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Rating: 3.46

Address: 683 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308
  • Mon: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Tue: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Wed: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Thu: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Fri: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Sat: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Sun: 6:00 am - 5:30 am

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Comments (114):

1. Mrs. H.
I saw this place online and after calling around for rooms rates I went with the non-chain. I wasn't going to be in Atlanta for very long, so I didn't think much for amenities that night. Though in retrospect, I wish I would have stayed at the Hilton as it would have been the same price for a little more. I had dinner at the cafe downstairs, but it was very overpriced and only just ok. In fact, I think my $2.50 meal at Ikea was more satisfying. There weren't many choices and I ended up having a salad and  soup for $24, served in a plastic container with plastic utensils. I learned a little bit of the hotel's history from the guy at the bar who told me this place was a total wreck and used to be the kind of place prostitutes frequented. Great! I give them kudos for renovating the building. The rooms were stylish and modern. Our bathroom had a vessel sink. The wallpaper was a closeup of a sweater and the cd in the alarm clock was amusing. But I felt it was done more a la "Trading Spaces", where a room is real flashy, but on careful inspection, the craftsmanship and details where just not that great. Sheets weren't that soft, that kind of thing. The AC was cold and loud, and the bed pulled away from the headboard (don't ask why). People were friendly and helpful at the front desk and they had free Internet downstairs. Stay if you want to be in a place that looks sleek and modern. Avoid if you want the kind of comfortable bed, soft sheets and cloud-like pillows you don't have at home.

19/03/07 | Link | Rating: 3.0
2. Tim H.
This place was great! We chose the hotel because they were the most dog-friendly hotel we could find in downtown or midtown Atlanta. They have no extra charges for having a dog in your room! Our stay was perfect, and we would stay here again whether or not we had our dog. Incredibly friendly and helpful staff. Very comfortable (although small) room. A good cafe in the lobby with a great patio to sit and drink a coffee in the morning or a beer at night.

21/04/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Tim G.
This place was a nice find, it was centrally located for all my needs, as I could walk everywhere I wanted to go.  The staff were wonderful and very helpful, it felt like they would do just about anything to make your stay that much nicer.  The rooms were comfy and I love the fact that the floors were wood, rather than your average hotel quality carpet.  Of course, you need to remember there are often trade-offs when staying at a boutique hotel versus a multi-million dollar chain hotel, with bathroom space and total square footage of the room being much smaller.

27/05/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Winnie L.
This place was ridiculous.  I cannot believe that it's affiliated with the Intercontinental.  I did hear someone say that it is a "W hotel" wanna-be.  I was initially going to stay there for 4 nights, instead, I checked out after the first night.  When I first got there, the clueless girl at the front desk gave me the wrong room.  I eventually got to swap for another room.  The room was ridiculously small.  The AC is one of those individual room unit type, and it was so loud.  The bathroom was sooo freaking small.  The room had no carpet and the floor was laminated.  The room was filled with cheap ikea lookalike furniture.  The sheets were sooo rough that I swear it was of worse quality than those at a Days Inn.  Worst of all, my coworker found ants crawling around in the room.  ewwww...

We checked out the next morning and moved to the Ritz.  I later found out that apparently the property used to house a Days Inn.  Oh!  I see where they got their bed sheets and AC units.

22/09/06 | Link | Rating: 1.0
5. Emily H.
Overall the hotel was average but I give it 4 stars for being unique and not having your average blas decorating scheme. I loved having the Aveda products and the location was great.

14/04/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Lily C.
I stayed here on a business trip recently and wouldn't recommend it. The room I stayed in was incredibly small and the bathroom was tiny, tiny, tiny. The bathmat didn't even fit on the floor of the bathroom. The AC unit was really loud and I couldn't turn it off. My view was of a rooftop and a vacant lot next door. Someone on my floor brought a dog with them (it is a dog friendly hotel) and must have left the dog in the room while they went out because the dog barked and barked for a couple of hours one night. The restaurant has room service but the guy I ordered from was a bit surly about it. Another night I at in at the restaurant and ordered the lox appetizer. I received the salmon entree. They switched it but it was a hassle. There is zero atmosphere at the restaurant (they had Wheel of Fortune on the TV when I was there) and it is overpriced. I should have stayed somewhere else.

25/08/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
7. Mimi L.
Management is iffy here...BEWARE...When we arrived at the Indigo  just last week, we all loved the decor of the Indigo and thought it was a cute, funky, hotel.  It had a nice little fitness room (although one of the 2 treadmills had problems).  The rooms though, were very small and the bathroom, like the other reviewers said,  is like a mini closet-really, really TINY, don't expect any closet space either.  My family drove and flew in from different parts of the U.S. with their families to meet up at our church's convention in Atlanta.  Our group made up of five families, 3 which had older and 2 with several younger children.  

Now for the unpleasantness, despite the rooms being small and the building was quite old, we had an ok stay there for four days.  On the fourth day, someone in this particular hotel gained access to one our rooms and stole a laptop computer from one of our family members, which was specifically hidden in their tiny closet.  Now the doors on these rooms have a heavy duty lock and the only access to each room has to be with those plastic key cards that are inserted into a slot in the doorknob activated only by the staff at the front desk  (Your own key cannot open someone else's door so only management and cleaning staff had master keys).  When we asked to call the local authorities for a theft, the manager said he would investigate and call us in the morning (What?).  My sister-in-law made them call the authorities immediately, and of course they hem and hawed to the police about who could have stolen it.  And of course even alluded to our own family of stealing from each other.  (Not only was all the family together everyday but no one knew their way back to the hotel without a cab and a map, hello).  This incident left everyone feeling not only depressed but violated.   And the management was not even concerned (one of the front desk workers had a room across from an Ice machine and opened his door wearing no shirt and drinking alcohol from a glass and stood staring while I was filling an ice bucket, wierd).  Not only did they have access to our rooms but they knew when we were leaving and waited till the day before we left to rob us knowing it would be hard for us to make an investigation because we were leaving town.

While we thought Atlanta was a nice city, we will never go back to the Indigo Hotel, next time we will pay the extra $$ and stay at the nice hotel.  If you're smart you will also do the same.  Sometimes the cheaper places aren't worth it.

06/07/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
8. Lauren A.
First of all - I'm not sure why people keep complaining about the small bathroom.  Yeah - its small, but who cares? What do you need a massive bathroom for?  Unless you're looking for more privacy from whomever you're sharing the room with... I don't really understand the complaints.  You have a nice bright bathroom that has a great little shower stocked with Aveda products... and right outside the bathroom, there is a nice huge mirror if you're someone who needs a large countertop and mirror to get ready in front of.  
Second - the complaints about the window unit a/c.  Is it really that loud?? You have to remember that this building is over 100 years old - so installing central heat/air in an old building is costly.  I think the place has a lot of charm to it - the rooms are small, but you have a king size bed in it - what else do you need in the room?  You have a chair and ottoman, a desk, and a wardrobe.  
So onto the hotel experience... now that i've explained why the petty complaints are pointless.  This place was a really pleasant experience for us.  There is a large parking garage so no matter what size vehicle you're in, you can easily park here (for those of us who drove a large truck on a trip to pick up large purchases from IKEA). The staff was very friendly.  The rooms were nice, clean, and cozy.  The bed was comfortable - as were the pillows and sheets!  
The hotel itself was only a few blocks off the interstate and a couple blocks from a marta station... which makes it very convenient.  OH and if you're ever traveling to ATL for a show at the Fox Theater - this hotel is directly across the street!
So.  unless you're used to staying in the ritz-carlton or some other expensive hotel - then the petty things won't bother you.  For the price - you really can't beat this place.

08/12/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
9. Rebecca K.
Ok, I love me a good Boutique hotel and I was fresh off a stay at the new Hotel Indigo in Asheville (which was great). However, my 2 nights @ the Hotel Indigo in midtown left something to be desired. The location is spot on with $18 a night parking however...

As previous reviewers have noted the rooms are TINY TINY....like standing to brush my teeth I could have been sitting on the toilet (in fact probably would have been more comfortable). The queen size mattress needed replacing and the linens were a bit on the older side.

Another annoying factor the extremely loud AC unit in the room--that still never seemed to cool down.

The hotel looks like it is in need of some repainting and renovations...on the 3rd floor there was peeling paint from what looked to be water damage.

In a nutshell...I stayed here for $59 a night booked on hotwire...which was fine. Would I pay full price? no.

09/06/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
10. Juli H.
I've never stayed in the hotel as a guest since I'm an Atlanta resident, but my pet sitting and dog walking service has me visit Yappy Hour on the porch nearly every Tuesday afternoon.  If I'm caring for an out-of-town client's dog the client may ask me to take the dog there for socializing.  I enjoy meeting the dogs and owners.  There are free dog treats, and you can order your canine friend steak bits if you decide to eat.  The food is very good.  Profits from the alcohol sales goes to pet rescue.  As a side note - if you don't like small bathrooms forget about ever traveling to England.  Most older English hotels are built the same way.  It's simply how they were designed.

11/02/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
11. George P.
Rooms and lobby are always super clean. Bar downstairs is awesome and good service. Front desk people are always on top of there game and ready to help you. This hotel is close to everything, aka Fox Theatre, Noodle, Vortex bar and grille..

15/09/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. Ryan S.
We chose this hotel because we could use our credit card points for a free stay. But for a free hotel, it was pretty good. Although we have grown out of our "cheapest place on the side of the highway" Motel 6 phase, we are still not that picky when it comes to hotels. Our criteria for a nice hotel stay are not, I think, unreasonable.

The staff was friendly and helpful. They even offered unsolicited help with finding things to do in Atlanta.

The room was clean. I know some people here have complained about the small bathroom, but we had no problem with it. I mean, come on -- are you planning on living here? It's more important to me that the bathroom is clean and has decent toiletries (Aveda, in this case) and enough towels.

The only problems were not exactly things the hotel could do much about. No matter where we are or what hotel we are in, Some jackasses decide that they really need to have a loud conversation in the hallway in the middle of the night. Seriously, you'll see each other again in the morning, just shut up.

Also, there was some street noise, since our room faced Peachtree. I would suggest requesting a room away from the street whenever possible.

Also, the parking situation was a little confusing. There is a parking deck behind the hotel that says Georgia Terrace Hotel (which is next door), but it is not clear until after you enter that it is also for Hotel Indigo guests. A sign outside the deck would be helpful. Also, the guy at the front desk didn't tell me I needed to keep the green parking stub from the deck after he gave me the Hotel parking pass. The girl at the parking deck needed both, for some reason, and we got into a little bit of a fight over it.

01/07/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
13. Sean S.
I've stayed several times now and have to say I like the charm of a boutique hotel over a chain. That said, it comes with an understanding that there will be hiccups and quirks. For a decent price, you stay in the heart of Midtown, get a great parking spot, and enjoy a friendly, helpful staff. The room service menu is excellent. The drawback: The rooms are extraordinarily tiny. Two adult males are a tight squeeze. And the outside walls are thin, so there's a lot of noise from the hallways if neighbors get rowdy. If you're there for a weekend at The Fox, it's absolutely the best choice.

