Hotel Indigo opens first Pennsylvania property

InterContinental Hotels Group’s (IHG) Hotel Indigo brand opened its first hotel in Pennsylvania with the 135-room Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh East Liberty. The property is both an adaptive reuse and new build comprised of four buildings representing four different eras of Pittsburgh’s history, including the building that formerly housed the Governor Hotel. The boutique hotel sits in Pittsburgh’s cultural district.

“When guests stay at the Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh East Liberty they will find many of the best neighborhood sites within walking distance of the hotel," said Jordan Bartels, GM of the hotel. "Whether it’s seeing an original show at the Kelly Strayhorn Theatre, taking in the dynamic arts scene or trying out the latest dining destination in the East End, we look forward to connecting guests with everything the East Liberty neighborhood has to offer.”

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Guestrooms have plush bedding, hard-surface flooring with area rugs and spa-inspired bathrooms. In addition, the hotel has a two-room Governor’s Suite which offers a private sitting parlor, bar area and master suite with a separate powder room. Guests also have access to a 24-hour fitness center and 2,400 square feet of meeting space. The Pittsburgh hotel offers the brand’s Neighborhood Guide, an innovative touchscreen display that connects guests to each other, the local neighborhood and to Hotel Indigo locations around the world. Hotel team members, many of whom are locals themselves, will share their favorite hidden gems with guests looking to explore and discover the neighborhood.

The Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh East Liberty hotel is owned by Governor’s Hotel Company and managed by IHG.

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