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Hotel Indigo

InterContinental Hotel Group is the first hotel in Poland under the Hotel Indigo Krakow - Old Town brand
ul. św. Filipa 18
2014 - 2016
SAO Architecture
450 sq.m. - Land Size 2 600 sq. m. - Net Sales Area
50º 4' 3.768" N 19º 56' 30.488" E

InterContinental Hotel Group's debut in Poland

Hotel Indigo Krakow - Old Town is the first InterContinental HotelGroup hotel in Poland. It is located in a tenement house built in 1887-1888 near the Academy of Fine Arts, the Cracow University of Technology and Stary Kleparz - the oldest continuously operating market in Cracow. The hotel is located in the artistic heart of Krakow, which is also evident in the interiors. Although only the façade of the building has been subject to conservation protection, efforts have also been made to preserve the details of the interior. The preserved elements of the decor have been restored, the damaged ones have been replaced with similar ones, while tiles recovered from demolished tiled cookers have been used to finish the reception area and the bar. There are 56 exclusive rooms, a conference room, sauna and fitness room, library, restaurant and bar. The hotel's interiors show the varied and diverse history of Polish painting. The first two floors are dedicated to the work of Jan Matejko. The rich bourgeois tradition full of intense colours is captured in the room arrangements. It is in honour of Jan Matejko - an outstanding painter and draughtsman associated with Krakow - that the square next to which Hotel Indigo is located is named.

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InterContinental Hotel Group

InterContinental Hotel Group is one of the leading hospitality companies in the world. IHG's brands include SIX Senses, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn and Kimpton. Hotel Indigo has dozens of locations on the world map, including in Krakow.

Stary Kleparz

It is the longest continuously operating market in Krakow, and its history dates back to the 14th century. A wide offer attracts the most demanding, including many chefs of Krakow restaurants every day. Old Kleparz became the inspiration to create many items in the menu of the Hotel Indigo restaurant.

Hotel filled with art

The interiors of Hotel Indigo are inspired by the works of Matejko, Wyspianski and Nowosielski. References to the artists appear not only in the art on the walls, but also in elements of the rooms' design. The rich bourgeois tradition, filled with colors is a characteristic element of the Matejko rooms, the combination of textures, colors and details are features of the Wyspianski rooms, while the spirit of abstractionism is captured in the Nowosielski rooms.