New Courtyard to open outside of Indianapolis

A guestroom with two beds
The Courtyard by Marriott Indianapolis West-Speedway will feature 97 guestrooms. Photo credit: Marriott International
The Courtyard by Marriott Indianapolis West-Speedway will open its doors April 12. The 97-room hotel, owned and managed by Indianapolis-based MHG Hotels, will feature an indoor swimming pool, a guest laundry and 1,200 square feet of meeting space.

The hotel, located in Speedway, Ind., is 2.5 miles from the Indiana Motor Speedway and 5.5 miles from Lucas Oil Raceway. Attractions in Indianapolis itself, about 20 minutes away, include the Indiana Convention Center, Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indianapolis Zoo.

The four-story property will feature the Courtyard brand’s latest designs. Guestrooms will offer hybrid zones for working, sleeping, relaxing and getting ready. The lobby has been built to provide guests with an open and modern environment outside their rooms. The hotel’s Bistro will serve a mix of made-to-order breakfast and dinner options, grab-and-go items, cocktails, beer and wine.

A business library also will be available, with access to several computer terminals. Guests who need to print airline boarding passes or check on their flight status will be able to use separate computer stations dedicated solely to those purposes.

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