Hotel Indigo Miami-Dadeland renovated as part of Hotel Indigo’s ‘Continuous Renewal Process’

Hotel Indigo Miami-Dadeland hotel completed a design refresh as part of the Hotel Indigo brand’s Continuous Renewal Process. Changes include new murals, paint, soft goods and new furniture.

The Hotel Indigo Miami-Dadeland hotel began its renovation with an update to the entire exterior of the property, including the lanai. A new fountain and wood paneling were added to the pool area. New furniture, including cabanas and canvas lounge chairs, were also installed.

The entire lobby and restaurant were redesigned with new furniture. The entrance now has new wallpaper, woodwork around the front desk pod and a new Hotel Indigo sign. The restaurant has new window treatments and mirrors.


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There are new murals in the lobby that bring the neighborhood story to life, reflecting a sea of saw grass waves of the Florida Everglades. There is also a newly-installed Neighborhood Guide to encourage guests to connect with and explore the surrounding area.  

The guestrooms and guestroom corridors all received new carpet, murals and photography on directional signage and room number signs. New guestroom murals reflect more than 200,000 plants and crops introduced to the Miami area in the early 1900s. The business center, gym and Fairchild boardroom were also updated with new artwork to highlight the neighborhood story.

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