DirectEmployers Association 2011 Annual Meeting & Conference
2011 DirectEmployers Annual Meeting & Conference

September 21-23, Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

Guest room at Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

One South Capitol Avenue,
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Rooms at Hyatt Regency Indianapolis may be reserved online or by calling (888) 421-1442. Reference DirectEmployers Association (group code: EMPL).

Conference registration/check-in will begin Wednesday, September 21 at 7:30 am outside of the Regency Ballroom.

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About Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

Find the level of service you’ve come to expect from Hyatt at the contemporary Indianapolis hotel. Modern amenities blend effortlessly with classic design elements creating a stylish downtown Indianapolis hotel offering all the advantages of a prime central location. Reach events at Indiana Convention Center or Lucas Oil Stadium via the climate-controlled Skywalk, cheer on the teams at Victory Field or Conseco Fieldhouse, or enjoy the many shopping, arts and entertainment options that surround Hyatt.

The recently renovated Hyatt Regency offers tempting restaurants, distinctive function spaces, and beautifully appointed guestrooms. Discover the ideal choice among downtown Indianapolis, Indiana hotels.

About Indianapolis

The Travel Channel declared the St. Elmo Steak House shrimp cocktail the “world's hottest meal.” Sports Illustrated's Peter King calls Indianapolis “the most walkable downtown in America.” USA Today called our award-winning art museum one of the worlds “Top 10 Best Places To Propose.” Indy's walkable/joggable/bike-able Cultural Trail was deemed “an astonishing and amazing vision” by the Project for Public Spaces in New York's Andy Wiley-Schwartz, who added, “There's really nothing like this in the world.”

Anything Indianapolis does is done in an effort to raise the game from a national perspective—and one of their goals for many years has been to create a city especially designed to make conventions like ours productive and fun. Meetings and Conventions summed it up like this: “If there were a competition among cities for the title Overachiever of the Decade, the winner would be Indianapolis.”