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If you’re looking for a downtown Indianapolis getaway, you need to consider the Hampton Inn. Located at 105 S. Meridian, it is exactly 1 block away from the center of town, which means you’re close enough to the center of everything, you can park your car and walk to wherever you need to get.
In fact, you can get most anywhere in downtown Indianapolis from the Hampton Inn within 10 or 15 minutes.
- White River State Park, Victory Field, and the Eiteljorg Museum (15 minutes)
- The Indiana Statehouse, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indiana Convention Center (10 minutes)
- Monument Circle, The Hilbert Circle Theatre, Morrison Opera House (5 minutes)
- Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis City Market (5 minutes)
- Lucas Oil Stadium (10 minutes)
- Mass Ave theatre district (15 minutes)
And of course, you’re within driving distance of anything else you might want to see in Indianapolis: Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Butler University and Hinkle Fieldhouse, Broad Ripple.
This means it’s great if you’re in town for a convention or trade show, here to catch a game or a concert, or even just want a quick getaway with plenty to do.
Prices for the Hampton Inn Downtown are running around $125 per night in May (but they may vary throughout the year), whether you book it on the HamptonInn.com website or even the travel websites. The hotel is completely nonsmoking and does not allow pets.
The Hampton Inn also has special offers and packages, which you can find by checking the hotel’s website. They have packages for the Indianapolis Children’s Museum, Circle Centre Mall Shopping, a couple’s romantic getaway, and the Indianapolis Zoo.
Whether you’re from a few hours away or even just a few miles away, treat yourself to a couple days and nights in downtown Indianapolis. Of course, the rooms are so nice — it’s a 3 diamond hotel, according to AAA — you may not want to leave.