Hotel Indigo Williamsburg Brooklyn Becomes the Newest Hotel in the Neighborhood

  • Hotel Indigo Williamsburg Brooklyn Becomes the Newest Hotel in the Neighborhood

     
    POSTED June 20, 2019
     

This July, New York City’s trendiest borough, Brooklyn, will see the addition of the Hotel Indigo Williamsburg

The upscale hotel boasts the largest amount of event space in Williamsburg with more than 20,000 square feet throughout the 187-room property.  

In addition to the space, a vibrant energy permeates throughout the hotel thanks to its contemporary architecture, sleek interior design, a dual-level restaurant with a full-service Kosher kitchen, outdoor courtyard and pool spaces, and a sundeck that overlooks the Manhattan skyline.  

For events, the largest spaces accommodate a maximum of 1,000 guests, however, the flexible event space is able to cater everything from corporate or social events to weddings. And for event planners, Hotel Indigo’s meeting spaces are able to be configured into 11 types of setups.  

When not at events at the hotel, guests are just steps from Williamsburg’s best nightlife, shopping, restaurants and art scene. With so much around, inside and out, Hotel Indigo is sure to be a great addition to the Williamsburg neighborhood.  

Kimpton Hotel Palomar Philadelphia has undergone a meeting place makeover including design changes and the addition of new group amenities. Now available are offsite wedding receptions in nearby Collins Park in the middle of Center City, Philadelphia for up to groups of 100 and on-site group sound meditation sessions. 

 

Willow by award-winning chef Charlie Palmer will heat up the culinary scene at Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhineback when the 50-room resort opens this fall. Palmer will bring his Progressive American cooking to the chic Hudson Valley location. As a veteran in the hospitality industry, Palmer will also oversee all food and beverage operations at the Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck, including the property’s in-room dining and catering programs, Aqua Terrace light fare and Willow Bar.

 
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