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Indy will soon welcome an additional 800 rooms connected to the Indiana Convention Center with the new Signia Hilton Hotel.
Indy already earned USA Today’s “#1 Convention City in the U.S.” honors for having the most hotels and hotel rooms connected into a convention center, and this expansion boosts that number to 13 hotels and 5,500 rooms connected.
Alongside the other hotel developments in the downtown pipeline, this will bring the total number of rooms within walking distance of the convention center to more than 10,000.
Below is a rundown of the hotel properties that comprise this unique convention package (by room count). You can also explore Indy's connected hotel package with 3D interactive map.
As the anchor of Marriott IndyPlace, a collection of five interconnected Marriott brand hotels offering 2,276 rooms, the stunning JW Marriott is a unique fixture of the Indianapolis skyline. The distinctive blue glass exterior grabs attention, but it’s what’s inside that sets this property apart. The JW Marriott offers modern elegance to complement one of the world’s largest Marriott ballrooms and 33 expansive floors. Condé Nast Traveler named the JW the No. 1 hotel in the Midwest, No. 5 hotel in the U.S., and No. 25 hotel in the world in their Readers' Choice Awards.
The first Hilton-affiliated tower, a new meeting-centric Signia brand, will stand 42 stories tall, offering 814 rooms, a sleek addition to the city skyline, and expansive views of downtown from a top-level sky bar. The project is expected to open in 2025. The adjacent tower will be a 600-room property to complement nearby historic architecture with a modern design.
The Indy Marriott just underwent a major renovation to update sleeping rooms, meeting space, and onsite dining. Their Conner’s Kitchen + Bar is Indy’s newest hot spot with elevated comfort food, craft beers, and cocktails in a swanky setting. The Indy Marriott has also been recognized as a Certified Green Hotel by environmental non-profit Green Seal™, for their ongoing eco-friendly programs and conservation efforts.
The incredible views of the Indiana State House are one of the many benefits for those staying at The Westin Indianapolis. Located in the heart of downtown Indy, newly renovated guest rooms and the signature Heavenly Bed consistently deliver a memorable guest experience. Don’t forget to treat yourself to a great meal at Ten Hands Social Bar & Eatery.
Indy’s original convention hotel continues to set the bar. The Hyatt Regency’s modern design and open atrium provide a distinctive stay. Direct connections to both the convention center and Circle Centre mall put every convenience just steps away. For a special meal, take the elevator to the top to the rotating Eagle’s Nest restaurant and enjoy the best 360-degree views in the city.
The perfect balance of classic charm and modern design makes the Omni Severin truly distinct. As the city’s longest-running luxury hotel, the Omni offers the grandeur of the early 1900s with the modern amenities and superior service of today.
This newly-renovated, all-suite hotel provides the space you need to enjoy a comfortable stay in the heart of the city. You won’t want to miss the nightly happy hour or free, made-to-order breakfast.
Located in the nation’s first union station, this National Register of Historic Places-listed property’s full-service hotel offers the unique opportunity to spend the night in one of 26 authentic Pullman Traincar sleepers, resting on the original tracks.
Experience elegance at Indy’s premier luxury property. The Conrad is home to The Collection Suites and Long-Sharp Gallery, both featuring world-class art ranging from Picasso to pop. The Evan Todd Spa & Salon is an urban oasis that will tend to your every need, while onsite dining at Tastings Wine Bar and The Capital Grille will tend to your culinary tastes.
These properties give visitors three distinct options while staying connected to the amenities and meeting space in the JW Marriott. Their location directly across the street from White River State Park places guests in easy walking distance of the park’s seven major attractions and 250 acres of green space.
Born from a renovation of the historic Canterbury Hotel, a landmark Indy property, the Le Meridien brings a chic design ethos that juxtaposes the property’s historic architecture. Signature coffee, bespoke cocktails, a signature barrel program, and a chef-driven menu at Spoke & Steele restaurant create a unique experience in the heart of the convention district.