Commonwealth Hotels opens first Marriott in Indianapolis' Plainfield area

Commonwealth Hotels opens first Marriott property in Plainfield Area.
Involved in the design of the property was Yvonne Sears from TDA Interiors out of Cincinnati. Photo credit: Commonwealth Hotels

Commonwealth Hotels opened the SpringHill Suites Indianapolis Plainfield, the first Marriott property in the Plainfield Area.

Yvonne Sears from Cincinnati-based TDA Interiors was involved in the design of the property.

Initially operated as an independent hotel since March 2018, the property opened following a 10-month conversion.

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The 103-suite hotel has a mix of single king and double queen suites. Ten executive king suites were also renovated for those looking for additional amenities. Designed for both new builds and renovated hotels, the refurbished look is SpringHill Suites latest package – “Palettes” fuses form and functionality to promote an attractive and modern décor.

Guests of the former Indianapolis Airport Suites will enjoy new and enhanced amenities across the property. Craft beer and wine are now sold in The Market, the fitness center was enhanced with new equipment, and the meeting space was remodeled to include the back patio for indoor/outdoor events. The lobby and guest suites now have proprietary west elm furniture.

The new SpringHill's GM is Alecia Logan.

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