JW Marriott Indianapolis

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Indianapolis, IN Hotel
ChainMarriott International Hotels
Brand
JW Marriott
Built2011
Renovated
Total meeting space9,546 sq. m
Guest rooms1,005
10 S West Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

JW Marriott Indianapolis

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Indianapolis, IN Hotel

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  • 12/15/201912/25/2019
  • 01/02/202001/07/2020
  • 01/19/202001/26/2020

Ratings

AAA
4

Awards

•2019 Top 10 Hotels in America's Midwest- Condé Nast Traveler •2019 Best of Mid America - Meetings Today •2018 Top 100 Meeting Hotels in the USA - CVENT •2018 Best of Mid America - Meetings Today •2018 Top Hotels in the Midwest •2017 #1 Hotel in America’s Midwest- Condé Nast Traveler •2017 Highest Rank in Guest Satisfaction- J.D. Power •2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Winner •2017 Cvent’s Top 100 Meeting Hotels in the USA •2017 Taste of Elegance Awards- Chef Brendon Cheney •2017 #1 Convention City in the U.S. –USA Today •2017 #1 Airport in America- Condé Nast Traveler •2017 Best Places to Travel in 2017-Travel + Leisure •2017 America’s Favorite Cities- Travel + Leisure •2016 #1 Hotel in America’s Midwest- Condé Nast Taveler •2016 The 10 Best Hotels in the U.S. •2016 Best 50 Hotels in the World •2016 Best Hotel Bars in Indianapolis-Thrillist •2016 Best Italian Restaurants in Indianapolis-Thrillist •2016 Best Hotels in Indianapolis- Food and Wine •2016 America’s Favorite Cities- Travel + Leisure •2016 Top 100 Meeting Hotels in the United States- CVENT •2016 Awarded Multiple Distinctions in Meetings & Conventions 2016 Gold Key Awards •2016 Gold Platter Award-Best in F&B •2016 Gold Key Award-Best Green Initiatives •2016 Gold Key Award-Best On-site Support •2016 Gold Key Elite Award-Best Overall Hotel •2016 Gold Key Elite Award-Best Design/Décor •2015 Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame — TripAdvisor •2015 Top 15 Hotels in the Midwest — Condé Nast Traveler's Readers Choice Awards •2015 Gold Platter Award — Meetings and Conventions Magazine

Amenities

Room features and guest services

  • Calls (Toll-free)
  • Concierge services
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail box

Facilities

  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Rental car service
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Spa or salon

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi

Equipment

  • Loading dock
  • Staging area

Photo Gallery

+25

Meeting Space

Total meeting space9,546 sq. m
Meeting rooms54
Largest room3,763 sq. m
Second largest room2,230 sq. m
Exhibit Space1,672 sq. m
Filters

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms1,005
Single (1 bed)343
Double (2 beds)637
Suites25
Tax rate7%
Occupancy rate10%

Photos

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Nearby


Local Attractions

Indianapolis Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium

Convention center
1 minute away
Thanks to a dramatic 2010 expansion, the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium (which are joined by a climate-controlled walkway) now offer a combined 745,000 square feet of exhibit space (nearly doubling the convention center's previous size) making the linked structures one of the nation's largest convention facilities. By itself, the Indiana Convention Center offers 566,000 square feet of exhibit space, plus 83 meeting and ballroom spaces (including the Sagamore Ballroom--which, at 33,000 square feet, qualifies as the Midwest's largest ballroom). The center is connected by enclosed skywalks to more hotel rooms (4,719) than any other convention center in the nation.
100 S. Capital Ave
Indianapolis, IN, US 46224

IMAX 3D Theater & Indiana State Museum

650 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN, US 46204

Georgia Street

Recreation
3 blocks away
Georgia Street’s three-block street and walkway connects the Indiana Convention Center, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Circle Centre, a collection of restaurants, residences, hotels and the historic St. John’s Catholic Church. Whether on your lunch break or visiting for the weekend, you’ll find sports events, food truck festivals and outdoor cafes all along the street.
Georgia Street
Indianapolis, IN, US 46204

