Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 292
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 Hmph
front desk rude
lots of miscommunication
will never stay here again
don't want to ever go back to New York
they tell you one thing and then do something totally different
April 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ColoMike A great 2 night midweek stay!
I'm glad I decided to try this property out for a 2 night stay last week! The location is perfect, relatively quiet for the city and a one minute walk to the closest subway station; with a few different stations on different lines all within a five minute walk ... it was easy and cheap to get to the hotel from Newark Airport using NJ Transit to NY Penn Station and then the 2 Train to Hoyt Street during rush hour. Also convenient to the BAM theatres, all within a five minute walk from the hotel lobby.
Front desk, housekeeping, maintenance, and restaurant staff were all very pleasant and seemed happy. A quick sandwich and beer at the Brooklyn Brewhouse was very good and reasonably priced for the City.
Best of all, an upgrade on checkin to a fantastic suite on 19, a short ten second walk to the rooftop open air patio deck.
Highly recommended, and on my short list for my frequent NYC visits!
April 23, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by TravellingCouple35 Young couple staying 1 night
Good value for money. The hotel staff were super friendly and efficient, the room extra clean, the bed comfortable and we loved the renovated interior of the room/bathroom which was fresh and tasty. On the downside, the room was rather small giving little to no space at all when occupied by 2 people with a total of 2-3 suitcases.
April 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lester77 Great Service
Front desk staff gave us their full attention. Helped us when we had challenge with transportation. Took control and got us on our way.
April 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by boromac Nice decor and convenient to subways
Just stayed here for a weekend visit with our daughters who live in Manhattan and Brooklyn. We've been to NYC multiple times, but this was our first time to stay in Brooklyn. The location was convenient to subways, the Hoyt St. and Jay St. stations in particular. Being a Platinum Member we were upgraded to a King studio which was wonderful--very spacious compared to the other rooms. Sleep quality was pretty good--there was some construction on the street that made sleeping late a little difficult even though the hotel is on an otherwise quiet street. The pillows were good, but we found the mattress a little too firm. The air conditioner also kept us too cool as the vents blow directly down on the bed. Our only other complaint about the room was the hand held shower which was very hard to use and not get water all over the bathroom. We didn't, however, have a problem at all with hot water as other viewers noted. Otherwise the room was extremely clean and the decor very nice and modern.
When we checked out the front desk staff was very nice about storing our luggage until time for our flight. Unfortunately as we were returning to pick it up on our way to the airport, we learned our flight had been canceled and we were rebooked on a flight the next day. We inquired as to whether they had any rooms available for the night--they did, but the rate they quoted was about $50 more than we had paid the night before, and was for a queen room rather than king. We initially declined the room, but before leaving I pulled up my IHG app and found the same room at a AAA rate $40 lower than the rate they quoted. I was really disappointed that the desk clerk didn't ask if we had a AAA card and obviously wasn't quoting their "best rate," especially given the fact that we were in a bind and this was an unplanned night's stay. When I showed her the rate on my phone, she suggested I reserve it using the IHG app, which I did. She also did not offer to upgrade us again for our Platinum Status...perhaps there weren't better rooms available. I didn't ask. The single queen room we were given is TINY and now I can appreciate the complaints some other reviewers had about the room size. It would have been uncomfortable to spend three nights in such a small room.
Even though we had a good stay overall, the fact that we were quoted a higher rate than the IHG website rates for our unexpected additional night left me with an unfavorable impression. Perhaps the desk staff doesn't have access to the website rates--this taught me to always double check. Regardless, we may stay there again in the future if staying in Brooklyn.
April 20, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by LRB8 Pretty Good Sized Rooms for Brooklyn
I have stayed at Hotel Indigo quite a number of times. This latest time was the one time I have been disappointed, so I guess they deserve another shot. We will consider this an anomoly.
The location is quite convenient to all my business needs in downtown Brooklyn, and I do like the upscale feel of the place. That they have a pretty good restaurant right there, and deliveries are made from local restaurants, also makes this a good locale. I think what I like best is that staff remember me from one visit to the next...important when one is so often on the road.
April 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jenn D Great location, helpful staff
Good place to stay for leisure, more challenging for business (tight quarters, a little uncomfortable for working in the room). However, bed was comfortable and room was clean. Overall good experience.
April 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by vonnegut_fan Great Experience
This hotel has a great location. It looks hip and modern inside and out, and the staff is very attentive to the guest's needs. I was very pleased with the hotel's rooms and amenities. I would recommend the Hotel Indigo to anyone who has business in Brooklyn.
April 18, 2015