Host Hotel Information
JW Marriott Indianapolis
10 S West St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Hotel Reservations can be made directly through the Visit Indy Housing Bureau using the link below. Please choose "Attendee" in the pull down. If you need assistance with your reservations please contact the housing bureau via this email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit Indy Housing Bureau
The official housing/travel provider for 2021 Die Casting Congress & Exposition event is Visit Indy Housing Bureau.
Be aware that you may be solicited by other companies to book hotel reservations and/or make travel arrangements. Such companies are not affiliated with and are not sponsored or approved by NADCA. Neither NADCA nor Visit Indy can verify the authenticity of such companies or their representations, and will not be able to provide a resolution to issues related to such reservations. NADCA will not be responsible for any actions or omissions of such companies.
Booking through Visit Indy ensures individuals and organizations are reserved in the official 2021 Die Casting Congress & Exposition housing block.
NADCA or Visit Indy will be the only people contacting you regarding housing for this event. If you are contacted by anyone else please notify Melisa Ryzner, CMP, CMM at email@example.com.
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For visitors staying in the heart of the city, the IndyGo (www.indygo.net) bus system operates routes all around the city, for as little as $1.75 per ride. Megabus (us.megabus.com) and Greyhound (www.greyhound.com) terminals are also located downtown.
The Red Line is Indy's first bus rapid transit line with electric buses, platform boarding, and high-frequency service along 13 miles stretching from Broad Ripple in the north the University of Indianapolis in the south.
The Julia M. Carson Transit Center downtown gives bus rides from 5 am to midnight Monday-Saturday and 6 am to 9 pm on Sundays.
Taxis are readily available at the airport, Indiana Convention Center, Circle Centre mall and major hotels. A typical fare from the airport to downtown is $35, and a $5 flat rate is available for most trips within the downtown area.
Known as the Crossroads of America, Indy is within a day’s drive of over half of the country’s population. Traffic congestion is a rarity in Indianapolis, and visitors find the city’s street layout straightforward and easy to navigate. Downtown features over 70,000 parking spots.
Take I-70 East to exit 79A (West Street). Turn left (north) onto West Street to Maryland Street, turn right (east) onto Maryland Street. Hotel will be on your left 1 block down. Valet parking is in front of Hotel on Maryland Street.
Additionally, visitors can rent an electric car through Blue Indy, which has up to 200 stations all around the city where a car can be rented or returned. Customers can even reserve cars and parking spots online and there is even a station at the Indianapolis International Airport.
For a parking map of downtown Indy click here.