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  Avon Hotels – Hotels in Avon tend to be of the practical variety. The fact that the Indianapolis International Airport and Speedway, the Indy  suburb that is inundated by auto racing fans on a regular basis, are both situated less than ten miles away probably accounts for the relative paucity of hotels in Avon.
  Beech Grove Hotels – There are plenty of Indianapolis hotels around the perimeter of Beech Grove, a smallish suburb that occupies the southeast corner of inner Indy. Whether you’re looking for a small, unassuming room to rent or one of the finest hostelries in the world, you can find it within a radius of only a few miles from Beech Grove.
  Brownsburg Hotels – Many visitors to Central Indiana prefer to stay in Brownsburg hotels when they come to region. Visitors can get to their hotel from the airport without dealing with the headache of traffic in Indianapolis, and rates for Brownsburg hotels are cheaper than those in many Indianapolis hotels.
  Camby Hotels – Though Camby is your typical small town in the Heartland of Central Indiana, it resides only a few miles from the southwest border of Indianapolis and is even closer to the much-traveled Indianapolis International Airport. This means, not surprisingly, that there are literally no hotels in Camby, but there are several only a few minutes away in neighboring Indy and Plainfield.
  Carmel Hotels – Carmel, Indiana, the rapidly-expanding, upscale suburb just north of Indianapolis, not only boasts a number of fine Carmel hotels within the city limits, but is also surrounded by dozens of inns residing in other Indiana cities quite nearby.
  Cicero Hotels – Wee Cicero, an Indianapolis suburb about fifteen minutes to the north of the Indiana  capital city, has no hotels to boast of. But within a few miles in all directions of Cicero, the weary traveler can find some outstanding Central Indiana hotels in which to rejuvenate.
  Clayton Hotels – In a town of under 1,000 stalwart residents, such as Clayton, Indiana, you really don’t expect to see any hotels, or even motels, for that matter. There is, somewhat surprisingly, a motel/hotel in Clayton, and the tiny Midwest town is also surrounded by other Indianapolis suburbs with numerous choices for Indiana hotels.
  Danville Hotels – Danville does have one lodging option within the town proper: the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds. Tourists wanting to stay out in the open or rough it a little bit can pitch a tent, pull up an RV, or use the fairground’s facilities for a rustic evening out.
  Edinburgh Hotels – The city of Edinburgh, Indiana, located about a half-hour south of Indianapolis, shares its Edinburgh hotels with Franklin and Taylorsville. There are many more Indiana hotels in Columbus, Indiana, some fifteen minutes south of Edinburgh, and of course, all the grand Indianapolis hotels are well within reach.
  Fishers Hotels – More and more visitors keep flooding in to Fishers to take part in its growing tourist trade, and Fishers hotels are popping up all over the place to accommodate the crush of people rushing in to visit Fishers; there’s a Fishers hotel for any budget, any purpose, and any area.
  Fortville Hotels – The Ivy House Bed and Breakfast, Fortville’s sole place to stay, is considered one of the luxury hotels of greater Indianapolis, and is also part of the history of Fortville itself, and one of the reasons people visit the northeast Indy suburb.
  Franklin Hotels – Hotels in the mid-sized, Midwestern town of Franklin, Indiana are abundant, varied and agreeable. With a minimal amount of research, you’ll find a Franklin hotel that suits your needs as perfectly as your pocket.
  Greenfield Hotels – There are many different Greenfield hotels to choose from for every budget. Some have distractions for Greenfield children, some have close proximity to Greenfield health facilities and downtown Greenfield, and all provide a good respite from the fun activities you’ll be enjoying in this small Midwestern town.
  Greenwood Hotels – Hotels, motels and lodgings of all kinds are easy to find in Greenwood, Indiana, and if you don’t mind driving to any number of other nearby Indy satellites, such as Whiteland, Cumberland, Southport or Homecroft (all just minutes away), you will increase your lodging options exponentially.
  Indianapolis Hotels- The Indianapolis downtown hotels are not only some of the best hotels in Indianapolis, they are some of the finest in the world. Whether you are participating in the vast mechanism of Indianapolis businesses or enjoying the fun downtown Indianapolis attractions, you will enjoy a comfortable stay being pampered at one of the excellent downtown Indianapolis hotels.

  Ingalls Hotels – Many of the diminutive burgs (including Ingalls) close to the big city have no hotels or motels, and really require none. The reason is that within a five, ten or twenty mile radius from these towns, there are plenty of other cities in Indiana that do have nice hotels and other places to stay, such as bed and breakfast establishments.
  Lawrence Hotels – There are a few Lawrence hotels serving the area; most these places are chain hotels or small, locally owned Lawrence businesses that cater to people passing through the area or visiting relatives.
  Martinsville Hotels – The population of Martinsville is approximately 12,000, and they are well-served by the salt-of-the-earth Martinsville hotels and motels around town. Mention must be made, however, of the historic and lovely Victorian Rose Inn, a bed and breakfast just some ten miles down the road in Morgantown.
  Noblesville Hotels – Since there’s so many things to do in Noblesville, the town has a pretty big tourist trade; Noblesville hotels are plentiful and varied; options for lodging in Noblesville include the Fairfield Inn and Suites, Super 8, the Picket Gate Bed & Breakfast, and more.
  Plainfield Hotels – Since it is nearby the Indianapolis International Airport, Plainfield hotels are often full of visitors who want a quieter stay and cheaper rates than they’ll get in an Indianapolis hotel. Plainfield hotels include Baymont Inn & Suites, Comfort Inn, Hampton Inn, and many more.
  Shelbyville Hotels – Shelbyville hotels are plentiful. There are a wide range of different hotels in Shelbyville; no matter your budget, you can find a good Shelbyville hotel room near all the sights and sounds of this Indiana city.
  Speedway Hotels – One of the most unique Speedway hotels used to also be one of the most unique hotels and golf facilities in Indiana and throughout the United States: The Brickyard Crossing Golf Course Resort and Hotel.
  Zionsville Hotels – Like any town of moderate size, Zionsville has plenty of different hotels for every wallet size, room preference, and type of person. Some Zionsville hotels are located in downtown Zionsville, right in the midst of all the fun Zionsville things to do, and others are located along the highway, between Zionsville and its host city, Indianapolis.

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