Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

Address: 1 South Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46204, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Central Indianapolis area of Indianapolis, is near Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indiana State Museum, and Indiana Repertory Theatre.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

    Stay at another downtown hotel

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    The Hyatt in Downtown Indy is not worth the money. I'd suggest the Westin Downtown or the Marriott Downtown. All of them are well located.

    Great Location - nice room

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    Very satisfied with our room and with this hotel -once we got settled. Would have given them the highest score except for the fact that the front desk staff on duty was not very helpful. One front desk staff member was unfamiliar with local attractions and gave us misinformation (and didn't bother to confirm with his colleagues. Fortunately, we did get the correct information from the bellman before we set out.) The location was perfect - you can walk through the "habitrail tunnels" to get to shopping and movies without having to go outside in the cold. The fitness center was terrific. No waiting for treadmills! We will definitely stay here again.

    Hyatt Indianapolis a Gold Passport to Downtown

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    My husband and I were able to stay at the Hyatt Indianapolis Downtown using our Gold Passport points. The Hotel Staff was accomodating, and the room was on the 19th floor looking over a fountain courtyard, and side of the convention center. We chose to stay at the Hyatt due to close proximity to the Victory Field, stadium for the Indianapolis Indians. After the ballgame (10:00 PM) we came back to the hotel and wanted to get a late dinner in the Champs Sports Bar in the Hotel. It was small and smokey, so we chose to walk a couple blocks to the Marriott Hotel and go to the Champions Sports Bar for after game drinks and sandwiches. Other than the the Sports Bar in the Hyatt the overnight stay at the Hyatt was good. Room was clean. Bathroom was stocked with ammentities and there is even a fridge in the room (along with coffee pot). All in all the Hyatt Indianapolis Downtown is a great location. Suggestion to all sign up for the Gold Passport Service with Hyatt, before you know it you will have a free overnight stay. Great perk!

    Very Nice Hotel

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    Have stayed at this hotel on two separate occasions. It is very nice. The atrium is impressive and the glass elevators have a waterfall on the outside of them. The rooms are typical of this class of hotel. Nothing too fancy about them, but nice and clean. No problems whatsoever. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Location is GREAT - you can easily walk to anyplace you want to go in the downtown area. Close proximity to the Capital building too. Didn't bother checking out the restaurants or bars in the hotel - Indy's downtown is the place to explore! Highly recommended hotel.

    Adequate

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    This hotel was adequate. I would have to acknowledge that it is very conveniently located with inside bridges that connect to the convention center and the mall.

    Not a bad place to stay at the right price.

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    Only negative was a really bad smell in the hall when we walked to our room (carpet?). We stayed on the 12th floor. Great view of fountain across street next to the Westin. Hyatt is right in the heart of downtown Indy. Can get to Circle Centre Mall without venturing outside in bad weather. Lots of restaurants around to choose from. But parking is $11 a night with no in/out privileges.

    Great Location -- stay away from floor 16

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    We spent last weekend (May 21 - 24) at the Hyatt Regency while in town for the Olympic Trials - Wrestling. The hotel was overall a very nice place with updated rooms, however the first two nights we stayed in a room that was in a hallway that smelled terrible (room 1614)! We called the front desk to inform them and they had housekeeping spray air freshener to cover it up. The result was a hall that smelled like a mix of nausiating flower scent and mildew. We asked for our to be changed, but the hotel was booked for 2 of the 3 nights. On our last night they moved us to a much nicer room with a great view. The location to EVERYTHING downtown is great and I would stay here again, however, I would say stay clear of the 16th floor!!

    Loved the Hyatt

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    Stayed at the Hyatt over the weekend for a Pacers game and it was great! Everything looked brand new and what an awesome view of the beautiful downtown buildings! Our kids LOVED the indoor pool and it was a nice way to relax in the morning before check out. Friendly, courteous staff were knowledgable about the area. Conseco and Hard Rock within walking. This was a great experience!

    Loved the Hyatt

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    I stayed at the Hyatt in February 2004. Boy has it changed since the last time I was in Indy! The rooms have been renovated and look great.

    Comfy beds, unstocked fridges and lots of light for working. They are the only hotel downtown with free high speed internet access (although it's not wireless). The staff was very friendly! The lobby isn't new, so you can't tell how great the rest of the hotel is just by walking in the door. Nice people, nice experience.

    It was nice

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    I recently spent 2 nights in the Hyatt while attending the North American Christian Convention. The staff was very friendly and helpful.

    The room had a nice view and was a nice size. The hotel is older and you can tell by the condition of the ceramic tile in the restroom. It was clean, but the grout was stained and not very pleasant to look at.

    They could do with some renovating to help perk up the apperance. A little pricey, but overall a pleasant experience.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Indianapolis

    Day 27

    A travel blog entry by springramble2 on Jun 06, 2015

    44 photos

    ... And of course, it’s late on a Saturday and dealerships are closed on Sunday. It certainly made for a very warm drive between St. Louis and Indianapolis. After we rested a bit at the motel, we went out for dinner and when we drove back to the motel, the A/C was working again. Don’t know what that’s all about, but hopefully it will keep working till we get ...

    I am indy

    A travel blog entry by renataandsteve on May 26, 2015

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    Steve and I had breakfast at Hoaglin- peanut butter stuffed French toast, and an avocado eggs Benedict. and then meandered down Mass Ave, shopping and window shopping. We experienced a walk up Starbucks window in a beautiful park- got caught kissing by the barista! Steve found a Tibetan singing bowl and ...

    Day Three – The Indy 500

    A travel blog entry by meckley on May 24, 2015

    14 photos

    We got up earlier today. We made it in pretty early. The parade and prerace activities were still two hours away. I bee-lined it to the CPS room. I wanted the 100 – 400 mm zoom. After getting the lens, we went to our seats in the Paddock stands.

    Our seats were under the awning and restricted our vision, but kept us out of the sun. There were some prerace activities that we could not see, but we had a great ...

    Day Two – Legends Day

    A travel blog entry by meckley on May 23, 2015

    27 photos

    We got there very early. Yesterday scared us. We really didn't have any waiting until we got to the racetrack. We parked right behind the suites behind the pit garages on the north side. Not sooner than we stepped out of the car, a cart came to pick us up.

    We went to the museum parking lot, where the old Indycars were displayed. Some of the cars were getting ready for their laps around the track. We ...

    Day One – Carb Day

    A travel blog entry by meckley on May 22, 2015

    16 photos

    Many, many years ago, the race cars had carburetors instead of fuel injectors. They would run the cars a few days before the race to make sure the carburetors were setup correctly. Hence, the name Carb Day. Now it is really just the last day of practice before the big race!

    Mom and dad are not as spry as they used to be. They slept in a little longer than usual. Yesterday's drive must have really tired them out! The later start had ...

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