I was very suprised at just how "Cheap" this hotel was. Modern art on the walls do not make a hotel a "Luxury" property. It was labeled as luxury and this was FAR from it. I have had much better stays at limited service hotels. The walls are paper thin. We could hear the conversations of the people next door and we were kept awake by people talking as they walked by in the hallway. The bed was VERY uncomfortable, as was the furniture in the room. My husband made the comment that they don't want you to stay long! The hotel has only been open for a couple of weeks and the grout in the shower already looks dirty. The breakfast food was okay. It was a buffet with much of the food being cold. COLD is a good word to use to describe the entire hotel. Nothing warm and welcoming about the Alexander.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Alexander, managed by Dolce Hotels, blends design with function in this unique urban hotel. One aspect that sets The Alexander apart from other hotels is its Art Program, curated by the Indianapolis Museum of Art, including 12 artworks created for the hotel by individual artists and a total of 40 works of art displayed in the hotel’s public spaces.Located in the vibrant CityWay neighborhood in downtown Indianapolis, The Alexander is within walking distance of corporations such as Eli Lilly, Rolls Royce, WellPoint and Indiana Farm Bureau. Catch a Colts game at Lucas Oil Stadium, a Pacer’s game or concert at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse, attend a conference at the Indianapolis Convention Center, visit the zoo at White River State Park or head to Monument Circle for a performance by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. ... more less
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