25/04/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
14. Marie H.
My husband and I spent one night at Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown and we were very impressed.  We called ahead to see if we could check in early, which was no problem. When we arrived the front desk worker upgraded our room from a queen to a king.  We were also traveling with our dog and he asked if we needed any dishes for the dog.  I always bring all of the supplies my dog needs, but this time I had forgotten and didn't realize it until he asked.  He had someone send dishes, a dog bed, and a dog related magazine to our room.

The rooms are very attractive with the bright blue nautical theme and the character of an older remodeled hotel.  It is convienently located in walking distance of bars, restaurants, etc.  The room was clean and comfortable.The bathroom is tiny, but since I knew this going in I was not turned off by that. There was a long table outside of the bathroom with a mirror where I did my makeup.  The shower size is quite large and they have Aveda products.

For the price, convenience, and the fact that they allow and welcome dogs without a fee I gave this hotel 5 stars.  It was a nice getaway and a pleasurable experience.

05/04/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
15. Marlo G.
First off, this is a BOUTIQUE hotel, which means it's not part of a chain...  That said, I think the Indigo gets away with a lot of things because of it!  The room was...guess what color?  Indigo!  Well, more like blue.  I've never seen a hotel decorated like this...the walls were covered in huge floor to ceiling photos of blueberries.  The room's furniture was a beach chair (white, not indigo).  The bathroom was like being in an airplane...yes, there was a shower in there too!  And since the bathroom was so small, the sink was outside the bathroom.

Do yourself a favor and don't dine in.  It's pricey and the night I was there, they didn't have any sauce!  This meant no sauce for your pasta or your pizza!

03/07/07 | Link | Rating: 3.0
16. Sylvia Y.
i like to stay here when i'm in atl for a night.
it's conveniently located right off of 85, close to varsity (yum), and across the street from the FOX theatre.

OK the hotel is a boutique hotel. Nice, clean, and little small, but it's a nice hotel overall.

The parking was $15.00 for me. My friend is a platinum priority member, so maybe he gets few bucks off on the parking? shrug.

The bathroom is a bit snug, I couldn't fit any of my stuff in the bathroom, instead used the counter outside the bathroom. But the shower is big and spacious, unfortunately the water was all over the floor by the time I was done. Oops. damn shower curtains.

I am not sure why so many people are unhappy with this hotel. for the location and money, I think it's an adequate fit. If you want to spend more, check out  W hotel, or Intercontinental near Lenox/Phipps. But I don't think either of those hotels got walking distance to few bars, including Halo lounge.

I've been coming here for few times now, and I plan to come back when I'm in town.

14/07/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
17. Betty R.
Last summer, when our air conditioning blew out (in July, of course), we had to find someplace else to stay.  The hiccup?  We have a 60+ pound pitbull.  Hotel Indigo welcomed our big hot mess of a dog, thank goodness!  The hotel's pet-friendly policies are a big plus, but they can also be a minus if you happen to be staying on the same floor as a particularly barky creature.  I would recommend against staying here if you don't like animals!  The rooms are TINY, but the furnishings are comfy enough, and we were able to squeeze a crate in somehow.  Parking is a bit pricy, but the staff couldn't have been nicer and the location is pretty darn good.  Overall, we were super thankful to have Hotel Indigo as an option.

12/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
18. Nick K.
I like the Hotel Indigo.  It's not really fancy, but it's nice and it gets the job done.  Very conveniently located on Peachtree in Midtown, it's a few hundred feet from the North Avenue MARTA stop and across from the Fox Theater.  
I'd much rather stay next-door at the Georgian Terrace, but the Indigo is considerably less expensive.  The rooms are decorated in a kinda girly, nautical theme, but the beds are pretty comfortable.  Each bed has at least 4 pillows, I think.  All the rooms I've ever stayed in had flat screen TVs.  The air conditioner is a little loud, but effective.  
The one big negative is that the bathrooms are minuscule.  I think even Europeans would find them small.  It really doesn't bother me that much, but most women would be annoyed, I think, and heavier people might literally have a hard time maneuvering.  The water pressure is low (I'm assuming government mandated due to the Southern drought in recent years).  The shower still manages an impressive spray, but the sink stream is quite piddly.
I've stayed here a few times.  The staff is usually very friendly and helpful.  They've always accommodated me when I had to extend my stay by a day or two.  
The hotel is very pet friendly, too, which is a plus if you travel with pets and possibly a negative if you're afraid of dogs, like a couple of my friends.
The facilities are somewhat limited.  There's a small fitness center on floor 2, but no pool or anything that I know of.  There's a parking garage behind the hotel, but it's a little pricey.  
There are plenty of restaurants in the vicinity, requiring only a few block walk.  There's also a CVS pharmacy only a few blocks north.  
If you're a hotel snob, I'm sure you'll find plenty to criticize about this hotel, but I stay in Atlanta twice a year and despite the few, slight negatives, the convenience and value is too much to pass up.

19/01/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
19. Dane K.
Super cute.  Lobby is pretty to look at, as are the rooms...  The rooms are small but very well decorated.  Themey but not Disney.

Desk staff is very helpful and very friendly.

Good location, at the south end of Midtown, not far from downtown.  (CNNC is about a 15-20 minute walk...).  Right next to the North Ave Marta station.  Several restaurants within a block or two, several bars... more stuff to do within walking distance than you could do in a weeks time.

"First off, this is a BOUTIQUE hotel, which means it's not part of a chain.." ...that's actually not exactly true.  They're independently owned, but operated and completely ran by Intercontinental Hotels (which also owns/operates Holiday Inn). And there are a number of Indigos across the country.

...I haven't had the room service, but I was glad to see they at least had it as an option.  I didn't think they'd even have room service.  There's also a cafe and restaurant in the lobby.

My only real complaint, which isn't even that bothersome, is that the bathrooms are TINY. (i uploaded a picture)  I've had bigger bathrooms in Parisian hotel rooms... you literally can sit on the toilet and rest your head on the vessel sink in front of you (why you'd want to do this, I don't know).   The bath mat they provide is bigger than the floor in the bathroom.  There is no bathtub, just a stand-up shower.. Which I actually don't mind, I normally wouldn't use the bathtub in a hotel unless it's a jacuzzi in a really nice hotel.   They include a teak stool if you need to sit.  Despite being small, I didn't mind it... and it's clean and seems relatively new. there's a larger mirror and console table next to the door which makes all the difference... I was able to put my bathroom supplies there.  For one person the bathroom situation is fine, but I can't imagine having 2 people share this.

If this is a deal killer, perhaps the bathrooms in the handicap rooms are slightly larger, I'm not sure.  (I think it would be impossible for a handicap person to use a bathroom of this size).  Otherwise I doubt any of the other rooms have any bigger bathrooms, I asked at check in if there were any rooms larger than others, they told me they were all the same size but some had the furniture arranged slightly differently.

Bathroom supplies are Aveda... they smell perty.  (It would have been nice to have a robe though)

Free high speed Internet.... though it'd be nice if they'd provide an Ethernet cord longer than 3'... luckily I was able to snatch a longer one from work.  (I prefer to use my laptop from bed... I have a rule... never ever sit down at the desk chair in a hotel room.  They're usually pretty nasty.  Even in the Ritz).

I wasn't necessarily bargain shopping for a hotel, I was more interested in location when deciding...but our rate here was about $130 cheaper/night than other options I was debating on.  So I'd definitely consider staying here again for a variety of reasons.

22/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
20. Beer L.
Depends what you are looking for here.

Good location.

OK rooms - no idea what the price was as it was business action.

Def nothing special - weird Caribbean color scheme that they think is "soothing"  or "cool" or somewhere in between - its not. Its lame.

19/10/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
21. Kathryn D.
I had a great experience here, I'll stay here every time that I'm in Atlanta, without a doubt.

This place was built in 1907 originally as a boy's boarding house, the was bought by Days Inn before these guys bought it.

The people at the front desk were friendly and helpful, making good restaurant suggestions and helping me navigate Atlanta.  

The room was a decent size, with a little entryway with a mirror and long table, then the room proper had an armoire, king size bed, armchair with ottoman, and a nice desk with free ethernet.

The cafe in the lobby had some nice breakfast choices (the french toast was yummy) all for $5-8, and they have Starbucks coffee and can make lattes too.  At night, there's dinner and drinks until 11pm.

The whole hotel is themed around the golden ratio and the Fibonacci sequence, which I thought was really cute, and also the whole place, from the lobby to the bedrooms, smelled really nice, like vanilla.

The central location in Midtown, right across from the Fox theater, is convenient to lots of bars and restaurants.

19/10/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
22. Kristie P.
My girlfriend and I stayed here recently on a quick weekend trip to Atlanta.  I was surprised at how small the room, and especially the bathroom, was  but the price was right for what it was and the location was perfect.  The pros:  clean, cheerfully decorated, aveda shampoo and soap, coffee bar in the lobby, professional staff
cons:  small bathroom/room

17/05/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
23. Arlene G.
My husband and I were in Atlanta to see Wicked so we were glad to find a hotel right across the street from the Fox Theater. It was great to be able to get to and from the theater so easliy. Cute decor..a lot o Blue but then I like Blue. My only complaint is that the walls were so thin we could hear our neighbors talking and playing the radio.  The bathrooms are REALLY small...so be ready for that. We were just in town overnight so the hotel met all our needs.

02/10/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
24. Paul M.
I used my Priority Club reward points to get a few nights here when my daughter had her tonsillectomy in Atlanta. I was pleased overall with the property. The staff was very helpful - they allowed me to check in early with no problem and quickly provided a micro-fridge on request. They offered to help with planning our weekend as well. Parking is $18.00 per night but you get unlimited in and out, which is convenient. They only charged me $50.00 for incidentals as well (parking fee is included in that charge) - I'm actually used to being hit up for $75 or more for that. The hotel itself is painted with a seaside theme - lots of blue and white, with some greens and ivory as well. The room itself has an armoire and a cabinet and includes a 32 inch flat screen LGTV. Free wi-fi comes with it too. Now about the bathroom - it is tiny. I'm about average sized, and I barely had room to turn around. The toilet and sink take up half the room, with the shower in the other half. No bathtub - just a shower, though you can get a teak bathstool on request. Aveda products in the bath. Good water pressure in the shower and the water gets hot quickly. The beds are not soft, but not rock hard either. I slept very well, but then I sleep on a slightly firmer bed. Room service rates are comparable to other hotels. The walls are very thin though - thankfully I didn't stay next door to someone with yapping dogs or crying babies.
Location wise, outstanding. The hotel is in Midtown, right across the street from the historic Fox Theatre. There is an Italian restaurant with a wine room about 100 yards away. Also, there are NUMEROUS places to eat and/or go within walking distance or a short ride away on MARTA. With the easy access to food, shopping, and entertainment you simply could not ask for a better location.

