InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has opened its second boutique Hotel Indigo in Edinburgh on 20 Princes Street.
The design of Hotel Indigo Edinburgh Princes Street reflects Edinburgh’s culture and history with paintings of famous authors, poets and artists and Harris Tweed soft furnishings in each of its 64 rooms.
It will house Twenty Princes Street restaurant, headed by Executive Chef, Tony Sarton, and bar Juniper which will serve cocktail made from locally sourced ingredients, homemade juices and infusions.
Helen Gallagher, General Manager of Hotel Indigo Edinburgh – Princes Street, said, “Edinburgh is an inspiring city with a rich literary heritage; this local culture has been reflected throughout the hotel design and our award-winning restaurant and bar to create something truly unique and stylish.”
Tom Rowntree, IHG’s Vice President For Hotel Indigo, Europe added,”Boutique is the fastest growing segment in our industry and we have a strong pipeline for Hotel Indigo next year, with 14 hotels due to open in vibrant city locations around Europe.
“We’re delighted to have a second Hotel Indigo in Edinburgh and look forward to welcoming guests and locals to the hotel, restaurant and bar.”
Hotel Indigo Edinburgh – Princes Street will operate under a franchise agreement with The Station Hotel (Newcastle) Ltd.
There are currently 20 Hotel Indigo properties in Europe, including nine IHG hotels in Edinburgh.