Hotel Indigo combines a modern appeal with “green” practices and functionality creating a hip hotel in the East Village neighborhood of San Diego.
As visitors approach Hotel Indigo, they’ll notice it’s just one block from the local baseball stadium and a few short blocks from the thriving Gaslamp Quarter scene in downtown. The building blends in nicely to the area with a distinct urban feel and modest exterior.
As guests step inside, they’ll experience the welcoming atmosphere of this boutique hotel. Its lobby is quaint and inviting with vibrant pops of color, a small business center and a stylish sitting area decorated with unique natural wood lamps and a semi circle waterfall serving as a barrier between the sitting area and hotel
restaurant, Table 509. It’s sleek, modern and appealing.
Each guest room capitalizes on the vibrancy of California with tall functioning windows, hardwood floors and beautiful cream and orange bedspreads featuring California’s state flower, the California poppy. It’s spacious, airy and pleasingly simple with strong decorative accents and modern amenities like a Keurig coffee brewer and iHome docking stations. The room is refreshing and energizing, like breathing in fresh California air on a warm spring day.
What make this hotel really stand out are its pet-friendly policy, popular Level 9 rooftop bar and LEED certification. Pets are not only welcome, they are treated like members of the family, but Hotel Indigo isn’t just kind to pets, it’s also kind to the environment as the first LEED certified hotel in San Diego. Its “green” practices include a thorough recycling program, large functioning windows for natural light and even a planted roof to help with temperature control and storm run-off drainage. It’s recently renovated rooftop bar boasts a bird’s eye view of Petco Park, a beautiful tile bar, appealing fire pits and bright color accents for the perfect San Diego social scene.
Hotel Indigo, located in East Village San Diego, works to reduce its carbon footprint, maintains a beautiful modern appeal and welcomes four legged friends making it a new favorite for vacationers in San Diego.