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Hotel Indigo

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  • Brisbane City
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  1. The exterior of Hotel Indigo with a  mural of a woman with her foot on a crate
    Hotel Indigo BrisbaneThe exterior of Hotel Indigo
  2. A room at Hotel Indgio, a double bed with white sheets and mahogany wall paint, with two unique wall lamps and white robes hanging in the closet
    Hotel Indigo Brisbane
  3. A black and white mural of a tiger and a group of birds in space, with the earth in the distance. A mustard couch and two potted plants are also in the picture
    Hotel Indigo Brisbane
  4. A bathroom at Hotel Indigo, with blue paint surrounding the sink, and a black and white tile shower
    Hotel Indigo Brisbane
  5. A large room with ceiling height  red doors, a potted plant, and a white electric scooter with black abstract drawings on it
    Hotel Indigo Brisbane
  6. A dining area with booths and tables with a painted wall mural containing a pink flower
    Hotel Indigo Brisbane
  7. A room with tan chairs and circular wooden tables with small potted plants upon them
    Hotel Indigo Brisbane

Time Out says

Surround yourself with eclectic style and unique artistic flair at this boutique hotel

Bathe in your artistic and cultural wildest dreams at the trendy Hotel Indigo, nestled riverside at North Quay. It showcases the sights, sounds and flavours of Brisbane neighbourhoods with a myriad of unique art and design features. From the six metre high red entrance doors to the murals and artworks by local artists - this hotel experience tells the story of contemporary Brisbane. The hero art piece by local artist Blends, is a large scale blue wren positioned 16 stories high on the hotel’s exterior facade. The wren is an homage to Brisbane author Trent Dalton’s book 'Boy Swallows Universe’. From the exterior to the interior, the 212 guest rooms have been designed and curated with artworks and textures that nod to Brisbane’s mix of unexpected treasures. The hotel’s food and beverage offerings include the graffiti covered Tuk Nook coffee cart and the signature restaurant, Izakaya Publico for authentic Japanese dining with locally sourced seasonal produce. Pop in after to 1603 for local beer, wine and sake inspired cocktails. Get ready to be sparked by curiosity in the absolutely stunning Hotel Indigo.

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Written by
Sandra Moon


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