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Wondering which hotel you should stay at in Indianapolis?
So what did Forbes have to say about the Indy hotel? Well, it seemed to be wowed by the hotel’s “art-inspired ambiance” and amenities.
- The lobby’s Long-Sharp Gallery features rotating exhibitions of work by modern masters and the 18th-floor Gallery Suite boasts original Warhol and Picasso pieces.
- The Warhol-walled presidential Gallery Suite is the Conrad’s largest, but its other standouts are the four art-inspired accommodations, accessible by a private lobby. The pads called “The Collection” comes in pop, modern, contemporary, and surrealism with personalized touches like the Pop Suite’s newspaper-print bedroom wall, Indiana limestone fireplace, and private media library.
- A 15,000-sqft ballroom shows off sphere-studded chandeliers modeled after the Met Opera’s famous fixtures.
- Its Tastings wine bar stocks 200+ vintages from all over the world, available by the sip, glass or bottle. You can enjoy unlimited samples here.