Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown

1933 Main St., Dallas, Texas, 75201, United States | 3 star hotel
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So this is TEXAS!

A travel blog entry by biancadon2014 on May 22, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

Amarillo to Dallas. 8.45 start as we packed up in our awesome rooms we headed to the bus. There were some very sore heads on the bus and virtually no movement for at least the first 2 hours. Don and I were fine as we called it early the night prior ready for Dallas and my very first honky-Tonk. After a few stops at some petrol stations and what not …

4 countries 5 days part 2

A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Feb 15, 2014

12 comments, 5 photos

Amazingly after a 15 flight we landed in Dallas quite refreshed. All we wanted was a steak! We were in 'cattle' country. We were in the land of good customer service and mega portions, so in the good ole U. S. of A. we could expect a fabulous HUGE steak dinner in Dallas, even on Valentines day, couldn't we????? ........ Forget it!!!!

Our …

Family Dinner & Karaoke

A travel blog entry by jenandjake on Feb 06, 2014

54 photos

It was freezing cold when we left the big Texan this morning and there was a lot more snow on the road from last nights snow shower so it took us a while to get out of Amarillo. Some people didn't get up for the buffet breakfast as they were too hungover...oops. We had bacon, eggs and fruit for breakfast this morning from the complimentary buffet …

Rodeo

A travel blog entry by jenandjake on Feb 07, 2014

4 photos

Today was our free day in Dallas so we both had a bit of a lie in. I woke up around 9:45am and couldn't get back to sleep I think I felt like I should be up doing something so I just played on my ipad adding some of our new friends on the tour on Facebook until Jake woke up around 11:30am. Breakfast in the hotel had finished by this time so we …

The Lone Star State

A travel blog entry by olewis909 on Nov 03, 2013

This day brought my first visit to Wal-mart on our journey to Dallas, which was very entertaining and extremely cheap. It was exciting driving through Texas as it's completely different from all the other states, and has a great feel to it. After stopping briefly in Texarkana (the border of Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana) we went for all-you-can-eat …

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Dallas, is near Majestic Theater, Millermore Mansion, Bank of America Tower, and J. Erik Jonsson Central Public Library.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Indigo Dallas Downtown

    Reviewed by biancadon2014

    Bright and warm

    Reviewed May 22, 2014
    by (2 reviews) Mandurah , Australia Flag of Australia

    Comfy and great location!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by wanderlizzy

    Could do better!

    Reviewed Feb 15, 2014
    by (5 reviews) Teignmouth, Devon, UK , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Location great, reception staff helpful but management need to sort the place out. We waited almost an hour for our breakfast despite complaining and begging for our order. The reception staff not only have to deal with arrivals and departures but a never ending series of phone calls from residents demanding room service which took presidence over everything. They have more car valets than reception staff, that is madness for a start. The carpark is over the road, am I missing something? Just because Dallas used to be the car capital of the world. This hotel could be wonderful if they paid more waiting staff in the restaurant and reception staff and make folks park there own cars! The place is clean, newly decorated, bedrooms adequate so with a few tweeks it could be SO much better.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by suewelsby

    Different!

    Reviewed Oct 23, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Small but "different" room

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown

    Very comfortable!

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    It's too bad that some people had a "bad" experience here. I was researching many hotels in downtown for a long business trip and this one seemed to have everything I needed - 24hr gym, FREE wi-fi in the room, FREE shuttle service w/in 3 mi radius and the location was perfect!

    The staff is very helpful and friendly. Room service, house keeping requests and maintenance requests were instantly addressed.

    The room, spacious, clean and new.

    I have nothing bad to say about this hotel and I would stay again - no question.

    Indigo hotel poor choice

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    I just returned from a trip to dallas. Our stay at the Indigo was Okay at best. When I arrived the check in was curb side and no place to park so I circled the block for about 15 minutes waiting for a space to free up but w/no luck. Two of the spaces were occupied by their own shuttles. In addtion, the weather was quite cold so the valets were inside and nowhere to be seen.

    I parked on a side street and walked to the hotel in cold and rain where I was told I could not check in for 2 hours so I had a mediocre lunch at their cafe and waited until 3 to check in. I reserved a king suite about a month prior. I was given a room that was literally across the hall from 4 elevator doors. I requested another room and was told 2 different things. One was that they were all located across the hall from elevators or a little later I was told that the other rooms were already taken and this was the only king suite left. (Remember I was told I could not check in before 3 so I checked in at 3). They were several other problems including a technical problem that would not allow them to print room keys so I was escorted to my room and the gentlemen assigned to escort me was on the phone and could not hear me tell him he opened two rooms that were not mine one of which had a do not disturb sign on the door. I could go on but I won't. I would not stay at this hotel again and wouldn't recommend it.

    Me he quedado alucinado.

    from

    Despues de leer tantas criticas negativas de este hotel estaba realmente asustado a la hora de llegar aqu, pero es absolutamente falso.

    Este hotel esta totalmente renovado, pintado y nuevo.

    El servicio es exquisito en cuanto a trato, ya que dispone de recepcionistas que hablan espaol.

