The Delta Hotel may be a brand new facility, but within its walls are great pieces of history with replicas of Italian art featuring the Trevi Fountain. As early as 19 B.C., Rome’s Aqueduct was constructed by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, the son-in-law of Emperor Octavian Augusta. The early days of the aqueduct were the foundation for the Trevi Fountain. In the centuries that followed the aqueduct’s construction, many things took place. There was an invasion that damaged the aqueduct leaving parts of it abandoned. Many years went by before a restoration was in the works during the Italian Renaissance. In May of 1762, following Nicola Silva’s design, the Trevi Fountain was officially completed and inaugurated.

A piece of the extensive history of Italy’s aqueduct is at the Delta Hotel. It’s not enough to be greeted by larger-than-life hosts including Medici, Da Vinci, and Donatello. You’ll see something something really spectacular — the awe-inspiring fully-functioning solid marble replica of the Trevi Fountain.

You get to experience something truly unique. This magnificent piece of Italian art is in a brand new 8,000 sq. ft. meeting space capable of hosting up to 220 guests. Imagine the endless event possibilities in a space we have named the Trevi Fountain Ballroom. This location is perfect for any type of reception or celebration, or even a one-of-a-kind business meeting.

There’s only one Delta Hotel in Indy and it’s the only place, aside from Italy itself, to experience the stunning Trevi Fountain.