10/04/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
25. Lucy W.
This hotel is ADORABLE...I'm so happy I chose this for the 1st part of my trip to Atlanta (I had to move to a more generic Hilton family hotel later on).  You know immediately when stepping into this boutique-y style hotel that this is different from the usual box hotel.
Here's the details:
- Room is average size, small if compared to most but bigger than say, European or NYC hotels.  This room held a king bed, which had nice comfy linens, 2 side tables, desk, arm chair & ottoman...perfect for 1 or 2 people but not much more than that.  
- Small bathroom, stand up shower, cool bowl sink, separate vanity area, great Aveda products.
-Adorable blue and lime green nautical theme, there's a "curl up" nautilus shell logo embroidered on pillowcases and as the drawer pulls.  The wallpaper beind the bed was a close-up view of a blue sweater...added a coziness feeling to the room.
- Hardwood floors- beautiful and better than a generic hotel carpet but you do end up hearing the footsteps of heavy-footed guests above you
- Central location in midtown- directly across from Fox theater
-Great friendly front desk staff- answered all my questions, check-in and check-out was easy and fast
- A/C unit is kinda loud, as it is built-into the wall (it's a refurbished older building) but it worked well.
-Free wi-fi...I thought this was standard in most hotels but apparently it's not so I was glad that this one had it b/c I used it alot to research stuff to do around Atlanta
- Self-parking with in-and-out was great for me...I was getting tired of handing my keys over to valets.
- Pretty good deal...one of the lower rates of the hotel choices around Atlanta and much more fun.

09/05/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
26. Lauren L.
This is a great hotel, and we stay at the Hotel Indigo everytime we go to Atlanta.  The rooms are small, but our philosophy is a hotel room is for sleeping not for spending lots of time.  The bathroom is also small, but there is a shelf and mirror outside so it's the perfect place to do makeup.  

The biggest perk is that it is pet-friendly with no charge or deposit.  We love to travel with our maltese, and it's hard to find upscale and dog-friendly hotels.  

The location is great, especially if you are going to the Fox.  There are nice restaurants around that area so it's great if you don't want to drive.  

All in all, it's a perfectly lovely hotel, especially for the money.  Can't find a better deal in my book.

19/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
27. Steve U.
Cool ambience.  Super Clean.  The bathrooms are indeed tiny.  Staff was SUPER helpful and friendly.  Good central location and proximity to the MARTA station (about a block).  We had to accept a wheelchair accessible room because it was the last thing available but in so doing, the bathroom was much larger than the standard room.  We'd stay again for sure!

06/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
28. Miriam W.
Hotel Indigo is the new contemporary upscale brand of the InterContinental Hotels Group ( the company's portfolio also includes the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza hotels, among others). While the Hotel Indigo is certainly no swish W Hotel, it still feels pretty far from the Holiday Inn Express. Their attempt at cool hipness is a bit over the top but the Midtown location is great and within walking to distance to a number of restaurants and shops.

Hotel Indigo is pretty serious about staying on brand, so much so that there's consistency from the shirt on the guy at the front desk all the way to the pillows and curtains in your room. The slightly jarring lime and indigo stripes are found throughout the hotel and conjured up images of Pottery Barn's "teen" line in my mind.

In your room you'll get hardwood floors which I found quite remarkable. I wish more hotels would migrate to hardwood floors! The bathroom is stocked with Aveda bath products. There's wifi in the lobby but you have to connect to the internets with a CAT5 cable in your room. This is annoying if you, like me, prefer to bring your laptop to bed with you.

18/10/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
29. danielle S.
I got the room half price on hotwire and was surprised at the charm. An eco and pet friendly crash in midtown. Next to great restaurants, with nice ambiance, sidewalk cafe, and eager staff. The rooms are small but covered in comfort. Free products in bathroom delicious. The short walk to the MARTA makes getting around town a breeze. The parking fee was a little steep, but the hotel made up for it in many other ways. Free wifi in rooms and lobby has computers for guests too, but the staff can point you in any direction you need.
If you want request a fridge they do not come standard but you can get one if you ask.

11/03/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
30. Joan W.
Very disappointing, after experiencing other Hotel Indigos. Incredibly small rooms, small bathrooms, smelly halls...

29/01/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
31. Florence Y.
Things that made me smile:

-Cute but supposedly fierce terrier in the office
-Apple/cinnamon smelling hallways
- Friendly, professional front desk who leaves msgs on your room phone to remind you  "as a PC Gold ambassador, they want to make sure you are satisfied" - the blinking msg light on the phone did worry me at first.
- As a PC member, i got upgraded to a room with a view.
- Aveda products. Always a plus! :)
- PC chocolates with the GM's biz card.
- PC members get discounts in the lobby cafe
- PC members get late check out

Things that was a little...so-so:

- the size of the toilet
- unsharpened pencil, would have preferred a pen instead
- the room was a tad bit small for 4 people but we made it work. Probably wouldn't recommend it for 4 people next time around.

Would I come back? Yeah...if I am not too fat to fit in the toilet.


Great location - right off/near highway. Near GA Aqua and World of CC and other restaurants on a busy-enough street,
Biz center services are FREE. but the scanner/emailer guy only works weekdays
Snappy terrier in the inn keeper's room
Free USA Today newspaper
If you get hotel parking, you still need to get a ticket and then they validate it for you upon exit each time.

10/12/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
32. Jerry W.
Hotel IndiGO?....No Hotel IndiSTOP!!!!

OK...the lobby area looks clean and new....nice chairs in lobby...I would just have stayed there.

The room that I stayed it has a really LOUD AC system...my recommendation is to leave it running during the day and turn it off when you go to bed unless you want to be awaken every few hours.

The bathroom is smaller then my closet.   When sitting on the toliet...don't get up too fast otherwise you will crack your head on the sink.  I actually could wash my hands and take a shower at the same time...speaking about multitasking.

The bed was a bit on the hard side with a slight hump in the middle.  

Thank goodness my company paid for the room.

12/06/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
33. John E.
This review is for the restaurant (Golden Bean) only, not the hotel.

We were a party of 5 coming in for dinner and drinks before a show at the Fox on 9/30/10.   Be aware that no one waits on the tables.  You place your order with the bartender for both drinks (which are not served to table) and food (which is served but never followed up on).

Based upon the prices of the drinks, one would expect to get service similar to a Ritz-Carlton or Luxury Brand hotel.   Such is not the case.

Our bartender apparently was not paid for his customer service skills.   I requested 2 of the martini's advertised on the tables (Ginger and Pear).  He informed me "I can't do that because I smashed the bottle earlier".   No apologies, no suggestions for an alternative, nothing.   Now, doesn't it seem odd that if this drink were advertised as a house special, that there would be more than one bottle of a required ingredient on site?    Since ordering drinks seemed to be so offputting for this bartender, I asked him for two iced teas instead.   He informed me very matter of fact "we don't serve ice tea", again with no apology, concern for assisting me, or mentioning what they do have.   We finally opted for water hoping beyond hope that the hotel had this in stock.

When I asked about ordering food, I was informed by the bartender/customer service representative.... "you'll need to give me a credit card or a room number" as he extended his hand and waited for me to retreive my wallet.

Our food I must say was very good, nice portion, and priced reasonably.  This is the ONLY reason this review got a two star rather than 1 star.

After being served, the bartender/waiter never appeared at our table again.  Our drinks were all empty half way through the meal.  But apparantly the ONE other customer in the restaurant prevented our bartender from serving more water or asking our companions if they wanted another drink.    One can only assume that the hotel makes enough money that it doesn't require its employees to try and upsell anything or ask its customers if what they have received is enjoyable or not.

Next visit to the Fox, we will choose an alternative location for dinner and drinks.   And based on our "bartender", if he is the example of service at the Hotel Indigo, we will refer out of town guests elsewhere.

Very disappointing.

01/10/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
34. Jane B.
I love Hotel Indigo and recommend it to everyone and anyone who finds themselves in Atlanta.

Great things about HI:
First - Location! it is located on Peachtree across from the fabulous Fox Theater.
Second - The staff is wonderful and helpful.
Third - I love the rooms and the decor.

A couple of things to note: This is a boutique hotel, and the bathrooms are quite small. You can use the restroom, brush your teeth and shower all at the same time! Also, there are not many food options IN the hotel -- but there are many nearby.

06/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
35. Jaye B.
I would stay here again for sure. The location is wonderful and easy to get to once you figure out which Peachtree you're looking for (Dear Atlanta, it's OK to rename streets. The Peachtree thing was funny at first, now it's just stupid and annoying). Our room was well appointed and although a bit on the small side, it fit our needs and wasn't your typical Holiday Inn-type room.

Bonus to the place being pet friendly. It's nice when you're away from your dogs to get to pet other peoples'!

27/07/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
36. Jessica W.
I had a great experience with this hotel until we got our receipt for checkout.  First of all, it's a small, but beautiful hotel.  Front desk staff and other employees were very nice and helpful.  The room was small, but nice.  And it's definitely in a fantastic location.  That said, I'll never stay there again.  

I booked the room ahead of time because they had a discount for those who booked early.  I thought I was getting a great deal for the location.  Little did I know, apparently this discount meant that you pay for the room with the discount ahead of time, but once you actually stay in the room -- and checkout -- you pay the full price. (They charged the difference to my credit card after we checked out.)  This was never mentioned when I booked the room, nor was it mentioned to me when I called to confirm the room and price of the room.  

Also, they implied that we were granted one free parking pass and that each additional pass would be $25.  That would be fair.  However, what they failed to mention was that they just wait to charge you for the parking pass until you check out of the room.  Another surprise!

If you feel comfortable after reading this review that they won't spring any additional surprises on you, then I'd say go for it because it really is a nice hotel and a great location.  Otherwise, I wouldn't recommend it.

02/08/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
37. T.H. J.
Barely adequate. An older property with a new coat of paint here and there. The rooms are criminally small and the parking garage (shared with a larger facility next door) is among the most poorly designed and ill-functioning engineering feats of all time. Pus, they were overbooked and still charged me for a room that I had previously cancelled. I'd avoid at all costs. It's not chic or romantic, it is stupid. Go to the Artmore Hotel a few blocks away.

01/07/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
38. Stephie Z.
Just to let you know I have never actually stayed here.  Why would I since I live about 3 miles away?  That being said, the yappy hour that Hotel Indigo has on their porch every Tuesday afternoon in the summer is so great.  Lots of dogs and owners, free treats, and money from alcohol sales going to pet rescue.  What could be better?  I had my dogs birthday party here and they were super nice.  The food is good, though pricey for what you get like most hotel restaurants.   The drinks are great.  You can even get your pup some steak bits.  All in all a great afternoon to share with your friends and pets on a porch overlooking Peachtree Street in the heart of the city.

22/08/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
39. marc s.
Funky little hotel in the heart of midtown atlanta. Unlike Marriott, this hotel has character and pleasant staff. Bathrooms are tiny!  Stayed here multiple times, definitely a good choice.

21/06/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
40. Kevin J.
I give this place 3 stars for the lobby.  The service was good and deserved another 3 stars for providing adequate and friendly customer care.  Other than that I can't speak much for the rooms.  I walked into my room and immediately felt like I was at the beach... and not in a good way.  The room reminded me of a stay in the Hamptons... sans Hamptons.  The bathroom is smaller than most Japanese lunchboxes and is awfully unappealing.  the fact that I can sit on the toilet and wash my hands at the same time is disturbing.  I wanted to plug my phone in on the table next to the bed in order to charge my device and set my alarm but there was no plug to be found. The nearest one was closest to the floor underneath the center of the bed.  My cord wouldn't reach any further than the end of the bed on the floor.  So I plugged it into the lamp on the other side of the room.  A minor misfortune but still a worthy note to remember.

