IHG Signs Third Hotel Indigo in Miami

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Wednesday, 19 March 2014

InterContinental Hotels Group has signed its third Hotel Indigo in Miami.

The 24-story, 140-room hotel is a joint-venture by HES Group and Sunview Companies, and will be franchised by an affiliate of IHG.

The Hotel Indigo Miami Brickell, expected to open in late 2016, will be located at 145 SW 11th St., blocks from historic Brickell Avenue and Downtown Miami.

The new-build $48 million property will have approximately 2,000 sq. feet of meeting space, a full restaurant, fitness center, and an outdoor pool with its own bar and grill.

Guestrooms will feature plush bedding, hard-surface flooring with area rugs, and spa-inspired bathrooms.

Every Hotel Indigo property is uniquely designed to reflect the culture, character, and history of its surrounding neighborhood, and this hotel will delve into the story of the Brickell neighborhood, once known as Miamis Millionaires Row and now considered a living cultural mosaic. With a rich multicultural heritage of Latin, Spanish and Native American influences, Brickell today serves as the heart of the U.S. international finance community as well as one of the largest financial districts in the country.

Each of our hotels has a unique neighborhood story that is woven throughout the guest experience, from the locally sourced food and drinks served in the restaurant and bar, to the art, photography and architecture incorporated into the hotels design, said Mary Winslow, director, Americas Brand Management, Hotel Indigo. We think Brickell has an undiscovered story that many people dont know about, and we look forward to helping guests discover something new when they visit.

IHG, InterContinental, Hotel Indigo, Miami

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