The $20M Launch That Rocked Savannah's Hotel Scene
Hotel Indigo opened this month, and it is already joining the ranks of the finest hotels in the area
Taking over the once 19th century warehouse adjacent to Ellis square and City market, Savannah’s most recent addition is part of a rising trend of boutique hotels that has been bringing an upscale creativity to overnight accommodations.
Imagine a place where you sleep – in a bed, with blankets. You have a restroom, free internet, a few cable channels, and perhaps a continental breakfast.
Sounds like a hotel, right? Right.
But Savannah’s latest vacation opportunity offers more than just lodging and sanitary facilities – it’s not just a hotel. It’s Hotel Indigo.
Imagine a place where you sleep, in a bed, with blankets. Now imagine that it looks like this:
Now picture that absolutely scrumptious continental breakfast – and revolutionize into an elite dining experience, with a gastro pub vibe, at the Five Oaks Taproom. Don’t settle for cheerios when you can have the asparagus-bacon-blue-cheese scramble, Dutch pancakes, or even “the B and Q” sandwich, loaded with buttermilk fried chicken, thick-cut bacon and egg on a cheese biscuit topped with house-made sausage gravy.
At Indigo, the trendy quirkiness of a little boutique hotel is available on a new scale - one that allows for 252 rooms and 57 suites, all while maintaining an intimate attention to detail.
Elements throughout the hotel turn Indigo from the Plain-Jane Inn – into your latest destination hotspot.
For example, check out this quaint library where you can finally finish reading that novel you’ve been meaning to get to, or just relax after a long day downtown -
If you’re visiting Savannah, or just need a weekend to have some fun, book a stay for the whole family, and this time, don’t leave your pets at home! (Animal lovers, rejoice! Hotel Indigo is a pet-friendly paradise. )
So yes, you will be getting a bed, with blankets, high-speed internet, a television, and a breakfast miles above continental - but the experience of Indigo is far more.
From the smallest of details, to the most obvious elements, Hotel Indigo goes the extra mile to ensure that your stay is comfortable, yet far from ordinary. Sleep, Eat, and experience the best of contemporary southern culture, at the newest overnight attraction in town.
Book your stay now at Hotel Indigo or drop in for breakfast or dinner at 201 West Bay Street, Savannah, GA 31401 or call 912-236-4440.