Would I stay here again...?  Probably not, but try it out for yourself.

26/01/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
41. Shira O.
Cute boutique hotel in the heart of Midtown. All the staff is super nice and the rooms are posh and well-appointed. I really liked the decor and the colors they used. The bathroom was a bit small, but the beds were comfy and the view was amazing out of my 10th floor corner room!

06/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
42. Ivan S.
For the record, I never even had a chance to step foot in here, let alone check out the rooms. But their customer service was outstanding, especially compared to their bonehead neighbors, The Georgian Terrace. My wife got the contract laid out quickly. When our procrastinating guests, well, procrastinated, Hotel Indigo extended the dates on our contract for when people can reserve rooms. (Granted, being Feb., it wasn't exactly peak season.) When I asked our guests how everything was, they were complimentary. "Bathrooms were a little small, but that's ok."

From purely a wedding planning standpoint, 5 stars to The Hotel Indigo.

13/02/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
43. Happy J.
The hotel is in a great location; walking distance to the Fox Theatre, all the night life spots, and MARTA.

The rooms are cute. Nicely decorated and cozy. LOVED the showershower, and I'm a man who loves the shower. The water was always very hot, an adjustable shower head for a normal shower and a pulsating spray on a handheld shower head. Woo Hoo!

My room was definitely NOT designed for anyone doing business. One outlet at the desk. So, it was either plug in my phone or my computer. The only easily accessible outlet was on the vanity table near the door.

I noticed a trend with the two Indigos where I've stayed is a noisy heating/AC unit.

The staff is very friendly, attentive, and helpful. I didn't get a chance to spend any time in the bar (difficult to believe) or order from the restaurant.

This is a great place, but doesn't really fit my lifestyle.

14/11/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
44. Chantelle D.
So far, really, really good. Though I am docking a star for no mini-bar. Usually, I couldn't care less, but someone had a rough flight and someone needs a glass (bottle) of wine STAT.

But other than that, Hotel Indigo was a cheery reprise after a long, delayed, bumpy flight where I had the pleasure of sitting next to a lady that embodied every nasty generalization ever said about women. Then (oh yes, it gets worse) every escalator, elevator, train at the airport was not in-service. Meaning it took us all an extra hour just to walk from the gate to the taxi stands. Finally, I broke my watch. Sooo, I was pretty grumps as my cab pulled up, but how could I not crack a smile at the huge sitting porch and bright beckoning lights of Hotel Indigo? I was checked into my room in a jiffy, told the restaurant opened at 6:30am for breakfast (I'll see you at 6:31am) and off I went to the elevators (that, unlike ATL airport, worked).

My room sports a fierce nautical look - and if you know anything about me, I love me some stripes and some navy and white - so I was pleased as punch and right at home with the decor. Free Internet, although you have an itty bitty cable so you're chained to the desk, Aveda toiletries, AND the kicker for me? Coffee IN the room. They also have something they call the "in.service" team that will run you up some toothpaste, band aids, nail polish remover, etc if you've forgotten anything. Also, any hotel that has a Yappy Hour for pups and their parents is A-OK in my book.

I'm looking forward to enjoying some of the other services, but already know given the great customer service I've already received and the ahoy sailor theme, I wouldn't want to stay anywhere else next time I'm in A-town!

11/03/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
45. Victoria L.
So, first off, any hotel that can handle my klutziness is probably well-handled. So when I managed to play accidental flip-cup with my cup of coffee and have it land perfectly all over the bed.... and they didn't bat an eye, they earned my respect.

I will present the rest of this review in true Rory Gilmore pro/con style:

-Awesome location, a block from MARTA, you can see the Fox from across the street, walking distance to a decent amount
-Great staff (heh, I said staff)
-Aveda bath products!
-Comfy beds
-The cafe has good food! Plus a bar.
-Pet-friendly! So bring your dog or little brother

-Really, really tiny rooms and bathrooms. I've stayed in boutique hotels many many times, and this was by far the smallest room I've ever stayed in.
-The decor is lacking. Our "hardwood" floors had the veneer peeling off, and the furniture is just sort of awkward in the space.
- The cafe doesn't have much variety, and "room service" is exactly what you can order downstairs, just delivered in to-go cups and in a bag.

Overall, this was a nice place for a short stay. I wouldn't stay for longer than a couple of nights because I do like a little more space, but especially if you're going to a show at the Fox, this little place is perfect.

06/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
46. Cheryl N.
3 Stars for location and the hotel lobby. The rooms were adequate size. Originally, we checked in as Priority Club members who had requested a Peachtree view. We were put in a room facing the opposite side of the building. We went back downstairs to see if there was availability and, of course, there was. WHY do hotel people do this crap?

Anyway, we then had a room on the 12th floor, corner so we had views of the Fox and down Peachtree. Ah, much better. Room is an okay size.  Bathroom, not so much, but it's a renovation of an old hotel and I like when you just don't tear things down to put up more modern stuff.

The decor is cool, girly-ish, funky. Big wallpaper murals of flowers, blueberries, etc. The lobby is the best with old ticket stubs from a personal collection behind the check-in desk. Lively colors in the lobby. A self-dispensed wine bar. The room decor was laminate wood flooring that was peeling a bit. But, overall, clean, nice room for an overnight stay.

We walked pretty much everywhere we wanted to go from here. Enjoyed Steamhouse, the Radisson, Ecco, Livingston and then took a cab to BLT for dinner.  All-in-all, very nice weekend.

26/02/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
47. Sarah M.
I have not even checked out of this hotel yet -- I HAD to give a rave review about two staff members of Hotel Indigo who helped me out more than they can imagine.  Sure, I may be a little dramatic about my dead battery in the parking garage, but the above-and-beyond service and help I received is no dramatization.  Chris and Elizabeth were incredible in helping out this traveler in need, and it should not go unrecognized.  It takes a moment like this to feel like a person of importance and not just an occupancy number.  I travel quite a bit and have had my fair shares of hotel stays - and in some pretty nice places.  For me, though, it wasn't just the modern look of this boutique hotel, the swankiness of the bar area, or the cleanliness of the room (all superb)-- it was feeling like people cared and wanted to help. That is what made my experience spectacular.  Many thanks to Chris, Elizabeth, and the rest of the Hotel Indigo staff.  Y'all are rock stars --and it's very fitting here :)

13/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
48. Dawn C.
Great hotel, excellent location, chill vibe. What's not to like?

I travel often for business, so it takes a lot for a front desk person to actually make an impression, and Indigo's did. Not only was the concierge helpful and courteous, he also had a presence of mind not often observed in the service industry in this country. Additionally, the bar staff were gracious, and re-opened their station to make me some much-needed tea.

I didn't know about the whole dog-friendly thing until reading it on Yelp, so I suppose that says something. I think this place puts out a respectful vibe, so the dog-owners must reflect that back to the other guests. Didn't hear barking, and could in no way detect anything unpleasantly doggie (e.g., pet hair, smell) on the premises.

Rooms are beautiful. Small, but I sort of like that feel. Aveda products in the bathroom, major plus. With the whole 3+3+3 liquid deal, I wish all hotels would take a vow to stock good toiletry product. Ai yai yai.

Lastly, there's apparently HI franchises in several states and a few countries. Each one is independently owned, however, I think I will still look into the frequent stay guest program they offer as I'd much rather accrue points here if given the chance.

28/09/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
49. Bill V.
this place would not refund my deposit  with the passing  of my mother   i could not make trip       they could have cared less   nice compasionate place     stay away

08/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
50. Ray B.
I was very pleased with the total package. The staff was the friendliest I've come across. Everyone was helpful and cheery. The rooms were clean and well appointed.  The restaurant menu, while spartan, was pretty good and again the service was friendly and courteous. There were several restaurants within walking distance, The Pecan Cafe was very good and upscale while the BBQ down the street was a bit noisy due to a football game and smoky from the grill but the food and service was quite good.

12/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
51. David R.
Hotel was okay. Rooms are nice and fairly clean. Bathroom is exceptionally small with no room for movement. The decor is very stylish in the lobby, bar and in the rooms.

The restaurant/bar downstairs has a nice menu, although a bit pricey and the staff is very nice and welcoming. The same can be said for the front desk where the staff cannot great one enough and ask if anything is needed.

The hotel is in a questionable area surrounded with people begging for money at all times of the day. The abandoned building next door doesn't really help add to the feeling of being safe. Everything nearby closes at an early hour and even walking or taking the bus a good 7-10 blocks to look for food or a bar can lead to nothing.

18/02/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
52. Kristen D.
My husband and I were in-town for the weekend doing a taping. I have heard good things about the Hotel Indiago in Nashville, and decided to give Atlanta's hotel a try.

Location: It is on peachtree, right down the street from a ton of award winning restaurants and Piedmont Park. We loved that it was walking distance or a short drive to some good things to do, see, and eat.

Hotel: Don't go looking for a very elaborate set up here. Think "beach house" It is a bit rustic and worn as you would think of any beach house. I would not have accepted this at like a Hilton or something, but it fit the "feel" of the place. The room was of a good size, not too big, not too small. Well laid out. It didn't have a bathtub which I thought was strange, but the shower was pretty good. The beds are comfortable and it was quiet with the exception of one random guy having a fit the hallway for a second.

Price: I don't recall what we paid but it was less than $100.00. It is usually a great thing when I forget the price of things. That means I didn't feel like we were robbed at gunpoint and I'm not damaged forever for having paid that amount. For a moderate price, I feel we got our money worth out of the stay and even more out of the location across from Fox Theater.

I would stay again. And recommend for an easy weekend getaway.

We didn't eat here so I can't speak to the food. The staff was nice and professional.

21/04/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
53. Ben S.
I booked a room here last week after reading reviews from the adjacent Georgian Hotel, where I had a meeting scheduled.  Indigo's reviews were much better and more consistent, and the price was the same, so I booked at Indigo and walked across the parking lot about 40 steps to the Georgian for my meetings.  Boy am I glad I did!  My experience was TOTALLY different than friends who stayed at the Georgian.

Indigo has quirky character, first off.  I am LOVING the new trend in boutique hotels, and this one did not let me down.  A quirky lobby dressed up to look like a theatre.  The "front desk" is unassuming, making this appear less like a boring old hotel and more like the chic bar and hangout that actually occupies the space.  I was immediately greeted by a VERY friendly receptionist who checked me in, easily explained the parking situation ($20 overnight with in and out privileges in the adjacent garage that also serves the Georgian and the Fox...incidentally this is the cheapest hotel parking in the area) and got me situated.

As others have mentioned, this is European style hotel from the turn of the century.  They did not make rooms large back then.  But the room was actually larger than I was expecting from the reviews, well appointed, with an entire wall covered in a blueberry mural.  Quirky.  The beds were exceptionally comfortable.

The bathrooms are VERY tiny but quite lavish...a massaging showerhead in a shower that can easily fit two (or three, if you're so inclined!).  In fact, the shower is larger than the rest of the bathroom.  Luxury bath products allowed me to have a rosemary mint bath experience, which was welcomed after 12 hours of driving.

WiFi is free in this hotel (as it SHOULD be in EVERY hotel, but sadly is not).  And as I only stayed there for about 9 hours, I did not peruse or experience any of the other amenities on offer.

