The MMC host hotel in 2020 will be The Westin Indianapolis.
Reserve your hotel room today to get the discounted rate!
Last Day to Book: October 18, 2020
241 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
November 9-11, 2020
$189 per night.
Valet Parking: Valet services with pick up at front drive and in/out privileges. $49 Per Day Rate
On-Site Parking: $44 Per Day
Self-Parking: Off Washington St. past the Courtyard and SpringHill Suites hotels – 2nd entrance off of Maryland St.
Gate Ten at Lucas Oil Stadium: $18 for One Day, $33 for Two Days (entry and exit privileges and overnight parking included in daily rate)
Location: Across the street from Lucas Oil Stadium (300 feet) and about six blocks from Indiana Convention Center. Shuttle services from parking lot to convention center available. Click here for more information about parking in the Gate Ten lot.
** All parking prices are subject to change, please double check pricing to ensure nothing’s been increased prior to arrival.
Additional Overnight Parking Options
World Wonders (Circle Centre): 24 Hour Self Parking…$20 Overnight
Location: 1/2 block from hotel at Maryland and Illinois Street. Clearance: 8’2″
Plaza Park: Self Parking…$22 Overnight
Location: One block South on Capitol. Clearance: 6’9″. Open 24 hours on Friday & Saturday.
Capitol Commons: 24 Hour Self Parking…$28 Overnight
Location: Entrance across from Hyatt on Capitol Ave. Clearance: 6’8′
Lucas Oil Stadium, lots 3 & 4: Call 317-916-1760 for rates and availability. Lot open for large vehicles.
Location: South and Missouri St.
Visitors to Indianapolis will encounter remarkable experiences that will inspire, thrill, captivate and fascinate. From new neighborhoods and family activities to some of the biggest sporting events of the year, only-in-Indy experiences are sure to surprise. Right outside your hotel door, you’ll find The Cultural Trail, a new foot and bike trail that connects all of downtown Indianapolis’ cultural districts, including Fletcher Place. This up and coming neighborhood has the hottest chefs, local food markets, art installations and shops in Indianapolis.
Nearby White River State Park (WRSP to its friends) offers a unique blend of green space and cultural attractions, including the the Indianapolis Zoo; White River Gardens; the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art; the NCAA Hall of Champions; the IMAX Theater; the Indiana State Museum; Victory Field and a premier outdoor concert venue, Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park.
With the city of Indianapolis as one of the country’s biggest family friendly destinations, you don’t want to miss several exhibits available to visitors. The world’s largest Children’s Museum has recently introduced Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience with 12 outdoor sports experiences and 3 indoor exhibits encompassing physical fitness and awe-inspiring sports history. Touch sharks, race a cheetah, view dolphins from more than 10 feet under water, and feed birds as they rest on your shoulder at the nation’s top ten zoo, the Indianapolis Zoo. You can also look forward to a 10,000 square foot Treetop Outpost at Conner Prairie, a Smithsonian-affiliated interactive history park.
To find out more about things to do during the Midwest Multifamily Conference, check out VisitIndy.com.