Guests of the Hotel Indigo in Venice Sant’Elena can now buy the Les Ottomans classic handprinted plates on display in the hotel. The InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has just launched Shop the Neighbourhood, with Hotel Indigo for the Hotel Indigo group.
This program is now offered at over 100 Hotel Indigo properties. So guests here can buy local products on display in their hotel rooms.
This unique concept allows Hotel Indigo guests to buy from the best artists and craftspeople in each local area. This way, they can access neighborhood talents right in their hotel rooms.
Shop The Neighbourhood at Hotel Indigo for local products
The rooms feature works by artisans and local makers. For example, hotel guests can choose items from Gladys Tamez at Hotel Indigo Los Angeles – Downtown. In Germany, they can buy Trabi Safari items at the Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery.
Also, the Hotel Indigo Dundee features products from Hilary Grant. Meanwhile the Hotel Indigo Venice Sant’Elena has teamed up with Les-Ottomans Home Design for handpainted plates.
The Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York displays works by street artist Lee Quiñones. On the other hand, Hotel Indigo Hotel Indigo – Bangkok Wireless Road offers products from Muzen radio.
The boutique hotel concept of Hotel Indigo
Hotel Indigo provides guests with the best of both worlds. It combines stylish design and local food with a boutique hotel experience. Moreover, the IHG continues to source products from local artisans and companies.
Les Ottomans handpainted plates for sale at the Hotel Indigo Venice Sant’Elena
- Purchase two wall plates that depict key figures in the Ottoman Empire. Les Ottomans is a Moorish-inspired home design company based in Venice. It was founded by cultural curator Bertrando Di Renzo. Betrando’s inspiration was sparked by a deep passion and love for Turkey, which is reflected in each fabric, texture, and tone.
- The Les-Ottomans Sultan collection at the Hotel Indigo honors the royalty of the Ottoman Empire and their ancient traditions with ornate wall plates. One ceramic plate showcases Sultan Abdulmecid, an emperor imperative to the restoration of the Ottoman Empire.
- The other portrays imperial consort Hurrem Sultan, one of the most notorious and controversial wives of the Sultans known for her active role in the affairs of the Ottoman Empire.
- The plates are handmade in Italy.