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City debut for boutique brand

New hotel says colour me indigo

A new colour has appeared on Sydney’s hotel landscape – and that colour is indigo.

Hotel Indigo Sydney Potts Point marks the debut for the global boutique brand in the Harbour City. It is located behind the iconic neon Coca-Cola sign in Kings Cross.

The opening follows the August unveiling of Hotel Indigo Melbourne on Flinders and Hotel Indigo Brisbane City Centre late last year.

The launch of the 105-room Sydney hotel marks a new chapter in the property’s history thanks to Pro-invest Group’s multi-million-dollar refurbishment.

Guests arrive in a theatrical lobby where a specially curated art collection sets the tone – from NFT dance projections that come alive at night to striking photographic portraits of famous and up-and-coming performance artists that have graced local stages.

Sought after city, Sydney Harbour views or distinct neon lit streetscapes provide the outlook from creatively furnished rooms, some offering private outdoor terraces and balconies.

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

“Our multi-million-dollar refurbishment has reimagined this property, introducing Hotel Indigo's creative spirit to Sydney for the first time and adding to the incredible re-energisation taking place in this famous part of the city,” said Jan Smits, CEO, Asia Pacific of Pro-invest Group. 

“Our whole team have revelled in finding ways to celebrate the storied history of the neighbourhood from arrival to departure and we look forward to sharing Hotel Indigo Sydney Potts Point with curious travellers seeking a new style of hotel where they can stay and play.”

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


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Published: 9 November 2023

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