The Courtyard Muncie at Horizon Convention Center is Muncie's newest and only full service hotel. Conveniently located in downtown Muncie, the hotel is within walking distance to many shops and restaurants. The property is only a short drive from Ball State University, Emens Auditorium, the Academy of Model Aeronautics and many area businesses. Horizon Convention Center is connected to the hotel by an enclosed skywalk. An indoor pool, fitness room, and business center is also available for all guests. Free high-speed Internet is available throughout the hotel. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, your stay at Courtyard is sure to be more comfortable, more productive and more enjoyable than ever before!
Reservations will open soon.
Parking in the garage attached to Horizon Convention Center is free to Courtyard Hotel guests.
Parking for those not staying at the Courtyard Hotel is $1.00 per hour.
Address: 4220 Bethel Avenue, Muncie Phone: 765-288-8500
Just off State Road 332, two miles from Ball State University and 10 minutes from Horizon Convention Center. Experience the prairie woodlands and wildlife of Minnetrista Nature Area, only three miles away. Or immerse yourself in the collections at the David Owsley Museum of Art, six minutes from our door. Back home, daily hot breakfast and WiFi are on us.
Address: 3400 N. Marleon Dr, Muncie Phone: 765-587-0294
At Comfort Inn & Suites, they want their guests to relax and get a great night’s rest. Rooms feature premium bedding plus a microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. Start or end your day with a workout in our fitness center. Or take a swim in our indoor heated pool. Guests also have access to laundry facilities and our business center. Count on a free hot breakfast, featuring our famous waffles, to start your day. And stay connected throughout your stay with our fast and free WiFi. View hotel here
HOUSING WARNING: Unauthorized Housing Agents
Please be vigilant if approached by any company or service that implies or claims to be an official housing provider of the IPRA Conference and Expo. We have been made aware of housing companies or travel agencies that may aggressively pursue you, or your company/agency, to book your guest rooms at significant discounts. Reservations made through these “pirate” agencies or companies should be avoided as many of them are scams that will charge your card, but you will not have a reservation when you arrive.
If you are contacted by anyone who says they are working on behalf of IPRA, please get their company information/phone number and notify us immediately at email@example.com.