Hotel Indigo Opens Hidden Urban Retreat in Vibrant Vienna
Boutique hotel brand Hotel Indigo, part of IHG Hotels & Resorts’ Luxury and Lifestyle portfolio, has opened its first property in Austria, Hotel Indigo Vienna – Naschmarkt.
Centrally located, the hotel is a short walk from the city’s historic centre, the ‘Margareten’ district, a culturally diverse neighbourhood, including everything from 19th century architecture to relaxed eateries and secret gardens offering sanctuaries to both travellers and locals alike.
With 158 guest rooms, Hotel Indigo Vienna – Naschmarkt reflects the story of the district’s secret gardens and hidden treasures, through colourful tropical themed wallpaper and rich plant-inspired artwork that covers the walls.
As guests arrive at Hotel Indigo Vienna – Naschmarkt, they will be met with a bronze metal façade – intended to represent the city’s evolution into the modern design scene.
The restaurants signature dishes, also reflect the hotel’s overall foliage theme, and offers simple vegetables and greens presented in a new and contemporary way.
Within the ground floor of the hotel, there is also a lobby bar, where anyone can enjoy snacks and cocktails created by the team’s talented mixologists.
No two Hotel Indigo properties are alike - each inspired by its unique locality that tells a distinct story celebrating the people, places and experiences making them one-of-a-kind.
Rooms at Hotel Indigo Vienna – Naschmarkt are available to book from €145 per night, for standard double room.
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Famed for its baroque streetscapes and home to some of the history’s most renowned composers such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven, Vienna is commonly referred to as the City of Music and is a popular stomping ground for those whose interests lie within the art form.