Indigo is really nice. It really seems like a European type of a hotel. Very clean lines and modest furnishings. There are no drawers in the rooms. Baskets slide in nooks instead.
We noticed the ability to hear the folks above of most of the night. The ceiling is the same concrete that is the floor above us. Nothing to really insulate you from the noise.
I was under the impression this was an all out 5 star hotel. We have little kids and packed their bathing suits! However, pools and tubs are not very friendly to the environment and thus don't exist here.
The hotel is nice and service is really good. It just confused us. We bought a package with breakfast but somehow you pay for your breakfast and they discount the $15 back off the room that you are paying for with the package. Breakfast was good but the coffee is expensive. Cost us near $40 to eat breakfast with 2 kids. Just didn't make sense.
You also aren't really close enough to walk to all the downtown stuff. Taxi's are easy but being downtown you hoped you could walk.
Again, nice, clean place. Friendly staff. Expensive food. You seem to pay for all the recycled stuff in there rather than amenities.
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