Best Western Fishers/Indianapolis Area Hotel Now Open in Fishers, Indiana

USA, Fishers, Indiana. April 08, 2021

Best Western® Hotels & Resorts announces the opening of the newly renovated Best Western Fishers/Indianapolis Area, located at 9790 North by Northeast Boulevard in Fishers, Indiana. Owned by Deven Patel, the hotel recently underwent a $3M renovation and features 126 spacious guest rooms and 11 suites.

Amenities at the Best Western Fishers/Indianapolis Area include complimentary hot breakfast, a state-of-the-art fitness center and an outdoor pool. The hotel also offers free wireless internet and has onsite guest laundry. Each newly renovated room is equipped with a large flat-screen television, microwave and mini fridge. Business travelers will enjoy access to the new onsite business center which offers complimentary printing, faxing, and scanning. With two onsite meeting rooms, the hotel offers an ideal location for corporate meetings.

"We are thrilled to join the Best Western brand, which is known and respected for its commitment to delivering the highest degree of hospitality and unmatched value," said Deven Patel, Owner of the Best Western Fishers/Indianapolis Area. "This property is an exceptional lodging option for guests traveling to the Indianapolis area for business or leisure."

The Best Western Fishers/Indianapolis Area is conveniently located just fifteen minutes from downtown Indianapolis and offers easy access to local attractions and businesses, including Grand Park Sports Complex, Ruoff Music Center, Lucas Oil Stadium, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Butler University, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Conner Prairie Living History Museum and more.

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