Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong resides at the heart of the Katong neighborhood of Joo Chiat, the first designated Heritage Town of Singapore. Our area retains its colorful charm and its strong Peranakan cultural roots. Amidst modern high-rises, the two-storey shophouses that have lined the streets of Joo Chiat since the 1920s teem with life. Here, stalls with their charismatic vendors create a lively atmosphere. Mixed into this energy you’ll see street art, which adds distinct character to the neighborhood, and the coffee shops and restaurants that make this a foodie paradise of treasured local flavors, like the Katong Laksa, a local dish of savory noodles in a rich, coconut curry broth. Walk down the street, listen closely and you might catch a local sharing an improvised story for all in earshot to enjoy. So many influences have contributed to the wealth of culture in this historic neighborhood, keeping it alive and thriving for you to experience today.
Lower East Side
Immersed in a culture of creativity and surrounded by vibrant street art, experience life as a local at Hotel Indigo® Lower East Side New York. A custom mural by graffiti legend Lee Quiñones greets you as you enter our 14th-floor lobby; have your camera ready for spectacular 360-degree views of Manhattan too. On our rooftop, enjoy sweeping vistas while you sip a cocktail outside, dine at Mr. Purple or take a dip in the open-air, heated pool. Our 293 rooms, including four luxury suites and a duplex penthouse suite, are urban oases with hardwood floors, spa-inspired showers, C.O. Bigelow bath amenities, Frette linens and locally sourced minibars. You'll wake up refreshed and ready to discover the eclectic art, styles, flavors and sounds of the LES — just let our interactive touch-panel neighborhood guide point the way.
Hotel Indigo Krakow - Old Town
Right in the heart of the city, Hotel Indigo® Krakow – Old Town blends historic Polish art with contemporary style. Our elegant boutique rooms all have rainfall showers and complimentary WiFi, with subtle décor inspired by three of the country's greatest painters. The past and the future meet in the streets around the hotel, where Wawel Castle and the Renaissance Cloth Hall on the old town's medieval square rub shoulders with new museums, cutting-edge galleries and buzzing bars. The old town, Florianska's shops and the vibrant nightlife of the Kazimierz district are all easily accessible on foot. Our creative chefs serve local specialties sourced from the neighboring Old Kleparz food market, and after a day of discovery you can savor a vodka in our intimate bar.
Welcome to the Theatre District, a place where well-to-do, picture-perfect Paris rubs up against the edgier, sparklier side of the city. It’s a quirky quarter fizzing with cultural life thanks to its eclectic theatres, music halls and opera houses. The theatre, music and the Opera are written into the very DNA of the neighborhood, still attracting trailblazers who uphold its proud traditions of excellence and innovation passed down since the time of Molière. As the lights come up each night, locals and visitors alike flock to get their fix of everything from farce to philosophy to folk music. And at the center of it all is the awe-inspiring might of the Paris Opera, which gives the area its name.