According to Hotel Chatter, the Hotel Indigo Brooklyn will open in downtown Brooklyn on Oct. 4 with rates ranging from $224 to $324 a night. The website now up boasts “plush bedding, spa-style bathrooms, hard surface flooring and free wifi in every room.” The restaurant will be called Brooklyn Cafe, which somehow doesn’t seem promising. There will also be a bar/lounge and a fitness center. This July the Lam Group announced they purchased the V3 hotel for $31 million and hoped to open up the Indigo chain by August. At that time they still needed to build out the lobby and restaurant space, which apparently is taking a little longer than expected.
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