The Best Boutique Hotels in Indianapolis

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Those looking for accommodations in the Midwest will find great options in Indianapolis. Between the Colts’ stadium and its big-little-city feel, there’s something for everyone to enjoy over a long weekend in this Indiana capitol.

Caribbean Cove Hotel & Water Park

Those stuck in the Midwest without access to a beach will enjoy a stay at the Caribbean Cove Hotel & Water Park. Perfect for families looking for a quick and inexpensive getaway, guests will have access to several on-site restaurants including Café St. Paul where kids eat free. Nightly rates for the hotel start at $103 for a standard room and climb up to $275 for family packages, and guests can include water park passes with their hotel stay as well. The water park has plunge pools, water slides, a shipwreck area and more, making it the perfect environment for a children’s party.

Sybaris Pool Suites Indianapolis

After taking the kids to a water park, adults can enjoy a romantic night or two at Sybaris Pool Suites Indianapolis. Known for its luxurious suites, each with its own private heated swimming pool, this hotel is perfect for those looking to get away with their significant other without spending too much. Rates start at $119 for a standard room, and its location outside main downtown Indianapolis makes for a secluded and quiet stay. Each room also includes wireless internet, a mini-bar, massage chairs, and a fireplace.

Omni Severin Hotel

A famous brand such as Omni is always a good option, and the Omni Severin Hotel is no different. Modern amenities meet history in this classic Indianapolis hotel where guests will enjoy luxury bedding, marble bathrooms, fluffy bathrobes, and an excellent on-site restaurant for every meal of the day. Rates begin at $209 per night during the high season. Guests can enjoy nearby attractions such as the Circle Centre for shopping and the Crackers Comedy Club. The Omni Severin Hotel is also close to Lucas Oil Stadium where Colts fans will want to be near during football season.

The Columbia Club

Business travelers and football fans in Indianapolis for a night or two will find a perfect stay with the Columbia Club. With rates starting at $227 per night, luxury amenities are to be expected and include Egyptian sheets, complimentary Wi-Fi, and a fitness center. Nearby attractions include Monument Circle, Christ Church Cathedral, and restaurants and shopping in downtown Indianapolis. Golfers will enjoy the hotel’s partnership with a nearby golf club as well as the convenience of the onsite restaurant.

Stone Soup Inn

Stone Soup Inn’s façade is as cute as it sounds, with blue panels lining the house displaying its Victorian architecture while maintaining fresh and modern comforts on the inside, such as cable TV and wired internet. Charm oozes from every corner of this bed and breakfast right in the city. Get a snack from the butler’s pantry, schedule a massage, or enjoy the nearby restaurants or theater. Rates are reasonable starting at $85 per night and guests will enjoy the daily breakfast offered by the inn.

Samantha is currently working with Hipmunk on the #HipmunkCityLove project. Check out some of her latest posts for more hotel and travel tips from Hipmunk!

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