Hotel and City Information

Updated Hotel Information (September 2, 2015)

The JW Marriott is now sold out on the three (3) peak nights of the 2015 Conference - Wednesday, October 14 through Friday, October 16.

A block of overflow rooms has been reserved at the Courtyard Marriott Indianapolis Downtown, at a rate of $175 per night. The Courtyard, located at 601 W. Washington St., is directly connected to the JW Marriott so you will be able to access all conference events without going outside. 

Rooms are available for Tuesday night, October 13 – Friday night, October 16 at the Courtyard.  To reserve a room at the Courtyard, click here to reserve online or call 866-704-2643.

If you require a room on Saturday night, October 17, a limited number are still available at the JW Marriott, so we encourage you to book them quickly. You may consider booking your initial nights at the Courtyard and your Saturday night stay at the JW Marriott given the proximity of the two hotel locations.  Please note that we have been advised that most downtown Indianapolis hotels are now sold out on Saturday night, October 17 due to the highly-anticipated Colts/Patriots NFL game on Sunday, October 18.

To reserve a room on Saturday night at the JW Marriott, click here to reserve online or call (866) 704-6162.

About Indianapolis

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As one of the country's most walkable cities, Indianapolis already promotes active, healthy travel. But numerous parks, paths and recreational amenities make Indy conducive to hosting energetic visitors of all ages and ability.

Tour the new 8-mile bicycle and pedestrian-friendly Cultural Trail that connects visitors to hotels, restaurants, attractions and cultural districts. The trail is lined with art and landscaping, leading it to garner international attention as a model for urban revitalization. Tours and shared bicycles are conveniently available throughout downtown, with a rental station just across the street from the host hotel.

The JW Marriott is located in the heart of White River State Park, which offers 250 acres of green space and attractions, including the NCAA Hall of Champions, Indianapolis Zoo, and Indiana State Museum.

ActiveIndy Tours offers seven guided walking, biking and jogging tours that show off highlights of the city. More guided walking tours are available through Indiana Landmarks, and self-guided tours are available at

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