Surrounded by oak trees, along the St. Charles Streetcar line and nestled in the historic Garden District neighborhood is the Hotel Indigo New Orleans, an upscale boutique hotel that is the newest Intercontinental Hotel Group Hotel in the city. Here you will find a fusion of two worlds, the modern conveniences of new construction and the charm of the Uptown, New Orleans.
Riding along the scenic St. Charles Streetcar Line, just one and a half-mile off the famed French Quarter and equidistant to Tulane and Loyola Universities, reveals distinctly different worlds sharing shade under the same oak trees. Mid-19th Century Victorian homes with manicured English-style landscaping sit next to rustic, working-class cottages for a stunning collision of lush gardens and diverse cultures. Sheltered by the romantic canopy of these magnificent oaks is the charming Hotel Indigo® New Orleans Garden District, itself a symbol of inspired fusion.
Contemporary Chic welcomes guests at a front desk pod. An elegant mix of modish and classic French-style furniture punctuates open spaces and fresh, festive guest rooms offset with cherry accents. Yet the magenta window mural and galvanized metal pieces express the more worn elements found outside the hotel. This hotel along with its neighborhood celebrates all forms of contrast, which seem to flow freely around this iconic bend of the Mississippi River.
Location in the historic Uptown neighborhood makes all destinations within New Orleans a short walk, ride or streetcar trip away. From the city’s high rise office buildings in the CBD such as One Shell Square to the Spanish architecture in the French Quarter and on to the grassy campuses of Tulane and Loyola University, we are just steps (or a streetcar ride) away. In fact, steps in any direction will lead you to an adventure to see beautiful homes and gardens or visit the antique shops, restaurants, bookstores and coffee houses along nearby Magazine Street.
To add to the allure of our location we are on the Uptown St. Charles Avenue Parade Route for Mardi Gras, the largest festival of its type in the US.