Let yourself recharge at our cozy, alpine-inspired Winter Chalet experiences. Full of new sips, bites, sounds and scents, these spaces are sanctuaries for coming together with friends or unwinding to take in the best parts of the season. You’ll love pressing pause on the hustle and bustle with us.
Settle into the harmony and adventure in the expansive natural wonder that makes San Cristóbal Island in the Galapagos world-renowned. Relax in the outdoor infinity pool, renew yourself at the spa, and grab a bite at Darwin’s Secret. Live the magic of these enchanted islands.
A village atmosphere in the oldest part of Bordeaux - nestle into this dreamy historic quarter. From our rooftop with panoramic views, view the many green spaces and old merchant houses. Saunter down the Bassin d'Arcachon, famously a favorite getaway of the Bordelais with its mythical Dune du Pyla and famous oyster huts.
This neighborhood is the beating heart of Melbourne, and it's got a colourful history that you won't find in any travel guide. This place has seen it all, from playboys, to crooks and even creatives like legendary and often controversial artist Helmut Newton. Nothing in this part of town remains idle for long.
These idyllic mountainsides are known for four wonders: sunrises, sunsets, seas of clouds and a never-ending forest canopy. One of the most iconic draws of Taiwan, nature lives preserved and appreciated from the Chiayi and Tainan Plain Overlooks to the Lantan Reservoirs and Danaiku Ecological Park.
Moments from the electrifying and dynamic centre of Tokyo's renowned Shibuya Crossing – our hotel is cocooned high above the urban kaleidoscope that makes up this neighborhood. Cast your eyes across panoramic views that span as far as Mt Fuji, admire local art in the gallery-like spaces of our restaurant, and soak up the atmosphere in our outdoor terrace or neighbourhood café.
Just a short walk from Vienna’s historic centre, the ‘Margareten’ district has a laidback and liveable vibe. It’s a neighbourhood filled with secret gardens, hidden treasures, and a multicultural community thriving in the latest era in a long line of reinventions.
A castle town that stood the test of time, Inuyama offers an inspiring mix of new and old, rich heritage and lively culture. From Inuyama Castle on the hill to the revered Joan Tea House, to humble cuisine and the winding Kiso River, this city is home to an abundance of cultural treasures.
Though less than a mile long, Wall Street’s eight city blocks along the East River have become one of the most iconic streets in the world—one that’s evolved from a humble plank fence in a Dutch Settlement into the epicenter of the modern financial world.
The boom and bust of this precinct’s past and its grass-root ties with copper, wheat and wine have created a unique landscape of culture. A sense of community thrives here, full of free-spirited and free-thinking citizens in the City of Festivals.
Founded over thirteen hundred years ago as a prominent stop on the Ancient Tea Horse Road, the township of Dukezong is a place that encapsulates Tibetan heritage and culture. This neighborhood epitomizes a legendary lost paradise of idyllic beauty and tranquility.
You’ll find us in the world’s most vibrant communities, along interesting streets where there’s always something new to see. And just as no two neighborhoods are alike, no two Hotel Indigos alike. From crisscrossing railroad tracks in our El Paso lobby, to our tranquil former monastery in Venice, there’s a world of stories for you to discover.