Mass Ave Arts District

Shopping
1 mi. away
Known affectionately as Mass Ave, this five-block area is ripe with theaters, restaurants, art galleries, and, most attractively for shoppers, a number of eclectic, independent boutiques. You'll encounter unique finds on each block, from Stout's Shoes (the nation's oldest shoe store, established in 1886), to Silver In The City/At Home In The City (offering silver jewelry and unique gift items), to The Best Chocolate In Town. Venture to the Athenaeum for a stein of German lager in the historic Rathskeller biergarten, try local craft beers at Ralston's Drafthouse, or sip a cocktail at the prohibition-era ball&biscuit. Foodies can indulge in American-modern cuisine at Mesh or take down a platter of tacos at Bakersfield. Take in Indy culture at its finest on Mass Ave, "45 Degrees from Ordinary."
339 Massachusetts Ave.
Indianapolis, IN, US 46204

Victory Field - home of the Indianapolis Indians

501 W. Maryland Street
Indianapolis, IN, US 46225

Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art

500 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN, US 46204

Soilders & Sailors Monument/Monument Circle

Museum
1 mi. away
Recognized as one of the world's outstanding monuments, the structure has come to symbolize both the City of Indianapolis and the state of Indiana. The Soldiers & Sailors Monument is Indiana's official memorial to the Hoosiers that served in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Mexican War, the Civil War, the Frontier Wars and the Spanish-American War. The Limestone used for the monument is gray oolitic limestone from the Romona quarries of Owen County. It stands 284 feet, 6 inches high, only 15 feet shorter than the Statue of Liberty. There are a number of art works either built into the Monument, or placed throughout the grounds. Bruno Schmitz brought with him Rudolf Schwarz. Schwarz was sculptor for the statuary groups "War" and "Peace", "The Dying Soldier", "The Homefront" and the four statues at the corners of the Monument that represents the Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery, and Navy. The Soldiers & Sailors Monument features a Gift Shop and Observation Level. From the Observation Level, visitors have a 360 degree view of the city skyline from 275 feet up. The Observation Level can be reached by climbing 331 steps or riding an elevator 90% of the distance and climbing the remaining 31 steps.
1 Monument Circle
Indianapolis, IN, US 46204

Indianapolis Zoo

Recreation
1 block away
Located downtown in White River State Park, the Indianapolis Zoo is a 64-acre accredited zoo, aquarium, and botanical garden. Since opening in 1964, the zoo takes pride in providing year-round and lifelong recreational learning experiences for its more than 1 million annual visitors and instilling in them a sense of stewardship for Earth's plants and animals. The mission of the Indianapolis Zoo is to empower people and communities, both locally and globally, to advance animal conservation. The primary points where people connect with animals and plants are within the zoo's "biomes," or collection of habitats. Approximately 250 species totaling 2,000 animals and 2,000 varieties of plants are presented together in simulated natural habitats. As visitors travel through the zoo, they go from one fascinating ecological system to another, and they begin to get a sense of appreciation for the diversity of life. Because many people will never have the opportunity to visit an African Savannah or an Asian temperate forest, the zoo immerses guests into these natural environments. For example: touch sharks, race a cheetah, view dolphins from more than 10 feet under water, feed birds as they rest on your shoulder, or elevate yourself into the arboreal world of orangutans. From the arctic land of the penguins and polar bear near the front of the zoo to the realm of the kings of the beasts -- the majestic African lions -- near the far end, a visit to the Indianapolis Zoo is literally a trip around the world! In addition, the zoo's White River Gardens includes a 5,000 square foot conservatory and three acres of beautifully landscaped outdoor garden rooms.
1200 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN, US 46222

Distance from airport

  • 22.53 km from venue

Parking

  • Paid parking$47.00 / day
  • Valet parking$52.00 / day
Affiliated Organizations

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The JW Marriott, a premier Indianapolis convention center hotel, offers 1,005 guest rooms in a 33-story tower and 103,000 square feet of on-site function space. In addition to 54 meeting rooms and within the 103,000 square feet of event space, the JW Marriott Indianapolis houses the 40,500-square-foot JW Grand Ballroom; the 20,600-square-foot White River Ballroom, and 18,500 square feet of exhibit space in Griffin Hall. The JW Grand Ballroom is the largest ballroom in the Midwest and one of the largest Marriott ballrooms in the world. Additionally, the hotel is connected by a sky bridge to the Indiana Convention Center and has two on-site, distinctive dining options, a full-service Starbucks, a state-of-the-art fitness center, an indoor pool and a multi-million dollar public art plaza. All of the guest rooms and suites at the JW Marriott Indy feature luxurious bedding and amenities, 40" LCD televisions and a plug-in panel integrating laptops, MP3 and video players. Boasting a convenient downtown Indianapolis location, the hotel is just steps from over 200 shopping, dining and entertainment options including White River State Park, Lucas Oil Stadium and Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

Cancellation Policy

48 Hours