Frisco’s first boutique hotel, Hotel INDIGO Frisco, opened for business on Nov. 21. The upscale, luxury property is the first of its kind for Frisco.
True to the Hotel INDIGO brand where no two properties are alike and each tells the story of its community, the Hotel INDIGO Frisco has woven in Frisco’s unique history, making it a one-of-a-kind hotel. The city’s interesting roots from soil, farmland, innovative pioneers and railroad inspired the design and architecture of the hotel, a press release stated.
MDM F T recently purchased the new Hotel INDIGO Frisco, which was built by local developer Dabu Hotels. In the heart of Sports City USA, it is nestled along a walking, running and biking trail providing exercise and respite near the area’s creek, waterfall and pond. The hotel’s surroundings also encompass one of the famous Frisco bridges.
“In bringing this boutique hotel to Frisco, our mission was to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience for all of our guests. We celebrate the stories, people and neighborhood that makes us who we are. We truly feel that our hotel guests are part of our neighborhood and contribute to our story and our community,” stated Brian Harris, general manager, in the release.
MDM F T selected KPartners Hotel Management as Hotel INDIGO Frisco’s management company. KPartners is familiar with the INDIGO brand and in addition, manages several IHG properties in Texas, Colorado and California.
“This project has been an exciting one for our company, and as with all of our development projects, we are personally involved in every phase of development, design and construction,” stated Asif Momin, partner of MDM F T. “It was important to us to partner with a management company who not only has an incredible reputation in our industry for the performance of their hotels, but also one that has vast knowledge of the Hotel INDIGO brand. KPartners was our natural management choice as they operate several of our hotel properties.”
“The inclusion of the Hotel INDIGO Frisco is a wonderful tribute to the generations who contributed to the history and heritage of Frisco,” stated Jeremy Day, vice president of hotel & golf operations, KPartners Hotel Management. “We are grateful to be included with the other Hotel INDIGO’s across our brand that similarly represent and respect America’s history while dynamically meeting the needs of today’s explorative travelers and local communities.”
Hotel INDIGO Frisco Highlights:
- The hotel sits on Avenue of the Stars along Gaylord Parkway, just across the street from the Frisco Convention Center, Dr. Pepper Arena (home of the Dallas Stars and Texas Legends), Frisco Rough Riders; less than a mile from Stonebriar Mall; and just over a mile from the Ford Star Center.
- PARLOUR Social Lounge is a full-service restaurant and bar infused with local flavor combining rich heritage and upscale ambiance that takes palates on a delectable journey with locally sourced ingredients.
- The hotel lobby showcases décor, murals and other artwork that combine the area’s rich history with today’s modern times.
- All 110 rooms pay homage to the local Frisco heritage boasting beautiful murals of cotton, railroad tracks, Texas wildflowers and the steam locomotive.
- Two meeting rooms offer a combined 1,086 square feet.
- Convenient access from 121 and Dallas Tollway
- Outdoor pool
- On-site parking
- Fitness facility
- Pet friendly
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and Saturday, Dec. 9, and Sunday, Dec. 10, no-kill animal shelter Operation Kindness’ Pet Food Pantry in Addison will offer pet parents holiday photos with Santa. Dogs, cats and their families are welcome at the pantry at 3953 Belt Line Road.
Pet parents may choose to have their favorite photos framed in a 4-inch-by-6-inch format and receive a thumb drive with all of the photos for $25. All proceeds will benefit the Carrollton-based shelter.