Hotel Carmichael, an Autograph Collection Hotel Opens in Carmel, Indiana

USA, Carmel, Indiana. September 09, 2020

Hotel Carmichael has officially opened its doors joining Autograph Collection. The 122-room, six-story luxurious hotel located at 1 Carmichael Square, is owned by CCC Boutique Hotel, LLC and managed by Coury Hospitality of Kansas City, Missouri.

Situated next to The Palladium, one of the greatest concert halls of its time and along the Monon Trail, the downtown Carmel hotel offers guests convenient access to Midtown Plaza, the Center for Performing Arts, Clay Terrace, Peace Water Winery and Sugar Creek Vineyard & Winery. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, the stunning hotel is just a short drive from downtown Indianapolis, Lucas Oil Stadium, Banker's Life Fieldhouse and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

"Hotel Carmichael is designed to inspire a journey through history with all the modern-day amenities a traveler desires," said Jamie Hopwood, general manager, Hotel Carmichael. "Our unique property is a point of cultural and creative discovery in the heart of the center of Carmel. With stories to tell, Hotel Carmichael is set to surprise, entertain, and inspire with a storybook experience."

Each modern and luxurious guest room and suite features classical décor, upscale furnishings and a chandelier in every room. When it is time to unwind, Hotel Carmichael offers the latest in-room entertainment technology, allowing guests to access their Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime and HBO Go accounts, through the HDTV. Other room amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, iPhone docking stations, Amazon Echos and mini chillers.

Hotel Carmichael will implement new company-wide guidelines required by the Marriott Global Cleanliness Council. Enhanced health and safety standards include:

- The hotel has designated an On-Property Cleanliness Champion and update training and protocols for all associates.

- Additions to the cleaning regimen designed to set an even higher standard of cleanliness for the property.

- All associates will wear a face covering as a part of their uniform.

Hotel Carmichael showcases Vivante, an elegant full-service restaurant serving French fare, Adagio, our intimate lobby lounge and Feinstein's Cabaret, a live music and entertainment venue offering an elevated menu and upscale bar program. For events, the hotel offers a total of 4,498 square feet of space.

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