Hotel Indigo Verona – Grand Hotel Des Arts has reopened its doors to guests following an extensive redesign.
With 62 uniquely appointed rooms, Hotel Indigo Verona – Grand Hotel Des Arts draws inspiration from the city’s passion of preserving history. With headboards throughout the bedrooms mimicking the beautifully preserved fresco paintings in the city and the back panelling in the lobby that plays to the garden of Romeo and Juliet, guests will be able to find nods to the surrounding neighbourhood in the hotel’s design. Red marble native to Verona (Marmo rosso di Verona) throughout the public areas creates an elevated feel of a grand Italian residence.
The architecture draws inspiration from the theatrical facades, its draperies, the arches of the Arena, and Juliet’s terrace. Meeting rooms are named after the duelling families in Romeo and Juliet, Montechhi, and Capuleti. The event spaces are easily adjustable for different uses, inclusive of conferences and small functions. The hotel also has an onsite bar, Arya Bar & Mixology, with a selection of locally inspired beverages and nibbles.
On the occasion, CEO, HNH Hospitality Group, Luca Boccato said: “We are very proud to announce the renovation and reopening of Hotel Indigo Verona- Grand Hotel Des Arts, thanks to our affiliation with InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) and the Hotel Indigo brand of boutique hotels in the chain.
“This new opening joins art, culture and comfort at a top level and is the perfect destination for both Italian and international tourists, thanks to the attractions in Verona. In a difficult moment for our sector, we look toward the future with faith, confident that a good project in such an important location will be a success,” he concluded.
IHG currently operates 119 Hotel Indigo properties globally, with another 104 in the pipeline to open in the next three to five years, including the first Hotel Indigo in Cyprus, Hotel Indigo Larnaca due to open later this year.