    Tiene un parking al lado que solo cuesta 3 dolares el da completo y el hotel esta en el centro de la zona de restauranes del down.

    Por cierto tiene internet en el hall y en las habitaciones wi-fi gratis.

    Lo recomiendo con creces a todo el que quiera pasar varios dias en Dallas.

    Isaac y Mayte.

    Not what I expected

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    Well after reading the various good reviews about this hotel, I decided that this would be a good hotel to stay at with my fiance for New Year's weekend. Well, unfortunately we did not have as good of a stay as some of the other people in the past. I will have to say that the decor of the hotel is very cool. Everything in the hotel pictures is just as it is portrayed. Also, the hotel staff was friendly although not very welcoming, if that makes sense. The beds are uncomfortable to me. I know others have said that they were but keep in mind, I'm used to sleeping on a featherbed with down feather pillows. We booked the hotel through Orbitz because they were haveing a really good nightly rate for New Year's. We made sure to book a room with a KING bed. Instead we got a queen. The room that we booked was very small. The room I stayed in that was comparable in price in New York City was larger and I think that says something. Also the room we were in was originally intended to have an adjoining room so there was only a door that was between our room and the next room and the person next to us sounded like he was in our room with us. We could even smell his cologne, and I'm not making that up. After staying the first night, my fiance went down and told him that we had booked a king not a queen and they upgraded us to a junior suite with no extra charge for the remainder of our stay. The parking situation is ghastly. They use a separately owned parking garage across the street and you have to pay $6 everytime you leave during the week and $3 everytime you leave during the weekend and the hotel doesn't comp you for the parking charges. Personally I don't think that's fair if you have travelled by car to the hotel. The air conditioner wasn't working properly the whole time we were there and the coolest it ever got was 70 degrees. with it being 30 degrees outside mind you. ODD! Anyway, the toiletries are nice, Aveda brand and the coffee was pretty good as well even though I did get recycled sugar and napkin packets that the people before me only used part of. Other than all of that, not a bad place, I would just definitely like to see some things changed before I stay there again.

    Letti molto comodi all'Indigo

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    Sono stato all'Hotel Indigo a Dallas di recente. un hotel magnifico e ha dei letti davvero comodi. Il personale era molto cordiale e comprensivo. La zona (Main Street) non era male, ma non c'era molto da vedere, pi che altro uffici e abbiamo mangiato quasi sempre all'hotel. Il ristorante era un po' costoso, ma molto buono. L'hotel metteva a disposizione un bus navetta gratuito, per arrivare nei posti nel raggio di 2- o 3 chilometri: la cosa ci faceva molto comodo. Torneremmo volentieri in quest'hotel ma Fort Worth un posto molto pi interessante, si trova a una cinquantina di Km in direzione Ovest.

    Very comfy beds at Indigo

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    Recently stayed at Hotel Indigo Dallas Texas.Great hotel,and very comfortable beds.Staff were very friendly and accomodating.The area (Main Street) was fine,but not a lot to see,mainly offices,so we ate in the hotel mostly.A bit pricey,but the food was quite good.There was a free hotel bus,to take you anywhere within a couple of miles or so,which was very handy.

    Would definately stay there again,but Fort Worth,about 35 miles to the west,is a much more interesting city to stay.

    Fabulous Boutique Hotel

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    The Hotel Indigo (property affiliated with the Intercontinental Hotel Group - Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, Staybridge Suites, Candlewood Suites so they accept your Priority Club card) is a fabulous boutique hotel located on Main Street in Dallas, TX. It's a perfect place to stay when you want to enjoy the Deep Ellum entertainment district, the Farmers Market, and/or any of the downtown Dallas attractions.

    The room's decor is trendy and inviting, the amenities are plentiful, the beds are incredibly comfortable, and the hotel's entire customer service focus is right on target. The Indigo Hotel also has a nice restaurant and bar that has received some good reviews from the locals and the tourist crowd as well. The Indigo Hotel is perfectly situated near to many iconic downtown restaurants (Main Street Cafe, Angry Dog Restaurant) and clubs (Gypsy Tea Room).

    This is a must stay for a quick overnight stay after a night on the town or a long weekend when you want to make downtown Dallas your destination.

    Must Stay for Ladies

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    My sister & I lucked out when we booked a room at the Dallas Indigo for a combined business/pleasure trip. The decor at this downtown hotel is nothing like the ordinary run of the mill beige and drab hotel rooms. We kept having to remember we were in a hotel and not a cottage. The lighting in the bathroom is far better than your normal hotels. You can actually see to put your makeup on without having to go to a window. The entire staff is friendly and accommodating and caters to women travelers. The location is in walking distance of several fine restaurants or if you don't feel comfrontable walking, the hotel shuttle is at your command! If you want a hotel experience unlike any others book your next stay here.

    Amazing Hotel...A Must stay

    from

    I had stopped staying at this location when it was a Holiday Inn due to conditions. But man WHAT A TRANSFORMATION. The hotel is gorgeous. I travel a lot an have to say this place makes me feel at home. Wonderful Staff very friendly. Highly recommend.

    KUDOS TO THE NEW TEAM.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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