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Welcome to One of the Best Hotels in Goshen, Indiana You'll feel right at home in one of our Goshen hotel's comfortable rooms during your visit to the heart of Northern Indiana's Amish Country. Located 35-miles southeast of South Bend and the University of Notre Dame, the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Goshen provides a quiet escape while being convenient to the big city. Situated in the midst of Amish Country, our hotel is close to scenic farmland and shopping, where you can pick up pottery or a handmade quilt. Don't be surprised when you see horse-drawn buggies on your excursions to the nearby towns of Elkhart, Shipshewana and Nappanee. The Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Goshen is centrally located, making it one of the best Amish Country hotels. Known as the RV Capital of the World, Elkhart County is home to many recreational vehicle companies like Dutchmen and Enduramax, both of which are located in Goshen. The hotel's close proximity to these businesses makes it a perfect place to stay. Our Business Center is complete with fax and copier, it is open 24-hours for your convenience. During your stay you can enjoy many of our Goshen hotel's excellent amenities including an indoor heated pool, 24-hour Fitness Center and complimentary hot breakfast bar. Book your reservations now to take advantage of great deals and rates for our first-rate accommodations, some of the best among hotels in Goshen, Indiana.


· ATM/Cash machine - (In Area)
· Accessible facilities
· Air conditioning individually controlled in room
· Bathtub
· Beauty shop/salon - (In Area)
· Buffet breakfast
· Casino - (In Area)
· Coffee/Tea maker
· Color television
· Cribs
· Desk with lamp
· Dry cleaning
· Florist - (In Area)
· Free parking
· Golf - (In Area)
· Hairdryer
· High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
· High speed internet connection
· Housekeeping - daily
· Housekeeping - weekly
· Ice machine
· Indoor pool
· Interior corridors
· Ironing board
· Meal included - continental breakfast
· Meal included - continental breakfast
· Meeting rooms
· Non-smoking
· On-Site parking
· Onsite laundry
· Parking
· Premium movie channels
· Private bathroom
· Public area air conditioned
· Rollaway bed
· Safe deposit box
· Satellite television
· Separate closet
· Shoe shine stand - (In Area)
· Shops and commercial services - (In Area)
· Spare electrical outlet available at desk
· Stereo
· Storage space
· Sundry/Convenience store - (In Area)
· Tennis court - (In Area)
· Valet same day dry cleaning
· Voice mail
· Wireless internet connection
· Wireless internet connection in public areas

Room Information

Sofa bed
Kitchenette, Microwave, Mini-refrigerator, Sofa bed
two queen beds nonsmoking
two queen beds nonsmoking
two queen beds nonsmoking
1 king bed leisure nonsmoking
family suite nonsmoking
king bed suite nonsmoking
1 king feature nonsmoking
1 king feature nonsmoking
1 king bed leisure nonsmoking
1 king bed leisure nonsmoking
standard room
standard room
2 queen beds suite nonsmoking
executive suite nonsmoking
family suite nonsmoking
family suite nonsmoking
king bed suite nonsmoking
king bed suite nonsmoking

Miscellaneous Information

· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 3:00 PM
· Check out time is 12:00 PM
· Time Zone is GMT
· Opened in 2009
· 76 rooms.
· 28 suites.
· 3 floors.

Meeting Facility

Meeting / Conference Room

Our meeting room is conveniently located near our hotel lobby. We are able to provide a variety of configurations to meet your needs.

Recreation Information

Fitness center on-site

Indoor pool

Childrens's program - The Goshen area has many family friendly activities. Please stop by our front desk and ask one of our friendly associates for a local visitor's guide. They would also be happy to share information on some of their local favorites.

Area Attractions

- Old Bag Factory

Restored 1896 factory turned into an artisans complex.

- Dutch Country Market

Prepare to be captivated by the old fashioned foods made by the Lehman family. The market specializes in fresh fruits and vegetables in season, sumptuous homemade fudge, candy, 26 varieties of jelly beans, maple syrup produced on area farms and a large s

- Wakarusa Dime Store

Candy lovers will never want to leave this sweet retreat that has served Indiana since 1907. The Dime Store is famous for its many flavors of jumbo jelly beans. You can also choose from 400 types of nostalgic candies that span 100 plus years.

- Linton's Enchanted Gardens

Often referred to as the Disney of Garden Centers, Linton's Enchanted Gardens looks as though it is right out of a fairy tale. It is filled with landscaping designs to spark the imagination, nine acres of outdoor displays and gardens and the largest sele

- Concord Mall

Official stop on the Quilt Gardens Along the Heritage Trail. Visit Hobby Lobby and Joann Fabrics where you can find all your quilting and crafting supplies and so much more! Over 60 stores including fashion, accessories, books, jewelry, crafts, cards an

- Yoder's Department Store

Over 6,000 square feet added in 2011. Region's largest selection of major brand fabrics, quilting and sewing supplies.

