If you are traveling to Indianapolis, keep a few things in mind and a mask on your face. With the ease in lockdown and reopening of the “Crossroads of America”, Indianapolis. A lot of places from restaurants to parks, to retail stores, malls, and public basketball courts are all open for running the business. However, seeing the current situation, high-risk individuals should continue to stay out of public places unless vitally necessary.
As outlined by the CDC, one must follow these rules while getting in or out of the city.
- Wash hands often, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
- Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
- Sneeze into a tissue or cough into your elbow
- Consult with a doctor before traveling when sick
- Avoid contact with people who are sick or experiencing similar symptoms
- Be aware of the latest travel advisories from the CDC
- Get a flu vaccine
- Take everyday precautions to stop the spread of germs and maintain good hygiene practices
- Take antiviral if prescribed by a doctor
If you are flying by air, the authority at Indianapolis airport is working hard to ensure the health and well-being of the public using the facilities during this ever-evolving health situation.
What are hotels doing?
Hotels in the Indy city are performing proactive strategies, following CDC guidelines, and monitoring the information from local governments as they manage to control the infection with the safety of hotel guests being of supreme concern.
Where to stay in Indianapolis?
At this time when many budget hotels are seeing an unprecedented drop in the number of visitors and are struggling to keep from closing, the OYO hotels in Indianapolis are welcoming new guests at the OYO Hotel Indianapolis International Airport, the property is located at a distance of 7.8 miles from the Indianapolis Airport. I loved the place as soon as I walked in. It has a sleek design with plenty of stylish decors at the lobby to lounge. The front desk looks clean, chic. The rooms are spacious and have a contemporary outlook with attached bathrooms. The rooms are comfortable with all the amenities such as a swimming pool, free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, parking facility, and list seems endless!
A lot of landmarks are close from here to museums to international markets and much more. The areas close to this OYO Hotel are full of attractions with the most famous attractions being Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Hall of Fame.
Indianapolis can be a fabulous destination for a weekend getaway!
Also, don’t forget to explore one of Indianapolis’s greatest neighborhoods, the Mass Ave! This is Indy’s original arts and culture district, and the area is full of exceptional restaurants, indifferent indie stores, and nightlife.
As the hotel and traveling operations resumed there in August, I had an opportunity to check it out just weeks after its re-opening. Overall I was pleasantly surprised by my short time in
Indianapolis. The city is exciting than I expected, and I can see myself returning for a longer visit in the future. Hopefully, my experience will only amplify your reasons to visit Indianapolis soon.