Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the Crowne Plaza at Historic Union Station is housed with America’s first “union station.” Union Station’s majestic red-brick and granite “headhouse,” built in 1888, is recognized as one of the finest Romanesque Revival-styled structures in America. This unique hotel is focused on delivering superior events, accommodations and services.
The hotel offers 273 well appointed guest rooms featuring all of the modern comforts of home.
Pullman Train Car Rooms
The most popular feature of the hotel is the 26 authentic Pullman train car rooms. Resting on their original tracks, the 13 train cars each house two guest rooms named and decorated after famous personalities from the 1900’s such as Charlie Chaplin, Winston Churchill, Cole Porter and Jean Harlow. Each car is furnished with its own unique blend of traditional and contemporary decor depicting the life of its namesake.
The hotel is an active railroad station and trains pass through on a regular schedule. The muffled rumbling and subtle vibrations of the trains as they roll through the building enhances the ambiance of staying in the hotel...where travelers can experience the authenticity of a living railroad station.
The Crowne Plaza at Historic Union Station hotel is conveniently located in the heart of downtown’s Wholesale District adjacent to the Indiana Convention Center and only a few steps from Lucas Oil Stadium. With Circle Centre Mall, the Mass Ave Arts District, theaters, restaurants and night life nearby there’s much to see and do within a short walk of the hotel.