Hotel Indigo

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Hotel Indigo
Company typeSubsidiary
Number of locations
149 hotels (2023)
Areas served
ParentIHG Hotels & Resorts

Hotel Indigo is an American chain of small, individually owned boutique hotels, which is part of IHG Hotels & Resorts (InterContinental Hotels Group). As of September 2023 it had 149 hotels with 19,529 rooms worldwide, and stated that it planned to open 129 more.[1]


Hotel Indigo in Inuyama, Japan

The first Hotel Indigo opened in Atlanta, Georgia, US in October 2004[2] and a second location opened in the historic Gold Coast neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois in May 2005 (later being foreclosed and re-branding as the Claridge House).[3] The chain's first non-US property, which in 2017 became the independent Metcalfe Hotel,[4] was opened in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

In July 2019 at the Traverse City, Michigan Hotel Indigo, a murder-suicide took place in room 318, blocks away from the National Cherry Festival. [5]

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  1. ^ "Hotel Indigo". InterContinental Hotels Group. 30 September 2023. Updated as required.
  2. ^ King, Danny. "Atlanta's second Hotel Indigo opens near airport". Travel Weekly. Retrieved 26 February 2020.
  3. ^ Ori, Ryan (18 April 2018). "Gold Coast's Hotel Indigo getting new name: Claridge House". The Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 26 February 2020.
  4. ^ Sell, George (18 January 2017). "Ottawa Hotel Indigo to deflag and go independent". Boutique Hotels.
  5. ^ Kansier, Brooke (1 July 2019). "Police: Hotel Indigo murder-suicide 'a closed case'". Record Eagle. Retrieved 1 July 2019.

External links[edit]

Media related to Hotel Indigo at Wikimedia Commons