Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong
英迪格品牌主张与邻区多彩斑斓的本土文化相得益彰，新加坡英迪格酒店的设计灵感就来源于底蕴深厚生动迷人的娘惹（土生华人）文化。酒店前台独具特色的艺术壁画由复杂精细的娘惹陶瓷图案拼接而成，色彩鲜艳且带有波普艺术风格的水瓮赫然矗立。客房的艺术壁画形象描绘了邻里闲适生活；不时映入眼帘的小杂货店mama stall 摆放制作精美的手工艺品，不禁把人们带回到上世纪60 年代那个小摊小贩随处可见的居民村落。
Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong Located in the eastern region of Singapore, the 131room Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong integrates a modern multistorey building with the architecturally significant heritage building – the former Joo Chiat Police Station, constructed in 1928 and characteristic of government buildings of the time to serve the needs of the surrounding Katong community.
Incorporating the colourful charm of the surrounding neighbourhood into its architecture and design, Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong features design elements inspired by the rich and vibrant culture of the Peranakans （Straitsborn Chinese）. This includes a feature wall at the hotel’s reception comprising a collage of intricate Peranakan ceramic patterns and colourful popart renditions of water jars, art murals in each room that depict the laidback, communal lifestyle of the neighbourhood, as well as a popup “mama stall” reminiscent of small convenience stalls often located in housing estates of the 1960s, displaying local artisans’ crafts in the hotel’s pavilion.