Upon checkout, the general manager of the hotel strolled over to ask me about my experience, and inform me about a NEW renovation to the rooms.  (They looked as if they had JUST been renovated!)

As far as I'm concerned, this is THE place to stay in Atlanta Midtown.  The location can't be beat...it's actually one of the cheaper of the acceptable hotels in the area...service is friendly and prompt, and the place has modern character.  What's not to love?

15/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
54. Brian K.
I stayed here for work for one night and the design of the interior is pretty cool.  The rooms were fairly small but that was OK. The bar/restaurant was nice too. The front desk guy was really nice and very helpful.

20/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
55. Leori P.
Great hotel. While it lacks size it makes up for it in personality and charm. The staff was amazing. They made our girls weekend AWEOME. Brad who works the front desk is a wealth of information and has great recommendations. The happy hour downstairs is a must try and the location is close to everything.

03/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
56. PNotHere E.
I came here to stay for a few days as work was close by.  It is down the street from the public transportation called MARTA only 1 block down the street so it is convenient.  Bottom line -- I would come back and stay.  

Check In
I got here a bit early and brought all my bags with me.  I checked to see if there was a room available.  The front desk person checked and unfortunately a room was not available.  I was told the cleaning staff started in a couple of hours but would try to get me in as quickly as possible.  I asked about leaving my bags while I go find breakfast and go to church.  The person assisting me kindly said yes and brought my bags in the back.  I only mention this because I had 2 laptops in a laptop bag and a slightly expensive camera and lenses in my luggage and am very wary about leaving anything of value.  I saw the person leave the bag in the back office room -- one way in and one way out.  Plenty of hotel cameras to monitor what is going on.  I felt pretty good about leaving stuff.  A few hours later I came back and my room was ready.  My bags came out and I got into my room.  

The Room
As noted by many other people the room is somewhat small for what many
people come to expect.  I will try to include pictures of the room I took however just know that "step wise" -- I could take approximately 4-5 steps inside the door to hit the bed and then another 6-8 steps to hit the end of the room.  The room has the normal amenities -- desk, closet, a storage area below the tv with shelves, iron, ironing board, lounge chair.  The floor looked like laminate with a rug runner in front of the bed.  Bathroom had tile.  Desk was glass top.  Bed was comfortable -- 4 pillows and the normal linens.  The room decor was very colorful (see pictures of others and my pictures if I am able to load them).  Wifi is included in the room - a plug is on the lamp.  May I suggest anybody bring a small power strip if you can
to plug multiple items if needed.  How many of us have a laptop, ereader, phone to charge all at once and don't want to locate everything around the room?

The Bathroom
Noted by many people -- the bathroom is tiny.  I am 5'7" and "husky" in build.  Not overtly big okay but large enough to be wide enough to almost fill a doorway.  As you enter the bathroom you have 1-1.5 steps to get in the bathroom doorway and step into the shower.  So take the first step in the doorway -- you're in the bathroom facing the shower.  Without taking another step -- rotate 90 degrees you see the toilet.  Rotate 180 degrees and you are now facing the sink and mirror.  Did I say not to take a step and just rotate your body?  Alrighty -- so lets say you need to take care of business in the bathroom.  When you take your throne be careful to sit straight down and not bend over too far -- you will literally hit your head on the edge of the sink.  Here is another tip -- the toilet paper tissue on
your left is probably closer to your back than your side.  Take the toilet paper off the holder and place it on the sink in front of you.  Unless you have a good stretchable back and arm you will be struggling.  Otherwise the shower and sink are pretty standard.  

Exercise Room
Standard Equipment -- 2 treadmills, 1 recumbent bike, 1 eliptical, 1 weight machine, 4 dumbell sets.  

Right side of hotel
You will find a bevy of places to eat, drink and general things to do.  Here is a list of places -- Starbucks, Gordon Biersch, Five Guys Burger and Fries, Mexican Food (name I forget), The Vortex (think super burger joint that got featured on the Food Network), CVS pharmacy.  This is probably where I spent the majority of my time.  The walk is decent -- within 5-7 minutes you are either at a place to eat, drink or do general looking around.  

Left side of hotel
There are a few places worth noting when walking towards the left side of the hotel.  Gladys Knight and Ron Winans have a Chicken and Waffles restaurant that is open for lunch and dinner.  I did get there once during lunch.  I had the signature Chicken and Waffles.  It was worth it if you can get there for lunch.  Skip dinner -- place is packed and easily a 45 minutes wait.  Also of note -- there is a 24 hour diner on the next block across the street.  It does not look like anything special in front but step into the door and there is seating towards the back.  Towards the left and back a few blocks is also a place called Mary Macs Tea Room.  If walking -- get there in the daytime.  At night if you are in a big group and feel okay with walking then go for it -- otherwise take a taxi for the 3-4 block ride, eat and feel secure getting back to the hotel.

Watch out for the homeless people -- some are aggressive while others are not.

02/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
57. Jennifer I.
This place was great. The hotel staff was very helpful and courteous, and they went out of their way to make me feel important. The location was amazing - we walked to so many things. I highly recommend getting the Parking Package, because the garage that they share with the area fills up fast (especially if there is a show at the Fox Theater). The rooms were beautiful and have a very calming effect. The bathroom is a little small, but very nice and the shower is wonderful. As long as you're not very obese, you'll be fine (seriously, I'm not joking, if you are extremely overweight, the bathroom might not be big enough). There are a lot of complaints on here about "how small" the bathroom is, but that's city living. This hotel is fantastic.

01/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
58. Erin C.
Cute patutie hotel! From the moment you walk in the door the decor and staff are as cute as can be. Everything is so bright and clean.

Boutique=small. Since I know this I wasn't surprised by the size of the room or the bathroom. It was quite comical that you can sit on the toilet and wash your hands at the same time though.

The price was just right for a hotel so close to the MARTA and a few good restaurants.

Two thumbs up!

03/01/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
59. Michael B.
I'm not sure why there are such "high" reviews for this hotel, maybe because our nonsmoking room - and the entire nonsmoking floor for that matter - reeked of pot. At first I thought my hallucinatory experiences were from having drank gallons of the free sodas at the Coca Cola Experience Center, but no, we were sleeping in a very fancy hostel dressed up as a "boutique hotel."

Yes, the lobby is really nice, but it's all a trick. The rooms were tiny and had no closets, just short armoires that looked like they were made for midgets. I'm guessing what used to be the closets were converted into bathrooms. I half expected to see hangers and coat racks when I stepped in to freshen up - as a previous rater said, there's something wrong when you can sit on the toilet AND wash your hands at the same time.

There were also some cracks in the walls of our room, and the colors were jarring with the aging furniture.

On the plus side, the staff was super nice and knew their stuff. Free WiFi was also great and fast, as it should be. This place is adequate if you need somewhere to sleep for a night, but three days with a couple in the room is a recipe for divorce.

07/12/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
60. Stephen S.
Just an update on their professionalism.  Attempted to leave a negative review on their site, but was told that after reviewing my comments, were not able to post them.  So not only do they have poor business practices, but also censor their reviews.  Beware.

07/09/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
61. Eddie C.
I made the reservation for a George Jones concert at the Fox Theater
George passed away this morn 4 26 2013
I called to cancel my reservation and was told non refundable and would be charged for the full amount and they would cancel the room
SO BE WHERE, This is the way they do business
There are plenty of greater than 3* hotels in Atlanta that would not do a customer this way
This was a act of God and was out of our control and the hotel would not make any compromise
We travel a lot and would drive an extra 50 miles not to do business with them

26/04/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
62. Chantel J.
Stay in this hotel if you like: cheap wood flies, stained white prison walls, a prison cell bathroom, dust-mites, and an uncomfortable vacation stay. Half the fun about going away is staying in a nice hotel.. This was a horrible experience I checked out and switched hotels.. I'm now at the Grand Hyatt and LOVING it. I'm just saying, for the price you can find a great 4 star hotel. Don't waste your money, please

24/10/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
63. Vanessa S.
while visiting family we stayed at the Indigo for 3 nights. Not impressed at all considering the price per night.

Pros: conveniently located, fun, hip and trendy, staff was very nice.

Cons: rooms are not sound proof at all, I could hear everything out side as well as everything in the hall. Food is terrible, I'm talking microwaved cuisine. 20% service charge on room service. I called to housekeeping for some extra towels and got a voice mail, I left a message and no one called the room back. I had to place another call the next morning to get my towels. Teeny tiny rooms and bathrooms, no exaggeration, while sitting on the toilet your face is almost resting on the sink.

All in all, this would not be a place I'd ever visit again.

09/05/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
64. Scott C.
Hotel Indigo is a great hotel in MIdtown Atlanta.

Staff was very friendly, accommodating, and had a lot of knowledge of the surrounding area.

The rooms were spacious, although the bathrooms were way too small. If I ever make it back to ATL, I would definitely stay at this hotel.

27/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
65. Jacob K.
I enjoyed my stay here and loved the location. The staff was also very friendly. However, I was there on business which is why the 3 star rating and not more. The stay and ameneties are great but I am sitting here trying to expense the receipt with my company and I realised a couple things. They roll the parking fee in to the room rate, as in it is 1 charge, this means you have to pay more taxes on your stay making it more expensive than it otherwise would have been. Further, it means I have to explain to my boss why there was a $20.00 difference for the same room. The last part may be specific to my company but we have a system for expensing hotels that allows you to enter 1 room rate and set of taxes and how many days you stayed. Since most hotels average out the cost across all days of your stay it reduces my time with paperwork signifigantly. Hotel Indigo does not do this. So in summary I guess, I maybe would stay there were I vacationing in Atlanta, but I won't stay there again on business.

15/06/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
66. Huntting B.
Not bad. Really. Here are some general thought

My room was pretty small, but had a really nice king bed, a great walk in shower built for two, a view of the homeless people walking past the fox on peachtree, and a small flat screen tv.

They only gave us two towels though...which kinda stinks.

They have tiny bottles of water downstairs for the guests, must have gone through 16 of those over the three days.

The rooms aren't very well lit, but no hotel really is.

The room rates were very reasonable.

The best part was the people. The staff is excellent here. Very personable. We checked out on a Sunday morning and walked around the city, got tired around 3pm needed a place to rest, they let us rent the room for a half day to get us till time for the airport ride at half our rate. They didn't have to do that...it was really nice.

That said, at 3pm they hadn't cleaned our room, so it really didn't cost them a dime, but I don't really care, I care that I had a bed to lay down on!

Great experience

12/03/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
67. Greg C.
This is the third time I have stayed here. Every time is the same. They, absolutely, will not let you check in until after three pm. I work in the entertainment industry and my day starts at around 10 pm every day. I try to go to sleep by 2 pm. My room is always paid for by the management company and credit card information and authorization is sent ahead of time. This hotel never seems to have that information. I spend about 320 day a year in hotels. This one is consistently bad. I have suggested that this hotel be deleted from all entertainment travel agent listings.

27/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
68. Sean L.
Stayed here for a night for work. The hotel has a nice somewhat classy vibe. Check in was a smooth process - just showed them my license and my credit card. No issues at all. The hallways arepainted blue and the elevators and hallways are a bit narrow.

