Downtown Indianapolis, with its glittering skyline, bustling streets, and trendy shops full of unique gifts, is the perfect place to kick off your holiday season this year. Get your winter fun started off on the right foot with a visit to the most sophisticated and elegant hotel in Indianapolis, the Conrad.
Starting now through January, this stunning downtown centerpiece has a whirlwind tour of holiday delights planned especially for you. If you’re looking for somewhere extra special to spend your Thanksgiving, gather your loved ones and head to the Conrad for an unforgettable day. A stylish, lavish feast full of traditional holiday fare with all the trimmings will be served buffet-style in the striking ballroom. Executive Chef Michelle Matiya promises a fresh, innovative twist on all of your favorite comfort foods for the ultimate Thanksgiving meal. Complimentary champagne and festive mimosas provide a little extra holiday cheer. For more information on pricing and corporate holiday parties, visit the Conrad’s website.
Next up at the Conrad Indianapolis is the perfect Indianapolis event for the culinary guru in every family. Channel your inner domestic goddess and head to the Conrad’s Holiday Cooking Classics on November 23, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This very special class will teach you, in just a few short hours, how to prepare a wide array of the season’s tastiest and most elegant hors d’oeuvres for every occasion. Come hungry enough to sample Chef Matiya’s own exquisite appetizers and wine, and get ready to become the hostess with the mostess this holiday season. You must be at least 21 to attend. Call 1.317.524.2574 for reservations and more information.
Looking for a way to compliment your new-found fame as Indy’s most popular party planner? How about adding snazzy city bartendar to your resume? On Thursday, December 3, join the Conrad for a crash course in learning to make the season’s trendiest cocktails at the aptly named Mistletoe Mixology. Enjoy delicious hot hors d’oeuvres while the Conrad’s own beverage master extroadinaire, Jeff Rossier, teaches you how to mix up the perfect holiday drink with a splash of sophistication and a whole lot of fun.
If your goal this year is to not only provide entertainment for the adults in your life, but to make sure your Indianapolis children have a fabulous holiday season as well, the Conrad Indianapolis has you covered. Wrap the little ones in their warm, festive best and take them to the Conrad on Saturday, December 12, for a fun-filled Breakfast with Santa. Everyone’s favorite jolly fat guy with a beard will be on hand to make sure all your little elves’ December dreams come true. While you wait to see the man in charge, enjoy a bountiful holiday breakfast of fluffly pancakes with decadent toppings galore. Santa is joined by a festive group of Christmas carolers, and your children will be thrilled by the fun holiday arts and crafts tables. They’ll be able to create a holiday masterpiece and take it home as a souvenir of their wonderful day at the Conrad. Photographers will be on hand to freeze every joyful moment so you can enjoy your childrens’ magical experience for years to come.
Finally, gear up for the most unforgettable winter ever with Cheers to the Holidays, which runs from November 16 to January 10. This exlusive package includes a lush overnight stay in one of the Conrad’s deluxe rooms, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate peppermint treats, a $10 wine card for holiday tasting, and a full continental breakfast for two at the Conrad’s own elegant Indianapolis restaurant, the Capital Grille. Complimentary valet parking is provided for this special experience.
This holiday season, as the air turns brisk and snow blankets the Circle City in a sea of sparkling white, give your family a little extra holiday cheer with a trip to the Conrad Indianapolis. For more information on these fabulous holiday happenings and more, visit the Conrad’s website. And be sure to make funcityfinder.com your November and December destination for information on the the most festive holiday celebrations in Indianapolis.