Conrad Indianapolis Unveils Artist-Inspired Suites

By Jesse Sokolow on 17 April 2015
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Hilton announced the debut of the Collection, a group of four suites at the Conrad Indianapolis hotel featuring artwork by artists such Henry Moore, Pablo Picasso, and Salvador Dali.

The hotel’s Modernism Suite is 825 square feet (76 square meters), and includes a sculptured bathtub and original signed works by Pablo Picasso and Henry Moore.

The 800-square-foot (74-square-meter) Pop Suite features a media library, Indiana limestone fireplace, and sculptured tub, while the color and fabrics are inspired by a photograph of Andy Warhol by William John Kennedy. The suite also houses a signed screen print of “Love Poem” by Robert Indiana.

The contemporary Suite is 730 square feet (67 square meters), and includes a décor inspired by the Russell Young screen print of Elvis Presley. The suite also has a signed “Work the Social Media” piece by artist David Kramer.

Five works from artist Salvador Dali are housed in the hotel’s 850-square-foot (78-square-meter) Surrealism Suite, which has the largest living space of the suites. (There’s no word from the hotel if a soft melting pocket watch is in the suite, however.)

Each suite also includes a custom butler bar with fine china and stemware, as well as controlled lighting and window treatments. The suites also feature granite slabs imported from Brazil, Canada, and Israel, and 50” LED TVs with surround sound.

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