The room itself is very small with 2 twin beds. The beds have blue/green covers, there are blue and green lamps, the phone is blue, and the back wall is a giant photo wallpaper of stage lights which overall gives the room a somewhat modern vibe. The bathroom is even smaller - there's enough space to stand in there and if you turn one way you're at the sink, turn 90 degrees and you can take a step and into the shower, turn another 90 degrees and your at the toilet. Despite the size, everything is very clean and well maintained. The soaps they provide are Aveda brand.

Overall I like the hotel a lot and it's a bit different than all your big hotel chains. My understanding is that this is a very old hotel and the closest and table showed a bit of wear, but overall everything was clean and of better quality than most hotels.

26/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
69. Keysha S.
Would rate higher but bathroom just ruined it. I don't like hitting my head on the sink or  stepping out the bathroom to change because it's that awkward especially if your tall. I also felt it had a "wet" carpet smell. I did like location but since I was going to fox theater to see anything it wasn't worth staying there.,The only way I would stay again is if I'm seeing something at the fox theater otherwise I won't be back.

17/08/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
70. Whit R.

This place has location going for it, no question.  Smack-dab in the middle of midtown, close to restaurants, bars, the Fox Theatre (excuse me - the Historic Fox Theatre), etc.  You don't need a car or a pass on the Marta to get to good eats or good times.  That said, the Hotel Indigo is pretty basic.

I had a nice big king bed.  That was nice.  As others have noted in their reviews, the bathroom is CRAZY small.  You can sit on the toilet and wash your hands at the same time.    The TV was a nice flat screen but the service was not so good - no PPV or even decent cable (no Golf Channel, a staple of hotel room background noise for me).  There were also very few outlets, which is a pain.  I was switching things out a lot - charge the phone, then plug in the computer, then brew a cup of (pretty lame) coffee, etc.  The A/C worked great.  Wi-Fi was free.

There are probably better hotels with better rates out there.  I'll weigh in after my next trip to ATL.

14/04/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
71. Danie D.
Third time staying at this hotel on an International whirlwind tour of the States. Yes, the bathrooms are small, BUT you sleep in a bed and need to shower in hot water, and they deliver both...clean sheets, great service and warm/hot water when you need it. Good location with regards to the highway, so getting to and from the airport is easy - 20 min in good Atlanta traffic. Couple of good restaurants nearby, haven't tried they're own restaurant yet, a previous time only had breakfast there and I was fine. Have a wine machine with great wines in them for later night drinking....SUCH a great idea! No server needed! Highly recommended if you value value for money and don't want to dance in your bathroom!

And I almost forgot!!! Having Aveda products in the bathroom is a real touch of class!

16/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
72. Shani C.
The hotel is great--nice location and the rooms are clean. The rooms are urban-sized, but not too small--there's a good 4 feet on either side of the king bed.

The bathroom is really, really tiny--an oversized sink juts out into the only place to stand and makes it hard to get to the mirror, toilet or shower. Bad decision on someone's part. Also-- the light switch in the bathroom literally doesn't have an on-off switch, just a motion sensor. Ugh. And no fan.

I like the hotel, the location is great and I feel like I can walk to a lot of fun things, like the Dragon*Con parade!  But the sink is really taking away from the rest of it.

31/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
73. Pemphredo's O.
We thought this hotel was lovely. We went to see "Phantom of the Opera" at the Fox on Halloween, and this hotel was a great place to stay. It was directly across the street from the theatre and near several nice restaurants. I understand people say the rooms are small. Compared to some hotels, that's certainly true. However, the building is historic--built in 1923--and has been neatly retrofitted. The space has been well used--a small wardrobe, storage in the TV cabinet, and a useful shelf at the entry for purses, bags, and charging phones. The beds were comfortable. With 5 different electronics going, we had no problems charging our devices. The shower was roomy, even if the space between the toilet and sink was cozy. We had a nice breakfast the next morning, and all the staff were excellent. IF I had to complain about 2 things, one could be easily fixed, the other--not so much. The self-serve for-pay coffee machine in the lobby was terrible--it dispensed something pretty foul for $3.50. So, skip the machine and get coffee elsewhere (we were grabbing an extra cup for the road). The other thing I think made the room feel smaller than needed was the wallpaper behind the bed--dark and didn't match the room at all. (I understand they were trying to capture a 'theatre' theme--but skip that and replace the dark wallpaper with a brighter color, modern pattern next time you refurbish). Other than that--no complaints. Would definitely stay here again for a show or business in Midtown.

02/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
74. Christi C.
Just stayed here for my second time. Ive enjoyed both times.  The staff is super friendly, and my husband and I especially appreciated staff member, Jim Sillivan's helpfulness in suggesting several area restaurants he thought we'd enjoy. He took the time to talk with us for a few minutes after his shift was over. Great mid town location across from the Fox, nice atmosphere, clean rooms, although small, but you can't beat the price.

19/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
75. Francis O.
I loved this place!  It's so wonderful that beautiful old buildings like this remain alive.  The room was tastefully decorated. All the decor was very cool.  Room was very clean, had a great view, and very good mattress.  True, rooms are smallish, bathroom especially so, but you didn't come to Atlanta to sit in your room.  Location is convenient to so much.  Nice sitting/coffee room on the first floor, and cool little bar. Staff could not have been nicer or more helpful. Convenient parking, (you have to pay, it's in a major city) fair rate, and easy in and out. Better yet, it's just a couple blocks from a public transit rail station. That's a great way to see the city.  I'd strongly reccomend this hotel to anybody.

31/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
76. Mila H.
I like the feel of this hotel, but the basics are so screwed up. This is crazy, but there is no place to plug in your phone/computer anywhere near the bed. Right now, my phone is charging in the bathroom, next to the teeny sink. I requested a plug strip, but the outlet closest to the bed seems to be broken. The one in the lamp is both not working and is too close to the desk in the lamp it's in to fit a phone or computer plug. There are no outlets at all under either bedside table. Two months ago, when I was here, the manager said they were fixing the problem. So I came back. Really, how hard is this to fix? Buy some lamps for next to the bed that have outlets at the proper height! EVERYONE charges things these days. Stupid me to come back.

17/02/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
77. Megan M.
The Indigo is my preferred hotel brand, so I was excited to see that Atlanta had one in their midtown neighborhood (it had been almost a decade since I'd been back to Atlanta). My husband and I stayed here three separate times in four weeks in September and October, and each stay reflected--and at times exceeded--the service and comfort I've come to expect from The Indigo.

The folks at the check-in desks were always more than helpful and very friendly. There was a man named Eddie who saw (and later remembered) us each time we visited, and he went above and beyond to make sure we had everything we needed. When a room upgrade wasn't available (we're Priority Club members), he gave us coupons for free drinks in the bar. After being placed in a room right across from the ice machine for our second stay (which got a bit noisy from people using it all night long), he made sure we had a corner room when we came back for our third stay--so we were well away from any noise or foot traffic in the hotel.

It seems like almost everyone who reviews this hotel makes note of the tiny bathroom, but it honestly isn't that big of a deal. Yes, it's small--there is a commode, a sink and a stall shower--but what else do you need? You're staying in a hotel, not buying an apartment. This is a historic, old building in a historic neighborhood in a large city. It's to be expected. Chill out, people!

On all three of the occasions we stayed at this hotel our rooms were very clean and comfortable, and I am a hotel room snob when it comes to cleanliness. I didn't see any signs of mold or dirt, and the linens were in great shape, too. I even walked around barefoot in our rooms here, and I *never* do that at other hotels.

The neighborhood is very walkable and close to several landmarks and great places to eat, and if you want to travel farther away the North Avenue MARTA station is just around the block. We walked around quite a bit each time we stayed here and always felt very safe, even when walking back in the middle of the night.

The Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown is definitely one of the best hotels I've stayed in (especially for the price), and is in a great location for visiting Atlanta. I will definitely be back many times again.

12/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
78. Rahim R.
This is my second time staying at hotel indigo. The first was a staycation when I lived here. Now I have returned to Atlanta and this is the 1st choice.

I like the hotel. It has a modern feel to it. The size of our room makes me feel like we are in NYC. It doesn't affect me because I am not expecting a huge room.

Free wifi. Kitchen til 10 and bar til 12am.

29/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
79. Jessica K.
The only bright spot in my recent work trip to Atlanta was this great boutique hotel in Midtown.

My check in with the courteous staff was a breeze and set the welcoming, relaxed vibe that became synonymous with my stay here. Public transportation is nearby, but I needed a car on this trip. After parking in the secure garage ($25 a day), I went to my room and was pleased to see it was more or less like a cozy studio apartment. It had everything I needed, comfy bed, A/C, coffee maker, tv and free Wi-fi.  The bathroom was small (no tub, just shower), but I didn't have any problems with it. Large bathrooms are soooo overrated anyways, it's not like you need to do aerobics in there. Speaking of aerobics, I next had to go check out the gym after spending the previous 9 hours in my best imitation of a sloth. I was expecting the standard set up of a couple of a treadmill and elliptical but was pleased to find two new treadmills, free weights, circuit trainer and I think a row machine.  

Exercise out of the way, I was ready to indulge in Atlanta. I chose this place in part because it was in walking distance of a lot of great sights and restaurants. On my way out, I noticed the bar was super lively with some killer music and the game on. I continued out and then paused, it was a work night and after a long day of traveling all I really wanted was to chill and watch the game. They had both and I made the best decision of my trip by heading back inside. If you are in Atlanta and going to the Fox Theater, you should definitely stay here and hit up the restaurant and bar pre and post show. The entire hotel was recently renovated with the check in area made to resemble a drum set and the bar a piano. The décor was fun and inviting and the staff took care of me like a VIP. I enjoyed chatting football with Jacqui and local sights to see with the other bartenders. The owner Paul came and chatted with me too once he realized I was a Denver fan. He also gave me some great recommendations and I could see the staff was happy and treated well. They of course had a full bar and an excellent wine and beer selection including bottled beer and draft. I was hooked on the local Sweetwater ale. For food they have a varied selection of flatbreads, steak, salmon, burgers and salads. I went with their spinach and steak salad with bacon, blue cheese and balsamic. The steak was prepared just how I like it and I enjoyed it so much I had it the next night too when I crawled in after a 12 hour workday. Obviously I wasn't the only one who was enamored with the bar as there were many return visitors both nights and we all had a great time hanging out. The prices were extremely affordable and I was definitely reluctant to leave both nights (or was that the beer?).  

Checkout was just as easy and I was able to print my boarding passes in their business center (a few computers and a printer). I had to take a few pics to remember the fantastic place I had made my home for two days.

I didn't want my five stars to mislead anyone into thinking this is comparable to the Four Seasons, because it's not. I try to compare apples to apples, so as far as boutique hotels go, this place is definitely a five as my experience was more like a six. This Indigo was big on personality AND affordable. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here on a future trip.

15/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
80. Benjamin S.
For our trip down to Atlanta, we were given a reservation here as a holiday gift from my parents. Overall it is a very nice hotel and our room was spacious and modern, and the staff was really nice and helpful. This was a good thing because because I had no idea how to find my way around downtown Atlanta. My only complaint is that the bed we slept on was really uncomfortable. I felt like I was sleeping on a run of the mill metal spring mattress, and given this was a posh hotel, I expected better.

