Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel, Carmel | Discover Renaissance Hotels
Jeremy Eades
Jeremy Eades

Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel, Carmel

Enjoy a delicious breakfast curated by our Executive Chef Greg Tobin at Grille 39.

Explore Indianapolis' Meridian Corridor from the perfect base with a stay in our stylish Carmel hotel. Expert local Navigator Ryan can direct you to the best the city and surrounding area has to offer, from adventures on the Monon Trail and in Carmel Clay Central Park to the museums and sports stadiums in downtown Indianapolis. There's something here for everyone. Back at the hotel, eat by the fire at our exquisite Grille 39 restaurant or take a dip in our specially designed indoor lap pool. And all the while, luxuriate in the warm hospitality that makes a stay with us one to remember.

The amenities

  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC fragrance
  • Fitness Center
  • Aveda Amenities
  • Multi-Cultural Cuisine
  • Flat-Screen HDTVs
  • Indoor Pool
  • Valet Dry-Cleaning
  • Mobile check-in
Full hotel details

The Pint Room

124 rotating beers on tap make this restaurant and bar a haven for beer-lovers.
124 rotating beers on tap make this spot a must-visit on any beer lover's list. Their sandwiches and burgers are always tasty, with meats sourced locally from Joe's Butcher Shop across Main Street in Carmel's Arts and Design District. Follow them on social media to keep updated on their frequent beer-and-food pairing dinners.
Address:110 West Main Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 571 8400

Silver in the City

This independent shop sells local-themed jewelry, housewares, clothing and chocolate.
Looking for something independent and local for the kitchen or you closet? Welcome to Silver in the City. This independent shop sells a nicely curated selection of accessories, clothing and home decor. You are sure to find something you love!
Address:111 West Main Street, #150, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 993 3669

Miracle Sushi & Modern Asian Cuisine

Savor traditional sushi along with inventive creations at Miracle.
Savor staple sushi nigiri and sashimi or try one of Miracle Sushi's unique rolls like the Apple Blossom - salmon, fuji apple, jalepeno, spicy mayo, sriracha, sweet wasabi, masago, and cilantro.
Address:12505 Old Meridian Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+317 810 1737

Kawachinagan Japanese Garden

This hidden garden provides a great place to relax during lunch, after work, or during a rest while on the Monon Trail.
Hidden south of Carmel's City Hall, this Japanese-style garden offers a great place to enjoy a picnic lunch, unwind from a busy day , or relax after an exhausting run on the Monon Trail.
Address:1 Civic Square, Carmel, 46032

Danny Boy Beer Works

Sip one of 10 Danny Boy beers or drink one of their 30 guest taps at this brewhouse hidden in the Village of West Clay.
Danny Boy Beer Works has ten taps devoted to their beers, which they brew onsite, and thirty more taps for guest beers offering a wide array of styles for any palette. Their kitchen hours are limited Tuesday through Sunday, but the food from their smoker is delicious. When their kitchen is closed you can bring your own food.
Address:12702 Meeting House Road, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 564 0622

The Palladium

Enjoy the perfect acoustics and the unparalleled setting at the Palladium as you experience world-class entertainment.
Steps away from Carmel's City Center, the Palladium offers world class entertainment ranging from musical acts like Kenny G, Kenny Rogers , and the Boston Pops Orchestra as well as comedians like Pat McAfee and David Feherty. Exotic acts like the Shaolin Warriors and great speakers like Bob Knight are also common to the Palladium.
Address:1 Center Green, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 843 3800
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Order off the rotating chalkboard menu of 7-10 items daily at this casual Cajun restaurant.
Within walking distance of the hotel, Yats offers a quick, casual Cajun menu of seven to ten daily rotating specials - most items are some sort of sauce or stew served over rice with a Cajun buttered baguette on the side. You'll never leave hungry and you'll likely be back to try their chili cheese etouffee with crawfish, drunken chicken, or maque choux. Ask for extra bread.
Address:12545 Old Meridian Street, Suite 130, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 581 1881

Antique Emporium

Dive into this treasure trove of antiques where you're sure to find something you can't resist, from little trinkets to ornate furniture.
The Antique Emporium at Carmel is the one-stop shop for fine and rare antiques. Ranging from furniture, jewelry, silver, paintings, linen, coins and decorative pieces, the emporium offers a wide variety of choices to gift someone or for your own personal collection. It’s a real treasure hunt.
Address:1055 South Range Line Road, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 844 8351
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Big Lug Canteen

