Widgets Magazine
  • Deep Deuce to get OKC's first Hotel Indigo

    Plans have been submitted for a 6-story Hotel Indigo, the boutique brand from Intercontinental Hotels Group (Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, others).

    Hotelier Atul Patel first proposed a Springhill Suites on this Deep Deuce vacant lot directly across from The Hill condominiums at 330 NE 1st, but received push-back by area residents before building the Springhill that opened last fall in east Bricktown.

    This would be the first Hotel Indigo in Oklahoma and the high-style brand most often competes with W Hotels, Aloft and Le Meridien.

    The design by Parekh Architects is described in their submission as attempting to fit into the immediate neighborhood by invoking its history and character.

    The 135 rooms will sit atop one level of basement parking, then the hotel space on the 1st and 2nd levels will share with a covered parking structure.

    On top of the parking garage on the 3rd level, there would be a large outdoor patio and bar.

    Levels 4 through 6 would all be guest rooms.

    Hotel Indigo guestrooms feature murals, area rugs, duvets and slipcovers that change periodically.

    After having only 1 hotel in the urban core in 2000, Hotel Indigo would be the 26th hotel in Central OKC. See our comprehensive Downtown Hotel Summary for a full break-down.

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