INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- (Marketwire) -- 02/27/13 -- Keeping guests happy is the number-one priority of the Indianapolis Marriott East, and part of that means keeping them safe. For guests of this Indianapolis, Indiana hotel, the thought of safety never crosses their mind -- all thanks to the hotel's expert security team, led by Steven Stalnaker of Stalnaker Security Services.
While downtown Indianapolis has recently witnessed a few incidents, this hotel near the Indianapolis Convention Center offers a location in the suburbs that's far away enough to be safe and quiet yet close enough to be convenient for whatever brings visitors to the city.
Stalnaker's onsite office allows him to oversee security throughout the property and gives guests peace of mind when booking their stay at this Indianapolis pet-friendly hotel. Stalnaker, a present-day reserve deputy marshal, brings years of experience to the hotel, including 30 years of contract security management, 25 years in law enforcement and 24 years with the Marion County sheriff's office, where he remains deputized. He has been a consultant to the Indiana Homeland Security Director and provides security to a professional NFL team, Landmark Properties, The Precedent Office Park, Lockerbie Marketplace and Cassidy Turley. At the Indianapolis Marriott East, Stalnaker combines police and security personnel for patrols.
Professional security lets guests of these Indianapolis hotel suites rest easy, but it's not the only thing that makes a stay here relaxing. Accommodations were designed for comfort with luxuriously appointed beds, spa-quality bathroom amenities and a 37-inch flat-screen TV. Working guests will find everything they need to be productive, including a desk, coffee/tea service and high-speed Internet access. When it's time to unwind, a fitness center and indoor heated pool offer an escape from the day.
To learn more about the Indianapolis Marriott East, visit www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/inddt-indianapolis-marriott-east/.
About the Indianapolis Marriott East
At the heart of many happy homes is a cozy living room, where friends and family gather to work, relax and share their day. The Indianapolis Marriott East has brought this feeling of home to the heart of its downtown hotel, where guests can work, mingle and meet in its new great-room lobby. After a $30-million renovation, this stylish hotel brings the energy and aesthetic of a cosmopolitan city to a serene location just 10 minutes from downtown Indianapolis. Its glass roof glows with 66 skylights, and a living wall in the entrance 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. The flexible great room is accented by ever-changing natural light, earthy textures and a wine wall, creating an inviting space for guests to gather. When the weather is nice, get some fresh air on the outside patio, featuring a fire pit and fountain. Guest rooms at this pet-friendly hotel offer amenities including a 37-inch flat-screen TV, high-speed Internet access, desk, coffee/tea service, spa-quality bathroom amenities and a bed dressed with fine linens, soft pillows and a plush mattress. In-room dining is available, but the hotel's Freedom Hall and Skylight Bistro & Wine Bar offer casual dining throughout the day; two private dining rooms are perfect for special occasions and meetings. For meetings with a larger guest list, explore the hotel's 75,000 square feet of flexible event space. Looking for action or relaxation? Visit the fitness center, whirlpool and indoor heated pool. Nearby attractions include races at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and shopping at Indianapolis Keystone Crossing.
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Indianapolis Marriott East
7202 East 21st Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219
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