The FINANCIAL -- The new-build, 138-room, eight-story Hotel Indigo Vancouver Downtown will be located along the Columbia River in downtown Vancouver.
According to IHG, the hotel will have a restaurant, lobby and rooftop bars, a dedicated subterranean parking garage and 3,300 square feet of meeting space. The Hotel Indigo Vancouver Downtown will be adjacent to the 12-story luxury Kirkland Tower Condominiums, an entertainment pier, retail shops and restaurants, all of which are part of a waterfront mixed-use development. Expected to open in Q1 2020, the hotel is owned by Kirkland Development LLC, and will be approximately seven miles from Portland, Oregon, and 11 miles from the Portland International Airport (PDX).
The Hotel Indigo Everett will be located on the Puget Sound waterfront, within the Port of Everett. This new-build, four-story, 142-room hotel will have a restaurant and bar, 6,100 square feet of meeting space, a business center, fitness center, an indoor pool and dedicated parking. Expected to open in Q2 2019, the Hotel Indigo Everett is owned by Omar and Christine Lee and will be 29 miles north of downtown Seattle and will be located very close to Everett’s new airport at Paine Field.
The Hotel Indigo Spokane will be a conversion from an existing historic building built in 1911. The five-story, 112-room hotel will be located in downtown Spokane and will feature a restaurant and bar, fitness center, business center and 1,500 square feet of meeting space. Expected to open in Q2 2019, the Hotel Indigo Spokane is owned by Hos and Boz LLC and will be located less than one mile from the Spokane Convention Center and Spokane Falls, and just two blocks from River Park Square.
Launched in 2004, the Hotel Indigo brand has grown to 88 open hotels worldwide and an additional 86 in the global pipeline. The brand is expanding its footprint across all regions, and in 2017, had the highest level of openings in five years, including an iconic property in downtown Los Angeles and the first resort for the brand in Bali. The Hotel Indigo brand recently celebrated the opening of its 50th hotel in the Americas in Kansas City during the fourth quarter of 2017. No two Hotel Indigo properties hotels are the same, with each drawing on the local neighborhood story to inspire every aspect of the hotel experience, from design to food and beverage.