Hotels on the Southside of Indianapolis, Indiana

by Mandi Rogier, Demand Media Google

    The south side of Indianapolis puts visitors within easy access of many of the city’s popular attractions including Lucas Oil Stadium, Conseco Fieldhouse and the Indianapolis Airport. The city of Greenwood is a short drive south with ample dining and shopping opportunities. Hotels in this area provide the comfort of complimentary meals and treats with the convenience of features like business centers and free wireless internet.

    Holiday Inn Express – Indianapolis Southeast

    The Holiday Inn Express located on the southeast side of Indianapolis is just a short distance from multiple interstates including 65, 69 and 70 as well as I-465, which circles the city. Guests who like a roomy sleeping arrangement will note that every bed is king-sized. Suites are equipped with a double-sided fireplace to ward of the chill of Midwestern winters, and some suites feature a Jacuzzi tub as well. Amenities include complimentary wireless internet and daily newspapers. The hotel’s dining room has a fireplace and chandeliers, and serves a complimentary breakfast buffet and cocktail hour every day. A fitness room, business center, arcade, indoor heated pool and whirlpool are located within the hotel as well.

    Hampton Inn Indianapolis South

    Indianapolis’s south side Hampton Inn is located just off I-65. This hotel has a fitness center, indoor heated pool and meeting rooms located on site. A complimentary hot breakfast is served every morning, and coffee service is provided 24 hours a day. A Steak n Shake, Wendy’s and Bob Evans are located within easy walking distance of the hotel. Families can take advantage of a variety of special packages offered periodically with features such as soda, popcorn and an in-room movie pass for a quiet night in, or admission to a local arcade for days when you need to burn off some energy. Business travelers will enjoy each room’s workstation, ergonomic desk chair, lap desk and complimentary high speed internet access. Additional amenities include a flat screen television, microwave, mini fridge and weekday newspapers.

    Country Inn and Suites

    Guests at the Country Inn and Suites located in the Southport area of Indianapolis are just a short drive from a wide range of shopping and dining options including Cracker Barrel, Target and Meijer. Guests can enjoy standard rooms as well as comfortable suites. Two room suites provide separate rooms for the bedroom and living area. Jacuzzi suites offer a relaxing getaway for couples with a king size bed and two person whirlpool tub. The hotel features an indoor pool and hot tub. Guests receive free access to the nearby Cardinal Fitness center. Coffee and cookies are available 24 hours free of charge, and a complementary breakfast is served each morning. Guests should show up early for this meal, however, as seating in the dining area is limited. Amenities include free high speed internet access, weekday newspapers and fax and copier services.

    La Quinta Inn and Suites

    The Indianapolis South La Quinta Inn and Suites is located just off I-465 at the Emerson Avenue exit. A Great Times Fun Park and bowling center are located across the street for families looking for an afternoon of fun. The Marion County Fairgrounds and Hanna Haunted Acres are a short drive away. In addition to standard rooms, this hotel also offers a deluxe suite with a king bed and sleeper sofa, and a whirlpool suite with a single king bed. A business center, meeting facilities, fitness center and outdoor pool, open during the summer months, are located on site. A complimentary breakfast is provided daily. Amenities include a flat screen television, microwave, refrigerator, complimentary wireless internet access and a free daily newspaper.

    References

    • Insider’s Guide to Indianapolis; Jackie Sheckler Finch; 2010

    About the Author

    Mandi Rogier is a freelance writer who enjoys writing about a wide range of topics. As a previous employee of Walt Disney World, she enjoys writing travel articles that make use of her extensive knowledge of Orlando theme parks.

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