Hotel Indigo Debuts in the Historic City of Bath
IHG Hotels & Resorts has further expanded its boutique footprint with the opening of the highly anticipated Hotel Indigo Bath in the UK.
Set in a beautiful honey coloured Georgian terrace built in the 18th century, the 166 room Grade I listed building has hosted famous figures from history including Sir Walter Scott, William Wilberforce, and the Duke of York. Taking its design cues from the city’s surrounding Georgian architecture and the history of the local neighbourhood, Hotel Indigo Bath creates a truly memorable experience by artfully combining modern design and historical architecture.
Guests will have five different room types to choose from including ‘Romance & Mischief’ rooms, ‘Literary Hideaway’ rooms, ‘Georgian Architecture’ rooms, ‘Garden’ rooms, and ‘Underground Vault’ rooms.
All rooms are equipped with comfy Hypnos beds with luxury Egyptian cotton linen, spa-inspired bathrooms, Nespresso coffee machines, high speed Wi-Fi and a variety of channels on a 40” flat screen TV. Hotel Indigo Bath is also home to “The Elder”, a new and exciting restaurant from multi-award-winning West Country restaurateur Mike Robinson, co-owner of the only Michelin-starred London pub, the Harwood Arms in Fulham. The Elder is the place to enjoy authentic, honest and timeless British cooking, with a focus on sustainability, seasonality, and locally sourced produce and is open for lunch and dinner with an à la carte menu. In the bar and the terrace, visitors can enjoy small plates, alongside cocktails and Somerset ciders.
Surrounded by culture, Bath is famous for literature, romance, and historic architecture. Also renowned for its ancient Roman baths, the city is home to the only natural thermal hot springs you can use in Britain.
Bath is also home to a large collection of museums and galleries and a lively city centre filled with independent shops and restaurants.
There are currently 121 Hotel Indigo properties open globally with another 102 in the pipeline to open in the next 3-5 years.