My husband and I recently traveled to Houston for business. We were only there for one night then we were heading to Austin to celebrate our Anniversary.

Hotel Indigo was located near the area that we needed to visit so we stayed there.

Hotel Indigo is located in the Uptown district of Houston near the Galleria. Close to many restaurants and shops. A hotel with vibrant colors and distinctive decor.

As we entered the hotel we immediately noticed the colorful decor.

With seating areas in the lobby area that were very welcoming and unique wall art that was very eye catching.

Hotel Indigo is a boutique style hotel. Offering a full service restaurant, Crossroads Bar & Bistro serves a fresh, seasonal menu and a full bar with inspired cocktails.

We were greeted by a friendly staff that checked us in very quickly and took good care of us.

After arriving, we headed to our room and settled in a bit.  It was a very long day and we were glad to arrive at the hotel.

The room was a nice room. I think I loved the bathroom more than anything.  A very wide opened bathroom with an oversize walk in glass shower.  Unfortunately I forgot to take a picture of it. But the bathroom was Amazing!

The kitchenette in the room was awesome.  Lots of counter space, a refrigerator and a sink. Great touch!

The style of the room was a similar to the area downstairs. I loved that the colors continued into the decor of the bedroom. A little more subtle but nice.

The room also had a desk area for working.

As well as a sitting area with a chair with ottoman. I took a seat and relaxed a little in that area. I almost fell asleep in that area, but we had to go down and grab dinner.

We headed to dinner in the full service restaurant, Crossroads Bar & Bistro. Crossroads Bar and Bistro.

The restaurant had a really nice vibe. Pops of color accented the bright area with variety of seating options.

I started with the a mocktail created by the bartender/server.  He was super friendly and very knowledgeable.

As an appetizer we tried the Guajillo Nachos.  House fried tortillas with chorizo, queso asadero, roasted elote pico, guajillo salsa and guacamole.  A colorful plate of nachos with a Texas touch!

Really good! I love Nachos and this one didn’t disappoint. Yummy.

I went with an healthier option for my entree, the Carmine Fajita Salad.  Grilled Chicken Fajita on a bed of fresh mixed greens, tomatoes, avocado, roasted corn, peppers, onions, shredded cheddar cheese and jalapeno ranch dressing!

This salad was delicious. The fajita chicken was well seasoned. A really good option and an amazing choice! Loved it.

My hubby ordered the Texan burger.  An 8 oz Angus beef patty with melted american cheese, green leaf lettuce, purple onions, tomatoes served with waffle fries.  Visually the burger was appealing and mouth watering. The burger was delicious.

The food that evening was absolutely delicious.  We didn’t have any room for dessert, but there were a few options for dessert.

We returned the next morning for breakfast before hitting the road.

The next morning we arrived around 9 and the restaurant was packed. We were seated and started with coffee.

My husband ordered the Southwest Omelet for breakfast. The omelet included chorizo sausage, peppers, onions, tomatoes, jalapeno jack cheese, skillet potato and a croissant.  This omelet was superb!  Spicy, cheesy goodness served with skillet potatoes. Delicious.

I ordered the Rodeo breakfast. The rodeo breakfast included two fresh eggs, apple wood smoked bacon, link sausage, skillet potatoes and a croissant.  Oh my goodness, a lot of food, but everything was prepared perfectly.  I loved my choice. The food was spot on.

Overall we enjoyed our time at Hotel Indigo and Crossroads Bistro and Bar.  The hotel is a good option if you are staying for one night or a few nights and want to be near the Galleria. I loved the location of the Hotel. The colors, decor and seating in the lobby was eye catching and welcoming.

Crossroads Bistro and Bar was impressive.  The food was really good.  Each dish we ordered was delicious.  We were very impressed by the quality of food served.

Hotel Indigo and Crossroads Bistro & Bar is located at 5160 Hidalgo St, Houston, TX 77056.