- Yoder's Red Barn Shoppes

Furniture, home accents, family fashions, books, custom scents and food in ten stores under one room for your shopping comfort.

- Elkhart County Fairgrounds
- Amtrak
- Goshen
- South Bend International Airport
- Black Squirrel Golf Club

The Black Squirrel Golf Course is a 72-par 18-hold course that features all the aspects necessary to challenge both the serious and the recreational golfer alike: water, strategically placed bunkers, doglegs, short stretches long stretches and more.

- Ruthmere

Once the centerpiece of Elkhart society, Ruthmere has been lovingly restored to offer a windown into the Gilded Age. As you tour rooms lushly appointed with period furnishings take note of one-of-a-kind details and world class fine art and decorative art

- Amish Acres

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the 80-acre restored Old Order Amish farm offers room to roam and packages that include some of the region's best entertainment, food and lodging. Surrounded by pastoral beauty, visitors explore 18 rest

- Das Dutchman Essenhaus

You may need a nap after one of the hearty, all-you-can-eat Amish-style feasts. Platters and bowls filled with traditional family favorites come complete with a beverage and a generous slice of made-from-scratch pie. The Village Shops showcase specialty

- Menno-Hof

See and hear the Amish-Mennonite story at Menno-Hof, the perfect place to start your visit to Amish country. Centered amid park-like grounds the complex was built by Aish and Mennonite craftsmen during an old-fashioned barn raising. Multimedia presentat

- Wellfield Botanic Gardens

The woodland setting features winding stone paths, charming pump houses and works of art from nationally renowned sculptors. Vantage points from walkways and bridges offer panoramic views in all seasons.

- Elkhart River Queen

Scenic cruises along the majestic St Joseph River highlight gorgeous waterfront homes and area history. Sunday public cruises June through September. Private cruises June through October. Advance reservations required.

- Kercher's Sunrise Orchards & Farm Market

Fifth generation family-owned U-pick apple orchard and pumpkin patch. Specializing in Indiana's finest homegrown and homemade products, free hayrides, corn maze and lots of fall family fun.

- Stoney Creek Winery

Family owned and operated producers of small batch, handmade country wines. Open April 1 - December 31.

- Cook's Bison Ranch

Welcome home to where the buffalo still roam. Take a tour, ride in a wagon, feed the buffalo and enjoy a buffalo burger or chuck wagon meal. Open Memorial Day - Labor Day. Call for reservations and tour schedules.

- Shipshewana Flea Market & Auction

Midwest's largest flea market open every Tuesday & Wednesday May through October. Antique Auction every Wednesday morning year-round.

- Amish Acres Round Barn Theatre

Indiana's only professional, resident, musical repertory theatre featuring Plain and Fancy, the story of life and love on an Amish farm, in repertory with five musicals and one comedy.

- Elkhart Civic Theatre

Located downtown in the historic Bristol Opera House, this nationally-recognized community theatre offers affordable, high quality plays, musicals and youth theatre productions year round.

- The Lerner

Newly restored and expanded! 1920's era movie palace turned performing arts complex features a 1,700 seat theatre and ballroom and hosts year-round performances, theatrical workshops, backstage tours and more.

- Elkhart County Historical Museum

Come experience a sense of place. Numerous exhibits illustrate the people, landscape and events that shaped our past and present. Extensive library with archives availalbe. Weekly events and programs.

- Hall of Heroes Comic & Superhero Museum

Explore the 70+ year history of Super Heroes in comics, toys, film and animation. Features the world's largest collection of comic books, super hero memorabilia, original art and props.

- Midwest Museum of American Art

Features the largest Norman Rockwell lithograph collection and the largest Overbeck Art Pottery collection in the states; also paintings, sculptures and ceramics.

- National New York Central Railroad Museum

The most significant collection of New York Central artifacts in the world. Fun for rail fans, groups and families.

- RV / Motorhome Hall of Fame

The only museum of it's kind; experience eight decades of the RV/MH Industries' models, while learning how RVs have impacted our nation.

- Middlebury Community Museum

Preserves and displays artifacts and information about this charming middle-American town and its surrounding areas. Revolving exhibits reflect local history since 1836.

- Studebaker National Museum

Experience 114 years of transportation history. See Lincoln's carriage, a 1934 Bendix car and a 1956 Packard Predictor Car of the Future.

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