With a stay at The Canterbury Hotel Indianapolis, you'll be centrally located in Indianapolis, steps from Circle Center Mall and Indiana Convention Center. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Soldiers and Sailors Monument and Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Make yourself at home in one of the 99 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and complimentary weekday newspapers, as well as direct-dial phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a 24-hour fitness facility, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and a concierge desk. Additional features include shopping on site and complimentary use of a nearby fitness facility.
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, business services, and audiovisual equipment. Planning an event in Indianapolis? This hotel has 2673 square feet (248 square meters) of space consisting of small meeting rooms and banquet facilities. Parking (subject to charges) is available onsite, and additional parking (subject to charges) can be found nearby.
Take a good look at Flanagan's massively monstrous myriad of menu items before ordering, lest you act in haste and be forced to repent by swapping plates with strangers. Start boldly with a hot, crispy, taste-bud-pummeling order of bacon and cheese fries ($5.99) before making the primary decision. For traditional pub eating, there is a half-pound bacon cheeseburger, chargrilled into submission and trapped between crispy bacon and your choice of cheddar, Swiss, jack, pepper jack, American, or mozzarella (served with fries, $7.49). For traditional lobster eating, there is lobster-stuffed ravioli ($12.99). Or opt for the O'Baby back ribs, the meatiest of O'Baby parts, broiled, braised, and served with a side of baby French fries cut mercilessly from the mother potato ($16.99 for a full slab, $11.99 half).
Frontier Restaurant and Bar serves up generous portions of regional American nosh to please the palates and geographic senses of cross-country taste travelers. Hungry guests flock to the smoke-free family dining area for home-cooked creations, and parched patrons hankering for a libation head to the full-service bar area. Bun enthusiasts can wrap their paws around a classic, grilled-to-order Frontier burger ($4.99–$6.99), or anchor incisors into a german bologna sandwich ($6.99) with pepperjack cheese melted by a Bavarian flamethrower.
Bob's 19th Hole, opened in 1976 by Robert and Vickie Schroeder, boasts an eclectic menu of classic family eats and a panoply of fresh, handmade burgers. Take a swing at a basic hamburger (a $6.29 value) or cheeseburger (a $6.99 value), or power-up with a patty covered in sautéed mushrooms and melted swiss cheese (a $7.99 value), perfect for postmatch hunger busting or for use as a bargaining chip with a course ranger. The nacho burger—10 ounces of ground chuck beef slathered in nacho cheese (an $8.99 value)—excites timid taste buds, and the Ultimate burger glides to gullets topped with crisp fried onions, lettuce, tomato, pickles, bacon, and Bob's special sauce (an $8.99 value). All burger platters arrive at tables sporting a dapper fez and flanked by a choice of potato and a side dish, such as baked beans, applesauce, or coleslaw.
Hardwood floors, a bar stretching nearly the entire length of the venue and exposed brick walls keep this Scottish pub from being pretentious, even though it is located on Massachusetts Avenue in the upscale Theatre and Arts District of Indianapolis’ downtown. Garage door style windows help to keep the casual, cool attitude, rolling up in milder temperatures for people watching and to enjoy the light breeze. High ceilings and artwork enhance the historic building’s décor, while craft beer, a well-appointed wine list and an affordable Scotch menu round out the slew of offerings at the full bar. Haggis, Scottish eggs, sausage rolls, mince and tatties, cheesy beans on toast and turnips secure the authenticity of the Scottish fare.
Keystone Sports Review, known as KSR to its loyal clientele, has been pairing hearty eats with televised sports for 22 years. Eight HDTVs broadcast MLB games, golf, and tennis, illuminating tables laden with thin-crust pizzas and chicken wings drenched in one of 11 spicy or sweet sauces. Finger foods, such as fried pickles and mozzarella sticks, provide salty accompaniment to steaks, sandwiches, and salads, and a digital jukebox provides musical accompaniment to the terrible sound of your date chewing.