Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Northeast/Fishers

Fishers, IN Hotel
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Hilton Garden Inn
Total Meeting Space100 sq. m
Guest Rooms110
9785 North by Northeast Blvd
Fishers, IN 46037

Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Northeast/Fishers

Fishers, IN Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Restaurant


  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Whirlpool

Image Gallery

Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space100 sq. m
Meeting Rooms3
Largest Room116 sq. m
Second Largest Room58 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms110
Singles (1 Bed)68
Doubles (2 Beds)42
Single (1 Bed) Rate$129.00 – $164.00
Double (2 Beds) Rate$129.00 – $164.00
Tax Rate7%
Occupancy Rate5%



Local Attractions

Klipsch Music Center

10 mi. away
The Klipsch Music Center[1] (formerly Verizon Wireless Music Center and originally known as Deer Creek Music Center) is an outdoor amphitheater, owned by Live Nation, located in Noblesville, Indiana. The center is the largest outdoor music venue in the Indianapolis metropolitan area of central Indiana, with 6,000 seats under a pavilion and 18,000 general admission lawn seats. It is used mainly for large concerts, but is also frequently a host for high school graduations and political rallies. It opened in 1989 at a site along Sand Creek just north of Exit 10 on Interstate 69 near the junction of former Indiana State Route 238 (at the time also known as Greenfield Avenue; now rebuilt and renamed as Southeastern Parkway), 146th Street, and Boden Road. The Klipsch Music Center is a large open-air concert venue capable of hosting live, high-profile concerts and outdoor music festivals, including Projekt Revolution, Ozzfest, Crüe Fest, Lilith Fair, The Vans Warped Tour, The Mayhem Festival and Farm Aid. The Grateful Dead performed on July 2, 1995. During their visit, a number of fans stormed a rear fence, attempting to enter without paid admission. As a result, The Dead's last concert at the facility, the following night, was canceled. Musician Keller Williams memorialized this gate-crashing event in his song, "Gate Crashers Suck."' Phish performed and recorded their show, on August 13, 1996, which was later released as a live album, entitled Live Phish Volume 12. Rihanna was scheduled to perform during her Last Girl on Earth Tour on August 3, 2010, with Ke$ha and Travie McCoy as her opening acts, but the show was cancelled due to low ticket sales.
12880 E 146th Street
Noblesville, IN, US 46060

Eiteljorg Museum

20 mi. away
The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art is located in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, and houses an extensive collection of Native American art, as well as Western American paintings and sculptures collected by businessman and philanthropist Harrison Eiteljorg (1903–1997). The museum houses one of the finest collections of Native contemporary art in the World. The museum is currently part of Indianapolis's White River State Park which also houses the neighboring Indiana State Museum, the Indianapolis Zoo, the White River Gardens, NCAA Hall of Champions, Victory Field and Military Park. The museum offers free parking to its visitors in the White River State Park Garage. The Gund Gallery has an appreciable collection of paintings and bronzes by: Frederic Remington and Charles Russell. It also has paintings by: George Winter, Thomas Hill, Albert Bierstadt, Charles King, and Olaf Seltzer. In another room, there is a large collection of paintings by New Mexico-associated painters such as: Joseph Sharp, Victor Higgins, Ernest Blumenschein ("Penitentes"), John Sloan, and Georgia O'Keeffe ("Taos Pueblo"). In June 2005 the museum opened an extensive expansion that doubled the public space of the museum by adding three new galleries, the Sky City Cafe, an education center, outdoor gardens, and event space. The new galleries include two galleries dedicated to the museum extensive contemporary art collection. The collection includes works by T.C. Cannon, Kay WalkingStick, Andy Warhol and many more. The other gallery added in the expansion is the Gund Gallery of Western Art. This gallery is dedicated to the 57-piece collection of traditional Western art donated to the museum by the George Gund Family.
500 W Washington St
Indianapolis, IN, US 46204

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

17 mi. away
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, located in Speedway, Indiana (an enclave suburb of Indianapolis) in the United States, is the home of the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race and the Brickyard 400. It has existed since 1909, and is the original Speedway, the first racing facility so named. With a permanent seating capacity for an estimated 257,325 people, it is the highest-capacity stadium-type facility in the world. Considered relatively flat by American standards, the track is a two-and-a-half-mile, nearly rectangular oval with dimensions that have remained essentially unchanged since its inception: four 1/4-mile turns, two 5/8-mile long straightaways between the fourth and first turns and the second and third turns, and two 1/8-mile short straightaways, termed "short chutes," between the first and second, and third and fourth turns. A modern infield road course was constructed between 1998 and 2000, incorporating the western and southern portions of the oval (including the southwest turn) to create a 2.605-mile (4.192 km) track. In 2008, the road course was modified to replace the southwest turn with an additional infield section, for motorcycle use, resulting in a 2.621-mile (4.218 km) course. Altogether, the current grounds have expanded from an original 320 acres (1.3 km2) on which the Speedway was first built to cover an area of over 559 acres (2.3 km2). Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1987, it currently remains the only such landmark to be affiliated with automotive racing history.
4790 W 16th Street
Indianapolis, IN, US 46222

