At the Hotel Indigo Newark Downtown hotel, youll notice a unique connection between our boutique hotel and the neighborhood. Our building was erected in 1912 and designed by Cass Gilbert as the National State Bank; we still honor these roots today with a front desk created from reclaimed teller desks and by integrating the original bank vault into our restaurants design. With exposed brick, beautiful windows, and unique loft configurations, our refreshing guest rooms all feature d cor and artwork that reflect the neighborhoods spirit of innovation and invention. Our restaurant, Alva, invents dishes full of local flavor, while our Skylab bar features freshly prepared cocktails, all just one block from the Prudential Center and a short walk to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC).
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Year Opened: 1912
Time Zone: GMT
Alva New American Tavern is open daily for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Please come in or call 973 718 9533.
Eat, drink and play at SkyLab, a one-of-a-kind rooftop bar and lounge, bringing a whole new vision of nightlife to the Newark neighborhood. Come experience the magic created by hospitality industry leader Blackwood Hospitality for Hotel Indigo Newark. The
Fitness center on-site
Visit Jersey Gardens, New Jersey's largest outlet mall, located a short distance from our hotel
4 Different Train Lines run out of Newark Penn Station including "PATH", "New Jersey Transit", "AMTRAK" and "Newark Light Rail"
The Prudential Center arena is the home of the New Jersey Devils, two time winners of the Stanley Cup and Seton Hall University Basketball Team. Located just 1 block East from the hotel, the arena is also host to countless concerts such as Bon Jovi, Celin
NJPAC Prudential Hall praised as "one of the world's great concert halls" and most glamorous theate" is home to some of the world's greatest performers and New Jersey's top talent is located just minutes from the hotel.
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