The hotel indigo situated within Durham town will definitely not leave you feeling blue. The entrance, lobby and rooms of Hotel Indigo are lavish and full of historical importance. The hotel building was originally build back in 1892. Furthermore, the ceiling and walls of the hotel lobby are decorated in tiles with a Greek design. In addition, there are a small number of sofas and coffee tables to sit at adding to the opulent comfort of the place. However, because of this opulence the colours can be a bit overwhelming for some.
The hotel itself is well integrated into the trinity society and is well placed for the tourist destinations they advertise on their website. The dining room is similarly opulent, decorated in beautiful tiling with black pleather and green velvet seating areas. Not to mention, the food is designed by Marco Pierre. There is a wide variety of foods to be chosen from, even began options!
Accessibility at Hotel Indigo
Unfortunately, Hotel Indigo doesn’t have any braille or large print menus. Despite this, the menu is accessible online. The staff are very welcoming to guide dogs as a bowl of water was provided. In addition, the staff are trained in mental health first aid. Unfortunately, there are allot of steps to enter the building as well as the steps within the building to get into the restaurant. The floors however are a monotone colour in the dinning room and so may not be disorientating to a person with dementia.
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