Indianapolis

Must See
Downtown Indy Canal Walk

In downtown Indianapolis, you can sail down a canal while someone paddles the kayak onwards at the Downtown Indy canal Walk. Pedal boat and kayak rentals are available to float along the waters and travel from one side to another to get a view of the city that many people do not see. An unsuspected 17-ft waterfall also awaits visitors, as well as historic churches and some of the best architecture in Indianapolis.

White River State Park

As America’s only cultural urban state park, White River State Park offers a unique blend of green space (Military Park, the Central Canal andWhite River itself) and cultural attractions – including the Indianapolis Zoo; White River Gardens; the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art; the NCAA Hall of Champions; the IMAX Theater; the Indiana State Museum; Victory Field; and a premier outdoor concert venue, Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park..  

Must Stay
The Alexander

Nestled in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, The Alexander features outstanding business amenities, 157 stunning guest rooms, 52 extended stay suites, and an emphasis on art and design. Guests can take advantage of a fitness center, multiple restaurants, and 16,500 square feet of indoor/outdoor event space. The Alexander offers a refreshing dose of local color and flavor and promises a unique experience for passionate travelers.

Visit: Plat 99 – The Alexander’s Mixology Lounge pulsates with vibrant, colorful energy.

Try the Game Day Brunch in the Market Table for the 2018 NFL season to enjoy an awesome Game Day Brunch before you head over to Lucas Oil Stadium. Available each home Colts game from 10:00am to 1:00pm. 

Le Meridien Indianapolis

Le Méridien Indianapolis stands in the heart of the business, shopping, and dining district. Nearby is the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, an urban bike and pedestrian path connecting downtown to important areas. Energizing spaces include the complimentary 24-hour fitness centre and the lively atmosphere of the lobby Hub. The hotel is conveniently connected to Circle Centre Mall and the Indiana Convention Center.

Must Savor
Cerulean

This brightly lit establishment is like a scene from a magazine. Their white-on-wood decor matched with the crisp appearance of their dishes and glasses is highly picturesque. Both a lunch and dinner menu is available at Cerulean and includes fine dishes, like Alaskan black cod which is roasted with cauliflower, kohlrabi, dill, cilantro, kombu mussels. House cocktails and wine by the glass begin at lunch as well as non-alcoholic beverages like coffee, Voss still water, soft drinks, and lemonade.

The Rathskeller

Rathskeller has a beautiful rustic dining room that perfectly accompanies their award-wining menu, which is filled with German cuisine and other delights, such as steak and vegetarian options. The Kellerbar is a welcomed addition to the Rathskeller establishment and includes its 12 imported beers and over 50 imported bottled beers from Germany, the United Kingdom, and continental Europe. For wine drinkers, they have a long list of white wines, red wines, and champagne from countries like Italy, Argentina, and Spain.

Alley Cat Lounge

Alley Cat Lounge is Broad Ripple’s oldest neighborhood bar and known as ‘Indy’s Favorite Dive Bar’. Their full bar and extensive drinks menu is among the things that make this place amazing. Their reasonable prices keep guests coming back for more as does their charming staff and welcoming atmosphere. Unsurprisingly, its location is a major attraction as well.

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