Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Downtown

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

10 East Market Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46204, United States
Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Downtown
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
50%
169
Very Good
32%
108
Average
11%
37
Poor
3%
13
Terrible
1%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 83% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families81
  • Couples93
  • Solo90
  • Business80

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Indiana..2008

by robbydrum

My wife and I are staying in Indiana for two weeks in June next year,can you recommend some places to visit please?

Re: Indiana..2008

by staindesign

Well clearly you will need to check out indianapolis, since it is the state capital! There is probably a good 2-3 days worth of things to do here. We have great museums, shopping, and restaurants downtown. Also you could check out french lick, they have casinos and good shopping. Another good place to check out is amish acres up by warsaw area, this place is great for its wonderful home cooking, amish history, and during the warmer months you can even go for a buggy ride! Michigan city is great for outlet shopping. There is all the dunes state park which is really nice! I heard people are actually making an extreme sport by snow boarding down the dunes. South bend is great to see Notre dame if you are a fan. Plus if you like studabakers there is a whole museum there dedicated to them. You can always fit in a few days in chicago while you are here. OH another great place to go is brown county if you are in to camping, the state park there is very beautiful! From indianapolis taking 74 you can easily do a day trip to cincinatti, it is about 2 hours at the most. On the north side of the city is kings island. I guess that is most of what i can think of right now. If you have any questions let me know. I am pretty bad about posting info about indiana and indianapolis. Enjoy your trip!

Travel Tips for Indianapolis

Indy 500

by RACCOON1

If you need a driving break and are close to Indianapolis visit the Indy 500 Race Track. . They have good collection of racing cars and you can take a bus ride around the track . Fees are nominal .
One hour should do .

Toll House - Michigan Road

by Toughluck

Indiana Historical Bureau: ID#: 49.1961.3
County: Marion
Title: Toll House / Michigan Road

Marker Text: Operated by Augusta Gravel Road Co., circa 1866-1892. First major state road, built in the 1830's, from the Ohio River to Lake Michigan.
Credit Line: Erected by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America in the State of Indiana, 1961

Directions: 4702 N. Michigan Road/US 421, Indianapolis.

National Park Service Toll House National Register Site

Clover on your Guneiss

by imyogamomma about Claddagh Irish Pub

Get a Guneiss or two, sit and chat for the night. This is a fun place to hang with friends and have a beer. Not a great place for families. We have not gone there for dinner, just for drinks. It is a place we take visitors when they are visiting from other countries.
A place to stop after visiting the Monument Circle or shopping at Nordstrom.

Unique bikes and boats from Wheel Fun Rentals

by Al.S

There are many great opportunities to rent unique cycles and boats. With everything from beach cruisers and mountain bikes, to four wheelers, to surreys that can fit up to eight, the whole family will be happy. Bikes can be rented at the Eagle Creek Park Marina and the White River State Park, and fun boats can be rented at the Canal Walk and the Eagle Creek Park Marina.

Baseball in Indianapolis

by djramey

When attending Indianapolis, one must consider the season it is at the particular time to determine what to see and where. If you visit Indy during baseball season I would recommend above all attending a baseball game at Victory Field.

The Indianapolis Indians, a Triple-A ball club (the level below the Major Leages), play in what has been considered by many to be the top minor league ball diamond in the country. It has been recognized as the "Best Minor League Park in America" by Baseball America and Sports Illustrated. With an excellent view from anyone of the 12,500 seats in the stadium I would recommend bringing a blanket to sit with up to 2,000 others, and plop yourself down in the family oriented grassy knoll just the other side of the outfield fence.

Victory Field draws its name from the Indianapolis Indians’ former home. Originally opened as Perry Stadium in 1931, that ballpark held the name Victory Field from 1942 to 1967 celebrating the United States’ victory in World War II. After being named in honor of former player, manager, and team president Owen J. Bush on August 30, 1967, Bush Stadium closed its gates to professional baseball on July 3, 1996.

Tickets are very cheap and so is the food in this stadium. Expect to spend no more than US$30-40 on a night at the stadium, and that is including ticket prices. Victory Field, an excellent place to watch baseball, is a must hit spot in Indianapolis.

You might also luck into seeing a firework show that happens at various times throughout the year.

Victory Field is within walking distance of Monument Circle, White River Park, and the White River Canal Walk. It is the perfect place to head out before a special walk with someone special.

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Address: 10 East Market Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46204, United States