You Can Always Sleep On A Train, But Not Like This


Indianapolis is famous for a implausible sports teams, personification horde to a Indy 500 and being one of a happiest cities in a U.S. for college grads. So if you’re looking to revisit anytime soon, do we have a hotel for you.

The Crowne Plaza during Historic Union Station is located in a heart of downtown and according to a hotel spokesperson, it facilities something found in no other hotel in a universe — totally renovated trains.


The 13 Pullman sight cars are a partial of a 273-room hotel, that was assembled in a sight strew in 1986. The trains themselves are from 1920.

“There is no other hotel in a universe that has sight cars inside a earthy structure of a hotel,” hotel orator J.J. DeBrosse told HuffPost Travel in an email.




The cars typically cost about $20 some-more than a customary room (usually trimming from $189 – $209), and there’s even a renouned Pullman Train Car package for two. (The dusk includes “a regretful downtown carriage ride.”)

Each automobile is named after a important figure, including Amelia Earhart, Charlie Chaplin, Winston Churchill and Greta Garbo. According to DeBrosse, any automobile has dual bedrooms for a sum of 26 sight automobile rooms.

We’re headed to Indy, stat. All aboard!

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