Hotel Crush: A Peek Inside Hotel Indigo, Downtown Atlanta's Newest Boutique Hotel
With the dawn of 2016 comes a new upscale travel experience for travelers and locals alike. Hotel Indigo and JP Atlanta, the hotel’s chic dining experience, officially opened its doors this week with a host of Atlanta legends including former Atlanta mayor Andrew Young and prominent architect and developer of the project, John C. Portman.
The perfect example of recycling property, the building was originally constructed back in 1965 as a high-rise office space. More than 50 years later, Portman has flipped his old building into a modern hotel in the heart of the city. The first 11 floors of the 27-story building house the JP Atlanta Restaurant and the property’s 206 guests rooms. The remaining floors consist of office space. Upon entering the sleek lobby, guests can rest their eyes on the glass and steel staircase that spirals up to the second floor conference rooms.
Each room is a beautiful blend of classic and chic with touches of mid-century modern furniture mixed in with modern Atlanta-centric wall art. The rooms also have floor-to-ceiling windows, flat screen TVs, Keurigs for the coffee lovers, hidden safes within the dresser drawers and cool views of Downtown Atlanta.
Located in the heart of downtown, Hotel Indigo is ideal for luxury travelers seeking easy access to the city's transporation including the Peachtree Center Marta station and the Atlanta Streetcar, which is only a hop, skip and a jump away. Guests can also enjoy a slew dining options and entertainment in the area.
Address: 230 Peachtree St. Atlanta, GA 30303