IHG's boutique Hotel Indigo brand has opened its third German property in Dusseldorf.
The 126-room Hotel Indigo Dusseldorf - Victoriaplatz features individually designed guestrooms, a garden terrace, and free wifi. Each bedroom comes with its own iPod docking station.
As Dusseldorf is the fashion capital of Germany, each floor pays tribute to a different decade of fashion, from the 1950s through to the 2000s.
Fashion conscious: An Executive King room with a mural on the wall
Murals shot by photographer and stylist Armin Morbach are visible throughout the hotel, showcasing iconic designs from across the last 60 years.
The hotel will be the third Hotel Indigo property in Germany, alongside Hotel Indigo Berlin – Alexanderplatz and Hotel Indigo Berlin – Ku'Damm.
IHG's Tom Rowntree said: "The two Hotel Indigo properties in Berlin have proved a popular base for city explorers and we look forward to welcoming guests to this new [Dusseldorf] hotel.
"We currently operate 11 Hotel Indigo properties in Europe, with 14 more in the pipeline for the next three to five years."
Hotel Indigo is set to debut its first property in Italy next year (see news, April 23).