Le Meridien IndianapolisI had driven to Virginia to pick up some World War 2 items since shipping them would have been exceptionally difficult, and after 30 hours on the road, I was just exhausted. So I decided to stop for the night in Indianapolis and found a few hotels with attractive rates. The Le Meridien was one of them, and I do like them a lot due to their modern but chill vibe, so there I went.
ArrivalAfter driving through numerous construction areas and discovering the interstate was closed in Indianapolis, I arrived to a huge traffic jam downtown. It seemed everyone wanted to cruise the city or attend the massive number of events going on.
I valeted my car since well, it was insane there and I was tired. Keith took care of the car promptly. There wasn't a bellman on duty, so I brought my stuff in myself.
The RoomMy Marriott Titanium status got me an executive king on the top floor. Given my history over 15 years with Marriott, I didn't expect much from a room labeled as such, but it was an outstanding room.
FacilitiesThe hotel has a gym, lounge area, restaurant, bar, and a floor of event space. Also there are two secret areas I got to visit while I was there.
SummaryJust a delightful hotel. The rooms are nice, clean, and bright. The service was great, and the staff very attentive. I ate dinner and breakfast in S&S; it was great both times.
Tips: Get a room far from the elevator if you can, the doors are not soundproof. Rates with breakfast included are not what I would recommend; just purchase the food directly.