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March 15, 2015

IHG expands South East Asian presence with Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has expanded its presence in South East Asia with the opening of Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road in Bangkok.

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has expanded its presence in South East Asia with the opening of Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road in Bangkok.

Designed by HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates, the 192-room Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road incorporates style of surrounding neighbourhood, which include vertical gardens, street art style murals and custom art pieces such as a wall of wireless radios.

The hotel’s guestrooms feature spa-inspired bathrooms, locally-sourced toiletries, private balconies and high-speed Wi-Fi.

"We anticipate that the acquisition of the new equipment will assist with our operational efficiency and enable us to meet our production goals for the immediate future."

It also offers Food & Beverage neighbourhood café, Metro on Wireless, which serves Thai and Western cuisines, and recipes inspired by the local community.

In addition, Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road features 22 Steps cocktail bar that offers a space to enjoy cocktails with Thai influences.

Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road general manager Oliver Horn said: "Wireless Road is in the heart of the city and our neighbours include award winning restaurants, art galleries, parks, shopping malls and cultural landmarks.

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"Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road gives our guests the chance to have an authentic experience of this thriving area and immerse themselves in this exciting neighbourhood, in addition to having a stylish base to relax and recharge before another day of exploring."

According to IHG, no two of the 62 Hotel Indigo properties are alike.

IHG AMEA chief operating officer Alan Watts said: "Demand for boutique hotels continues to grow rapidly amongst travellers with an interest in art, design and local exploration."

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