IHG Hotels & Resorts and Pro-invest Group have announced the opening of Hotel Indigo Sydney Potts Point, debuting the neighbourhood-inspired global boutique brand in Sydney.

The unveiling of the 105-room hotel marks a new chapter in the property’s history following a multi-million-dollar refurbishment inspired by the eclectic Kings Cross neighbourhood that has been a place for creatives and revellers for nearly a century.

Hotel Indigo Sydney Potts Point has creatively furnished rooms, some offering private outdoor terraces and balconies.

Renowned Sydney chef, Luke Mangan, has also taken up residence in the neighbourhood with his new restaurant and bar, Luc-san, a streetside French Izakaya.

Luke Mangan will also oversee The X Café, a bijoux-sized early morning to late afternoon café nestled in the hotel lobby serving day-break lattes to lunch time bites to guests and locals.

Hotel Indigo Sydney Potts Point is Pro-invest Group’s fourth owned and operated hotel in Sydney and the third Hotel Indigo in the Pro-invest portfolio, following the August opening of Hotel Indigo Melbourne on Flinders and Hotel Indigo Brisbane City Centre late last year.

Pro-invest Group has a total of 32 hotels open and in the pipeline across Australia and New Zealand.

The group is IHG’s largest franchise partner across Australasia with an extensive estate of Holiday Inn Express hotels, as well as recent openings under the Kimpton and voco brands.

Matt Tripolone, managing director – Australasia and Pacific at IHG Hotels & Resorts, said: “No two Hotel Indigos are alike and with Sydney’s most famous neighbourhood as its inspiration, Hotel Indigo Sydney Potts Point will be another exceptional example of the brand’s culturally rich boutique offering.”