Budget Friendly Packages
Hilton Garden Inn – Garden Party Package
In Elkhart County, we believe in FUN! Gather your family & friends and enjoy a safe getaway that won’t blow your budget. Your safety is important to us. Learn more about Hilton Garden Inn's safety standards.
Enjoy a one-night stay at the Hilton Garden Inn, Elkhart featuring Lobby Bar, Market and Room Service.
- $119.00 King or Double Queen based on double occupancy (plus tax, subject to availability, Advance reservations required)
Valid Dates: Now through October 31, 2021
- Chef prepared, made to order breakfast for two
- Complimentary upgrade available to Whirlpool or Junior Suite for Hilton Gold and Diamond members
- 2 admission passes to Wellfield Botanic Gardens (general admission or upgrade for special events—) (valued at $16 for 2 people)
- Including a special event with admission: Oragami in the Gardens:
- Available daily during all operating hours between April 24-October 17, 2021
- A personalized audio tour is available on your cell phone so that you may call in and listen to the artists speak about the work.
- Meal for two at Electric Brew (gift cards provided for individual on-site selection)
- Welcome to Elkhart County Complimentary Gift Bag in your room including:
- The People & Places area Travel Guide
- Heritage Trail Audio Driving Tour CD
- Quilt Garden Master Gardener Guidebook & Rack Card (seasonal)
- Other local fun items
- Free Wi-Fi
- Indoor Pool
- Fitness Center
- Hot Tub
- Garden Grill Restaurant in the lobby serving breakfast, dinner and room service
- Lobby Bar open during evening hours
- Lobby Market with gourmet coffees & sundries available for purchase
- Rigorous cleaning standards to provide complete peace of mind when you stay
- Hilton: Part of the Hilton Clean Stay program
Oragami in the Gardens
Origami means “folding paper” in Japanese. OrigamiintheGarden2 is an outdoor sculpture exhibition, created by Santa Fe artists Jennifer and Kevin Box, that captures the delicate nature of this paper art form in museum quality metals.
Displayed within beautiful garden settings are examples of what can be folded from a single piece of paper such as soaring birds, gliding airplanes, galloping ponies, floating boats, and emerging butterflies.
The exhibition features Box’s own compositions as well as collaborations with world-renowned origami artists Tim Armijo, Te Jui Fu, Beth Johnson, Michael G. LaFosse and Robert J. Lang.