IHG plans to double Indigo portfolio in 5 years

The Hotel Indigo Berlin East Side Gallery is the 100th Indigo to open worldwide. Photo credit: IHG

IHG has opened its 100th Hotel Indigo property globally: the Hotel Indigo Berlin East Side Gallery. 

With a further 100 hotels in its pipeline, the brand is set to double its portfolio over the next three to five years and continue its strong growth as one of the largest boutique brands in this fast-growing segment, according to IHG. 
In the coming years, Hotel Indigo is set to debut in more than 10 new countries, including the UAE, Peru, Australia, New Zealand, India, South Korea, Japan and Vietnam, as well as expand in markets where Hotel Indigo already has a foothold.

At 15 years old, Hotel Indigo now has a presence in more than 15 countries. Its largest presence is in the United States with more than 50 hotels, followed by Europe with almost 30 properties. Together with IHG’s Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants brand, IHG’s boutique portfolio makes up almost 170 hotels globally.
“While more than half of our current estate is in the U.S., we are set to grow significantly in new markets with almost half our new hotels due to open in our Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa (EMEAA) region,” said Eric Lent, SVP of global marketing, upscale brands, IHG. 

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Openings coming up for the brand in 2019 include: the Hotel Indigo Milan-Corso Monforte, Hotel Indigo Stratford-upon-Avon, Hotel Indigo Dubai Downtown, Hotel Indigo Miami and Hotel Indigo Coachella. As of December, there were 27 Hotel Indigo properties open in Europe with another 17 due to open in the next three-to-five years.

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