COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN
Website | 1150 South Harrison Street | Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802 | 260-490-3629 | Fax 260-490-7608
The Courtyard Fort Wayne Downtown, connected to the Grand Wayne Convention Center, with 24/7 Starbucks and overlooking Parkview Field is the largest hotel in Fort Wayne with over 6,000 sq ft of meeting space and 250 modern guest rooms. Conveniently located next to Fort Wayne’s finest attractions, the Embassy Theatre, Botanical Conservatory, Children’s Museum, or Children’s Zoo, our prime downtown location can’t be beat. All our guest rooms include luxury Revive Bedding package, microwave and mini-fridge, free WiFi, LCD TVs and room service. Start your day with a healthy breakfast and Starbuck’s coffee in our Bistro. For dinner and fun, Champions Restaurant & Sports Bar is right on-site, offering 30 HDTVs. Host your next event in one of our seven meeting rooms, impressive ballroom or several social spaces including our outdoor courtyard patio with fire pits. From eco-friendly meeting options to full-service catering, the amenities at our downtown hotel in Fort Wayne Indiana offer an unmatched experience.
HILTON AT THE GRAND WAYNE CONVENTION CENTER
Website | 1020 South Calhoun Street | Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802 | 260-420-1100 | Fax 260-424-7775
The award-winning Hilton Fort Wayne, Indiana hotel is located in the heart of downtown, connected to the Grand Wayne Convention Center and features every comfort that both business and leisure travelers appreciate and deserve. Our Fort Wayne, IN hotel guests will find that our attention to detail and outstanding service are both evident from the moment they enter into the exquisitely decorated lobby.
BED & BREAKFAST INNS
LASALLE BED AND BREAKFAST ROOMS AND SUITES
Website | 517 West Washington Boulevard | Fort Wayne, IN 46802 | phone (260) 422-0851 | toll free (877) 422-0851
Enjoy your stay at downtown Fort Wayne’s only bed and breakfast inn. Choose from the historic elegance of the top-value LaSalle Bed & Breakfast Inn or stay at our sister property, the House Spa, where luxury and relaxation surround you. You will discover economy amid the LaSalle’s European décor, where you’ll also find many wonderful pieces of art and items we have collected over the years.
Rose-Aimée and Clark Butler have lived in the house that is the LaSalle Bed & Breakfast Inn since 1990. They originally purchased it for use as a dance studio in the years before Rose-Aimée became Youth Director of the Fort Wayne Ballet. They opened the LaSalle Inn in early 2003 as a way to share the history of the home as well as pay for some of its restoration. Rose-Aimée is a native of Lille, France, and spent much of her youth in West Africa as the daughter of a French government administrator. Clark is a native of Hollywood, California, who earned his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. He also studied at the American University in Cairo, Egypt, and at the University of Tunis in North Africa. He is a Purdue University Professor of Philosophy at the Indiana University-Purdue University campus in Fort Wayne (IPFW). Clark is also active in research and is an accomplished author. He has published ten books, including Human Rights Ethics (Purdue University Press, 2008) and two book-length translations of German philosophy (including Hagel’s Lectures on Logic, Indiana University Press, 2008). Since their marriage in 1971, Clark and Rose-Aimée have lived in Nottingham, England; Bochum, Germany; and Strasbourg, France, with their daughter, Elizabeth. They have a second residence in Strasbourg, where Clark has been taking students to study human rights law for the past seven years, and a studio apartment in Paris. Clark and Rose-Aimée love having guests and the opportunity to talk with people from around the nation and the world.
SION BASS HOUSE SPA BED & BREAKFAST
Website | 509 W Washington Blvd | Fort Wayne, IN 46802 | Phone:(260) 602-3980 Hours: Tuesday hours 7:00 am–11:30 pm
In connection with LaSalle Bed & Breakfast, opt for the finest amenities of any downtown hotel when you stay at the 1842 built Sion Bass House—a stand-alone historically protected building, home to Fort Wayne’s most celebrated Civil War Here.
We welcome business travelers, genealogy researchers and groups as well as the casual traveler. Guests come from all over the world, so you never know who you might have breakfast with!
For one night, a weekend or extended stays, we are dedicated to providing more than you expect (before you expect it.)