The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says Brown County State Park and its Abe Martin Lodge will remain closed because of a lack of a potable water supply caused by recent heavy rainfall.
The world's biggest hotel company will soon start taking reservations through its website for 2,000 homes in 100 markets in the United States, Europe and Latin America.
The Indiana Dunes—the national park, state park and surrounding areas—offer a variety of outdoor experiences, including swimming, bird watching, biking, hiking, fishing and camping. Outside the Dunes, Porter County also offers unique experiences.
Already, area tourism offices are receiving phone calls from people across the country who want to plan a visit. And CNN stopped by this month to tape a tourism special about the area.
Ironworks Hotel Indy, which opened on the city’s north side in September 2017, joins only seven other hotels in the city to earn the coveted designation.
Indiana is one step closer to closing what lawmakers have described as a loophole in online sales and hotel tax collection, but online travel sites oppose the legislation.
Some of the biggest hotel operators in Indianapolis say the city would not be able to absorb the 800-room and 600-room hotels planned by Kite Realty Group Trust alongside the proposed expansion of the Indiana Convention Center at Pan Am Plaza.
A record 28.8 million people visited the Indianapolis in 2017, generating a $5.4 billion economic impact, according to figures released Wednesday afternoon by Visit Indy as part of its State of Tourism event.
Attendance for this year’s Red Bull Air Race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was down only slightly from a year ago. The event was in the third year of a three-year contract, but IMS officials aren’t ruling out a return.
The mammoth hotel and conference center abruptly closed last year, leaving a huge hole in the Michigan Road corridor south of I-465. Drury Hotels wants a tax break from the city for its plans to fill it.
Fishers-based audio marketing technology company Vibenomics Inc. on Tuesday announced it has signed deals with the Indianapolis Airport Authority and Downtown Indy Inc. to provide custom audio packages.
When you’re trying to communicate with a taxi driver in Tokyo or pick the right cold medicine in France, there’s only so much that rudimentary language skills, or a helpful concierge, can do to help.
Scooter rental service Bird has changed its mind about maintaining operations in Indianapolis while it waits for city officials to come up with an ordinance regulating such businesses.
The Indiana Transportation Museum had asked the court to issue a preliminary injunction allowing it another 18 to 24 months before it had to exit its longtime home at Forest Park.
Throughout the state, event planners, attraction programmers, restaurateurs, tourism commissions and many more—from small towns to not-quite-as-big-as-Indy cities—are working hard to offer new amenities.
Before a recent death on a Southwest Airlines flight, the last time someone died as a result of an accident on a U.S. carrier was nine years ago, when a commuter plane, Colgan Air Flight 3407, crashed into a house while trying to land in Buffalo, New York, killing 50 people.
Popular travel website TripAdvisor on Tuesday said it has included the landmark at 650 N. Meridian St. on its list of “America’s 20 Most Beautiful Churches, Cathedrals & Basilicas Worth Visiting.”
Indiana is the fourth state, following Florida, Idaho and Arizona, to approve statewide standards for short-term rentals.
Legislation limiting regulation of short-term rentals by local governments has been approved by Indiana lawmakers and is on its way to Gov. Eric Holcomb's desk.
Shaking things up at a time its growth has been slowin, the lodging-sharing service is dispatching inspectors to rate thousands of the properties it lists in an effort to reassure travelers they’re booking nice places to stay.