05/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
81. Claire B.
I really loved this hotel. It's in a great location for walking and getting around downtown. The Marta is only a block away and the restaurants around it are fantastic (even if the restaurant at the hotel is nothing special).

The lobby is done in bright colors and black wallpaper made from pictures of the production booth at the Fox (which is across the street). They pump fantastic, chill music day and night, making it somewhere you want to hang out and enjoy a beer. Luckily the restaurant does have a good tap menu, so you can enjoy your craft brew in the lobby or on the porch.

The rooms are on the small side the the bathrooms are the teeniest I have ever seen, but the amenities are attractive and have everything you need (just in a pint-sized space). The beds are very comfortable.

The staff is some of the nicest I have ever run into. The lobby staff were RIDICULOUSLY helpful, no matter what is was you needed. We stayed during the NCAA tournament and most of the bars closed down by the time we managed to make it back to the hotel. The bar staff stayed late and poured pints for us until we couldn't drink a single drop more. Talk about AMAZING service.

I HIGHLY recommend this hotel. Don't let the small bathrooms scare you away. Indigo Hotels show you just why the boutique hotel business is doing so well.

13/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
82. Bob K.
Best shaving mirror and light EVER. Best hotel bed in many years. Best towels and washcloths in years. Breakfast menu extremely good value for modest price.  So glad my hosts booked me into this hotel.

15/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
83. Michele S.
Traveling for work again, and I just couldn't do the Holiday Inn again.  So, I found this little hotel which happens to be pretty darn close to the office I had to visit.

Clean, trendy, modern are all words I would use to describe this hotel.  The bed was comfy, and the windows open a little bit (a big deal for me as I love fresh air).  

The service was a bit slow in the bar.  I don't blame the hotel, as it seems everywhere I went in Atlanta had slow service.  I just chalk it up to the fact that this is the south, and nobody is in a hurry.  They served breakfast in the bar.  The coffee was strong, and the yogurt parfait was absolutely friggin' delicious.  I couldn't believe how tasty the berries were.  

If I come back to Atlanta, I'll definitely consider coming back to Hotel Indigo.

25/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
84. Lauren S.
Cute hotel in a nice area. Bathrooms reallyyyy small, which they warned us about at check in. Rooms are pretty small too, but they're nice. What I didn't expect after paying $300 for 2 nights was to be slapped with a $50 parking fee on the way out. When we checked in they made it seem like because we were guests of the hotel our parking would be validated--this was not made clear at all. I would stay here again, but it would have been nice to know about the parking fees beforehand.

16/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
85. Tilia M.
I originally was introduced to the Indigo after a friend stayed here over night for her birthday weekend. I was charmed by the white, clean look, and the overall punches of color and cool designs. Nautical with crazy giant pictures of fruit as wallpaper.

I'm a sucker for design.

So. I was surprised with an overnight stay here during my birthday weekend, and upon walking through the lobby and up the elevator, I was mildly excited. I admit, I was. Until. Yes, there's always an 'until.

I entered the tiny room, which reminded me of my friend's room, which wasn't so bad, but I was terribly underwhelmed.

That's the thing about this place, they get you from a distance. I mean from far away but it looks really cool, but up close, you see all the problems, fraying around the edges.

-The huge, long crack in the wall.
-The cool-looking, but extremely dirty arm chair.
-The big water leak stain and bubble crumbling on the ceiling.
-The comforter, not duvet covering the bed, and obviously not one that'd been washed recently. I thought hotels had started going for the latter, for the sake of cleanliness. Guess not.
-The insanely thin walls.
-The lack of control of its occupants, so I, hoping for a romantic weekend, got stuck next to a room of teens making noise well into the night.
-The ice machine directly connected to the bedroom. How fun to wake up to someone getting ice at 4am.
-And. AND...the insanely, supremely, microscopic-sized bathroom. It was so small, it reminded me of one of those train bathrooms that you have to sit on the toilet to take a shower in. This thing was officially the smallest bathroom I'd ever been in. Ever, and I've been in lots of hotels.

...It was so small that when I woke up in the morning, half asleep and groggy and went to use the restroom, I banged my head so, SO hard on the sink. I was afraid I'd broken my nose. Seriously.


Needless to say, we cut my weekend short, and decided on another nicer, larger, same-priced hotel downtown which was SO much better. We checked out as soon as we could that morning.

I don't understand why this place has so many excellent reviews. They must come from people who have never stayed at a nice hotel, or from people who only use hotels to sleep in when they're travelling. Not me. I love a hotel room. I get excited at the clean, crisp sheets and towels, and tend to want to stay in a 4 star or higher more often than not.

This was so, so, not.

I mean, it wasn't the worst hotel I've even been in, but, then again, I used to be on a college student budget when I traveled a lot as an undergrad, so there you go. I will never, ever stay here again, and won't recommend it to anyone if they want a nice hotel room.

27/01/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
86. Sandy M.
The hotel and decor makes it quite inviting, The staff is very friendly and helpful, Wish the restaurant was open, during the day,  The menu is very limited. It's a bit slow.

20/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
87. Marcie C.
Great location, great price, cool vibe. You do have to pay for parking which is typical of downtown hotels. Room was nice-bathroom is tiny. Neat restaurant downstairs-breakfast was good. I would recommend this hotel.

27/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
88. Misty B.
Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown is beautiful! I absolutely loved the lobby area, the modern feel. The staff is very friendly and went above and beyond to help me upon my arrival to Atlanta, GA. I  had just moved here and had a lot of luggage with me because of my move. All around it is a great location, friendly staff, beautifully done inside, very classy. I'm giving it 4 stars because of the rooms. I am in a wheelchair and upon asking for a wheelchair accessible room I was told that I was already in one. I was amazed at the tiny room that was meant to be for handicap access I could barely turn my sports wheelchair around. I can almost adapt to any situation so I dealt with that, the next thing was the outlet. The one outlet I could reach did not hold my charges with my phone, laptop or scooter charger. I would plug the items in and it would immediately come out of the wall and would not stick. I called the front desk to ask if there was another room and I was told that the rooms were all that size. The breakfast is top notch, and worth the money. I would stay here again if the rooms accommodated for disabled people.

22/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
89. Dan P.
Great and trendy IHG hotel with a Fox Theater theme.  Rooms and bathrooms are smaller than usual, but that is because it is a renovated 1920's hotel. Staff is welcoming and friendly, and this was a great experience overall.  More electrical outlets, refrigerators, and laundry machines on site would be ideal.

19/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
90. Lia S.

I always book with the Priceline and stay at the intercontinental in buckhead. Which is always very accommodating. The front desk suggested that I try indigo hotel in midtown. However, due to weather conditions and being 8 months pregnant, I needed to cancel. Calling Priceline was a breeze. She understanding and explained that she needed to contact the hotel since they do the refunds. We spoke to an earl campbell who was extremely disrespectful. He mentioned that it was not his issue and hung up. i called the next day and asked to speak to a manager. I was speaking to a Eddie Barton who was even worse. And when I asked for his manager he stated that Gabrielle was not available. And he proceeded by hanging up. I find it sad that these positive reviews do not reflect the true experience I received. I would never suggest this hotel to anyone. The service and tact is beyond horrible. I have yet to speak to the mNager of the hotel

03/12/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
91. Kelly H.
We loved this hotel. The staff were exceptional. It is a Georgian building and therefore on the register, they cant structurally change anything. So, the bedrooms aren't huge but still very nice. I found the bed could have been a bit softer. The biggest draw back is the tiny bathroom....cos they can't change the space. The actual shower though is quite big and a great shower head. This hotel allows dogs, and we didn't mind that. The whole hotel has a broadway/Hollywood glamour style. It's fun and qwerky. There are no fridges in the room.

26/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
92. Dani S.
Decent business hotel close to the metro station.

Was in town for a quick work trip and stayed here. Service was efficient, hotel is clean, but nothing out of the ordinary. Parking is pricey, but you can walk here from the metro station, which also goes all the way to the airport and cost $6 round trip.

27/11/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
93. DJ D.
If I could give 0 stars, I would. Terrible customer service and they have a grand total of 1 hotel shuttle. How can you be an airport hotel and only have 1 shuttle? I spoke to an Angela and a Donna on two separate occassions, both reps had 0 concern not even had a remote miniscule of customer service. Do not stay here unless you like being treated like garbage.

03/01/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
94. Sara P.
We went for a mini honeymoon over the weekend.  Loved the hospitality and location.  The people who work there were so friendly. Only wish the bar was open longer but it wasn't busy so we understood why they closed early. Would recommend this place to everyone.  Reasonably priced too.

13/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
95. John S.
After having stayed at the Grand Hyatt Buckhead the past seven or eight times in Atlanta, I decided to make a change to the Hotel Indigo based on its close proximity to midtown and a huge promotion that IHG is currently having.  As many have said, there are some serious pros and cons to the hotel, but I think most of the negative aspects described in other reviews can be circumvented with an ounce of preparation.

Yes, the restrooms are absolutely tiny.  The front desk staff goes out of their way to tell you that there isn't any counter space in them.  The rooms themselves are small...  well I'm paying $89/night over a holiday weekend.  You know what $89 would get me in NYC or even my hometown of LA?  A shared room in a crackden with Po'Jo' and Nuk'Nuk asking you, "loan me five dollars".  Instead at the Indigo, I get a fairly clean, decently sized room with a king bed close to the action of Midtown.

This is a great hotel for someone on a budget and looking to stay in the heart of Midtown.  While I'd lean towards GH Buckhead, I would definitely stay at the Indigo again if there were another IHG promotion going on.  

Bonus tip:  Very pet friendly!

31/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
96. Laura Kate S.
Had my friends bachelorette party here. The rooms are small, not good for a party of more than 3. Bathrooms are also tiny. The decor is amazing though.

18/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
97. D B.
First, the rooms are small - like a college dorm room - and have a sour wet towel smell - (old attic), which was more pronounced in the bathroom. If you're a tall or a large guy, your knees will bump against the sink if you're seated on the toilet. That's how tight the space is. But even if you can survive the dorm room feel, the customer service here is horrendous - from the front desk to the general manager.

During my stay, I left the room for a few hours to go into the city and left word specifically with the front desk to have housekeeping refresh the room when I was out. Twice in three days this did not happen.

Next, the ice machine didn't work on the floor and I had to call front to ask for ice. In every case, instead accepting responsibility for the broken equipment, they told me to check other floors for a workable machine. When I pushed back, they brought ice.

After these issues, on the third day I left a message for the hotel general manager to call. She called back - and without ever speaking to me directly - and stated that my complaints about her hotel's substandard performance amounted to "belligerence." She said that she would prefer if I left, although the hotel had been pre-paid through Priceline. I told her when I received a refund, I'd leave. This outrageous response came from a GM - not first-level management. I ultimately got the refund and reserved the four-star Sheraton Downtown and had a great time during the rest of my trip.

If your hotel stay is critical to your enjoyment of your trip, in short, avoid this hotel, if not for the small, musty dorm room, certainly for the unacceptable level of service. I wouldn't give it one star. I am filing a complaint with Priceline about this property, as well as writing to the corporate office of Indigo. It was unacceptable on every level.

