See why so many travellers make Hotel Indigo Traverse City their hotel of choice when visiting Traverse City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a boutique setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Traverse City's most popular landmarks, such as Boardman River Boardwalk (0.5 km) and Benjamin Twiggs, legendary cherry products (2.8 km), Hotel Indigo Traverse City is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Hotel Indigo Traverse City offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, a rooftop terrace, and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A fitness center and a rooftop bar will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Indigo Traverse City, parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Traverse City's popular oyster restaurants such as Trattoria Stella, Reflect Bistro Inside Cambria Suites Hotel, and The Towne Plaza, all a short distance from Hotel Indigo Traverse City.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Front Street (0.6 km) and The Village at Grand Traverse Commons (1.7 km), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
At Hotel Indigo Traverse City, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Traverse City.
The Hotel Indigo is very convenient to the downtown, the bay across the street and area attractions and has some nice amenities. The rooftop bar/restaurant with it's view is terrific and the hotel's workout room is well done as was our room. All the personnel were very friendly and helpful and the valet service was prompt. The downside for my wife and me were the road noise and lack of a mini-fridge.
When a small-town property (albeit a resort town with very high demand) charges $400 night, I do have a few expectations. This property FAILS MISERABLY on even the most common amenities: 1. No pool. No hot tub. 2. No bars of soap or ANY bath amenities in the room. Not only do you have to call down, they won't bring them to you. You have to stop by the front desk to get them. 3. Restaurants closed, except for room service. And they make you go through a convoluted process of scanning a QR code to take you to a 3rd party site to order. 4. No fridge in room...I can understand a microwave, but for 1/10th of what I spent for 2 nights, they could have bought a fridge. IHG advertises the Hotel Indigo brand as being in their 'Luxury' category along with their flagship Intercontinental hotels. I've stayed at dozens of Intercontinentals over the years (and Ritz Carlton/Waldorf Astoria/St Regis/etc)...This Hotel Indigo is not, by any stretch of the imagination, a luxury property. This is a pedestrian property in an already overpriced resort town and was more on par with a Courtyard By Marriott or Hilton Garden Inn. It certainly is not a horrible property, but definitely not what I expect in a self-touted 'luxury' property. I get that they might be understaffed, but a sold-out place fetching $400/night, they could pay people more and staff the place properly so they could provide some BASIC amenities that I get in Holiday Inn Expresses, Hampton Inns and Fairfields.…
Been here maybe half hour and already so disappointed i could cry. This was the most expensive property in our vacation bookings at well over 400 a night and what a mistake this turned out to be. The design is cute and unique but that is all. We paid for a bay view and although we have that at a distance our main view is an American Waste garbage truck and some tents. Looks like some festival of some type going on. The road noise is extremely loud, there is no free breakfast here, no pool or hot tub, and not even a mini fridge or microwave. At this exorbitant price what are we paying for? Yes it is my fault for not checking amenities and for assuming due to cost it would have everything. Pretty upset with myself on this one. Would not recommend for the price.
This is a wonderful place. It is right downtown with fantastic views of the water. There is a large waterfront park and marina across the street. Our room was spacious and clean, with all the technical amenities (outlets, wifi, hdmi connectivity, etc.). The bath was very nice. We had a room with a view of the bay, which was nice, but it was very noisy in the morning with car traffic right below the window, so I recommend a room on the opposite side of the hotel. The BEST part was the rooftop open-air restaurant and bar, with fantastic views!! We will be back.
This was no small expense to us, and we wanted an experience to meet the price. However, when we arranged an expensive dinner on the roof deck there was no way of even hearing each other over the loud music and the outbursts of the patrons. Also, the room was covered in dust.