Staycations are super easy for quick rest and relaxation getaways without spending too much money. Over a fun filled Memorial Day holiday weekend, I did another staycation. These weekend hideouts are becoming routine for me and I fully endorse taking time for yourself. For this stay I chose a location outside of the city but with a familiar brand – Hotel Indigo.
Hotel Indigo is part of the IHG family of brands. I would categorize these as boutique hotels with unique decor that is vibrant, colorful, and inviting.
I staycationed with this brand before at Hotel Indigo Atlanta Vinings. My stay at this pretty as a picture hotel was satisfying with excellent service and unique decor that celebrates the neighborhood history. My experience at Hotel Indigo Atlanta Airport was equally good…take a peek.
Both of these locations are fine hotels, but the room at the Airport location was fairly plain. Except for the vintage looking photo graphic on the wall, the room was not a standout. But frankly, I was looking for a comfy bed and a good restaurant, the Airport location scored big on both fronts.
The Winning Touch
The icing at the Airport is the decor, which I would describe as modern chic. A fancy room is of course a bonus, but am a big fan of commercial interior design and this hotel is definitely a winner.
- Location – close to Hartsfield-Jackson Airport and Downtown Atlanta
- Vibe – not too loud and bouncy
- Price – moderate less than $200 a night
- Room size – generous and easy to navigate
- Amenities – basic – restaurant, business center, gym, and pool
- Internet – free
- Miscellaneous – allows pets $75 fee
Both hotels met my needs for a staycation. My main complaint if you will with Hotel Indigo Atlanta Airport is the air conditioner was hella loud, really loud, woke me up in the middle of the night loud. That was annoying and impacted my sleep. My other concern was housekeeping. I left my room at 6:30am for an appointment on Saturday and when I returned after 12 noon, my room had not been serviced. On a positive note, the hotel staff was pleasant and helpful. And, the restaurant food and drinks were delicious, be on the look out for an upcoming restaurant review.
I would probably stay at Hotel Indigo Atlanta Airport again, it’s a pretty hotel with really comfortable beds and good service. Hotel Indigo is a hotel brand I recommend without reservation.
Are you planning a staycation this summer?
Great review. I had the same problem with a loud A/C when we stayed at a new Holiday Inn in Tampa. No Bueno. . .
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It sounded like an engine and I’m not a light sleeper! LOLOL
Great review! I really like the comforter on the bed. 🙂 It looks really clean and neat. Love your video!
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Thanks for stopping by! The bed was so comfy, got some good rest!
Fab review darling, sorry to hear about the AC, that really would annoy me and keep me up too!
Hey Lovely, yep I hope they can get newer units maybe!
Ivana Split says
The loud air conditioning can be such a minus in a hotel, it is hard to get a good night sleep in them as it is. I’m a light sleeper and if I wake up I find it hard to fall asleep again. It is good to know that the staff was helpful and polite.
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Yes it definitely impacted my sleep LOL, thanks for stopping by!
These are both beautiful! I need a staycation asap and I need to take a look around here.
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Yes I bet you have some super cute hotels in the area!