Embassy Suites opens location near Indianapolis airport

The new Embassy Suites by Hilton Plainfield Indianapolis Airport offers 174 two-room and studio accommodations. Photo credit: Hilton

Embassy Suites by Hilton has opened a new hotel near Indianapolis International Airport. The Embassy Suites by Hilton Plainfield Indianapolis Airport, owned and managed by Sun Development & Management Corporation, marks the fourth location for the brand in the greater Indianapolis area.

The all-suite hotel offers 174 two-room and studio accommodations, each outfitted with a large high-definition TV, mini-fridge and microwave. Two-room suites also include a living area, a sofa bed, a second HDTV and a private bedroom. All rooms come with free Wi-Fi.

The property offers free made-to-order breakfast every morning and complimentary drinks and appetizers every evening. Guests can find more substantial food and local beer at the hotel’s restaurant Local Kitchen & Tap. Other amenities here include 30,000 square feet of meeting space, a 24-hour convenience market, a 24-hour business center, a 24-hour fitness center, an indoor pool and an outdoor space with a pond, boardwalk and patios.

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“The dual convenience to Indianapolis International Airport and proximity to downtown provides the ideal location for business travelers attending a conference or for families exploring all that the city has to offer,” Alan Roberts, global head for Embassy Suites by Hilton, said in a statement. Nearby attractions include Lucas Oil Stadium, Bankers Life Fieldhouse and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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