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Indigo opens on Place Rogier

Image: IHG
Image: IHG

The Place Rogier and surrounds are home to a number of hotels and often experience evolution within the sector – the closing of the Sheraton a few years ago, for example. Now, however, it is a new hotel opening which is in the news. The Hotel Indigo brand (part of HG) has opened the Hotel Indigo – Brussels City on the Place Rogier itself. The owners point out that the property offers 284 guest rooms featuring one of three garden-inspired themes: floral, herbal, and tropical. The room designs mimic what used to be the grand greenhouse in the Botanical Gardens which was also split into the same three climates.

Benjamin Tenius, General Manager of the hotel, comments: “We are excited to have opened our doors in such a prominent part of Brussels. At Hotel Indigo, we want to create an experience that is truly unique to the local neighbourhood. Not only are our rooms designed around the neighbouring Botanic Gardens, but even our public spaces and external facade have living walls and a large selection of indoor plants. With our unique design and thoughtful touches inspired by the local history and surrounding influences, guests can get a flavour of the neighbourhood through our hotel before heading off to explore the city for themselves.”

Mario Maxeiner, Managing Director Northern Europe, IHG, adds: “Hotel Indigo is IHG’s fastest-growing boutique brand and is set to double over the next 3-5 years. The brand is now at home in over 100 different and vibrant neighbourhoods globally, which is an incredibly exciting milestone. We provide guests with the best of both worlds – the promise of a design-led hotel and the reassurance of a consistently upscale experience with the IHG name behind it.”
Tim Harrup
07-02-2020
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