Choice Hotels International, in collaboration with Indianapolis-based real estate development company Loftus Robinson, opened the WoodSpring Suites Indianapolis–Zionsville. The new hotel is the fifth WoodSpring Suites hotel to open in the Indianapolis region.
"As one of the nation's largest metropolitan areas, Indianapolis has benefitted from consistent growth and a diverse economic landscape, which has helped fuel extended-stay demand and created ample opportunity for WoodSpring development," Ralph Thiergart, VP and general manager, extended-stay brands at Choice Hotels, said in a statement. "The opening of the WoodSpring Suites Indianapolis–Zionsville is an important component of our Midwest expansion strategy, which is experiencing some of the strongest growth in the country. We can't wait to deliver another outstanding extended-stay product to the region."
The four-story, 122-room extended-stay hotel is situated near the North American headquarters of Festool, a global power tool company; Lids, a nationwide apparel company; as well as the local offices of AmerisourceBergen, FedEx and Witham Health Services. It is also close to one of the largest Amazon fulfillment centers in the country, and the future home of one of the Little League Baseball regional headquarters.
As with all WoodSpring Suites hotels, each guestroom suite includes an in-room kitchen equipped with a full-size refrigerator. The WoodSpring Suites Indianapolis–Zionsville also offers deluxe king suites and includes an expanded lobby with a coffee station, a guest laundry room, a fitness center and free Wi-Fi.
The hotel was developed by Loftus Robinson, and is the first WoodSpring Suites to join its portfolio.
"Choice Hotels has been an incredible collaborator, and we're thrilled to team with them to accommodate the region's growing need for extended-stay accommodations by adding this proven brand to our portfolio. The WoodSpring Suites Indianapolis–Zionsville will welcome longer-term travelers, who will be proud to call it their temporary home," Dale Johns, principal developer at Loftus Robinson, said in a statement.