This is the brand’s second opening this year and the fourth property in the city.
Located minutes from Flushing Main Street, the 150-room hotel will be managed by Urgo Hotels & Resorts.
Design firm JacksonCreative Group has combined Flushing’s rich and diverse past and present with organic materials and finishes in the boutique lifestyle hotel’s interiors.
The atrium style lobby welcomes guests with a dramatic peach blossom tree art piece and a cascading chandelier that is reminiscent of rain drops.
Each of the guestrooms are contemporary and feature a grey and soft yellow colour palette as well as peach blossom murals, giving an airy organic look.
King Terrace guestrooms have private terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows, offering panoramic views of the city skyline.
The hotel’s Botanica Bar & Lounge offers serene dining environment with a menu of handcrafted cocktails and bites that are inspired by the neighbourhood’s global influences, including Handmade Dim Sum.
Hotel Indigo vice president for global brand management Carol Hoeller said: “The opening of Hotel Indigo Flushing is an exciting development for the fast-growing Hotel Indigo portfolio. We strive to make locals proud with each new opening, celebrating the neighborhood and becoming part of the community. This hotel demonstrates the best of Flushing, both in the design and guest stay, and will provide travelers with an authentic new experience that empowers them to explore.”
Hotel Indigo Flushing general manager Kevin Chang said: “At Hotel Indigo, we believe in creating an experience that is as unique as the neighborhood itself. Distinctive design cues inspired by the local history and surrounding influences give guests a flavor of Flushing before heading off to explore all that the vibrant Borough of Queens has to offer for themselves.”
Besides being close to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, the hotel a short distance to the subway and the Long Island Rail Road, offering quick and convenient access to Manhattan.
Globally, Hotel Indigo has 133 hotels open, with another 119 in the pipeline.
Last week, Hotel Indigo debuted in Queensland, Australia, with the opening of new property in Brisbane City Centre.