Indy Welcomes You Back Safely

This spring we asked you to bookmark your Indy trip until it was safe to travel again. We're confident that time is now, and we're excited to welcome you back safely and responsibly.

Our promise to you:

Indy's hospitality community has completed a COVID-19 Hospitality Training Program, in partnership with the Indiana Restaurant & Lodging Association and health officials across the state. When you see this endorsement, you can be certain that the venue is taking all necessary steps to protect their employees and customers and that they are taking a leadership role in protecting their community. 

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REOPENING GUIDELINES

Indianapolis Attractions

Indianapolis Attrations

Indy attractions reopened on June 19 at 50 percent capacity with social distancing guidelines in place. Please be sure to check individual attraction websites for their re-opening timeline and COVID-19 protocols. 

*Masks required for entry.


Indianapolis Restaurants

Gallery Pastry Shop

The city of Indianapolis enters phase four of reopening on June 19. At that time, bars and nightclubs may reopen at 50 percent capacity, adhering to social distancing guidelines. Restaurants are able to operate at 75 percent capacity. It is expected that bars and restaurants will be at 100 percent normal operating capacity on July 4, which means you'll be able to dine anywhere from indoors at St. Elmo Steak House to the patio at Gallery Pastry Shop (pictured above).


Indianapolis Hotels

Most Indianapolis hotels are currently open for room reservations and are upholding the Hoosier Hospitality Promise standards, in addition to the global brand promises listed below. 

Drury Hotels
Redesigned check-in process, social distancing signage, constant common area cleaning.
Drury Travel Happy Again

Hilton Hotels
CleanStay with Lysol Protection Program

Hyatt Hotels
Global Care and Cleanliness Commitment

Intercontinental Hotels
Clean Promise

Marriott Hotels
Marriott Cleanliness Council redefines the brand’s cleaning and safety standards.
Marriott Cleanliness Council

Omni Hotels
Omni Safe & Clean Initiative 

Wyndham Hotels
Count On Us Health and Safety Protocols


Indianapolis Retail

Nicey TreatShopping malls and retail are open at 100 percent capacity with continued social distancing and face masks encouraged.


Indianapolis International Airport

AirportIndy is home to the #1 Airport in North America for eight years in a row, according to Airports Council International and Conde Nast Traveler. Trust us, you can’t hold strong in the #1 slot if cleanliness levels aren’t exceptional.The Indianapolis Airport is taking the following measures to help protect the traveling public and fulfill their Hoosier Hospitality Promise:

  • Using a multipurpose cleaner, degreaser, and sanitizer to clean and disinfect every surface from doorknobs to diaper changing stations in public-facing restrooms on an hourly basis. Kivac machines are also utilized daily with a hospital-grade disinfectant.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are located throughout the terminal (pre- and post-security and the Ground Transportation Center). More hand sanitizing stations have been added in the public areas. 
  • In locations where travelers congregate, IND is conducting extra cleaning, including the Civic Plaza food court seating area, visitor seating area, airline gate seating areas, and baggage claim. 

For more information, please visit: www.ind.com/covid19

 

TRAVEL SAFETY RESOURCES

You should follow the protective steps outlined by the CDC:

  • Wash hands often, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Cough into your elbow and sneeze into a tissue
  • Consult with a doctor before traveling when sick
  • Stay up to date on vaccinations
  • Avoid contact with people who are already sick
  • Be aware of the latest travel advisories from the CDC and the U.S. Department of State
  • Get a flu vaccine
  • Take everyday precautions to stop the spread of germs
  • Take flu antivirals if prescribed

Note: Older adults and people with underlying chronic medical conditions are at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19.

 

 


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