Metro Resources tapped for $1.5M Wyndham Indianapolis West renovation

The 407-room, Wyndham Indianapolis West started a $1.5-million renovation to upgrade 35,000 square feet of event space and public space.  The owner of the hotel, Nexus Hospitality of Scranton, Pa., chose Metro Resources to complete the renovation project. The company specializes in construction management and general contracting services.

For the redesign, the property selected a neutral and warm palette. The hotel's lobby is being transformed with new front desk "pods" to allow for more open interaction with guests.

With nearly 35,000 square feet of meeting and banquet facilities, the Wyndham Indianapolis West offers some of the largest hotel ballrooms in Indianapolis. The hotel has the 9,400-square-foot Hall of Champions, the 8,122-square-foot Golden Ballroom, the 3,840-square-foot Fortune Square Ballroom, as well as meeting rooms and dedicated exhibit areas. The Wyndham Indianapolis West can accommodate events of eight to 800 people. Dedicated conference services staff is also available.

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Guests enjoy the seasonal outdoor swimming pool, sun deck and the complimentary 24-hour fitness center. For dining, available are Nicolino's Restaurant and the lounge, with seating for 82 guests in Nicolino's and 97 guests in the lounge. There is also a private dining room, the Library, with the venue accommodating up to 20 guests. Nic's Breakfast Dining has seating for 78 guests. Groups have the option of renting a private night club called Brickyard at the hotel. Brickyard is able to host up to 195 guests.

The Wyndham Indianapolis West is located at 2544 Executive Drive, Indianapolis, Ind.

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