Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Downtown
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- Swimming pool
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Would definately stay there again!
We had the priviledge of staying at the Hilton Garden Inn on 03/12/05
with our family. We stayed in the 2 bedroom suite. We were greeted by Tony who was very helpful and courteous! He helped my daughter find a secure place in the hotel for her concert grand harp and provided us with excellent driving instructions. Upon check out William was very helpful and let our children stay in the room an extra hour while I was tied up in a meeting. The breakfast that came with the room was a buffet and was good. The hotel was located right downtown in the circle center. We would definately stay there again and look forward to the next visit.
We stayed here on Feb.25 while visiting for a Pacer's game. Hotel is very clean and the staff is very friendly. They have a pool, hot tub, and exercise facility in the basement which is very nice. The hotel is within walking distance of Conseco and Circle Centre Mall and to save money park at the Hallmark building on Pennsylvania for $8 a night. For breakfast I would recommend La Peep on the corner of New York and Illinois just about a 5 to 10 minute walk from the hotel. Highly recommend, good value for the price.
Just a cool hotel!
Was in for a friends wedding and the hotel was really cool! Even though I'm from Indy, we stayed to be safe (Reception = Drinks = No Driving)
Very clean, nice hotel. The staff was friendly and very helpfull. Really liked the breakfast in the morning. I'd put my mother in law here anytime!
Someone mentioned parking; we parked in the parking garage across the street from the hotel and paid $8 bucks.
Overall, just a cool hotel!
Friendly Staff, Nice Location
We stayed at the hotel for the first time in December, and we were very pleased. It is literally steps away from Monument Circle, which was great for us as we were there for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Yuletide Celebration at Hilbert Circle Theatre. The bellman and desk person were both friendly and extremely helpful. If you are worried about paying to park, you can park yourself at the nearby Bank One garage, and the hotel will give you parking tokens to pay for parking. Be careful, though - the access to the garage isn't always open. Check with the front desk, or you may end up frustrated. The room was smaller than I anticipated, but it was very nice. Overall, we were extremely pleased
We just returned from a two night stay at the Hilton Garden Inn and had a fabulous experience. We can't say enough about the service and staff at this hotel. It was top quality. The location is convenient for shopping and any type of dining that you desire. We would recommend this hotel without reservation.
Great place to stay in downtown Indy!!!
I did not even know this hotel existed until I saw the reviews here on tripadvisor 3 weeks ago when we needed a place to stay on short notice. I ended up getting a great deal. What a great location!!! A block east of Monument Circle. Definitely a best kept secret. Nice lobby with free coffee by the elevators, chocolate chocolate chip cookies in the evening. Very nice room and bathroom. The desk personnel were very friendly. Only negative is having to pay to park ($12) but that's no biggie.
The Hilton Garden Inn is in a great location to access downtown Indy. My husband and I just spent five days in Indianapolis and never once took our car out of valet parking. The Hilton Garden Inn is a beautiful hotel with friendly staff. We will stay there again.
Thanks to other reviewers for recommending this place! It's fantastic!
Fabulous little hotel, awesome location, clean and attractive, tons of charm, wonderful service, great bedroom/bathroom and right in the best part of town. Absolutely loved it and would not have known a Hilton Garden Inn could be this great if not for the accolades by other reviewers. Thanks for the great tip!
Indy's best kept secret!
Spent New Years eve at the Hilton Garden Inn with my wife and granddaughter and have a GREAT time! If your looking for a great place to spend the weekend, try them out. Staff is very friendly, hotel looks great and the indoor pool was a hit with the granddaughter.
There 2 blocks to Conseco (i think) and 1 or 2 blocks to the Mall. We parked the car and spent 2 nights there and had a great time.
Although we live in Indy, we wanted to treat ourselves without having to drive an hour or two. We will be back in the summer when it's a little warmer outside.
Never had better service
I travel 90% of the work weeks. I stay in a lot of hotels. I have never been treated as well over the course of a multi-day stay. The desk staff was unflaggingly friendly and professional, calling me by name both on the phone and upon sight during the entire course of my stay here. The complementary HHHonors Breakfast included made-to-order eggs and kind and professionally attentive servers and chef. The decor was stunning. 27 million spent on renovating a 1900 era building shows in the long stretches of marble floors and the vaulted ceilings. If you go to Indianapolis, stay at this hotel.
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