Stop in at this local brewpub off the Monon Trail to savor good food and delicious beer.
Located off the Monon Trail, this local brewpub offers a good selection of salads and sandwiches and focuses on ingredients from locally sourced farms. Their weekly specials, often creatively named, are always tasty; if you've got an appetite then their poutiness are always filling. Pay attention when your server tells you their Nashville chicken wings are hot - even the mild carries a kick.
Address:1435 East 86th Street, Indianapolis, 46240
phone:+1 317 672 3503

Vine and Table

Explore new taste experiences with artisan cheeses, charcuterie, wine, beer and spirits from around the world.
Indulge your senses by sampling delicious bites of snacks and drinks from a variety of countries at Vine and Table. Join the expert staff any Saturday from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM for free tastings of some of their favorite products.
Address:313 East Carmel Drive, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 817 9473


Enjoy artisanal pizzas, delicious salads and sides, and sip from a superb selection of wines at this local pizzeria.
Sample starters like the baked capriole goat cheese served with foccacia and tomato sauce or roasted butternut squash hummus or enjoy one of their salads, but the main draw at Napolese are the pizzas, which use locally sourced and artisanal ingredients such as the Horseshoe - hand-formed dough with a spiced spinach pesto sauce, braised sirloin, shaved carrots, leeks, and provolone.
Address:8702 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, 46240
phone:+1 317 705 0765

Children's Art Gallery

See the world through the artistic eyes of a child. Completely unique, this gallery exhibits beautiful works by children.
The Children's Art Gallery is a part of the Carmel Arts Council that provides an opportunity to youngsters to demonstrate their skills in dance, drama and singing. Artists at the gallery can compete for student scholarships. In addition to these opportunities, fundraisers are held every year. It is a must visit to see some fine quality specimens of painting and art. Your visit can help inspire and encourage budding talent.
Address:776 Hawthorne Drive, Carmel, 46033
phone:+1 317 844 4989
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Homespun: Modern Handmade

Over 130 artists and craftspeople have their goods for sale at this store, which offers everything from jewelry to housewares.
Looking for a truly unique gift? Come to Homespun. This quaint shop features a wide range of arts, crafts, trinkets and knickknacks that that are all handmade and locally sourced. They also offer a great selection of home decor items, books, clothing, stationary, jewelry and pieces of art, to list a few. Every artisan piece of merchandise is top quality and one-of-a-kind.
Address:869 Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis, 46204
phone:+1 317 351 0280

Woody's Library Restaurant

Don’t miss your chance to dine in the historic confines of the Andrew Carnegie Library. The pub downstairs is great for craft beer.
This is the ideal place for book lovers to hang out. Built in what was once the Andrew Carnegie Book Library, the restaurant offers delicious food that can be enjoyed amongst hordes of books. The architecture also holds a charm of its own and the service is warm and friendly.
Address:40 East Main Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 573 4444
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Mudbugs Cajun Cafe

Get a bite of New Orleans at this little Arts District cafe. The casual vibe and outdoor seating perfectly complement the Cajun Casserole.
Popular for its Cajun cuisine, this cafe offers a delectable choice of sandwiches and combos. A separate menu for kids is guaranteed to keep your kids happy. The ambiance is good and service is efficient. Do try the beignets for an out of this world experience.
Address:20 West Main Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 843 8380
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Brockway Public House

Get whisked to Dublin in this inspired pub for a bit of craic and a Guinness. As expected the beer selection is quite impressive.
Craving for Ireland in the heart of Carmel? Then make your way to the Brockway Pub that serves traditional Irish beer in the traditional Irish manner, accompanied by traditional Irish music. The pub is a favoritie among both locals and travellers and also hosts a variety of local events.
Address:12525 Old Meridian Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 669 8080
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Nippers Grill & Tap

Another local, though somewhat unknown gem, Nippers is a dive worth visiting for its poker nights, trivia and friendly regulars.
This hidden bar is a fun place to enjoy poker with friends. While the poker players are regulars here, the place also hosts karaoke nights on weekends. You could also hone your skills at pool or just grab a bite and hang out with a cold glass of beer. Its the ideal place to let your hair down with friends.
Address:1772 East 116th Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 818 9980
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Old Tavern

This bar is an old town legend. In fact, it's the oldest bar in Indianapolis. Fancy cocktails, beers and live music draw a large crowd.
Old Town Tavern is housed in a historical site with the building being 100 years old. Coupled with friendly staff, a patio, pitchers of beer and pool tables, this place is one of the greatest dive bars in Indianapolis. In a comfortable environment, you can grab a beer, enjoy the big game on TV, play pool or chat with the barman.
Address:29 West Main Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 846 5545
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Museum of Miniature Houses

