Charley Creek Inn in Wabash, Indiana has the most perfect downtown location. Steps away from things to see and do meant more time exploring this Wabash County town and less time in and out of the car.
But a hotel is only as good as the beds you sleep in. Can I just say now that these are the most comfortable beds I have ever slept in?
Charley Creek Inn in Wabash, Indiana
Stepping into the entrance is amazing. It’s very grand and airy thanks in part to the tall, tall ceilings. Everything looks classy and elegant.
Our room carried over that classy vibe. The bed was awesome. Huge and comfy. I couldn’t decide whether I should jump up and down on the top of it like a little kid or wrap myself in the super cushy duvet and take a nap until they had to kick me out. It was a toss-up. I found myself trying to figure out a way to sneak the mattress out the door. I am only kidding. I think.
Even Kid #2’s bed, a brand-spanking new looking travel crib, was all set up and put together complete with sheet and super soft blanket.
It was such a nice touch. If you’ve ever had to wrestle a travel crib into “upright” status, then you know how nice it is to have it all done for you in advance. After a long day of running around, it was great to get to the room, and have one less thing to deal with. Toddlers can be difficult enough.
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Really, Charley Creek Inn was all about the little touches that make any stay memorable: the foil wrapped chocolates on the dresser, the personal note welcoming me to the Inn, and the friendliness of everyone with whom we came into contact.
Hubs was excited about the K-cup (seriously, I think he’s been in mourning for that nifty little appliance since we left). It came in really handy in the morning–we were able to make a drink and go! We were both amazed by the lovely bathroom and super-deep bathtub (what an unexpected surprise)!
The colors of the room in general were so relaxing. Whomever was responsible for the color scheme gets two thumbs up on that one! It’s the only time I’ve ever seen a room where the walls WERE the art. Definitely a nice change from the usual cheesy wall decor.
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Of course, I haven’t even mentioned The Cloud Club, the green rooftop garden, the fitness area complete with Wii, the lower-level shops, or the restaurant, Twenty, located on the ground floor.
No matter how you look at it, you just can’t go wrong with a stay at Charley Creek Inn. It is perfection, from top to bottom.
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Little Indiana was provided with a free night’s stay in return for a truthful review. A big huge thank you to Kathryn MacMillan, Adam Stakeman, and Paul Nowak of Charley Creek Inn and to Whitney Myers, the Executive Director of Wabash County Convention and Visitors Bureau who put it all together.