Hotel Indigo NYC Downtown – Wall Street
After a first appearance in New York in the Lower East Side, the boutique brand Hotel Indigo has expanded its offer in the American metropolis. This time, the IHG Group brand has set up shop in the Wall Street district, closer to the business world. In the heart of New York’s Financial District, this 127-room hotel’s contemporary interiors, designed by Gene Kaufman Architect, recall the atmosphere of this historic district dedicated to commerce and trade: gold and leather, a vintage teletype machine, and oyster shell motifs above the headboards, reminiscent of the time when the district’s merchants opened them for visiting stockbrokers and politicians.
As for the hotel’s services, Hotel Indigo NYC Downtown – Wall Street has a restaurant on the first floor that plays on New York classics and is named Buttonwood, in reference to the name of the tree under which the agreement giving birth to the famous New York stock exchange was signed.
the very top of the hotel, on the 25th floor, travelers can relax with a cocktail while watching the city lights from the Highwater Rooftop
In the Middle East, but still in the business district of West Bay
in Doha, the IHG group has put its voco brand on a long-stay hotel that was once a Frasers Suites, before being managed by the Rabban Hospitality group. Recently remodeled and redesigned before entering the voco fold, the property is nestled in a 46-story tower and offers 396 keys. All are organized into a selection of studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom suites, all with kitchenettes, bedding made from 100% recycled materials, organic toiletries and smart TV. Note that suite guests will be able to take advantage of a concierge service, or even arrive at the hotel by air, as the hotel has its own helipad.
Just a few minutes from the exhibition and convention center and the diplomatic and financial center of the Qatari capital
, and right next to the French high school, Voco Doha West Bay Suites welcomes business meetings in its five meeting rooms. Guests will also find several bars and restaurants, including a Sky Lounge on the 35th floor, and can enjoy wellness facilities with an outdoor swimming pool, a spa, and a fitness center.a and a gym.
I’m Michelle, and I love to travel. As a former hotel expert for one of the world’s largest hotel chains, I’ve stayed in nearly every type of room imaginable (including many that were not so desirable!). Nowadays, I am fortunate enough to be able to explore the world on my own terms. From international flights to learning different languages, there is nothing too far out of reach!