Stay Chic at the Hotel Indigo, Asheville
You probably have a hard time imagining the term “boutique hotel” and “Asheville” combined together. Although Asheville is known for their many boutique shops, this unique southeastern city is not known for it’s boutique hotels. Asheville is better known for its charming bed and breakfasts. You may also have a hard time imagining a boutique hotel mentioned alongside the likes of Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza and Staybridge Suites, yet this is exactly what you’ll find in the Hotel Indigo, which is a part of the same brand, IHG, which owns these three hotel brands and a couple more.
The downtown Asheville Hotel Indigo certainly fits right in with the Asheville ambiance and culture that is unlike any other city. As you look up at the exterior of this boutique hotel in Asheville, you’ll notice that it’s no different than many of the rising brick buildings in Asheville. However, as you get near the top, you’ll notice that the last few floors feature a unique glass exterior that blends in with the brick. That is because the Asheville hotel doubles as both accommodations and residences. The last few floors of the Hotel Indigo are several luxury condos that can be rented out on a short-term basis.
Although many of the Hotel Indigos around the world offer the same primary amenities, the Asheville Hotel Indigo is worth a stay because of the style and feel you simply won’t find in any other hotel in Asheville. Unlike a city like New York, where you find many boutique hotels, it’s not the same in Asheville. A simple Google search should speak for itself, but if you need more convincing, the downtown Asheville hotel has most of the amenities you would come to expect in a boutique hotel. Asheville visitors will find amenities that include a 24-hour fitness center, on-site full-service restaurant, complimentary high-speed Internet access and stylish decor.
What makes boutique hotels so extraordinary are often found once you actually get into your room. That is certainly the case at the Asheville Hotel Indigo. Each room features colors and decor that change seasonally, hardwood floors and a chic ambiance that has the feel of more of an apartment. Each room offers luxurious bedding and a seating area and every single room in the hotel has a view that can’t be beat. Take your pick at whether you want a view of the mountains, the city or even both. Rates at the Hotel Indigo in Asheville start at $100 per night.