The 34-story JW Marriott Indianapolis Downtown debuts tomorrow (February 4), completing the Marriott Place development project that occupies seven acres along the west side of downtown Indianapolis.
The Marriott Place development, totaling 2,248 guest rooms, includes the Courtyard by Marriott Indianapolis Downtown, SpringHill Suites by Marriott Indianapolis Downtown, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Indianapolis Downtown and the Marriott Indianapolis Downtown. All are connected to the newly renovated and expanded Indiana Convention Center.
In addition to 54 meeting rooms and 104,000 square feet of event space, the JW Marriott Indianapolis also houses a 40,500-square-foot Grand Ballroom, the largest hotel ballroom in the U.S. Midwest.
"The Marriott Place Indianapolis hotel complex is an integral component to the city's overall strategic tourism growth," said Michael Browning, chairman of the board for the Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association. "The Indiana Convention Center's recent expansion, a new airport, new stadium hosting the Super Bowl and now touting the world's largest JW Marriott--Indianapolis has arrived on the national tourism scene and is the envy of destinations across the nation. The city's overall compact convention package continues to attract new customers, with more hotel rooms connected into our convention center via skywalks than any other city in the U.S."