Baltimore Hotels Indigo Hotel

Rating: 
3.75
207 East Redwood Street
not yet opened for service
Baltimore, MD 21202
Price Ranges: $149
Rooms: 130
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Indigo Baltimore Hotel-Indigo Hotel is a Downtown Baltimore Boutique Hotel in Inner Harbor--Enjoy Affordable Luxury at our Boutique Hotel in Baltimore Hotel Indigo is a 100% smoke free sophisticated, boutique, Baltimore hotel whose sole focus is delivering peace and serenity to guests. Our hotel in Baltimore, Maryland has been designed as an oasis for travelers yearning for an escape from ordinary hotels, but wishing for the convenience of a standard hotel. Fibonacci Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel. Opening October 2009.

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The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers where the next number in the series is found by taking the sum of the previous two numbers (1,1,2,3,5,8,13...)This relates to Hotel Indigo's logo, the seashell, because the spiral of many seashells spiral out in a Fibonacci pattern.
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I stayed in a hotel Indigo in Indiana - beautiful It has to do with how nature plays a role in how we live, so the designs are all mathematically and naturally "sound."
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Fibonacci is a series of numbers or ratios found in math, the Nautilus shell in Indigo's design is made of these perfect proportions.
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It would have to do with the Fibonacci rectangles that would box in or frame the spiral of the shell in the Indigo logo.
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I stayed in a hotel Indigo in Indiana - beautiful! It has to do with how nature plays a role in how we live, so the designs are all mathematically and naturally "sound." In particular, the clamshel is what they use as their "signature" which is designed by the Fibonacci sequence.
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fibonacci is a sequence of numbers created by leonardo fibonacci 1,1,3,5,8,13,21,34,55 which create a spiral pattern which can be found in the hotel indigo's seashell logo.
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In addition to the FB being the sum of the previous two numbers, could Indigo be symbolic of the spiralled nautilus shell's relationship to the the mysterious chilazon creature, which was used for it's blue dye in biblical times?
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The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers where the next number in the series is found by taking the sum of the previous two numbers (1,1,2,3,5,8,13...)This relates to Hotel Indigo's logo, the seashell, because the spiral of many seashells spiral out in a Fibonacci pattern
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Whoops - I meant seashell in the logo - not sure why I wrote clamshell? Freudian slip, I am afraid....BUT I am allergic to shellfish! :-)
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in addition to my earlier comment fibonacci numbers are found in nature ie "the golden mean" and the sequence of these numbers build the structure of many beautiful things in nature ie plants flowers shells. renaissance buliders used there proportions for many of their buliding structures to simulate nature and relaxation...a principal the indigo hotels use as well...
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Fibonacci seq is 1,1,2,3,5…such that each number=sum of prev. 2. Draw squares with sides=to each # in seq. sharing one side with longest side of prior structure. Then draw continuous curve through each square, starting with 1st sq and moving out the opposite corner from each square you enter, resulting spiral will match proportion of nautilus shell design in Indigo logo
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Hotel Indigo® is based on a universal design constant found in nature, art and architecture known as the Golden Mean, the Fibonacci Sequence or Phi. The nautilus shell, the brand icon of Hotel Indigo, reflects the perfect proportion of the Golden Mean.
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The Fibonacci sequence is series of numbers where the next number in the series is found by taking the sum of the previous two numbers. It relates to the Hotel Indigo in how it inspired the hotel's brand design with the seashells and the decor within the hotel.
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Fibonacci is the sequence design that is used throughout the design of the new Indigo hotel.
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Thanks for everyone's reply to our Indigo Trivia! We are very excited to see the responses we have had. CityPeek will announce the top 5 winners tomorrow. Stay tuned for more trivia's and exciting giveaways... Follow us on facebook: Indigo Baltimore
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Winners of the Facebook-TWITTER Friend Contest for a FREE Night's Stay @ Hotel Indigo Baltimore ARE.... 1. Ben Anders-2. Nina Jo Moore 3. Erich 4. Lisa Lasky-O 5. Alan! Congrats. Winners Email maria.maloney@indigobaltimore your address to mail out your certificates.
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<p>Hotel Indigo tells us it is NOT OPENING in Baltimore anytime soon due to lack of funding.</p>
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Disappointed Hotel Indigo plans are scrapped. Not surprised though..the economy has rally impacted hospitality industry.
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This definitely reminds me of one beautiful weekend I spent at one of the <a rel="follow" href="http://www.choicehotels.com/new_york-new_york-hotels">New York NY Hotels</a>! They had me waiting with the limousine at the Airport. I want to try that experience again! So I'll totally take your advice and go to Vegas!
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It's a shame the hotel Indigo plans have been put on the back burner due to the tough economy. Was looking forward to booking a 100% smoke free hotel. <p><a href="http://www.saboey.com/">Koh Samui Hotel</a></p>
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