Hotel Indigo is a boutique style, neighbourhood hotel centrally located in the North Quay adjacent to Brisbane’s business district. Threaded with urban street art instillations and local artworks the creative space has been thoughtfully reinvigorated to capture the true essence of this unique building.

There are 212 styled guest rooms that invite you to look deeper as the hidden stories of Brisbane city unfold from the inside out. A well appointed fitness centre and spacious hidden rooftop suites open out to private balconies that capture the views across the city to the river beyond.

The stylish 1603 Bar has popped up on level 1 and offers an array of Japanese Whiskies, spices cocktails and sakes, with a tasty Izakaya bar menu and curated wine list to match. Warm brown hues are complemented by plush leather lounges and soft furnishings, the ideal place to ‘savour, sip and repeat.’

The soon to be opened and very cool Izakaya Publico restaurant is located downstairs from 1603 Bar in an urban style space, peppered with colourful murals. Launching with an authentic Izakaya menu that includes buttery edamame, chicken ball yakitori and spiced wagyu skewers, plus a whole lot more.

Hotel Indigo is ideally located across the river from the bustling Southbank precinct in the CBD district on North Quay. An eclectic hotel with all the right touch points from good service, to delicious food and a welcoming ambience.


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