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All reviewsfox theaterrooms are smallcute hotelnorth avenuepeachtree streetparking garagean older buildingcorner roombed was comfortablelocation is excellentdirectly across the streetmarta stationstreet noisepiedmont parkthe general managergeorgia techbathroom
I had a great stay here and would highly recommend it to anyone but there were a few things keeping it from being a 5 star. I chose this hotel because it was pet friendly and My girlfriend and I had our dog with us....More
The building that is home to Hotel Indigo is a landmark built in the early 1900's. The decor and ambiance is bright, tasteful, and charming. Situated across Peachtree Street from the renowned Fox Theatre, the lobby and rooms feature artwork celebrating the musical influence of...More
I like that this hotel is nice but without a bunch of frills. Its central location is perfect, and the rooms, while small, are comfortable. The staff were all perfectly friendly. I would stay here again for sure.
We stayed one night at the Hotel Indigo, Atlanta, Ga., and was charged for two nights parking. But that was the least of our problems. We used our American Express card which we had not used in the last two months. Two nights after staying...More
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Response from WebsterG, General Manager at Hotel Indigo Atlanta MidtownResponded 12 February 2015
Dear Nancy B from Dawsonville, GA -
We need your help! Since reading your review yesterday we have attempted several times to contact you to help find out what happened with your credit card charges and have not gotten a callback and when our accounting...More
Stayed at hotel indigo across the street from Fox Theatre the night of Jerry Seinfelds show. While everyone that accommodated us were great, the room left a little to be desired. The bathroom (outside of the stand-up shower) was actually 4'x2'. The walls had little,...More