IHG to open nine new Hotel Indigo properties in the U.S.

InterContinental Hotels Group signed agreements to open nine new Hotel Indigo properties in the U.S.

Two Hotel Indigo properties will open in metro Atlanta, while the other hotels will open in Seattle; Baltimore; Austin and El Paso, Texas; Orange beach and Tuscaloosa, Ala.; and Gainesville, Fla.

The Hotel Indigo brand launched in Atlanta nearly 10 years ago. Today, there are 58 hotels open under the brand.

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“Because we don’t have a standard design, many owners look at the Hotel Indigo brand as a creative option for their real estate assets," Kirk Kinsell, Americas president for IHG, said in a statement. "In fact, these new signings include the conversions of an office building in Atlanta and the historic Blue Horizon boxing venue in Philadelphia, as well as a dual-branded development with IHG’s Holiday Inn Express brand in Austin, Texas.”

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