“Travelers looking to spend less can try the Hotel Indigo, a budget boutique hotel across from the ornate Fox Theater. Rooms are small (it was once a Days Inn), but nicely furnished.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Atlanta.
Located in Midtown, the hotel is the perfect location for a hospitality center. The hotel is located within 50 m of the Fox Theatre, a short distance from the Centennial Olympic Park and a walking distance from the Georgia Institute of Technology. The Union Station is just a little over 2 km from the hotel and the Hartsfield Jackson International Airport is 15 km away. This makes the hotel easily accessible to travelers and visitors in the city.
Rooms are well-equipped with modern day facilities while the hotel buildings itself features sleek impressive design. Some of the amenities in the room are Free Wi-Fi for connection to the outside world, cable channels on a flat-screen TV, free morning newspapers for guest, work desk and an exquisite spa-style private bathroom designed for maximum comfort. The hotel also offers suites and executive club level rooms that are fitted with some of the best modern décors and furnishes giving guests the best value for their money.
In the hotel, there is a 24-hour business center that provides a public computer. Ideal for guests who are in town for business. The public computer also comes with scanning services.
For their meals and drinks, guests can make use of the 683 Midtown Bar & Bistro, which is regarded as one of the best restaurants in the city. It offers classic American dishes and foreign dishes served in the most exciting and enticing manner all for the satisfaction of guests. The menu changes with the season and you can find simple snacks such as burgers and flatbreads.
When in Atlanta, the Hotel Indigo is the place to stay.