Blue Sky Hospitality Solutions Opens Delta Hotels By Marriott Indianapolis Airport

USA, Indianapolis, Indiana. February 25, 2020

David L. Fincannon, CHA, chief operating officer of Blue Sky Hospitality Solutions (BSHS), announced today the opening of the 240-room Delta Hotels by Marriott Indianapolis Airport.

"We continue to seek opportunities to grow our portfolio of full- and selective-service, all-suite and extended-stay hotels from the world's leading brands," said Naveen Shah, CEO, BSHS. "This marks our second Delta Hotel in the Indianapolis marketplace, allowing for shared economies of scale and best practices. Our familiarity with the market and the brand will allow the hotel to ramp up quickly as Marriott continues the global expansion of Delta."

Located at 5860 Fortune Circle West, just seven miles from the award-winning Indianapolis International Airport and eight miles from downtown Indianapolis, the hotel is a short distance from numerous local attractions. With shuttle service to/from the award- winning Indianapolis International Airport, the Delta Hotels by Marriott Indianapolis Airport is near Lucas Oil Stadium, The Indianapolis Zoo and the Indianapolis Children's Museum. Additional attractions include Eli Lilly, Rolls Royce, Indiana University and Purdue University.

The property features myriad amenities, including complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, free bottled water and hydration stations located throughout the hotel. Guests can enjoy a state-of-the-art fitness center designed with all new equipment, including Cross Fit space and cardiovascular machines, which will allow guests to stay fit while on the road. The hotel has 5,193 sq. ft. of meeting space, including a 4,370 sq. ft. ballroom and two smaller boardrooms. Dining options include a Delta Pantry for quick bites and sundries, Starbucks and the Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, providing quality craft beers, great food and good times.

Delta is a member of the award-winning Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program. Guests can gain exclusive access to even more digital features through the Marriott Mobile app when they book direct, including mobile check-in and checkout, keyless entry and Mobile Requests to make their travel experience seamless. Marriott Rewards members also will earn points for their stay at Delta Hotels and can redeem for hotel stays across the Marriott Bonvoy portfolio of brands.

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