Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown names new GM

The Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown features more than 21,000 square feet of meeting space, a lobby-level restaurant, a top-floor cocktail lounge, a fitness center and a business center. Photo credit: Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown
Chris Lee. Photo credit: Hotel Indigo Los Angeles
Downtown 

The 350-room Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown appointed Chris Lee general manager. Lee brings more than a decade of luxury hotel experience to his new role, including leadership positions at two other IHG properties.

Before joining the Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown, Lee served as GM for the 363-room InterContinental Los Angeles Century City. While there, he led the team in repositioning the hotel’s signature restaurant Mari Los Angeles and helped the property achieve year-over-year growth in guest satisfaction and TripAdvisor rankings. Before that role, Lee worked as hotel manager for the InterContinental Cleveland.

Before joining IHG, Lee served as director of operations for Canyon Ranch Wellness Resorts in Kaplankaya, Turkey, and Tucson, Ariz. Earlier in his career, he also held roles at The Ritz-Carlton and Four Seasons hotels.

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The Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown offers more than 21,000 square feet of meeting space across 11 rooms. It features a lobby-level restaurant, a top-floor cocktail lounge, a fitness center and a business center.

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