington.
How to Get There
By far the fanciest hotel I’ve ever stayed at. All of the staff was polite and friendly. The rooms were nice and clean, plenty of towels and a great view from the room. If I ever return to Indianapolis I’d definitely stay here again.
I had a great experience on checking in when in a hurry. But I was provided a $10 token for the trappings bar in the hotel adjacent the lobby. Despite spending $400 at that establishment (plus over $300 at capital grill also at the hotel) at check out they told me the $10 voucher didn't count as I had to use it on spot at the restaurant. $10 is a small fraction of what I spent at the hotel, but given the small-minded attitude, on principle I will never go back. Small saving costs the hotel multiple times over.
Couldn’t ask for a better location, right in the center of town, 10 minute walk from the stadium, just around the corner from great restaurants. 15 minute taxi ride to and from airport, $25. Uber ride.