Hotel Indigo

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Hotel Indigo
Franchise
Industry Hotel
Founded 2004
Number of locations
39 hotels
Area served
United States, Canada, United Kingdom, China, Costa Rica
Parent InterContinental Hotels Group
Website www.hotelindigo.com

Hotel Indigo is a chain of boutique hotels, part of the InterContinental Hotels Group. It is promoted as being "the industry’s first branded boutique hotel experience." The concept includes a retail-inspired design concept with changes throughout the year. Guestrooms feature murals, area rugs, duvets and slipcovers that change periodically. Public spaces are transformed seasonally through changing aromas, music, artwork, murals and directional signage. Hotel Indigo competes with Starwood's W Hotels.

History[edit]

An Uptown Houston Hotel Indigo

31 properties have opened since Hotel Indigo's launch, and another 11 are currently under construction. The first Hotel Indigo opened in Atlanta, Georgia in October 2004, the second location opened in the historic Gold Coast neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois in May 2005, and another Chicago area location - Palatine, Illinois - opened in November 2005 (which as of 2011 has become the Hotel Bollero and is no longer affiliated with any hotel chain). The brand’s first international property debuted in Ottawa, Canada. Each Hotel Indigo property is designed to reflect the culture, character and history of the surrounding neighbourhood. Many of them are in converted buildings.[1]

Open[edit]

  • Aberdeen, UK - Opening Soon (Development Manager Carlos Nunez)
  • Albany, NY - Latham
  • Asheville, NC - Downtown
  • Athens, GA - University Area
  • Atlanta, GA - Midtown[2] (Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown)
  • Basking Ridge, NJ
  • Baton Rouge, LA - Downtown
  • Berlin, Germany - Alexanderplatz
  • Berlin, Germany - Ku'Damm
  • Düsseldorf, Germany - Victoriaplatz
  • Boston, MA - Newton Riverside
  • Chicago, IL - Gold Coast
  • Chicago, IL - Vernon Hills
  • Columbus, IN - Architectural Center
  • Dallas, TX - Downtown
  • Del Mar, CA - 2 miles from the Del Mar Racetrack
  • Durham, NC - Research Triangle Park
  • Edinburgh,UK - York Place
  • Fort Myers, FL - River District
  • Hong Kong, China - Wan Chai District
  • Glasgow, UK
  • Houston, TX - Galleria
  • Jacksonville, FL - Deerwood Park
  • Lijiang, China - Ancient Town
  • London, UK - Paddington
  • London, UK - Tower Hill
  • Mérida, Mexico - Hacienda Misne
  • Miami, FL - Dadeland
  • Miami Lakes, FL
  • Nashville, TN - Downtown
  • Nashville, TN - Music Row - Vanderbilt
  • Newark, NJ - Downtown - National State Bank
  • New Orleans, LA - Garden District
  • New York, NY - Chelsea
  • Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
  • Ottawa, Ontario, Canada - Downtown City Centre
  • Pittsburgh, PA - East Liberty
  • Rahway, NJ
  • Ramat Gan, Israel - Diamond Exchange District
  • Riverhead, NY - East End
  • Rome, Italy - Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George http://www.hotelindigo.com/romestgeorge
  • St. Louis, MO - Central West End
  • Saint-Petersburg, Russia
  • San Antonio, TX - At the Alamo
  • San Antonio, TX - Riverwalk
  • San Diego, CA - Gaslamp Quarter http://www.hotelsandiegodowntown.com/
  • San Jose, Costa Rica - Forum
  • Santa Barbara, CA - Downtown
  • Sarasota, FL
  • Scottsdale, AZ
  • Shanghai, China - On the Bund
  • St. Louis, MO - Central West End
  • St. Petersburg, FL - Downtown North
  • Tianjin, China - Haihe
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Airport
  • Xiamen, China - Harbour View

Under construction[edit]

Proposed 14-storey Hotel Indigo at NOMA in Manchester, England.
Cass Gilbert building in Newark undergoing renovation Fall 2012
  • Anaheim near Disneyland, CA (Spring 2013) http://www.hiexpress.com/hotels/us/en/anaheim/laxex/hoteldetail
  • Austin, TX - Downtown (E 9th/Red River)
  • Bangkok, Thailand (Summer 2013)
  • Birmingham, UK - The Cube (August 2011)
  • Edinburgh, UK - Opening September 2011 [3]
  • El Paso, TX - Downtown (2015)
  • Kaohsiung, Taiwan-Central Park (2015)
  • Lisbon, Portugal (Spring 2014)
  • Liverpool, UK (Spring 2011)
  • Madrid, Spain (Spring 2012)
  • Manchester, UK (construction starts Spring 2013)
  • Mexico City, Mexico (Autumn 2012)
  • Newark, NJ - Downtown (Autumn 2014) in former First National State Bank Building[4]
  • New York, New York - Bryant Park (Winter 2012)
  • Saddlebrook, New Jersey - Conference Center
  • Taipei, Taiwan - Xinyi[5] (Fall 2011)
  • Traverse City, Michigan (construction starts Summer 2013)
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Waco, TX - Baylor

Planned[edit]

  • Philadelphia, PA (Financing to be lined up by Summer 2012) [6]
  • Gainesville, FL - (Celebration Pointe 2016) [7]
  • Oxford,MS (Spring 2014)
  • Atlanta,GA - Downtown Conversion (Fall 2015)[8]
  • Memphis, TN - 100 North Main (Spring 2016)[9]

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