For more budget-friendly hotel options in Fort Wayne, try Extended Stay America - Fort Wayne - North or Best Western Plus Fort Wayne Inn & Suites North. 17 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to Wallen Pines.
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Where to stay in Fort Wayne?
Best cheap hotels in Fort Wayne
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you want to get the best out of Fort Wayne, opt for Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Wayne Downtown, which puts you in the city center and offers a free private parking lot and complimentary parking. If you want to be in the center of Fort Wayne, then the 3-star Hilton Fort Wayne At The Grand Wayne Convention Center (Adults Only) is a good option.
Make sure to book a hotel next to Fort Wayne TinCaps, such as Courtyard Fort Wayne Downtown At Grand Wayne Convention Center that is adjacent. Lasalle Bed And Breakfast is a casual choice that will place you within a 5-minute walk of Fort Wayne TinCaps.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Fort Wayne
Ramada Plaza & Conf Center By Wyndham Fort Wayne is an elegant choice of a boutique hotel with the sea views and an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and tubing. Chain hotel you might consider is Fairfield Inn & Suites Fort Wayne, within walking distance of Grand Wayne Convention Center, featuring 173US$.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
6208 Brandonwood Lane is a B&B apartment situated within walking distance from key attractions of Fort Wayne such as Georgetown Reception Hall. Pick Homewood Suites By Hilton Fort Wayne with its family rooms and short walking distance to Diabetes Treatment Ctr. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 14 hotels in Fort Wayne, Comfort Suites North or Best Western Luxbury Inn Fort Wayne among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of Fort Wayne
Fort Wayne is a think tank of America.
Fort Wayne is known as a city of firsts that reshaped the world. It is here the first calculator was introduced to the public, washing machine changed the day-to-day life of housewives and pulsating discos hit the town.
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In addition, Fort Wayne is among the pioneers of the big sport scene. Baseball is the nation's most-popular game and in Fort Wayne it was first played at night under the gleaming spotlights. A home to the NBA Detroit Pistons and the Fort Wayne Daisies - the professional women's baseball team, Fort Wayne is used to a diverse sport scene, while a draw for film-makers it became when A League of Their Own was filmed in the city.
Along with the sport scene stands cultural heritage in Fort Wayne. The city makes efforts to rival the world's best destinations. Less fashionable than Paris, the city produces the world famous Vera Bradley bags. Less serious than Zurich, it still tastes as sweet with DeBrand Fine Chocolates. On its way to global confidence, Fort Wayne is already the nexus of the American nation. Its Allen County Public Library is ninth in the nation by Hennen’s American Public Library Rating Index II.
Other attractions include;
The Fort Wayne History Center, a museum to trace the local history with numerous displays on the theme
Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, a green area with 500 species of plants and 72 different cacti
Fort Wayne Children's Zoo with more than 1500 animals, from lemurs to dingo dogs, orang-utans to tigers.
Fort Wayne Museum of Art, offers displays of American art by William Forsyth and Janet Fish
Kachmann Gallery, located in downtown Fort Wayne, offers unique pieces of art to experience
The Embassy Theater, an old movie palace opened in 1928
The city is named in honor of General Anthony Wayne who defeated the local tribes on the initiative of George Washington. Since then the city of Fort Wayne served as a frontier town and railroad crossing. It had very dubious reputation because of high crime with murderers, gamblers and other outlaws in the area. As soon as German immigrant farmed the land around the city, it became more civilized.
Today Fort Wayne is a prosperious Midwestern city to visit with Booked.net.