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“Zero-Energy” Hotel Indigo Coming to Singapore Changi Airport in 2028

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A new hotel is coming to Singapore (SIN) Terminal 2 — and it’s boldly claiming to be a “zero-energy” hotel.

Here’s what you need to know.

Hotel Indigo Opening at SIN Airport

Hotel Indigo Changi Airport will have 255 rooms and amenities such as a rooftop day club, a bar, and an infinity pool. The hotel will offer panoramic views of the skyline and the nearby runway.

The hotel will focus on sustainability and its goal of being a “zero-energy” hotel by using solar-hybrid cooling systems, rainwater-harvesting technology, and naturally ventilated corridors.

“By combining energy-efficient design with low-energy operations while maximizing on-site solar energy generation, Hotel Indigo Changi Airport marks a major milestone for OUE as we continually strive to find more sustainable ways to conduct our business,” said Brian Riady, the deputy CEO of OUE, the real estate group behind the hotel.

Hotel Indigo Changi Airport is expected to open for guests in 2028. However, an exact opening date has not been mentioned.

SIN Airport Hotel Indigo
Image Credit: OUE

This will be Changi’s third landside hotel, after the YOTELAIR at Jewel Changi Airport and Crowne Plaza Changi Airport at Terminal 3, the latter of which participates in the IHG One Rewards program. For dates this winter, the hotel offers rates of around $230 or 38,000 IHG One Rewards points per night.

About Hotel Indigo

Hotel Indigo was launched in 2004 and serves travelers who enjoy exploring outside their hotel rooms.

The brand draws inspiration from each location’s local neighborhood by following popular food, drink, and design trends. Hotel Indigo has more than 150 hotels open worldwide, with an additional 132 in development. You’ll find Hotel Indigo properties in popular city centers like New York, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong.

The Hotel Indigo brand participates in the IHG One Rewards program, which allows guests to earn and redeem IHG One Rewards points for a stay at any of its hotels.

IHG One Rewards points are pretty easy to earn. If you frequent the chain, you can’t go wrong by having a co-branded IHG One Rewards credit card. IHG offers 3 credit cards — 2 personal and 1 business — all issued by Chase.

Additionally, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards or Bilt Rewards points to IHG One Rewards at a 1:1 ratio.

Hot Tip:

You can also earn points when dining out after enrolling in the IHG One Rewards Dining program or using IHG Business Rewards to earn points for hosting qualifying events!

Final Thoughts

A new Hotel Indigo property will soon arrive at Singapore’s Changi Airport. What’s different about this hotel is that it will blend luxury and sustainability, which is becoming increasingly important to travel brands. We look forward to learning more about the hotel in the near future!

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Victoria holds a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the Howard University School of Communications and is an award-winning journalist, travel reporter, and the founder of the “Carrying On with Victoria M. Walker” newsletter.

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