IHG adds Hotel Indigo properties in London and New Orleans

IHG is expanding its Hotel Indigo portfolio with the addition of properties in London and New Orleans.

Hotel Indigo to open in London Kensington and New Orleans
Hotel Indigo to open in London Kensington and New Orleans

Hotel Indigo Kensington-Earl’s Court has 100 rooms and opens today (12 December), while the New Orleans Garden District has 132 rooms, a business centre and fitness facilities and opens on 25 December.

The two new properties are part of a major expansion for the brand in the coming five years, with plans to double in size to 100 hotels.

Hotel Indigo properties are planned in key cities including Hong Kong, which will open in early 2013, Tel Aviv, St. Petersburg, Bangkok, Riyadh, Madrid, Jakarta, Lisbon, Barcelona, Philadelphia, Chicago and New York City. 

IHG vice president, global brand leadership marketing for Hotel Indigo, Janis Cannon said: "We are thrilled about the opening of these two new Hotel Indigo properties and are equally proud to have reached such an important milestone that communicates a strong message to the development community about the success and global viability of the Hotel Indigo brand.

"Following a milestone year in Europe in 2012, we will continue to expand the brand’s footprint strategically, while growing strongly in California and Mexico."

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