InterContinental Hotels Group’s (IHG) boutique hotel brand Hotel Indigo continues to grow in Germany, with the signing of Hotel Indigo Düsseldorf-Victoriaplatz following two openings in Berlin earlier this year.
Hotel Indigo Düsseldorf-Victoriaplatz will operate under a franchise agreement with LFPI Hotels Management Germany GmbH. The 126 room hotel is a conversion from the Lindner Rhein Residence into a Hotel Indigo, and will open in 2013.
In an announcement, IHG’s Development Director for Germany, René Schappner, said Dusseldorf was an ideal city for the Hotel Indigo brand.
“Dusseldorf is an international business and financial centre, known for its trade and fashion fairs. The city is also known for its cultural offerings, including the Academy of Art and the NRW-Forum in art, architecture and design. Dusseldorf doesn’t have many boutique hotels, so it’s a great opportunity to introduce Hotel Indigo. Each hotel is uniquely designed to reflect the community, character and history of its surrounding area. Hotel Indigo Düsseldorf-Victoriaplatz’s design will be inspired by the numerous fashion stores and showrooms around Dusseldorf’s Fashion House and the Kaiserswerther Strasse.”
The signing of Hotel Indigo Düsseldorf-Victoriaplatz follows the recent opening of two Hotel Indigo properties in Berlin – Hotel Indigo Berlin-Centre Alexanderplatz and Hotel Indigo Berlin-Centre Hardenbergstrasse.
Every Hotel Indigo features a bar and restaurant that is open to both guests and locals. All Hotel Indigo properties in Europe offer free wi-fi throughout the hotel as a brand standard, plus 24-hour room service and access to a gym.
As of June 30, there were 46 Hotel Indigo hotels around the world and 52 in the development pipeline, which will open in the next three to five years. Throughout Europe there are 9 Hotel Indigo hotels, with 11 more in the pipeline.