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Picasso, Warhol, Dali pieces adorn new luxury suites at Conrad Hotel

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (May 13, 2015) – The work of world-renowned artists now decorates select suites at the Conrad Hotel in downtown Indianapolis. Four guest rooms make up “The Collection” and feature original pieces from Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol and Salvador Dali.  The new area at the hotel debuted just last month.

Managers at the hotel say the added artwork is drawing more people into their hotel. From Final Four weekend to the Indy 500, the suites have been in high-demand.

Each suite is themed based on an artistic era.  A Warhol portrait is one of the main attractions in the Pop Art room. The tone of the suite is also reflected in the color palette and accessories around the living room. A hand-signed Picasso sketch is the first thing you see as you enter the Modernism suite. Picasso references can be spotted throughout the luxury room. The focal point of the Contemporary suite is a large, multi-colored David Kramer painting titled “Working the Social Network.” Finally, the Surrealism suite décor transports guests into the world of Dali, showcasing four of his original pieces.

“This new luxury space was designed in a very precise manner, being thoughtful to the timeless elegance of the overall hotel look and feel, while stimulating an innovative art experience for our guests,” said Greg Tinsley, general manager.

The suites start at about $800 per night. For more information, visit