Motels in Warsaw, IN

by Mark Heidelberger Google
Warsaw, Indiana was named after Poland's capital city.

Warsaw, Indiana was named after Poland's capital city.

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Motels in Warsaw, Indiana, are nestled in a predominantly rural setting, with easy access to the town's main thoroughfare and the many nearby lakes that offer recreational opportunities. While Warsaw, known as the "Orthopedic Capital of the World," doesn’t contain any five-star hotels or luxury resorts, it does feature relaxed accommodations by dependable brand name chains. In general, services and amenities are basic, but affordable pricing and close proximity to local highways and attractions make these motels a practical choice for budget-conscious travelers.

Super 8 Warsaw

The Super 8 Warsaw is off US Highway 30 and is situated less than two miles from Pike Lake, Winona Lake and Center Lake. Guests can do laps in the property's heated indoor swimming pool, then see an evening show at the nearby Wagon Wheel Playhouse. Plenty of free parking for cars, trucks, buses and RVs is available as is free high-speed wireless Internet access throughout the property. All guests are entitled to a complimentary continental breakfast served daily, while several restaurants like Bob Evans and Bennigan’s, are within walking distance. Handicap accessible rooms and whirlpool suites are available, and all rooms feature expanded cable with HBO. In addition, this motel participates in the Wyndham Rewards program, which allows guests to receive points good toward free night stays and airline miles.

Comfort Inn & Suites

The 71-room Comfort Inn & Suites is just a couple of miles from local points of interest such as Grace College, Warsaw Biblical Gardens and the Jess Prudencio/David Hamrick Hallmark Ornament Museum. Property amenities include a heated indoor pool, sauna, outdoor hot tub, fitness center and well-manicured courtyard with picnic area for social gatherings. A free hot breakfast is served each morning, while a popcorn machine and 24-hour coffee/tea service is also available. Smoking and non-smoking rooms can be requested, each featuring spacious work areas, premium cable TV and multiple phone lines. Some rooms also contain Jacuzzi tubs, microwaves and mini-fridges. Pets who weigh 50 pounds or less can stay for a nominal fee. Additionally, regular guests can earn points through the Choice Privileges rewards program, good toward discounts and free stays.

Hampton Inn Warsaw

The Hampton Inn provides easy accessibility to the City Center as well as recreational haunts like Tippecanoe Lake and Lake Wawasee, where travelers can go swimming, boating, fishing and water-skiing. Guests can make use of a valet laundry service, fitness room, swimming pool, luggage hold and safety deposit box at reception. In addition, corporate travelers have access to a business center with computer and printer, conference rooms and audio-visual equipment rental. Free bottles of water and light breakfasts are offered daily as well as on-the-go breakfast bags; nearby restaurants include the Boathouse and Golden Corral. Most of the property's 82 rooms offer a choice of one king or two queen beds, all with duvet covers, 27-inch cable TVs, easy chairs, ottomans and walk-in showers with WaterPik shower heads. This property does not allow pets of any kind.

Holiday Inn Express

The 100 percent smoke-free Holiday Inn Express is just 30 minutes west of Fort Wayne, while attractions nearby include the City-County Athletic Complex and Village at Winona Lake, offering a variety of shops, restaurants and galleries. The property features dry-cleaning pick-up, copy/fax services, an indoor pool and a health center with treadmills, stationary bikes and step machines. Two meeting rooms with more than 1,300 square feet of space and LCD projectors are also available for business functions. A small breakfast bar is situated off from the lobby, while nearby Noa Noa and the American Table Restaurant serve lunch and dinner. Each of the 76 guest rooms and suites contain a work desk, satellite TV and a microwave.

About the Author

Mark Heidelberger has been writing for more than 22 years, from articles and short stories to novels and screenplays. He is a consummate foodie, loves to travel and has run several businesses, all of which influence his work. He also holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from UCLA.

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