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.
The number of tourism and hospitality jobs in Indianapolis also grew—from 77,800 in 2015 to 80,600 in 2016, according to the report.
The bill would guarantee homeowners the ability to rent out their primary residence on websites such as Airbnb.
Plus “Come From Away,” “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “The Play That Goes Wrong,” “Miss Saigon” and “A Bronx Tale.”
A legislative study panel has recommended that lawmakers block local governments from adopting what it calls "any undue restrictions" on using someone's primary residence as a short-term rental.
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail was supposed to be a nice city amenity and promote a healthy lifestyle among downtown residents and visitors. But it’s become much more.
The 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship game is expected to have a $150 million economic impact on Indianapolis.
Officials from Fishers and Noblesville, which share ownership of the 37-mile railroad corridor with Hamilton County, voted Monday morning to select the only bidder that plans to use just the northern part of the track. Hamilton County officials abstained from the vote.
For vacation this year, I took a trek to Verona, Ilyria, Broadway and a tropical island that housed buried treasure.
The Carmel Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday approved spending $20,000 per month for hospitality industry advice that could help it bring an Autograph Collection hotel to the City Center project.
A mascot museum, a hydroplane race and new sections of an existing southern Indiana cave are among the newest adventures awaiting tourists.
The 315-room hotel, built in 1998 at Keystone at the Crossing, now boasts several amenities and improvements that give it a more modern feel.
The Indianapolis Downtown Restaurant & Hospitality Association is making big adjustments to its “Devour” events starting next year, the organization announced Monday.
Being the first black reporter at IBJ, the Smithsonian’s new African-American museum spoke to me in a special way. But it can also speak to people of any race—as long as they’re willing to listen.