The 180-room Hotel Indigo Denver has opened in the city's Union Station neighborhood, with 1,188 square feet of meeting space.
The LEED-certified property features guest rooms with hardwood floors; interior sliding-barn doors; oversize beds with throw pillows and a plush duvet; spa-inspired showers with complimentary Aveda products, and oversize desk space. A 24-hour fitness studio offers Lifestyle cardiovascular equipment and free weights. The focal point of the lobby is an original piece by Denver-based sculptor Norman Epp titled "Wildwood Cronesong: Survival," incorporating a black cherry tree's single section of trunk, as well as steel elements.
The hotel accommodates groups of up to 200. The meeting space includes the Green Room and the Russell Room, which can be combined into the larger Green Russell room, as well as the Hickenlooper Boardroom.
Hotel Indigo Denver is pet-friendly, and guests are greeted by the hotel's resident dog ambassador, Barkly.
"From the murals on our walls to our passionate and knowledgeable family members, Hotel Indigo Denver authentically speaks to its neighborhood, and we're looking forward to providing a truly exceptional and local experience for years to come," said Amy Healy, general manager of the property.
An InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) hotel, the property is managed by Hospitality Ventures Management Group, an Atlanta-based, private hotel ownership and management company. "With its one-of-a-kind location in LoDo, expert staff and its local, experiential nature, we are confident that the Hotel Indigo Denver quickly will resonate with locals and guests alike as it establishes itself for the preferred destination of leisure and business travelers to the area," said Robert S. Cole, founder, president and CEO of HVMG.