Le Méridien Indianapolis
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Le Méridien Indianapolis, you’ll be centrally located in Indianapolis, steps from Circle Center Mall and Indiana World Skating Academy. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church and Indiana Convention Center.
Make yourself at home in one of the 100 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as laptop-compatible safes and desks.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a 24-hour fitness center, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. This hotel also features shopping on site, wedding services, and a television in a common area.
Food & Drink
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel’s restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Indianapolis? This hotel has facilities measuring 2611 square feet (243 square meters), including meeting rooms.
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I visited this hotel a year ago loved the bar and the restaurant the rooms were clean but basic. Unfortunately this time things were a bit different, the restaurant I had to brush food off my chair to sit down, the food was good but the kitchen closes early. The servers in the bar clearly wanted to go home and even though the hours were posted to stay open until 12 am some servers told us it would only be open until 11. I had an issue with my room the noise in the hall was terrible felt like I was sleeping in the hall the housekeeping staff at 7 am was talking on her phone in the hall and yelling I think I slept about 3 hours. They did move me to a quieter room but didn’t apologize about the noise just eventually moved me. My sister had another room which was much quieter but housekeeping didn’t service no fresh towels or bed made up but they came in took the tip we left on the bed and left the messy room and dirty towels behind. I think the staff needs charm school training customer service was not their thing. I don’t know if I would stay there again
This is a boutique hotel right in the heart of downtown. We booked a king room and it was small. There was a desk & chair and a wardrobe but no easy chair. We barely fit the luggage. Somehow we made it work. The only way to get an in-house breakfast was to order room service (like one does in a hospital). There was a lively bar just off the small lobby. There is valet parking.
The big inconvenience came when we returned to our room at 3:30PM one afternoon and found that it had not yet been made up. Eventually, it was.
My wife and I came to Indianapolis to celebrate our 20th Anniversary. To ensure the evening went well and seamless, I reached out ahead of our trip to see if this hotel would be a match for my expectations. I emailed with Eric and he assured me Le Meridien would be exactly what we were looking for on our special night. And he was right! From the check in to departure, every employee made sure we felt special. We had dinner in the hotel and then went a concert nearby. After the concert, we walked to a nearby hotel I was considering. The place was huge and filled with convention goers making it difficult to find a seat anywhere. We walked back to our hotel and had a nice nightcap. The bar staff were very competent and made our evening special. We ran into Caleb at the end of our evening and he made sure all was well with our stay and wished us Happy 20th Anniversary. I won't hesitate to stay at this hotel in the future the next time we are in Indy. Eric, thanks for the special touches as well!
I am a long time Marriott rewards customer and I had a daughter who was was getting married. I used my rewards points as a gift, reached out to the customer service line and I then reached out to the hotel manager, Sade Olla. I made Sade aware of the situation and she made it a point to provide excellent service, amenities and go above and beyond for my daughter and her new husband. They were very happy with their stay. I was pleasantly pleased. This is outstanding. I would definitely stay here, when I am in the Indianapolis area
We booked this hotel as a loyal Marriott customer however it was NOT worth the money at all!!!
Let me start with saying the Valet was AWESOME, they had our car out front within minutes and we did a lot of traveling the 4 days we were there.
Now onto what was wrong, first off, the use of space for a King room was terrible we could barely get past the bed on one side and the sink counter top barely held our toothbrushes.. We were here for the Indy 500 and I understand hotels being booked and busy but here we go....
1st, day one our room wasn't cleaned until after 4:30 pm, the paper coffee cups that we had in the morning were left on the desk and not cleaned, the water bottle was not replenished and did I mention the cleaning service left a bottle of cleaner in the bathroom. We had no soap in the shower, just a small bar at the sink.
2nd, we went to the hotel bar at 11:35pm on Thursday night and were turned away and told they were closed however there were 4 other people sitting at the bar.
3rd. There is no store to stop and get drinks/snacks or miscellaneous toiletries they direct you to a mall that closes at 9pm.
4th.Race morning we went to get coffee in the bar and it wasn't there at 6:45 am. Come on, half the hotel was leaving and no coffee..
5th. The room service menu was horrible, all we wanted was a burger and fries when we got back from the race and while the restaurant is classified as American there was no true american fan fare on the menu. I would have been find ordering from the "late night" menu of chicken fingers but was told I couldn't order because they were still serving dinner, forcing us to go out to get food.
I have logged a complaint with Marriott as I was incredibility disappointed with the entire experience and money spent for a hotel that is supped to carry a "premium" status.
While I impatiently await a response from my email, I would say for the money go somewhere else. The Hilton had a great bar (McCormick & Smick's) and hotel looked nice from what I could see. Or I would see if there was anything available at the Sheridan or JW Marriott both seemed to have good vibe and was able to handle the crazy crowds for race weekend.