21/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
98. Lulu M.
Stayed here for a week so I know a lot about this place.

Staying at the Hotel Indigo inspired deep ambivalence in me and my significant other, it's a real mixed bag. And we've been everywhere.

The good:

Our rate was $129 most nights, one night was something like $113, so for the location this is seriously cheap, c'mon. We liked the king bed, comfy and no springs! Staff is  super nice and accommodating. Room service came in a flash and was decent. We had two cats with us so glory hallelujah for their pet-friendliness.

The not so good:

Everything at the Indigo is kinda old and borderline shabby. Someone here complained about no outlets in the rooms, that's true, and is annoying. The internet kicks you off every couple hours. The linens, um, aren't white all over, there are faded yellowish bits - yucky! Our door keys didn't work and had to be traded in twice, super annoying. Maintenance is pretty lax - while they cleaned our room well our room service dishes piled up in the hallway sometimes for more than a day.

They seem very understaffed, there are no porters and the front desk is often unmanned, we ended up hunting around for someone to help us several times. There is exactly one luggage trolley so grab it when you can! Parking is $20 per day, which is total bullshit. There was no fridge in our room, don't expect one. Although the staff kept some things for us in the bar fridge, which helped as we brought some vegan stuff.

The good/bad depending on how picky/chill you are:

Yes the bathrooms are tiny. Very standard now in these types of hotels. Inconvenient but didn't bother us too much, Our room had a little vanity table. The A/C is super loud! But me and BF actually like that, we grew up in New York City so it's like home :)

Overall it was a good experience for us. Your mileage may vary.

25/06/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
99. Angela A.
Let me make this easy for you:

Do you enjoy exceptional service?
Do you like a friendly, first name basis environment?
Do you want a VERY pet friendly hotel?
Do you want to be centrally located in midtown?
Do you want to be within walking distance of many tourist attractions and amazing dining experiences?
Do you only use your room to sleep in?
Are you comfortable with small spaces?

If yes to the majority of these questions, you will enjoy your stay here.

Do you enjoy spending a large portion of your time in your hotel room?
Do you need a designated area to do your makeup/hair?
Are you claustrophobic?
Do you have an aversion to tiny (I mean TINY) bathrooms?
Do you refuse to pay extra for parking?
Do you require valet parking?

If you replied yes to a majority of these questions, you will NOT enjoy your stay at this hotel.

In all honesty, when we first checked in, hubby and I looked at each other and seriously thought about finding other accommodations for the rest of our stay.  But after we checked in, and went downstairs and were greeted by other guest's dogs and were given walking directions to a great Soul Food we decided we loved how centrally located we were.  Except for the Zoo and Aquarium (which were very short drives away) we walked to everything.  We were across the street from the Legendary Fox Theater.  

Next time we visit Atlanta we will definitely be staying here.  Gives great photo ops for hysterical photos.

03/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
100. Carlos M.
Fabulous hotel and staff.  They can't do enough for you.

The rooms are small, and so is the bathroom, but if I was going to spend time in the bathroom I'd stay at home.

The Internet service is great, the beds are very comfortable, conveniently located in Midtown Atlanta where you can walk everywhere.  Need to move around?  MARTA is 2 blocks away, no need to bring a car.

Love this place!

11/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
101. Kaleena 'Kala' H.
My husband and I stayed at this hotel while we were in town to see Alton Brown's live show at the Fox Theatre. The hotel is very conveniently located across the street, which made it easy to commute over there. However, the room we stayed in was pretty tiny! The decor was cute and modern...I had read previous reviews about the bathrooms being too small, but the hotel put us in a room with a handicapped bathroom.

The room also had a refrigerator, which was awesome for us since we had brought our own food on the trip. However...the bed was very uncomfortable. It had a spring mattress, which are horrible on my bad back. The pillows were too tiny, and I kept losing mine during the night.

Not sure yet about coming back.

17/03/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
102. David D.
Really cool hotel, lots of character. Staff was great, very accommodating. Would definitely stay again.

20/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
103. Suzanne W.
I have mixed reviews about this place. I've forgotten all about writing a review for this hotel till I passed it the other day.

As for the hotel... We LOVED the room decor! We had a staycation and this place made us feel like we were somewhere on a beach. Howeverrrrr... There was no tub to do the whole bubble bath thing. *sad sigh*

As for my low rating ... My gf forgot her GOLD necklace in our room. We realized it when we got home. We called the hotel and (of course) no one has seen it. Mhm. I left messages for the manager (or anyone in charge) to give me a call back... Nothing! VERY unprofessional there. *flips hair*. Well, although I'm sure there's only 1-4 people that cleaned our room during ... But then again... What proof do we actually have.

18/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
104. Tiffany B.
Meh. Meh, meh, meh.

The only impressive thing about this hotel is the lobby, bar, and restaurant. Go elsewhere if you need to stay the night.

It's overpriced for what you get- a hard uncomfortable bed with a teeny tiny bathroom. I was literally smacking my elbows on the wall while trying to get dressed in there and I'm 5'7", which is far from being a giant. The service was perfectly friendly and fine, but I'd never stay here again.

If I was a local I might MAYBE swing by for some pre-game drinks before a night out, but I'm sure there's much better places for that, so I probably would go at all.

Love the location across from the Fox Theatre and that's about it!

26/06/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
105. LookAlive A.
Holy claustrophobia, Batman! The rooms are teensy tiny, and the bathroom is, hands down, the worst hotel bathroom experience I've ever had.  Simply sitting on the toilet requires you to put your knees and chin on the sink in front of you.   I get that it's "historic", but this place desperately needed bathroom expansions when they remodeled it.  I've been in airplane lavatories that are larger, and you don't even have to shower in those. There are countless "historic" hotels all over Atlanta that solved the "small bathroom" problem during a proper remodel. (ie: their next-door neighbor, The Georgian Terrace, has enourmous accommodations.)

The lobby and bar are cute.  Kitschy... kinda like Jonathan Adler and IKEA threw up all over it, which was wicked cool a out ten years ago. You can tell it's been that long since they remodeled because the furnishings and fittings are showing their age, and not necessarily in a good way.  Furniture looks cheap and has lots of wear that should be tended to. A coat of paint would do wonders.

The rooms, however, are a horrendous value. I am serious when I say that I had to exit and re-enter the room to maneuver the room service tray. Not even kidding.

The service was nice. Front desk and room service were pleasant and attentive. You can tell they get a LOT of complaints about the room and bathroom size. The first thing spoken by the front desk clerk was her completely memorized spiel stating "welcome to The Indigo Midtown. We are a historic boutique hotel built in 19blah and are on the register of historical places, and oh yeah, super small bathrooms, you guuyysss."

25/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
106. Jerry T.
Hotel Indigo is sort of a mixed bag for me. I really like the location. It's right across the street from the fabulous Fox Theater, and is very walkable to all of the things to do in Midtown.

The staff has always been courteous the few times I've stayed here. They always let me check out late, because I'm not usually up with the sun. They are also typically accommodating if you want to be in one of the higher rooms to get a better view and get away from the noise from Peachtree. However, I was a little upset they tried to put me in a room with one king-sized bed when I booked for three guests.

It's an old building, but the decor is very modern. A few things that you will notice with it being an older building are that the rooms are pretty tiny, and that there aren't many outlets to plug in your electronics. The beds are really comfy, and the bathrooms are nice.

The bar downstairs makes some tasty cocktails, and room service is good. The egg dish with potatoes is good, if a little heavy and the yogurt parfait was good.

If you face Peachtree you will have a cool view, but more noise. If you are facing the other direction it's quiet, but you are looking at parking garages.

All things considered, I really like the place. I'll probably continue to stay here when I'm in midtown. It's also very convenient to the North Ave MARTA stop.

31/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
107. Logan C.
This hotel is a perfect location for the beach. We came to Atlanta for the airshow. This hotel is just across the street from the beach.
The staff was very friendly, if you check in with Hilton Honors they even give you a bottle of water as you check in.

09/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
108. Justin E.
Nice hotel with friendly staff. Was a bit pricy, but the location is great and I was very comfortable, even with the small bathrooms. Minus one star for not having HGTV on their cable. :)

11/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
109. Madie H.
The staff reached out and been extremely worried about my stay. I think they were just really busy this time I was there. I will definitely be back. It's always great and I have no reason to assume it won't be next time.

23/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
110. Jonathan K.
The Hotel Indigo has a prime location in Atlanta midtown.  It's right across from the Fox Theater and within walking distance to a bunch of great restaurants.  The hotel staff is incredibly friendly and they are attentive to their guests needs.

The biggest gripe most people will have is with the incredibly small bathrooms.  The space is so tight that you could sit on the toilet and still be able to reach forward to wash your hands in the sink without moving.  There is alsono tub--the shower is stall only.  Lastly, the hotel allows pet so there's a chance you might hear barking in the next room.

Aside from that, the rooms are reasonably comfortable and nicely decorated.

22/02/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
111. Andy L.
The end derive and shut us off. Literally on the phone and they told me hold on while they passed me on. No on here cares they are lazy staff. Choose anywhere near here besides this hotel to stay. This hotel make it hard to do anything. Besides check in

16/05/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
112. Eboni H.
I love Hotel Indigo.

Prime location--directly across from the Fox, and walking distance to quite a few restaurants.  

The rooms and bathrooms are small-- but I've come to expect that from boutique hotels.  I often prefer the personality and the style associated with boutiques over the space.

I've relocated to ATL now, but have had several hotel stays in Atlanta over the past few years when visiting. This is one of my faves

18/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
113. Michaela R.
This place is fine for a short stay, it has a nice location and the rooms are decent. The bathrooms are very small which means if you shower in the morning the floor will be wet all day. I have never stayed in a hotel where I can't reach the front desk. Every time I have called it's been very difficult to get through, the front desk guys are really not very nice which you'd think is pretty important in the hospitality industry. I'm trying to check out right now and have called the front desk 7 times to ask for a luggage cart and have yet to had anyone answer. It's been 15 minutes of calling over and over again. Some of the worst customer service I have ever experienced in a hotel.

*As an update, I struggled downstairs with 5 bags after 30 minutes of no answer from the front desk. I was obviously upset and told the front desk guy so, mentioning I had been calling for 30 minutes and it was impossible to get through. He shrugged, said "I don't know, I've been here" and thst was it. Did not offer to help me with my bags at all as I struggled to get out of the front door. I am checked in at the crowne plaza around the corner and am lowering my original 2 stars down to one. The worst service I have ever received, i have stayed in hostels thst cost $8 a night and received better customer service than this place.

23/04/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
114. Maddie M.
I love boutique hotels and I had such a great time at Hotel Indigo. The front staff was very friendly and took care of everything for us. Since this was our first visit to Atlanta we were thankful for their recommendations for places to eat and bars to check out.

Yes, the bathrooms are small but the shower was big  and there is a huge mirror and counter outside the bathroom so I had an easy time getting ready for the day. I didn't hear my neighbors at all, nor did I hear people in the hallway.

The location of the hotel was perfect for us. It was super easy to take the train from the airport and walk  a block to the hotel. Actually we walked everywhere because Hotel Indigo was in the middle of everything we wanted to do!

I will definitely stay here again next time I'm in Atlanta.

11/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0