Decent room, a little small but it had a kitchenette so that was nice. It wa very quiet which was nice. Definitely not updated, but I was just looking for a place to stay for the night so it was perfect.
Choose this hotel for a one night stay. I have stayed at many extended stays across the country and they are usually very good. This hotel was decent. Pros: room amenities were great, the room was big, clean pool, grab and go breakfast was good. Cons: Dirty tub, bed sheets and pillow cases weren't cleaned well, and non-smoking room smelled like smoke. Will choose a different extended stay location on my next trip to this city.
The hotel was very nice and very clean but I had to take cold showers. I never seemed to get hot water. Staff was ok but a little short when you needed assistance or had questions. Overall had no trouble, but I was also given a handicap room when one wasn't necessary.
My son and I (both first-time visitors to Indianapolis} were here to attend the Bloomington Gold event.
While this location isn't as close to the Speedway as I would have liked, the hotel was convenient to everything else.
The hotel is very convenient to all the areas we wanted to visit in the northern Indianapolis suburbs. The Staff was very helpful and friendly, answering all my questions with accurate information and helpful hints. The rooms were very clean and did not have a worn look. Although there was a baseball playoff in the area, the hotel was very quiet even being sold out. The breakfast was OK, nothing special, but filling. There is construction around the area, and the "roundabouts" are interesting.
Carmel, Ind., population 70,000, is a suburb of Indianapolis. The city boasts a thriving economy and Conseco and Pearson Education have their headquarters there. Carmel City Center, “a new downtown” with shopping, office, and residential space near the Art and Design District, will open in early 2010. North Indianapolis is a mostly commercial and residential area.