AmericInn acquires 78-room Holiday Inn in Fishers, Ind.

MINNEAPOLIS, MN. – AmericInn acquired a 78-room Holiday Inn in Fishers, Indiana, that will undergo an extensive renovation and be renamed the AmericInn Hotel & Suites Indianapolis - Northeast. The property will be managed by Three Rivers Hospitality, LLC, the hotel property management arm of Northcott Hospitality.

The 78-room hotel will undergo an extensive renovation including all public areas and guestrooms. The guestroom renovation will include new bedding, carpeting and furniture plus the addition of new 32-inch flat screen televisions. Hallways will receive new carpeting and the renovation will also include the lobby and breakfast room which will feature a contemporary bistro design.

Signature AmericInn services will be introduced into the property including the complimentary AmericInn Perk hot breakfast. The AmericInn Hotel & Suites Indianapolis - Northeast will also offer complimentary high speed wireless internet, business center, indoor pool, fitness center and guest laundry facility.

The property is near major businesses and recreational destinations including Roche Diagnostics, Sallie Mae, Freedom Mortgage, Marsh Headquarters, GMAC, Verizon Wireless Music Center, the Forum at Fishers Ice Arena and Conner Prairie Settlement.

“We are pleased to acquire this hotel property and showcase the AmericInn brand in the vibrant northeast Indianapolis market,” said Paul Kirwin, president and CEO of Northcott Hospitality, the parent company of AmericInn. “The high visibility of this location enhances our brand presence in Indiana and supports our national growth strategy of adding premier properties in key markets,” he added.

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