Luxury In The Heart Of Indiana: West Baden Springs Hotel

There are many things to do at West Baden Springs, such as a spa, multiple golf courses, fine dining, and even gambling at the French Lick Springs Hotel, which is connected to West Baden Springs. The light show in the atrium at night is a must-see.

The West Baden Springs Hotel is a beautiful grand dame in the rolling hills of southern Indiana. The area’s hot springs used to be a place where the rich and famous went to get better.

The West Baden Springs Hotel is more than just a place to sleep. It was built in 1902 and is a National Historic Landmark. Some people call the 200-foot-long domed atrium of the hotel the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” There are 243 rooms and suites that look out over the grand atrium of the larger French Lick Resort complex.

There is also a spa, the upscale Sinclair’s Restaurant, and two more casual places to eat. Guests are amazed by the way West Baden looks and by the extra luxuries it offers, such as golf courses, shops, a bowling alley, two pools, stables, and a fitness center that has classes. But some people say that the room rates here are expensive.

This Preferred property is in southern Indiana, about 100 miles south of Indianapolis and less than 2 miles from the French Lick Springs Hotel.

The rooms and suites at the hotel are decorated in a European style, with embroidered drapes and gilded mirrors and lamps. All of the rooms have flat-screen TVs, coffee makers, minibars, 820-thread-count sheets, and beautiful views of the atrium or the surrounding countryside. Suites have more than one bedroom, Jacuzzi tubs, and separate places to sit and eat.

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