a traveler from Travelocity.com
on October 25, 2011
The majority of the hotels in Indianapolis were booked due to several events happening the days I stayed. It was certainly not my first choice of hotels but it was better than staying at a really cheap motel (which by the way were readily available). Since my stay was very, very last minute, the choices of rooms were slim picking. I know I had reserved a suite with 2 double beds; however, upon arrival discovered it was a suite with one large (yet very comfortable) king bed. Unfortunately, it turned out it was a smoking room and you could still smell the linger of smoke. Not an enjoyable smell but I dealt with it. Also, the free breakfast is a free breakfast. I think they served "bacon" and sausage links and had a hot to-order breakfast. I guess for what you're paying, you might as well take advantage of this breakfast. I have stayed at better Embassy Suites so this one in Indianapolis is kind of sub-par. I guess if there were no other choices, I would choose this hotel over any motel. But I am a hotel snob.
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