IHG has announced the opening of Hotel Indigo Spring-Woodlands Area in Texas, United States, thus expanding its boutique lifestyle offering in the southern U.S..
Hotel Indigo Spring-Woodlands Area is located in the flourishing community of Old Town Spring and the Woodlands. The hotel is a good centre to discover the area’s distinctive architecture, quaint shops, cozy restaurants, local art galleries and endless outdoor activities.
Hotel Indigo Spring-Woodlands Area draws inspiration from the styles, sounds and flavors of the destination. Like its surroundings, the hotel reflects the Spanish Mission design – a manifestation of the influence of Catholic Dominican, Jesuit and Franciscan missionaries who came to trade and preach while introducing their own architectural flair. Earth tones and natural textures infused throughout the property, along with a shimmering gold bar façade, are a subtle homage to black gold, which was influential in the development and growth of the local neighborhood.
The hotel features 103 stylish guestrooms, each with distinctive artwork. 4 generously-sized suites have a living area and wet bar as well as a separate bedroom and spa-like ensuite bathroom.
Brandon Kitchen, General Manager, Hotel Indigo Spring-Woodlands Area, said:
We are excited to offer a locally-inspired experience unlike anything that has been done before in the Spring-Woodlands area. Every detail, from our amenities to our service, has been carefully curated to reflect the local neighborhood. With our unique design and thoughtful touches taking cues from the local history, architecture, colors and culinary scene, we are able to provide guests a window to the neighborhood through our hotel that inspires them to explore it for themselves.
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Crudo, the hotel’s signature restaurant and bar, features a seasonal menu with craft cocktails and spotlights local musicians and vendors who will provide an element of surprise, discovery and entertainment. Throughout the hotel, the local community’s best flavors are incorporated into the guest experience with offerings such as locally-produced Katz coffee, 8th Wonder Brewery’s nostalgic brews and Breggy Bomb Salsa, founded by Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros.
Facilities at the hotel include a lakeside pool with its own bar, an on-site fitness center and a private event space.
There are presently 129 Hotel Indigo properties open globally, including the recently opened Hotel Indigo Miami Brickell and Hotel Indigo Columbus at Riverfront Place in Georgia, with another 116 in the pipeline to open in the next three to five years.
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