INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- (Marketwire) -- 01/31/13 -- Flowers and chocolates are nice, but a romantic getaway for two is even better. This Valentine's Day, guests at the Indianapolis Marriott East can pamper their sweetheart with a special Romance Package.
With this Indianapolis hotel package, enjoy a weekend night's stay that's sure to score extra points with a partner and leave money left over for those chocolates and flowers, too. Available through February 15, 2013, this Valentine's Day offer includes deluxe overnight accommodations, chocolate-covered strawberries, champagne and breakfast for two.
After a morning of made-to-order waffles and omelets at this hotel near downtown Indianapolis, head out to explore the area, or pick up a last-minute gift at nearby Indianapolis Keystone Crossing, home to nearly 100 retailers including Tiffany & Co, Godiva, Nordstrom and The Art of Shaving.
There is, of course, no need to leave the comfort of these Indianapolis hotel suites, where guests can relax in front of a 37-inch flat-screen TV, or sleep in on the luxurious bed, outfitted with crisp linens and a pillow-top mattress. For a glass of wine or a good meal, this hotel's Skylight Bistro & Wine Bar is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion. Afterward, cozy up in front of a fire on the outdoor patio, or enjoy the fresh air and lush greenery of the main lobby's living wall, home to almost 300 live tropical plants.
To book the Romance Package at this Indianapolis, Indiana hotel, visit www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/inddt-indianapolis-marriott-east/, or call 1-800-228-9290 in the U.S. Enter or mention the promotional code LVU when booking. Rates start as low as $169 a night.
About the Indianapolis Marriott East
After a $30-million renovation, the Indianapolis Marriott East offers one of the most stylish destinations near downtown. Crowned by a glowing glass roof with 66 skylights, this pet-friendly hotel features modern decor, thoughtful amenities and a convenient location just a 10-minute drive from downtown. At the heart of this business-friendly hotel is the great room. With its flexible space, ever-changing natural light and earthy textures, this common room is where guests come to work, relax, meet and mingle. A wine wall displays various local offerings, while a living wall, in the main entry, features nearly 300 live tropical plants. The largest of its kind in central Indiana, at 140 sq. ft., the wall is also a natural air filter. Enjoy the fresh air outside with a seat around one of the firepits or on the fountain-side patio. The thoughtful touches continue in the guestrooms, which feature high-speed Internet access, beds topped with plush mattresses, luxurious linens and soft pillows, a 37-inch flat-screen TV and bathroom with European showerhead and spa-quality products. The great room is also home to this hotel's three-meal dining concept, which includes two private dining rooms, Freedom Hall and the aptly named Skylight Bistro & Wine Bar. For the health-conscious, the Indianapolis Marriott East offers a fitness center, heated indoor pool and whirlpool. The renovation also expanded this hotel's flexible event space, which now tops off at 75,000 sq. ft. Nearby, explore race-car driving at Indianapolis Motor Speedway or shop top retailers at Indianapolis Keystone Crossing.
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Indianapolis Marriott East
7202 East 21st Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46219
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