3 hotels open in Indiana

Sprague Hotel Developers owns and manages the new Residence Inn by Marriott Indianapolis South/Greenwood. Photo credit: Marriott International

A Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton and two Marriott International hotels have opened in Indiana during the past couple of weeks. 

White Lodging opened the 136-room Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Fort Wayne Downtown last week. The hotel features two food-and-beverage concepts: Burger Bar and the open-air bar Conner’s Rooftop. The hotel is located immediately adjacent to Parkview Field and the Grand Wayne Convention Center. Amenities include a rooftop fitness center and a 47-person meeting space.

Earlier last week, the Fairfield by Marriott Inn & Suites Franklin opened. Amenities include an indoor swimming pool, a fitness center and a 536-square-foot meeting space. Nearby points of interest include Franklin College, Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center, the Johnson County National Guard and historic Artcraft Theatre. Franklin Hotel Associates, which includes Jart Properties, owns the hotel and General Hotels Corportation manages it.

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The 94-suite Residence Inn by Marriott Indianapolis South/Greenwood opened two weeks ago. Located 17 miles from downtown Indianapolis and 21 miles from the Indianapolis International Airport, the hotel provides guests convenient access to the Franciscan Health Indianapolis Hospital, the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium, the Indianapolis Zoo and the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. The hotel includes a 24-hour food-and-beverage market, a guest laundry room, an indoor pool, a fitness center, a full-service bar and a meeting room. Sprague Hotel Developers owns and manages the hotel.

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