Be amazed by the elaborately detailed scale models of famous buildings and landmarks here. The museum shop makes for an interesting browse.
Small is impressive, if you have any doubts, visit the Museum of Miniatures at Carmel. This museum has a fine collection of miniature reproductions of everyday items that are made with painstaking details. Visit the museum to feel like a giant walking amongst the incredibly detailed and beautiful miniature items and scenes.
Address:111 East Main Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 575 9466
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Flowing Well Park

Behold a natural spectacle at this park containing an artesian well, flowing continuously with potable water. Perfect spot for a picnic.
At this hidden gem, one can rest in the shade and enjoy a picnic. As part of the Carmel Clay Parks group, it offer excellent opportunities for fishing. It has an accidentally discovered artesian well in the center that forms a geyser. It is an ideal destination for hiking among beautiful flowers and trees.
Address:5100 East 116th Street, Gray Road, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 848 7275
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The Stacked Pickle

Just a half mile from the Renaissance, this local sports bar serves delicious burgers, bar snacks, and a full bar.
Come to the Stacked Pickle for the burgers and stay for the lively sports bar atmosphere. This spot has some of the best bar specials in Carmel with beer specials on Tuesdays and Wine specials on Wednesdays and live entertainment on the weekends.
Address:12545 Old Meridian Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 844 4448

The North End Barbecue & Moonshine

Savor delicious barbecue and southern-style food along with one of the best whisky selections in the city.
The North End Barbecue and Moonshine serves delicious barbecue with other southern-staples like shrimp and grits. If you've brought an appetite try their ribs or "The Sandwich". All of their sides are good, especially their cornbread with maple bourbon butter and their mac and cheese which is topped with short rib. Their drinks are delicious and their bourbon selection is one of the best in town.
Address:1250 East 86th Street, Indianapolis, 46240
phone:+1 317 614 7427

Sangrita Saloon

Sip on craft agave spirits and savor modern Mexican cuisine at this hidden gem just north of Broad Ripple Village.
Hidden away three blocks north of Broad Ripple Avenue and a block from the Monon Trail, Sangrita Saloon offers modern Mexican that is perfectly paired with craft cocktails. Try their tacos, especially the Costilla De Res - beef short ribs braised in coffee, ancho, and agave with house crema and pickled red cabbage - and if you like shrimp order the Tostada Camarones.
Address:834 East 64th Street, Indianapolis, 46220
phone:+1 317 377 4779

Upland Carmel Tap House

Upland's Carmel Tap House serves up great food that pairs perfectly with any of their beers.
The patio at Upland's Carmel Tap House is the perfect place to unwind on a pleasant night, savoring items from their menu like their chicken and waffles, amberjack tacos, or - for vegans and vegetarians - their vegetable curry or seitan tenderloin. Sip on their beers at the Tap House or sample them and get them in a growler to-go.
Address:820 East 116th Street, Carmel, 46032
phone:+1 317 564 3400


New Latin cuisine flourishes at Delicia in the hip "SoBro" neighborhood of Indianapolis.
Melding traditional and modern methods, Delicia delivers delicious food with South American, Caribbean, and Spanish flavors. Savor their serrano scallops, barbacoa empanadas, or tamarind salmon as you sip on one of their delicious cocktails including the adventurous Fire 'N' Ice - a jalapeno-infused reposado tequila with a hibiscus basil habanero reduction and an ice ball filled with chillies.
Address:5215 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, 46220
phone:+1 317 925 0677

Shapiro's Twisted Traditions

Shapiro's has been an Indianapolis staple for over 100 years, serving some of the best deli sandwiches in the Midwest.
Shapiro's Twisted Traditions meshes new with old at their Keystone at the Crossing location, but still successfully serves up what USA Today dubbed "the finest corned beef sandwich in the world", along with sides like mac and cheese and German potato salad. Finish your meal with one of their freshly baked desserts.
Address:8702 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, 46205
phone:+1 317 762 9900
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Upcoming events

Thanksgiving Brunch

Thanksgiving Brunch

Renaissance Indianapolis North is hosting a Traditional Thanksgiving Brunch. View details on electronic flyer below

Renaissance Indianapolis North is hosting a Traditional Thanksgiving Brunch. View details on electronic flyer below

Carmel, IN, USA
Venue: Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel, Carmel
Address: 11925 North Meridian Street, Carmel, 46032, IN, USA
Phone: +1 317 816 0777
New Years Eve Celebration

New Years Eve Celebration

Join the Renaissance and the Center for the Performing Arts as we collaborate to bring in the new year.

Join the Renaissance and the Center for the Performing Arts as we collaborate to bring in the new year.

Carmel, IN, USA
Venue: Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel, Carmel
Address: 11925 North Meridian Street, Carmel, 46032, IN, USA
Phone: +1 317 816 0777