Indy's hospitality community has completed the Hoosier Hospitality Promise, 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.
In effort to keep Indy’s reopening stages safely progressing, the city has mandated that residents and visitors are required to wear masks in any indoor space or outdoor space. The masks can be removed while eating at a restaurant. The mask order excludes children under the age of 3, as well as anyone with a medical condition that prevents the use of a mask. Marion County residents may request free face masks at indy.gov/masks.
These Indianapolis attractions are open at 25 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.
Bars and restaurants are able to operate at 50 percent capacity indoors, and 100 percent capacity outdoors, 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). Restaurants must close between 12 am and 5 am daily.
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.
Redesigned check-in process, social distancing signage, constant common area cleaning.
Drury Travel Happy Again
CleanStay with Lysol Protection Program
Global Care and Cleanliness Commitment
Marriott Cleanliness Council redefines the brand’s cleaning and safety standards.
Marriott Cleanliness Council
Omni Safe & Clean Initiative
Count On Us Health and Safety Protocols
Shopping malls and retail are open at 75 percent capacity with continued social distancing and face masks required.
Indy 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:
For more information, please visit: www.ind.com/covid19
Note: Older adults and people with underlying chronic medical conditions are at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19.