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Lodge Indigo in downtown Columbus, GA set to open in 2021

A boutique resort in downtown Columbus will open its doorways quickly.

Resort Indigo at 21 14th St. is “due to open Feb. 1,” in accordance to the hotel’s automatic answering service. Rooms are accessible to e book on-line commencing Feb. 2, according to spokesperson Angie Weiss.

“In much less than two months, Hotel Indigo Columbus at Riverfront Area will open up in this unbelievable town!” a Thursday Instagram write-up from the hotel states.

Interested men and women can reserve area reservations by calling 877-846-3446 or by browsing the hotel’s web page.

The lodge is just south of the TSYS parking garage, alongside the Chattahoochee Riverwalk among 13th and 14th Streets. The key entrance will come off the roundabout on 14th Street.

The $30 million, 7-tale lodge was initially set to open up prior to the conclude of 2020, the Ledger-Enquirer earlier noted. Construction on the lodge started in October 2019.

A restaurant will be in the lobby on the floor ground and operated by the exact workers as the rooftop restaurant and bar. The rooftop space will be covered but give 180-diploma sights of the Chattahoochee and downtown Columbus.

“One detail I really like about the Resort Indigo manufacturer is that each of our upscale boutique attributes is exceptional and created all-around a community tale,” Weiss mentioned in an e-mail. “With this unique assets, its story is enriched by its ownership, W.C. Bradley Co. You’ll truly feel nods to its background of innovation, and the cafe will include hand-picked deliver from the W.C. Bradley farms.”

The resort also has a 24-hour physical fitness heart, heated swimming pool, 2,500 square ft of conference and meeting house. Maximum Hospitality manages the 75,000-sq.-foot lodge.

Resort Indigo is owned by InterContinental Resorts Team, which is headquartered in Atlanta.

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