Indiana Museum of Art

12 mi. away
The Indianapolis Museum of Art (known colloquially as the IMA) is an encyclopedic art museum located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The museum, which underwent a $74 million expansion in 2005, is located on a 152-acre (0.62 km2) campus on the near northwest area outside downtown Indianapolis, northwest of Crown Hill Cemetery. The Indianapolis Museum of Art is the ninth oldest and eighth largest encyclopedic art museum in the United States. The permanent collection comprises over 54,000 works, including African, American, Asian, and European pieces. Significant areas of the collection include: Neo-Impressionist paintings; Japanese paintings of the Edo period; Chinese ceramics and bronzes; paintings, sculptures, and prints by Paul Gauguin and the Pont-Aven School; a large number of works by J. M. W. Turner; and a growing contemporary art collection. Other areas of emphasis include textiles and fashion arts as well as a recent focus on modern design.
4000 Michigan Road
Indianapolis, IN, US 46208

Lucas Oil Stadium

20 mi. away
Lucas Oil Stadium is a multi-purpose sports stadium in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The stadium celebrated its grand opening on August 24, 2008, and its ribbon-cutting ceremony August 16, 2008. It replaced the RCA Dome as the home field of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts. The stadium was constructed to allow the removal of the RCA Dome and expansion of the Indiana Convention Center on its site. The stadium hosted Super Bowl XLVI in 2012. The stadium is on the south side of South Street, the block south of the site of the former RCA Dome. The stadium is often referred to as "The House That Manning Built" or "The Luke", much to the dismay of the Lucas Oil company.
500 S Capitol Ave
Indianapolis, IN, US 46225

Indiana State Museum

19 mi. away
The Indiana State Museum is a museum located within White River State Park in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. The museum houses exhibits on the science, art, culture, and history of Indiana from prehistoric times up to the present day. The museum is also the site of the state's largest IMAX theater. The museum was started in 1862 by then-state librarian R. Deloss Brown as a natural history collection. For many years, the museum was located in various rooms in the state Capitol building in Indianapolis. It was moved into its first permanent home in the old Indianapolis City Hall building at 202 N. Alabama Street in 1967. The Indiana State Museum Society was established in 1969 as a private fund-raising support organization. The museum moved to its current location, a new building at 650 W. Washington Street, on May 22, 2002. The building on the Indiana Central Canal in White River State Park cost about $105 million.
650 W Washington St
Indianapolis, IN, US 46204

Indiana State Fair Grounds

10 mi. away
The Indiana State Fair is an annual fair held in Indianapolis, Indiana, usually in the month of August. The first fair was held in 1881 and the 2009 fair had the highest number of attendees at 973,902. The state fair buildings and grounds are used for a variety of other shows when the fair is not being held. The largest building at the fairgrounds is the Pepsi Coliseum, formerly known as the Indiana State Fair Coliseum, where the Indiana Ice usually play. In February 1851, at the urging of agricultural promoter Governor Joseph A. Wright, the Indiana General Assembly passed an act intended "to encourage agriculture" growth in the state, which also included the formation of a State Board of Agriculture. A primary goal of the Board was to organize an Indiana State Fair. On October 20–22 1852, the first State Fair was held in downtown Indianapolis at the Marion County Fairgrounds. Indiana became the sixth state to begin holding an annual state-wide agricultural fair. During the American Civil War, the county fairgrounds was converted into Camp Morton, a prison camp for captured Confederate soldiers. During the war years no state fair was held, but it was resumed again in 1865 and held in Fort Wayne. The gates opened at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on East 38th Street for the first time on September 19, 1892. Since then, the fair has continually been held in Indianapolis.
1202 E 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN, US 46205

Indianapolis Zoo

15 mi. away
The Indianapolis Zoo is located in White River State Park downtown, and since opening in 1964, it has grown into a world-class facility hosting a million visitors each year and playing a major role in worldwide conservation and research, including accomplishing the world’s first successful artificial insemination of an African elephant. The Indianapolis Zoo was the first attraction triple accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and the American Association of Museums as a zoo, an aquarium and a botanic garden. White River Gardens is part of the Zoo and continues it's tradition of of connecting animals, plants and people. This stunningly beautiful 3.3-acre landmark botanical attraction combines the best of gardening ideas, plant information and inspirational design to serve the needs of all visitors.
1200 West Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN, US 46222

Distance from Airport

  • 46.67 km from Venue


Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Northeast/Fishers focuses on what guests have said they need and want most while traveling, this property will offer quality accommodations, amenities and services in a comfortable atmosphere designed for both the business and leisure traveler. Hilton Garden Inn hotels deliver the highest degree of service and cost savings without sacrificing the quality associated with the Hilton name. This is the difference between limited service hotels and the “focused – service” Hilton Garden Inn. Our focused-service is anything but limited service.


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