3 Catherine Street
Monday to Sunday: 12am - 11:59pm
The neighbourhood of adaptation, inspiration and contemplation Perched on the River Exe, the historic centre of Exeter was once described as the Jewel of the West. In the heart of the city centre, Hotel Indigo Exeter has been lovingly restored and converted from its department store origins. This hotel was once the home of Colson's, a department store opened in 1792 by local milliner Mrs Colson, who became one of the cities most loved characters. From Colson's to Dingles, to House of Fraser and now Hotel Indigo Exeter. Staying true to its roots the hotel takes its design inspiration from the building's department store past and other notable neighbourhood sites as each of the 104 rooms are style to honour elements of the city. With added luxury amenities like Egyptian cotton linens, spa-inspired bathrooms, and 40-inch flatscreen TVs, this is the perfect place to explore the sights and sounds of the city.
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