Intercontinental Hotels Group has opened its third Hotel Indigo property in Spain, and the second in the country’s capital Madrid.
The 101-room Hotel Indigo Madrid Princesa is located on Calle de la Princesa, and features room designs based around nature “taking cues from the lush greenery of [nearby] Parque del Oeste”.
Décor has been inspired by the seasons, with gold and red for autumn, and green and blue for spring, and bedrooms feature headboards made of sack cloth with leather strapping, “harking back to park traders of old”.
Hotel facilities include a health-centric farm-to-table restaurant Best Kitchen and Bar, with dishes including seafood ceviche, and a Galician-style burger stuffed with sweet and sour pickles, American cheddar and caramelized onions.
IHG opened its first Hotel Indigo property in Spain in 2013, located on Barcelona’s Gran Via de las Corts Catalanes, followed by a Madrid hotel in 2014.
There are currently 37 Hotel Indigo properties across Europe, with 17 more set to open in the next three to five years. Recent European openings include Hotel Indigo Milan Corso Monforte, and the botanical-themed Hotel Indigo Brussels-City.
The Hotel Indigo brand launched in 2004, and currently has around 120 properties worldwide, with another 100 in the pipeline. Scheduled openings for 2020 include Larnaca and Bath.