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Trendy, mid-range boutique
The 126-room, singles-friendly Indigo has an artsy atmosphere, with huge photo murals of desert scenes decorating the building inside and out. The lobby is small but attractive, with textured walls and floors, and the rooms are tastefully and efficiently furnished in sleek modern-retro style. The hard room floors do create some noise, but at least they look great. The 24-hour fitness center has modern equipment, the pool is small but adequate, and the tiny 44fifteen Bar and Bistro offers outdoor seating amid comfy lounge chairs and rock fire pits. Overall, the hotel has an upscale but eclectic boutique feel. The location within Old Town Scottsdale is hard to beat.
The Indigo is in Old Town Scottsdale in a commercial district surrounded by businesses.
Numerous shops, art galleries, nightclubs, and restaurants are within easy walking distance. Scottsdale Stadium, where the San Francisco Giants play during spring training, is a mile away. Shuttle service is free within three miles.
Rooms are trendy and stylish, with light laminate wood floors, flat-screen TVs, cool desert-themed photo murals on the wall, and blue-and-white bedding. All rooms -- except for those on the second floor -- have balconies.
All rooms include:
A heated pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free covered parking
A restaurant featuring American cuisine
Hipsters and young couples will love the Indigo’s retro decor, lively vibe, and convenient location near Scottsdale’s trendiest nightclubs. Just don’t come expecting a quiet night. Earplugs are provided to help with the click-clack from the hard Pergo floors and thumping nightclub next door. For retro vibe with a little less noise, check out the Hotel Valley Ho.