Dolce Hotels and Resorts

  • Luxury Hotel in Downtown Indianapolis Open for Business

    A new four-star hotel has recently opened in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, as part of the CityWay development. Called The Alexander, in honor of Alexander Ralston, the engineer and architect who in 1820 led the creation of the city’s plan, the property offers 157 guest rooms with stunning views of the city, along with 52 extended stay suites. Amenities include a fitness center, multiple restaurants and meeting rooms totaling 16,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space. The new hotel has been developed by Indianapolis-based Buckingham Companies and designed by the Gensler architecture firm. Dolce Hotels and Resorts of Rockleigh, N.J. is managing the property.

    Indianapolis 09 February 2013 02:11

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