We know there are a lot of people just itching to go on a trip right now, so Sarah Dandashy, award-winning concierge and travel expert has some information on the do’s and don’ts of post-lockdown travel, what to expect and recommendations on where to stay for trips within driving distance of Indy.
Road Trips from Indianapolis
Cincinnati, Ohio – 1 hour, 45 minutes
This new hotel is located within a classic 1909 building, The Lytle Park Hotel, Autograph Collection honors its roots in the Lytle Park Historic District in Cincinnati, with park-inspired designs. Their rooftop deck with a retractable roof and separate ‘zones’ for socially distant enjoyment. Local attractions welcome visitors like the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden which reopen on June 17 features a dynamic location for your travels.
Huntsville – 3 hours
There are plenty of activities to explore in this Southern city. Attractions currently open like The Huntsville Museum of Art, Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment, Burritt on the Mountain, and Cathedral Caverns State Park offer plenty to explore. Stay at the Element Huntsville which has a complimentary breakfast and is located nearby Huntsville Botanical Garden and Big Spring Park.
Nashville, Tennessee – 4 hours 15 minutes
Gaylord Opryland Resort has SoundWaves™ Water Attraction, a 4-acre upscale indoor/outdoor resort water attraction. Guests who purchase a special overnight package can chill and thrill at SoundWaves with a wave pool with 37 ft video screen, a double FlowRider®, multi-level play structures, toddler activity area, lazy and rapids rivers, multiple winding waterslides and adults-only exclusive pools and bars. The resort features nine acres of lush indoor gardens, dozens of waterfalls and winding pathways, and guests will discover a variety of happenings including live music, indoor flatboat rides, fountain & light shows, scavenger hunt; hotel, garden and art tours and Gaylord Springs Golf Links.
For more information visit the Marriott website.
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