This hotel exceeded my expectations. Staff very friendly, responsive. Room was spacious with sectional couch/sleeper bed & sitting area. Bed space was separated by a wall for privacy. Housekeeping services were excellent, room very clean. Small details that made it special were drawers at the bathroom sink & the hair dryer in a cloth bag in one of
the drawers. Breakfast was excellent, plentiful. This will be my hotel if choice when I come back to Indianapolis.
Location off the highway. Hotel restaurant was pricey and no place to eat within walking distance. Wi-fi was not free. Room was comfortable but small. Beds were very comfy. Pool was neat offering indoor and outdoor access. Free cookies at check in.
It was OK. We needed a convenient place to stay for the conference we were attending.
There was quite a lot of road construction near the hotel.
The toilet was a bit annoying - as didn't work properly.
We have been staying in Carmel over Labor Day weekend for many years, and have tried many of the hotels. We like Holiday Inn as well or better than any of them. Very clean, great location. I would indeed recommend.
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.